The state ranked Comanche Maidens built upon a 27-12 halftime advantage with a 21-2 third-quarter run to overpower the Breckenridge Lady Bucks 64-28.
Breckenridge trailed 18-8 after the first quarter.
Sophomore guard Nocona Swindell gave the Lady Bucks a 2-0 lead to start the game before Comanche took over.
Breckenridge managed only four points in the second quarter; all of which came at the free throw line.
Freshman Alexa Medina and junior Hanna Singleton both sank a pair of free throws.
Comanche led 56-19 headline into the final quarter of play.
"I thought our half-court defense was very good for most of the game," Lady Bucks coach Ky Graham said. "Well over half of their points came off of turnovers or from offensive rebounds. When we got set up, we did a good job.
Junior post Megan Herrington was the leading scorer with six points.
Junior Landre Griffin chipped in with five points while Swindell and Medina each had four points.
Senior Ashly Fambro contributed three points. Singleton, sophomore Heidi O'Dell and freshman Maci Patterson each totaled two points.
Medina grabbed a team-leading five rebounds. Herrington, O'Dell and Singleton each collected four rebounds.
Freshman Madison Hatchett added two rebounds while Griffin had one.
Griffin led the team with three steals. Swindell, Singleton and O'Dell each had two steals.
Hatchett and Medina added one steal apiece.
The Lady Bucks (11-18, 3-8) will host Dublin at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1. Breckenridge will celebrate Senior Night as they honor Fambro at her final home game.