HARTSHORNE—Heavener and Hartshorne split a pair of Black Diamond Conference games here on Friday.
Heavener’s girls fell behind early before storming back to take a 65-54 win while the Wolves got off to another slow start and fell to the Miners, 64-42.
After trailing by seven at the end of the first quarter, the Lady Wolves took the lead in the second quarter by outscoring Hartshorne, 23-12. Heavener built the lead to 46-37 at the end of the third quarter.
Jodie Hill had 19 points to lead Heavener while Jacee Manley and Makenzie Wilson both had 14.
Hartshorne’s boys built a 21-2 lead at the end of the first quarter en route to the win. Heavener played the Miners fairly even through the final three quarters, but the Wolves could not overcome to the slow start.
This was the second straight game where Heavener had a bad start as the Wolves trailed Pocola 16-0 at the end of the first quarter on Tuesday.
Dillan Stallings had one of his better games, leading the Wolves with 14 points. Colt Dunigan added 10.
Heavener is back on the road for a pair of games this week with contests at Wilburton on Tuesday and Talihina on Friday.
Heavener 65, Hartshorne 54
Heavener 8 23 15 19–65
Hartshorne 15 12 10 17–54
Heavener—Jodie Hill 19, Jacee Manley 14, Makenzie Wilson 14, Kacee Manley 8, Sydney Crase 4, Azure Watkins 2, Reagan Alexander 2, Emily Yandell 2.
Hartshorne 64, Heavener 42
Heavener 2 12 14 14—42
Hartshorne 21 13 13 17–64
Heavener—Dillan Stallings 14, Colt Dunigan 10, Chance Dunigan 6, Ashton Wright 5, Dillion May 3,Noah Davis 2, Corry Duncan 2