ADAIR, OK —
BJ Bradbury scored a game-high 21 points to lead Adair past visiting Chelsea, 64-46, in Saturday action at the Adair Event Center.
The Warriors (9-8) knocked down nine treys, including four from Bradbury in the first half, to blow by the hapless Dragons.
Adair hit eight of its long-distance shots in the first half to build a 12-point cushion at halftime.
Bo Rogers hit a pair of first-quarter triples and knocked down five of his six foul shots en route to 15 points. Jereme McCollum hit two treys and scored eight points.
The Adair boys took a page from the Adair girls, who knocked down 10 3-pointers in the early game to blow by the Lady Dragons 80-27.
Kylie Looney hit five long-distance shots to lead the Lady Warriors (18-1). Looney scored 21 points.
Freshman Keni Jo Lippe added 15 points and senior Rendi Rogers nailed a trio of triples as the Adair starters forged a crippling 56-12 halftime lead.
Rogers scored 10 points and Molly Kerr notched six to lead the starting unit. Maddy Cherry added seven points and Calley Stephens chipped in six off the bench.
Adair, ranked first in Class 3A, will host Salina tonight at 6:30 p.m. The Warriors and Lady Warriors swept the two schools' first meeting at Salina earlier this month, but the Lady Wildcats have not lost since.