Claremore Daily Progress


January 17, 2013

Keys sweeps Catoosa


PARK HILL — Keys forced 17 Catoosa turnovers and held the visitors to just 37-percent shooting (16-for-45). The Cougars shot 46 percent (36 percent) from the field and knocked down 4 of 11 (36 percent) from downtown.

The home team dominated in the post, scoring 32 points in the paint to just 18 from Catoosa. The team also had 13 second-chance points and 12 fast-break points.

Keys was also aided by a combined 20 points and 12 rebounds from its other three starters in Cody Cole, Tyler Blankenship and Mason Turman.

“It’s important for us that each of those guys can contribute six or eight points,” Jones said. “Payton and Trevor are usually going to be our leading scorers, but when those other guys are scoring, we become that much better.”

Justin Phelps was the sole member of the Indians to reach double figures, as he finished with 13 points.

Keys 66, Catoosa 47

Catoosa     4              9              19           15           47

Keys          7              16           26           17           66

Catoosa:  Justin Phelps 13; Tre Harvey 8; Alex Whistance 8; Colton Loomis 5; Dalton Gilespie 4; Colbey Madwell 3; Caleb Nilsey 2; Brett Bowline 2; Kaleb Presley 2.

Keys: Trevor Eubanks 25; Payton Ragsdale 17; Tyler Blankenship 9; Cody Cole 6; Mason Turman 5; Gustavo Pinto 2; Tristan Walker 2.

3-point goals

Catoosa: 5-16 (Justin Phelps 3-5; Tre Harvey 1-1; Colton Loomis 1-3; Colbey Madwell 0-1; Caleb Nilsey 0-1; Kaleb Presley 0-1; Alex Willis 0-1; Tristan Morgan 0-1; Dalton Gilespie 0-1; Alex Whistance 0-1).

Keys: 4-11 (Trevor Eubanks 3-9; Tyler Blankenship 1-1; Chase Girdner 0-1).

Rebounds--Catoosa 32 (Dalton Gilespie 7); Keys 35 (Payton Ragsdale 9).

Assists--Catoosa 6 (Alex Whistance 3); Keys 11 (Tyler Blankenship 3).

Total fouls--Catoosa 16; Keys 13.

Technical fouls--Catoosa: Colbey Madwell; Keys: None.

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