The Mount St. Mary road show turned up a much-needed victory Friday night, rallying from a 12-point halftime deficit for a 68-63 boys basketball win at Star Spencer.
The Rockets' D.J. Lloyd scored 17 of his 25 points in the second half and added seven assists. Teammate Kyle Mazza had 24 points and 16 rebounds in the win.
Ed Stewart had 21 points to lead Star Spencer.
Friday night marked the Rockets' 18th game away from home this season, with their fourth and final home game next Tuesday against Oklahoma Christian.
NORTHEAST UPSETS DOUGLASS
Class 2A No. 8 Northeast earned its 10th victory of the season, knocking off Class 4A No. 5 Douglass 71-68.
Marquis Edwards, Tyus Johnson and Shawndale Pina each had 18 points for Northeast, which defeated Douglass for the first time in five years.
Anthony Wilson and Isaiah Shaputis had 19 points apiece for Douglass, which suffered its third loss of the year.
Newcastle handed Tuttle its second loss of the year, a 51-43 upset, behind 15 points from Casey Freeman and 13 from Isaac Johnson as the Racers won the Canadian Valley Conference title. ... Gatlin Squires had 25 points in Kingfisher's 67-44 win over Hennessey. ... Hunter Frisby had 22 points and eight boards in a 54-22 win over Amber-Pocasset.
DALE DOWNS BETHEL
Sophomore Shelby Savage and freshman Dani Manning led Dale to a 41-35 home win over Bethel.
Savage had 12 points off the bench, while Manning added 11 points and four assists.
CASHION PULLS UPSET
Junior Alix Robinson scored 22 points, and unranked Cashion knocked off Class 2A No. 12 Ripley in overtime.
Cashion held Ripley scoreless in the overtime period for the road win.
Hennessey's Kinsey Neiderer hit a 3-pointer with four seconds left to give the Eagles a 46-43 win over Kingfisher. ... Washington defeated Bridge Creek 49-41 in overtime.