WELCH — Wyandotte logged a pair of basketball wins over Welch here Friday night.
Wyandotte used a 15-8 edge in the fourth quarter to pick up a 44-38 win in the girls game.
Then in boys’ action, the Bears got points from all 10 players that suited up while rolling to a 78-46.
The win evened the Wyandotte girls’ record at 4-4 while Welch —losing its second straight — fell to 6-3.
The Lady Wildcats had carried a 30-29 advantage into the final stanza, but Wyandotte turned things around with a 15-8 run over the last eight minutes.
Welch held an 11-8 edge in the first quarter, and then the Lady Bears tied the game at 22 at the break.
The hosts held an 8-7 advantage in the third.
Tarrah Stephens scored 19 points to head up the Wyandotte scoring. Aranda Nair joined her in double figures with 10.
Others scoring for the Lady Bears were Makinze Powell with four, Jillian Swanger with three, Elizabeth Mensink and Lynnea Cox with two each and Katie Hart with one.
Aspen Wood’s 10 points paced the Lady Wildcats’ scoring. Hailey Haskell added nine, followed by Olivia Chenoweth with eight, Jaeli Jorgenson with five, Ashlee Morgan with four and Olivia Pitcher with two.
Boys: Wyandotte 78, Welch 46
The Bears turned a close game into a rout with a 27-12 burst in the third quarter.
Wyandotte had grabbed an 18-8 lead in the first quarter, but Welch narrowed the gap to 31-26 by intermission.
The Bears continued to pull away with a 20-8 run in the final stanza.
Jordan Burney and Trey Jones reached double figures for Wyandotte, Burney getting 16 points and Jones 12.
Ryan Cooper, Brendan Cooper and Blaine Stephens had eight points each while Hunter Anderson and Carson Loncarich had seven apiece.
Others scoring for Wyandotte were Cody Teal with six, Jacob Burney with four and Helawa Williams with two.
Braxton Turner and Nolan Schaper scored 14 each for the Wildcats. Chance Perry and Trenton Seigel had six each, followed by Blake Brannon with four and Chase Herd with two.
Wyandotte played at Quapaw Saturday night and travel to Afton Tuesday night.
Welch hosts Commerce on Tuesday.