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January 29, 2013

Area teams 3-for-3 Saturday

marie@pvdemocrat.com — The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers won for the second time in a row while Wynnewood and Lindsay both claimed third place finishes in their respective tournaments over the weekend.

The Lady Panthers jumped out big on Atoka in the consolation finals of the Tishomingo Tournament. A very athletic Atoka team made a late push but PV held on for a 43-41 win.

Lindsay jumped out early on Elk City and rolled to a 56-42 win over the Lady Elks in the third place game of the Jones Tournament. Lohan led the way for Lindsay with 20 points and Hibbard added 15.

Wynnewood won their third game in three days beating the host school Healdton in the Bulldog Bash.

In action tonight, Wynnewood host Elmore City-Pernell, Stratford travels to Dibble, Lindsay is at Newcastle and PV has the night off.

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