Stonewall teams take two from host Konawa

Feb. 7—KONAWA — It wasn't a great time for the Konawa Tigers to be next on the schedule for the Stonewall boys.

Just two days after the Longhorns lost to Allen — their only blemish in the regular season — they bombarded Konawa 73-31 in a Monday night road game.

Stonewall, ranked No. 6 in Class A, improved to 23-1 on the year, while the Tigers fell to 7-12.

In the girls' contest, Class A No. 16 Stonewall used a big first half to storm past Konawa 65-43. Coach Dillon Monday's club fished the regular season at 19-5, while the Lady Tigers dropped to 3-13.

Both schools are on to the playoffs now.

The Konawa girls meet Verden at 6 p.m. and the Tigers meet Verden at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Allen High School in a Class A District Tournament. The winners of those games are set to meet host Allen in a pair of district title games at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Both Stonewall teams are off until hosting a pair of Class A District championship games Friday night inside the Murphy-Roberts Gymnasium.


Stonewall 73, Konawa 31

The Longhorns rushed to a 21-5 lead to start the game and by halftime had extended their advantage to 40-11. Stonewall outscored Konawa 33-20 over the final two periods.

Ashton Bierce led the way for Stonewall with a game-high 21 points to go with seven rebounds, five assists, and three blocked shots. Taegus Pogue followed with 19 points on 7-of-11 shooting from the field. He also had three steals. Jamison Carrington and Mika Matt also reached double figures with 13 points each in the balanced SHS attack. Carrington pulled down seven rebounds and Matt had five boards and four steals.

Tanner Johnson scored seven points to pace the KHS offense and sank one 3-pointer. Braylon Hunter followed with five points for the hosts and made one 3-point basket. Grady Moore and Rayden Sitton also hit triples for the Tigers.


Stonewall 65, Konawa 43

The Stonewall girls led 17-10 after the first quarter and built a 34-18 halftime lead after scoring 17 more in the second period. Stonewall outscored Konawa 31-25 in the second half.

Lilly Wyche led the Stonewall attack with 19 points and five rebounds. Faith Ross followed with 15 points and Jayla Underwood also reached double figures with 13 points. Landree Dye followed eight points.

Wyche, Dye, Jayla Underwood, Brenlee Underwood, and Madison Davis all made one 3-point basket for the visitors.

Malena Whitekiller poured in a game-high 21 points for the Konawa club. She finished a perfect 5-of-5 from the free-throw line. Lydia Gee just missed double figures with nine points for the Lady Tigers and hit a pair of 3-pointers. Jayden Coats and Dusty Westmoreland also made 3-point shots for the home team.