Another split decision went to Henryetta Saturday when the HHS cagers traveled to Oktaha for the first game of 2015.
The lady Knights lost a 48-34 decision while the HHS boys came out 58-45 winners.
In the leadoff game, theHHS girls fell victim to a series of successful three-point field goals as the Lady Tigers slammed in a dozen points fron the three-point mark.
Henryetta was already handicapped, playing without the help of senior Aundrea Hamric. She suffered a severe knee injury last month against Morris that will sideline her for the rest of the season.
Three of those Oktaha three-pointers came in the first quarter and spelled the difference with Henryetta trailing 8-9.
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Henryetta matched the Lady Tigers shot for shot in the second quarter but another three pointer gave Oktaha a 18-14 advantage going into the mid-game break.
The third quarter saw henryetta's scoring limited to only five points while Oktaha picked up 14.
Henryetta picked up 15 points in the fourth and held Oktaha to 16.
Joining the lineup for Henryetta for the first time this year was Maddie Gouge. She joined with sister Hanna to lead the HHS scoring with 11 each. Maddie sank six of her 11 in the fourth quarter while Hanna dropped in a pair of three point goals in the first.
Kamarie Wallace and Addison Ellis had four each followed by Mykaela Wallace and Caprice Graham with two apiece.
The HHS boys gained a 17-8 advantage in the first quarter and moved it to a 33-18 margin at the half.
Both teams battled defensively in the third quarter with 14 points each. The Knights scored 11 in the fourth compared to 13 for the Tigers.
Riley Berry was the mainstay for the Knights getting six field goals on his way to 17 points. He was followed by Brannon Murphy who picked up 13 including a pair of three-point goals from outside. Devin Longan provided 12 points also with two three point goals.
Kalil Lewis had seven during the afternoon, hitting five out of six free throws. Heath Konsure had six and Avery Moore had three.