KELLYVILLE — Kellyville’s pressure defense disrupted Pawhuska’s boys basketball team Tuesday night. The Ponies defeated the Huskies 73-58. Pawhuska jumped out to a 10-0 first-quarter advantage. Once Kellyville made a basket, the Ponies started their press defense and the game started to turn their way.  Kellyville led 17-15 after the first quarter and 36-26 at the half. Pawhuska cut into that 10-point led in the third quarter. The Huskies turned in a 21-point third quarter and held Kellyville to 19 points. PHS trailed 55-47 after three. Kellyville outscored Pawhuska 18-11 to take the 15-point victory. “We played really well,” Coach Jake Christenson said. “We had too many turnovers. We let the full-court pressure get to us.”  PHS senior Braydon Wilson led the Huskies with 18 points. Easton Kirk and Matthew Miles added 10 each. Evan Frye finished with 9. Christenson said Kirk had a good game and freshman Isaiah Walker played significant minutes for the Huskies. Walker finished with 6 points. Tanner Clayton led the Kellyville attack with 21. Jordan White added 16. Pawhuska plays Barnsdall on Friday night. It will be homecoming for the Huskies, and the boys will play at 6:30 p.m. with the girls game starting after the boys are finished. The Huskies are hoping to avenge a 59-49 loss to Barnsdall in December’s Pawhuska Invitational Tournament. The Huskies finished third in the tournament, while the Panthers won it all. In the tournament, Pawhuska trailed 31-29 at halftime, but Barnsdall pulled away in the third, outscoring the Huskies 15-8.   ^ Kellyville 73, Pawhuska 58 Pawhuska  15-11-21-11 — 58 Kellyville  17-19-19-18 — 73 Pawhuska: Wilson, 18; Kirk, 10; Miles, 10; Frye, 9; Walker, 6;  Waddle, 3; Jeffers, 2. Kellyville: T Clayton, 21; J. White, 16; J. Hicks, 11; Heath, 9; Brown, 4; Degraffenreid 2, Goodell, 2, Peterson, 2.