FAIRLAND - Fairland's girls found out just how fast fortunes can change in basketball.

Coming off one of their biggest wins in recent years, a 42-40 upset of No. 12 Afton last Friday, the Lady Owls suffered a 38-29 loss to Watts here Tuesday night.

“We played great last Friday and played terrible Tuesday night, Fairland coach Choo Thomas said. “You have ups and downs - this just wasn't our night. We didn't play very well.

The Lady Owls fell behind 10-7 in the first quarter but grabbed a 15-13 lead by intermission.

Watts made its move in the third quarter thanks to a 16-5 burst.

The Lady Engineers put the wraps on the win by holding off Fairland in the fourth quarter, 9-8.

Caitlyn Burnside had eight points and Williams and Brooke Kerns chipped in with seven each for the Lady Owls.

Harris scored 17 points for Watts.

In the boys' game, Fairland held off the Engineers in the second half.

The Owls had trailed 21-19 at the break but grabbed the lead in the third quarter thanks to a 13-10 advantage.

Fairland put the wraps on the win with a 15-14 edge over the final eight minutes.

Owen Shortt scored 17 points for FHS, which also got 14 from Seth Bunce and 11 from Jordan Stovall. Justin Thompson hauled down 12 rebounds, 10 on the defensive end.

Guard Dustin Marley scored 18 points and had 17 rebounds for the Engineers. Ray Ward also contributed 12 points.

Fairland entertains Quapaw on Friday in Lucky 7 Conference action.

Girls

Watts 10 3 16 9 - 38

Fairland 7 9 5 8 - 29

Watts - Harris 17, Pritchett 8, Chandler 5, Huggins 4, Butler 2, Hogshooter 2.

Fairland - Burnside 8, Williams 7, Kerns 7, Campbell 4, Hall 3.

Boys

Watts 12 9 10 14 - 45

Fairland 14 5 13 15 - 47

Watts - Marley 18, Ward 12, Turner 5, Cash 5, Labitad 3, Rhodes 2.

Fairland - Shortt 17, Bunce 14, Stovall 11, Thompson 4, Smith 1.

3-point goals - Watts, Turner 1, Labitad 1; Fairland, Stovall 3, Shortt 1.