SPERRY — Miami’s girls were almost as cold as the weather during a 49-48 overtime loss to Bristow here Tuesday afternoon in the first round of the Sperry Invitational.

“We definitely did not play well,” Miami coach JohnCarl Morgan said. “We were not ready — I could tell that in pre-game.”

The Lady Wardogs shot only 32 percent from the field (20 of 62).

Bristow didn’t fare much better, hitting 12 of 51 (33 percent).

The Lady Pirates made up a 35-27 deficit heading into the fourth quarter with a 16-8 advantage. They outscored MHS 6-5 in the extra period.

Miami had a chance to pull out a victory, but a shot by Bekah Stewart with 1.6 seconds remaining rimmed out.

“They made shots and we didn’t,” Morgan said.

The Lady Wardogs face Tulsa Holland Hall at 4 p.m. Thursday in a losers’ bracket game. Holland Hall suffered a 46-42 loss to Berryhill in another first-round game Tuesday.

Bristow had led 13-8 after the first quarter, but Miami grabbed a three-point lead at the break with an 11-3 burst in the second period.

The Lady Wardogs then held a 14-11 advantage in the third frame.

Kelsey Neal had 20 points for the Lady Wardogs while Stewart added nine.

Hannah Swan and Mariah Hicks drew praise from Morgan for their play after Kylee Carder and Makayla Vail got into foul trouble.

“They gave us some solid minutes,” Morgan said. “Kylee and Makayla played probably 12 minutes total.”

Ashley Dunnigan, a 4-11 junior, paced Bristow’s scoring with 13 points.

Miami 8 13 14 8 5 — 48

Bristow 13 3 11 16 6 — 49

Miami — Neal 20, Stewart 9, Rhodes 6, Osborn 4, Swan 3, Carder 2, Hicks 2, Young 2.

Bristow — Dunnigan 13, Jackson 11, B. Thompson 9, S. Thompson 9, Littleson 6, Poland 1.