Lone Grove Girls 7th Grade Basketball

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Girls LCC Basketball All-Conference

MVP: Misty Dossey – Comanche All Conference: (Sulphur)—Kacie West, Savannah Ashford, Payton Row (Plainview) – Ally Parham (Kingston) – Kes Reeves, Alli Wakely (Dickson) – Clary Donica (Tishomingo) – Taylor Wilkerson, Rylee Barnes (Davis) – Jolie Romine, Jazmyne Thomas (Lone Grove) –Taleigh Nail (Comanche) – Carly Richardson, Brooklyn Bain, Jordan Morris (Marietta) –Reagan Bean  

4A Regional Brackets

The varsity boys and girls basketball teams travel to Heritage Hall to play the first round of the regional tournament Thursday.  The girls will play Bristow at 1:30pm and the boys will play Heritage Hall at 8:00pm.  The games on Friday and Saturday will be played at Anadarko High School.   4A Area I Boys

LG vs. Dickson LIVE on the Longhorn Network

The Lone Grove, Dickson game will be broadcast live via the Longhorn Network Tuesday night from the Gary Scott Center at Lone Grove High School.  The game is produced and commentated by the Lone Grove High School media class.  Live stream will start at approximately 6:15pm. Click here to watch the LIVE broadcast! 

It’s PINK OUT Week!

We are showing our support for cancer awareness and research this week.  The National Honors Society is organizing and decorating the hallways of LGHS this week to show their support.  The varsity basketball game Tuesday will have several events set up to help raise much needed money for cancer research.  The boys and girls basketball

Pink Out Game January 31st

The “Pink Out” game will take place on Tuesday, January 31 against Sulphur.  Players from both schools are encouraged to wear pink during their games to show their support for cancer awareness and research.  Coaches will wear tennis shoes with their suits to support Coaches vs. Cancer.  And, fans are encouraged to wear their Pink

Lone Grove Girls Beat Madill 82-40

Friday, January 13, 2017 6:30 PM Lone Grove High School AWAY 82 Madill High School HOME 40 Game Recap By David Wolman MADILL – Forced turnover after forced turnover, Lone Grove’s defensive pressure wore on Madill. Madill committed 31 turnovers as Lone Grove earned a convincing 82-40 victory inside Madill Wildcats Fieldhouse on Friday evening.