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Posted Dec. 11, 2015 at 12:38 AM
The Shawnee Lady Wolves (3-0) took down Bishop Kelley in their opening game of the Bishop Kelley Tournament Thursday night 40-27 to stay undefeated on the season.
The Lady Wolves fell behind 7-6 to Kelley in the first quarter before making a 10-6 ralley to take the advantage going into the half.
In their return the Shawnee girls rallied with a 16-8 run in the third and held for the win the rest of the way.
Monica Brooks led all scorers with 14 points for the Lady Wolves. Kelsey Simmons had eight points, Alexis Freeman six and Mo Tramble five.
The Shawnee girls will play Claremore at seven tonight in the second round of the tournament.
Posted Dec. 9, 2015 at 1:02 AM
The Shawnee Wolves lost a barnburner to 1-2 Piedmont Tuesday night, falling 74-72 in overtime.
The teams were even in step with a 17-point tie at the conclusion of the first before Shawnee squeaked out a 34-33 lead at the half.
Piedmont took the advantage in the third to go ahead 54-47 at the conclusion of the third. The Wolves rallied with an 18-13 run in the fourth to tie up at 66 and send the game into extra minutes. There Piedmont narrowly won, edging out an 8-6 run for the difference.
Coby Barham led the Wolves with 25 points and Jackson Winrow and Carson Meier each had ten. Timmy Young and Creghton Kathol had nine apiece, Seth Maston had eight and Chad Glimore had one.
Shawnee (0-2) will travel to Bishop Kelley on Thursday to play in the Bishop Kelley Tournament with Sepulpa as their first target at 5:30.
Posted Dec. 9, 2015 at 1:01 AM
PIEDMONT — Eight Shawnee players got in the scoring act Tuesday night in chalking up a 47-32 triumph over Piedmont.
Monica Brooks was Shawnee’s scoring ringleader with 13 points, followed by Moe Tramble with 8. Kelsey Simmons, Alexis Freeman and Logan Bonner finished with 5 apiece.
SHS, 2-0, led 16-10 after one quarter and 27-19 at the intermission. The Lady Wolves stretched the advantage to 37-25 after three quarters.
“We started off well but after that we didn’t execute quite as well,” Shawnee head coach Wendi Wells said. “That’s something we will have to work on. We also need to work on our decision making with our passing.”
Well’s squad will play in the Tulsa Kelley Tournament Thursday through Saturday. Shawnee will oppose Tulsa Kelley at 7 p.m. Thursday in an opening-round contest.
Dec 2 @ 6:30 High School Gym Hospitality room
Nov 9th @ School cafeteria 6:00pm
Need help with set up (5:00pm) and clean up as well.