WYANDOTTE — A 47-28 advantage in the second half helped the Wyandotte boys coast to a 78-47 victory over Fairland here Tuesday night.
Fairland gained a split on the night by claiming a 46-36 decision in the girls’ game.
The Bears (12-6) led 21-9 and 31-19 advantages in the first two quarters.
A 24-20 edge in the third period gave Wyandotte a 16-point bulge heading into the fourth quarter, when it outscored the Owls 23-8.
Three players reached double figures for the Bears.
Ryan Cooper had a game high 20 points and Carson Loncarich and Trey Jones added 14 points each.
Blaine Stephens finished with eight points, followed by Jordon Burney with seven, Jacob Burney, six; Brendan Cooper, three, and Ethan Bradley, two.
Isaac Matthews and Cole Cawlfield scored 11 each for the Owls.
Others scoring for Fairland (11-8) were Bryson Cottrell, nine; Westin Allen, eight; Tyler Graham, six, and Trevor Graham, two.
Girls: Fairland 46, Wyandotte 36
Vanna Crosby and Kyndall Davis combined for 28 of the Lady Owls’ 46 points in the game.
Crosby netted a team-high 15 points and Davis added 13. Breanne Johnson just missed hitting double digits when she netted nine.
Nikki Dingle and Savannah Hutchison had eight and one, respectively, for Fairland (12-7).
Tarrah Stephens scored 19 to lead Wyandotte.
Others with points for the Lady Bears (7-11) were Aranda Nair and Lynnea Cox with six each, Jillian Swanger with three and Kylie Severs with two.
Fairland jumped out to an 11-6 lead in the opening frame then carried a 20-13 advantage into the break.
Each team had 13 points in the third quarter then the Lady Owls had a 13-10 margin over the final eight minutes.
Fairland hosts Oklahoma Union Thursday and Bluejacket on Friday.
Wyandotte travels to Foyil Friday.