The Sequoyah Eagles split with the Oologah Mustangs Friday night on homecoming at Olan Graham Field House.

Sequoyah prevailed 59-53 in a tight boys game, while the Class 4A No. 20 Lady Mustangs cruised 63-22. Kenzie Saul was named homecoming queen.

Oologah hosts Beggs on Saturday and then will be in the Lincoln Christian tournament, starting Thursday.

The Lady Mustangs (9-3) play in the first game of the tournament at 10 a.m. against Metro Christian. The Mustangs (4-8) face Trinity Christian (Cedar Hill, Texas) at 2:30.

The next action for Sequoyah will be at the Pryor tournament, also beginning on Thursday. The Eagles (3-9) will be in the first boys game at 11:30 a.m. against Berryhill.

The Lady Eagles (2-9) have a tough opening-round game against Class 3A second-ranked and undefeated Adair at 7 p.m.

Sequoyah boys 59, Oologah 53 — Josh Sabharwall had a double-double, 19 points and ten rebounds to fuel the Eagles.

Konner Davis finished with a game-high 27 points for the Mustangs.

Oologah held a 19-15 lead after the first quarter. Davis made 4-of-5 from three-point country in the frame. Cade Leonard scored nine of his 14 points in the first for Sequoyah.

The Eagles turned up the defense in the second period and the end result saw them lead 31-22 at the half. The Mustangs did not make a field goal in the second.

Oologah closed within 33-29 early in the third quarter thanks to Travis Rogers scoring all five of his points in that stretch.

Sequoyah countered though with nine conseutive points to go up 42-29 at the 3:37 mark of the third period. That spurt came courtesy of two treys from Jacob Eaton and another one from Leonard.

The Eagles eventually led 48-37 after three periods. Both teams made plays in the final stanza but Sequoyah had enough of a cushion to hang on.

Oologah girls 63, Sequoyah 22 — Avery Cluck and Karly Wadsworth finished with 19 and 18 points, respectively for the Lady Mustangs. Ashlee Sanders scored 11 points to pace the Lady Eagles.

Oologah scored the first seven points of the game and eventually led 21-5 after the first quarter. Wadsworth had 11 points in the first.

The Lady Mustangs then extended their advantage to 38-13 at the half. 1

Cluck scored 11 points in the second period.

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