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TOC Headquarters – Day 2

TOC Headquarters – Day 2



The Tournament Of Champions begins on Wednesday and runs until Friday. OKPreps will once again be your home for TOC coverage of the 53rd annual winter break classic. While OKPreps won’t have live broadcasts this season, our other coverage will continue to be the best in the state. In addition to game recaps, we’ll have highlights, interviews and breakdowns throughout the week. At the conclusion of the tournament, we’ll also have a tournament most outstanding player and an All Tournament Team. Here’s your one stop shop for all the action from Day 2 at the Tournament Of Champions!

For Day 1 Coverage & Highlights Check Them Out Here

TOC Boys Day 1
TOC Girls Day 1




Wright City 64, Sperry 51
– END OF 1ST QUARTER. Wright City leads Sperry 20-17. Both teams got out to a fast start and Wright City got a basket at the buzzer from Dalyn Burrell, who has a game-high 10 points for the Lumberjax.
– HALFTIME. Wright City leads Sperry 29-28. The pace slowed down in the second quarter but Wright City remains on top of Sperry by a point. Leading the way for Wright City is Dalyn Burrell with 13 points. Sperry has a very balanced attack on offense.
– END OF 3RD QUARTER. Wright City leads Sperry 44-40. Wright City gets their lead up to ten points but Sperry’s Jace Pratt starts heating up from three point range and pulls the Pirates within four points at the end of the quarter.
– FINAL. Wright City defeats Sperry 65-51. Despite the late run in the third quarter, the Pirates ran out of gas as Wright City outscored them 20-11 in the final quarter. Wright City’s Robert Briley had a monster game with 18 points and 18 rebounds.
Kingston 89, Ringwood 42
– END OF 1ST QUARTER. Kingston leads Ringwood 26-8. Redskins got out to a fast start and came out hot from three-point range. RJ Weeks leads all scorers with ten points for Kingston.
– HALFTIME. Kingston leads Ringwood 48-21. It was another dominating shooting performance for the Redskins as they extended their lead to 27 points. They shot 65% from the field as they simply couldn’t miss.
– FINAL. Kingston defeats Ringwood 89-42. The Redskins remained red hot from the field in the second half. They shot 65% from the field once again in the third and fourth quarters. Big man Jacob Germany led all scorers with 23 points, 10 rebounds and 5 steals.
Midwest City 70, Memorial 58
– END OF 1ST QUARTER. Memorial leads Midwest City 17-15. Memorial’s Keylan Boone picks right up where he left off last night. Both teams are not shy about their playing style as both teams want to get out and run.
– HALFTIME. Midwest City leads Memorial 32-30. The Bombers take a two-point advantage into halftime after Juwan Walker hit a three-point shot at the buzzer. The Bombers and Chargers both have balanced scoring offensively.
– END OF 3RD QUARTER. Midwest City leads Memorial 51-41. The Bombers get red hot from three-point range to end the quarter. They go on an 11-0 run in the final 90 seconds to take a ten point lead into the fourth quarter.
– FINAL. Midwest City beats Memorial 70-58. The Bombers shot 54% from 3-point range after shooting just 26% from behind the arc. The Bombers forced 21 turnovers and scored 28 points off those turnovers.
Carl Albert 73, Booker T Washington 71
– END OF 1ST QUARTER. Carl Albert leads Booker T Washington 16-7. The Titans jumped out to a 15-2 lead on the Hornets. Mason Harrell leads all scorers with 9 points for Carl Albert.
– HALFTIME. Carl Albert leads Booker T Washington 36-25. The Titans have held onto their lead after the fast start. Mason Harrell continues to get tough buckets for the Titans. He has 17 points to lead all scorers.
– END OF 3RD QUARTER. Carl Albert Leads Booker T Washington 59-47. The Hornets aren’t going away but they simply cannot stop Carl Albert. Every time the Hornets get it to single digits, the Titans respond.
– FINAL. Carl Albert defeats Booker T Washington 73-71. The Titans win an instant classic over Booker T Washington 73-71. After the Hornets tied it up on an Elisha Brantley 3-pointer, Trey Hopkins hit a game winner on a put back after a Mason Harrell miss.




Tahlequah 59, Sand Springs 53
– END OF 1ST QUARTER. Sand Springs leads Tahlequah 19-6 after the first quarter. Sand Springs’ shooting troubles from day one have ended while Tahlequah’s has continued. The Lady Sandites led the game 17-2 to start.
– HALFTIME. Sand Springs leads Tahlequah 34-20. Tahlequah started to get some shots to fall but Sand Springs didn’t slow down either. The Lady Sandites are in control as they head to halftime.
– END OF 3RD QUARTER. Sand Springs leads Tahlequah 48-38. The Lady Tigers are starting to mount a comeback with a trapping defense that has forced some turnovers. However, every time they get some momentum, Sand Springs gets a basket.
– FINAL. Tahlequah defeats Sand Springs 59-53. The Lady Tigers outscore the Lady Sandites 21-5 in the final quarter to get out with the huge win over Class 6A’s #1 team. Delaney Nix led all scorers with 24 points for the Lady Tigers. She scored 19 points in the second half.
Westmoore 66, Holland Hall 43
– END OF 1ST QUARTER. Westmoore leads Holland Hall 13-10 after one quarter. Westmoore star Jessi Murcer is picking up right where she left off yesterday. She has a game-high 8 points for the Lady Jags.
– HALFTIME. Westmoore leads Holland Hall 27-18. The stars are shining in this match-up as Westmoore’s Jessi Murcer has 14 points, Holland Hall’s Gabby Gregory has 12 points. The difference is Westmoore’s supporting cast has stepped up in a big way.
– END OF 3RD QUARTER. Westmoore Leads Holland Hall 46-35. Westmoore continues to extend their lead. Everytime Gabby Gregory and Holland Hall get any kind of momentum, Westmoore goes on a run.
– FINAL. Westmoore defeats Holland Hall 66-43. The Lady Jags outscore Holland Hall 20-8 in the final quarter to run away with the win. Westmoore dominated the paint, outscoring Holland Hall 42-24. OU signee Jessi Murcer finished with 25 points for the Lady Jags.
Owasso 49, Seiling 46
– END OF 1ST QUARTER. Owasso and Seiling are tied at 11 after one quarter. Owasso’s Tiya Douglas and Seiling’s Macy Gore are picking up where they left off yesterday. They each have seven points.
– HALFTIME. Owasso leads Seiling 24-11 at the half. Seiling’s Macy Gore went down with an apparent knee injury and that took any momentum Seiling had away from them. Owasso outscores the Lady Cats 13-0 in the second quarter. Owasso’s Tiya Douglas leads all scorers with 11 points.
– END OF 3RD QUARTER. Owasso leads Seiling 32-25 after three quarters. The Lady Cats have begun their march to get back into this game. The Lady Rams still hold onto the lead but it’s getting smaller as Seiling gained a lot of momentum in the third.
– FINAL. Owasso defeats Seiling 49-46. The Lady Rams hold off the Seiling rally and get out with a win. Owasso hit free throws down the stretch and came up with one more stop than Seiling to advance to the championship game. Mya Bhinhar led Owasso with 15 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists and 6 blocked shots.
Muldrow 44, Victory Christian 35
– END OF 1ST QUARTER. Muldrow leads Victory Christian 10-4. It was without a doubt a low scoring affair after one quarter. Both teams struggled to get any kind of rhythm on offense. Both defenses were stout.
– HALFTIME. Muldrow leads Victory Christian 24-18. Things started picking up for both teams in the second quarter but the Lady Bulldogs were hitting their shots and Victory was not. Muldrow shot 50% from the field while Victory shot 33%.
– END OF 3RD QUARTER. Muldrow leads Victory Christian 33-25. Muldrow’s duo of Taylen Collins and Hannah Boyett have led the Lady Bulldogs to the advantage as they head into the final quarter.
– FINAL. Muldrow defeats Victory Christian 44-35. Muldrow jumped out to the early lead and held off any and all runs that Victory Christian made. Leading the way was the duo of Hannah Boyett and Taylen Collins, who finished with 14 and 12 respectively.