SILO — The Hugo Buffaloes ventured into Silo Rebel territory last week and ended up splitting games with their hosts. The Lady Buffaloes came out on the short end of a 34-41 game that was lost in the second half.
SILO — The Hugo Buffaloes continued their aggressive offensive play against the Silo Rebels on the hosts’ floor last week. The Buffaloes leapt out to a big 20-10 first quarter lead and fought the hosts off the final three quarters for a decisive 62-45 win.
FORT TOWSON — The Fort Towson Tigers played host to the Battiest Panthers Monday night in the historic city, but the visiting Battiest Panthers didn’t come for a social call, taking two lopsided wins home with them to McCurtain County.
BOSWELL — The Boswell Scorpions hosted the Caddo Bruins for a pair of round ball clashes last week, but came up on the short end of both the boys and girls games. The Lady Scorpions were led by Kamria Williams, who dropped 11 points on the Lady Bruins.
As Spencer Rattler rose to his feet after fumbling in the first quarter of Oklahoma’s 55-20 victory over Florida o Wednesday, he began pleading his case. The redshirt freshman believed he was in a throwing motion before Gator linebacker Khris Bogle knocked the ball out of his hands.
DAKOTA OWENS has made his presence known on both ends of the basketball court this season for the Fort Towson Tigers. Owens recently led the team in a solid 54-31 win over the Red Bears of Soper with 24 offensive points. He is also aggressive on defense and pulls down more than his share of rebounds.
TALIHINA — The Hugo Buffaloes smacked the Broken Bow Savages in the finals of the Talihina Invitational Tournament over the weekend, 57-38, to bring home the championship iron and move up into the No. 3 position in the Oklahoma 3-A basketball ratings.