A battle between the north and south end of the county resulted in a split decision Tuesday night.
Henryetta basketball teams traveled to Beggs for the final game of the month with the Knights bringing home a 66-35 win while the Lady Knights lost 46-31.
For three-fourths of the game, the Lady Knights kept up with the Beggs girls but ran into trouble finding a basket in the final quarter.
Only four points separated the two teams in the first quarter with Beggs leading 9-5. The halftime break saw Henryetta on the low side of a 17-22 margin then came back to once again be within that four-point difference in the third.
The fourth period saw the Lady Knights only come up with five points while Beggs tacked on 16 for the win.
HHS junior Hanna Gouge was scoreless in the first period but came back in the next three frame for a total of 14 points. She was followed by Aundrea Hamric with eight, Mykaela Wallace, four, Kyra Najera, three and Maci Webb, two.
The Knights came onto the court in the boys game determined to chalk up win number 13 for the season.
They dominated the entire game, scoring in double digits each quarter while holding the Golden Demons to only three in the second period.
Henryetta led 16-9 at the end of the first period then 33-12 at the half and jumped to a 30-point margin, 54-24 in the third quarter.
HHS senior Chet caywood and junior Heath Konsure scored in double digits for the Knights skinning nearly 50 percent of their field goals. Caywood put 19 points on the board while Konsure dropped in 15. Adding to the totals were Ira Blackbear and Riley Berry with eight each, Kiley Johnson and Brannon Murphy, six each and Kalil Lewis, four.
Both Henryetta teams will be taking the rest of the week off then hosting Oktaha next Tuesday followed by the Morris Eagles Feb. 7.