The Pawhuska Lady Huskies ran their record to 2-1 Tuesday night with a 48-42 overtime victory against Woodland. The Lady Huskies trailed by as many as nine points in the first two quarters, and rallied from a six-point deficit to go to overtime, PHS coach Luke Broadbent said. Broadbent said the Lady Huskies had a chance to win the game in regulations. PHS went to the charity stripe three times at the end of the game and missed six consecutive free throws. “I told the team that clutch players make clutch plays,” Broadbent said, adding the Lady Huskies players came through in overtime. “It was a good learning experience." Kyliegh Reibel led the the Lady Huskies scoring with 11 points. Alyssa Reynolds added 10. Star Sweeden and Tatyana Curry added 7 each. Broadbent said the Lady Huskies need to work on their shooting. PHS made just 5 of 54 shots in their Dec. 1 loss to Pawnee. The team is shooting less than 30 percent from the floor, and less than 40 percent from inside 10 feet of the basket. “We are a work in progress. We get better every time we step on the floor,” he said. Blake Allen, who was injured in the Pawnee game, has a stress fracture in her foot. She will be out-of-action at least through Christmas break, Broadbent said. “She’s a tough kid. If she can come back and play this season, she will,” he said. The Lady Huskies play in the Agra Tournament Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The are seeded fifth in the tournament. The Pawhuska basketball tournament is scheduled Dec. 11-16 at Oren Terrill Fieldhouse.