By Jason Epp
• Daily Leader
FORGAN, Okla. - The No.2 Forgan Bulldogs raced out to a 15-0 lead, and never looked back on their way to a 69-25 win over the Waynoka Railroaders.
"I was very happy with the way we competed defensively in the first half," said Forgan coach Todd Kerr. "We were really good. (We) kept them from getting to any kind of flow at all."
Forgan added another 25-2 run over an eight minute period in the first half. Most of those points came after a steal, with an assist, or after an offensive rebound. The Bulldogs headed to the halftime locker room leading comfortably, 44-10.
"Sharing the basketball, playing inside-out, those are things we really stressed," said Kerr. " Is the ball moving; (are we) making sure that we keep everybody involved, and working hard."
With a comfortable lead, Forgan used much of the second half for what might be needed later in the season.
"We had an opportunity to work on some different things in the second half that we needed too, and we got an opportunity to play a lot of guys a lot of minutes, and that's good," said Kerr. "At this point I'm real pleased, but I still see a lot of things we can get better at. We did a lot better job defending the ball screen, creating turnovers out of that."
Ten different Bulldogs found their way on to the score sheet. Ryan Radcliff led the team with 17 points, and Jake Regier had scored all 14 of his points 30 seconds into the second quarter. Freshman Trevin Lopez came off the bench to score 9, and Tyler McReynolds added 8 tough points in the paint.
Forgan is now 3-0 on the season and will face Booker, Texas, Thursday at 12:15 p.m. in the first round of the Laverne Tournament.
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