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Caddo Hills claims victories at Oden

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY/dewayne@mcnews.online

Caddo Hills swept three victories Friday night in a North/South Cross County rivalry series at Oden. The Junior Lady Indians defeated Oden 29-15, the Lady Indians claimed a 63-33 win and the Indians earned a 61-33 victory in the senior boys game.

The Junior Lady Indians doubled Oden’s effort, 6-3, in the opening stanza of what was a slow start. The game stayed close in the second period with both teams scoring seven. Caddo Hills added two to their lead in the third with a 6-4 run and wrapped things up with a 10-1 rally to win by 14.

Natalie Jackson led the Junior Lady Indians with nine points, followed by Abbie Buttrum with eight and Morgan Caldwell with six. Skylin Sliger scored four and Rachel Cates scored two.

Nevah McKee scored five points, Emee McAnelly scored four and Gracie Pearson and Abby Strother each scored three.

The Lady Indians seized control of the game early with a 24-6 run in the first period. They outscored Oden 12-7 in the second period to take a 36-13 halftime lead. They bested the Lady Timberwolves 17-12 in the third and 9-8 in the fourth to claim the win.

Jaci Vines hit seven 3’s and scored 23 points to lead the Lady Indians in scoring. Capri Fogle followed by 17 points, followed by Taylor Allen and Loren Bell with six each. Ashton Young scored five, Peyton Powell scored four and Kennedi Avila scored two.

Jaci Blansett led the Lady Timberwolves with 16 points, followed by Allie Strother with 11 and Halie Ewing with three.

The Indians and Timberwolves closed the night out with the senior boys game. Caddo Hills aggresive style paid dividends early with the Indians taking a 25-4 lead by the end of the first period. Tate Dumont scored 10 of his 12 points in the first period.

Caddo Hills outscored Oden 16-6 in the second quarter to take a 41-10 lead at the half.

Oden cut into the Indians lead at the beginning of the third period with a 12-9 run, but both teams ended the fourth with nine points each in the final period.

Tate Dumont led the Indians with 12 points, followed by Connor Kincannon with nine. Matt Turner, Keegan Williamson, Hunter Warren and Samuel Bell each scored six. Floian Deugan, Bryson Scott, Rayce Young and Andrew West each scored four.

Zack Mayo led the Timberwolves with 12 points, followed by Ethan Mayo with seven. Ethan Stovall scored six and Austin Stovall scored two.

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