TUTTLE — The Tuttle Lady Tigers were able to win their second game against the Chickasha Lady Chicks this season.
Tuttle got double-digit scoring performances from Madi Surber and Landry Allen during their win over Chickasha on Friday. A 26-0 second quarter helped the Lady Tigers extend their double-digit lead in a 73-29 victory in Tuttle.
Surber was everywhere for the Lady Tigers, especially throughout the first half. She scored 16 of her game-high 18 points in the first two quarters, and her defensive ability set up several scoring opportunities throughout the victory.
Tuttle scored the first five points of the game before Gracie Weber scored her only point of the game to get the Lady Chicks on the board. Tuttle built a 19-2 lead in the first quarter, but Chickasha was able to put together a strong finish and head to the second quarter with a little momentum.
Chickasha’s Lexi Albright and Chloee Steelman combined for the final four points of the first quarter, pulling Chickasha within 13 points after one quarter of play.
But the Lady Tigers used their huge second quarter to completely pull away. Surber scored the first six points of the quarter to give Tuttle a 25-6 advantage in the game and had 10 points in the period.
Allen scored seven points in the second quarter and also reached double figures in the first half. Thirteen of her 17 points came in the first two quarters.
Tuttle held a 45-6 lead at halftime, but Chickasha’s scoreless stretch come to an end in the third quarter. Brittney Grissam buried the first of three Chickasha triples, making the score 45-9 in favor of Tuttle.
Grissam scored all five of her points in the third quarter.
DeMyra Foster and Albright also hit triples in the third quarter for Chickasha. Albright was the only Chickasha player to score in double figures, finishing with 10 points in the loss.
Both offenses found a rhythm in the third quarter, and Tuttle ended up outscoring Chickasha 19-15.
Chickasha's Leighanne Eaton scored all six of her points in the second half. Steelman had four points for Chickasha, and Foster scored three points in the loss.
In the end, nine players got in the score column for the Lady Tigers.
The Lady Chicks currently have six wins on the season.
The Lady Tigers entered the game ranked ninth in the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association's Class 4A poll and now have 14 wins on the season.