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January 28, 2014

Adair rights ship on homecoming night

ADAIR, OK — The Adair boys snapped a five-game losing streak Tuesday night, whipping Wyandotte 60-32 on homecoming night.

The Warriors (8-7) avoided falling under .500 for the first time this season by blowing out the hapless Bears in the second half.

Homecoming king Greg Oxford scored 10 of his 12 points in the third quarter and the Warriors won the second half, 36-14, after leading by just six at halftime.

Adair freshman point guard Bo Rogers hit three 3-pointers en route to a team-high 13 points, and BJ Bradbury scored all eight of his points in the first half.

The Warriors were 17-of-24 from the charity stripe (71 percent).

The win marks the first in a four-game home-stand for the Class 3A No. 20 Warriors, which will host Kansas Friday before welcoming Chelsea and county foe Salina next week.

Lady Warriors feast on Wyandotte

ADAIR — Adair senior Rendi Rogers put on an early 3-point shooting display as the top-ranked Lady Warriors declawed Wyandotte, 70-18, on homecoming Tuesday night.

Homecoming queen Molly Kerr spent more time in her gown and crown than shorts and sneakers, adding nine points for the Lady Warriors (15-1).

Kerr and the rest of the Adair starters needed a little over 10 minutes to build a margin that satisfied head coach Scott Winfield, who emptied his bench in the second quarter.

Adair's Kylie Looney continued her streak of games in double-digits, scoring 10 points, and Jenny Fleming, Chloe Maritz and Keni Jo Lippe all pitched in six points. Rogers scored all 12 of her points from beyond the arc.

Note: Reports compiled by Chuck Porter.

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