ADAIR, OK —
Kylie Looney and Keni Lippe combined for 40 points to lead the top-ranked Adair Lady Warriors past Westville 78-35 in the first round of the Adair Invitational Tuesday.
Adair (1-0) never trailed and posted its biggest lead, 46, in the third quarter.
Looney, a junior, led the way with 23 points on 9-of-11 shooting while dishing out five assists.
Lippe, a freshman playing in her first high school game, scored the first five points of the contest and finished with 17. Lippe also pulled down eight rebounds and dished out five helpers.
Looney and Lippe made a big contribution in the second quarter as the Lady Warriors stretched their lead from 17-8 after one quarter to 46-17 at halftime. Most starters sat for the better part of the second half.
Jenny Flemming added 10 points and three rebounds off the bench. Madi Wengerd, Calley Stephens and Bailey Stephens each pitched in six points.
Due to school closings and travel considerations, the game was moved from 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to 1:30 p.m. the same day. The Colcord-Jay games were moved from Tuesday to Wednesday at 1:30 and 3 p.m. The Colcord-Jay winner will face Adair in the second round Friday.
Warriors freeze 'Jackets, 61-22
ADAIR — Adair allowed Westville just three first-half points en route to a 61-22 runaway victory in the first round of the Adair Invitational Tuesday.
The No. 20 Warriors (1-0) scored the first 13 points of the game and matched Westville's point total in the first quarter, which they won 22-1. Adair held a 36-3 advantage at halftime and did not allow a field goal until the 5:45 mark of the third quarter.
Ten Warriors found their way into the scoring column, led by Jereme McCollum with 11 points. Greg Oxford poured in 10 and freshman BJ Bradbury debuted with a nine-point outing.
The Adair bench racked up 28 points. Ty Cannady's seven points paced the Warrior reserves, and Bo Rogers added six.
Adair advances to Friday's second-round games, where they will face the winner of Wednesday's Colcord-Jay game.