McALESTER — As schools break for Christmas and New Years, here’s how all your local schools finished the 2013 portions of their winter seasons.
All scores reported to OSSAARankings.com
The Cougars beat Wister, 61-52, in the third-place game of the Hartshorne Pick & Shovel Classic on Dec. 18. Canadian lost 58-56 to Hartshorne on Dec. 19 but beat Warner 71-34 Friday.
The Cougars head into 2014 with a 7-2 record.
The Lady Cougars lost 52-31 to Wister in the consolation final of the Pick & Shovel Classic on Dec. 18, lost 56-26 to Hartshorne on Dec. 19 and lost 50-24 to Warner on Friday.
The Lady Cougars are 1-9 this season. Canadian next plays at Haileyville on Jan. 6.
The Demons lost at Hartshorne on Dec. 17, 72-54, then lost to Wilburton in the Pick & Shovel Classic consolation semifinals Dec. 18, 73-39.
The Demonettes also lost to Hartshorne on Dec. 17, 61-38.
Crowder next plays Jan. 7 at Quinton. The Demons are 3-7, the Demonettes 2-9.
Having lost 45-27 to Red Oak in the Eastern Oklahoma State College Invitational semifinals on Dec. 4, Haileyville resumed the tournament with Friday’s third-place game. The Warriors lost to Whitesboro, 65-48.
Having lost 63-44 to Pittsburg in the consolation semifinals Dec. 4, the Lady Warriors haven’t played since their 68-31 loss at Savanna on Dec. 16.
Haileyville next plays Saturday in the Panama Holiday Festival. The Lady Warriors play Acorn, Ark., at 2 p.m., and the Warriors play Acorn at 3:30 p.m.
The Lady Warriors also play Panama on Monday at 7 p.m., followed by the Warriors playing Panama at 8:30 p.m.
The Miners enter the new year on a four-game winning streak. Hartshorne beat Crowder 72-54 on Dec. 17, Oktaha 68-49 in the Pick & Shovel consolation semifinals Dec. 18, Canadian 58-56 on Dec. 19 and Wilburton 53-45 in Friday’s Pick & Shovel consolation finals.
The Lady Miners beat Crowder, 61-38, lost 73-52 to Oktaha in the Pick & Shovel semifinals, beat Canadian 56-26 and then lost Friday’s third-place game to Antlers, 37-33.