Kylie Harmon fights for the ball against Kingfisher.

Austin Litterell

The Chickasha basketball teams returned home for their final doubleheader of 2017. Chickasha hosted a pair of ranked Kingfisher teams.

The Lady Chicks fell 67-34 in a game that was not too far out of reach at halftime. 

Chickasha also fell in the second game of the evening, losing 80-30 to the top-ranked team in Class 4A.


Kingfisher came in as the third straight ranked opponent for the Lady Chicks after games against Blanchard and Newcastle. 

The Lady Chicks kept the game close in a first quarter that was tightly contested. 

Kylie Harmon tied things at four with a 3-pointer. Later, Breanna French tied things at six apiece.

Kingfisher would finish the quarter on a run. They scored the quarter's final nine points and led 15-6 after the first eight minutes of the game.

A 3-pointer from Lexi McElroy near the beginning of the second quarter ended that scoring run and pulled the Lady Chicks to within just six of Kingfisher.

A basket near the end of the first half pulled the Lady Chicks to within 12. Kingfisher led 29-17 at halftime.

With the help of baskets from Erin Powell and Kristina Bradford, Chickasha climbed back to within single digits in the third quarter.

Powell led the way on offense for the Lady Chicks. 

Kingfisher would pull away with a 10-0 scoring run.

The loss moves the Lady Chicks to 1-8 on the season.


A pair of 25-point scorers for Kingfisher proved to be too much for the Chicks in their final game of 2017.

An early Austin Albright 3-pointer made it a 4-3 game in favor of Kingfisher.

A 7-0 run put the Chicks in an 11-3 hole. Deonte Wash ended the run with a field goal of his own.

Wash was a bright spot for Chickasha throughout the game. Wash was the lone Chickasha player to reach double figures. 

He finished with a team-high 10 points.

Chickasha trailed 16-7 after the first quarter.

Ethan Christian and Logan Johnson both knocked down treys in the second quarter to keep the game within reach.

Kingfisher finished the half on a 16-6 scoring run to take a 41-19 lead to halftime.

Kingfisher built on their lead in the third, outscoring Chickasha 21-2. 

Chickasha's only points of the period came from Christian, who finished with five points in the game.

The loss moves Chickasha to 3-6 on the season.

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