SKIATOOK - Outscored 33-9 during the second half, the Miami Lady Wardogs dropped a 48-28 decision to the Berryhill Maidens Saturday night in the championship game of the Skiatook Tournament.

Finishing second for the third time in the past four years, the Lady Wardogs and the Maidens are both 3-1 on the season.

Weather permitting, Coach JohnCarl Morgan's Lady Wardogs are scheduled to host the Vinita Hornets at the Dogdome Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Verdigris Valley Conference opener.

During the first two minutes of the first quarter, Berryhill jumped out to a 6-0 lead on a 3-point field goal by Shelby Wright, a solo free throw by Katie McLennan and a layup by Sara Spencer.

Four straight points by Emily Cline and a layup by Alyssa Johnson rallied Miami to a 6-6 tie with 1:10 left in the first quarter.

A putback by Spencer and a solo free throw by Jazmin Wagner enabled the Maidens to carry a 9-6 lead into the second quarter.

After a layup by Wright and a solo free throw by McLennan increased Berryhill's lead to 13-6, the Lady Wardogs retaliated with a layup by Faith Wilkins, a 3-pointer by Johnson and a field goal by Cline to create a 13-13 tie with 3:23 until halftime.

Two free throws and a field goal by Kelsey Neal, along with solo free throws by Sarah Rhodes and Wilkins, propelled the Lady Norse to a 19-15 margin at intermission.

Seven points by Spencer and three by Suzanne Hurley, along with a layup by Wright, rallied the Maidens to a 27-24 lead at the end of the third quarter.

Igniting the rally was a 6-of-8 performance at the free throw line during the quarter.

Berryhill continued their dominance at the free throw line during the fourth quarter. The Maidens sank 13 of 18 attempts including 8 of 10 at the charity stripe in the final four minutes.

Along with being outscored 21-4 in the final quarter, the Lady Wardogs were held scoreless over the final 3:37.

Cline, a member of the all-tournament team, led the Lady Wardogs with nine points and seven rebounds. Johnson contributed seven points, Neal six, Wilkins five and Rhodes one.

Hurley scored 13 points to lead all scorers while Spencer and Wright combined for 10 points each.

Miami held a 38-30 edge on the boards. Paige Woods grabbed seven rebounds to lead Berryhill.

Joining Cline on the all-tournament team were Berryhill's Wright, Miranda White of Owasso and Lauren Wench of Pawhuska. Woods was selected most valuable player.

Berryhill 48, Miami 28

Miami 6 13 5 4 - 28

Berryhill 9 6 12 21 - 48

Miami - Cline 3 3-7 9, Johnson 2 2-2 7, Neal 2 2-2 6, F. Wilkins 1 3-5 5, Rhodes 0 1-2 1, Prairie Chief 0 0-0 0, Osborn 0 0-0 0, Young 0 0-0 0, Mullin 0 0-0 0. Totals 8 11-18 28.

Berryhill - Hurley 1 11-14 13, Spencer 2 6-8 10, Wright 4 0-0 10, McLennan 3 2-5 9, Woods 1 3-6 5, Wagner 0 1-4 1, Cox 0 0-0 0, Reed 0 0-2 0, L. Wilkens 0 0-0 0. Totals 11 23-39 48.

3-point goals - Miami 1-18 (Johnson 1-3, Prairie Chief 0-7, F. Wilkins 0-4, Cline 0-3, Mullin 0-1), Berryhill 3-12 (Wright 2-3, McLennan 1-4, Spencer 0-1, Hurley 0-1, Wagner 0-1, Woods 0-2). Rebounds - Miami 38 (Cline 7), Berryhill 30 (Woods 7). Steals - Miami 9 (Cline 2, Johnson 2, Wilkins 2, Prairie Chief 2), Berryhill 10 (Wagner 4). Turnovers - Miami 25, Berryhill 20. Total fouls - Miami 27, Berryhill 17. Fouled out - Faith Wilkins. Technical fouls - none.