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(Girls) Bixby 68, Dewar 23
(Boys) Fort Cobb-Broxton 64, Hugo 59
(Girls) Victory Christian 67, Varnum 28
(Boys) Kingston 75, Whitesboro 45
(Girls) Edmond Memorial 57, East Central 36
(Boys) Memorial VS Putnam City West – 5:30PM
(Girls) Muldrow VS Tahlequah Sequoyah – 7PM
(Boys) Booker T Washington VS Kingfisher – 8:30PM
BIXBY 68, DEWAR 23
Highlights from Bixby’s 68-23 win over Dewar in the second day of the 54th Annual Tournament Of Champions. The Lady Spartans dominated the second half, outscoring the Lady Dragons 45-10 in the second half to run away with the win. Bixby limited Dewar offensively as the Lady Dragons finished 6-41 from the field. Bixby was led by Dariann Myles, who led all scorers with 17 points, knocking down five three-pointers in the win. The Lady Spartans also had two others finish in double figures.
FORT COBB-BROXTON 64, HUGO 59
Highlights from Fort Cobb-Broxton’s 64-59 win over Hugo, during the second day of the 54th annual Tournament Of Champions. The Mustangs led by as many as 18 at one point but Hugo would have a chance to send the game into overtime in the final seconds. The Mustangs would seal the game at the free throw line. Leading the way for Fort Cobb-Broxton was senior guard Kellen Hines, who finished with 39 points. That comes after he dropped 28 points on Thursday in a loss to Putnam City West.
VICTORY CHRISTIAN 67, VARNUM 28
Highlights from Victory Christian’s 67-28 win over Varnum on the second day of the 54th annual Tournament Of Champions. The Lady Conquerors dominated from start to finish. They led 18-4 after one quarter and went into halftime with a 40-12 lead. Leading the way was senior guard Gem Summers, who finished with 30 points on 13-19 shooting. The Lady Conquerors dominated defensively, as Varnum was held to 7-47 shooting from the field.
KINGSTON 75, WHITESBORO 45
Highlights from Kingston’s 75-45 win over Whitesboro on the second day of the 54th annual Tournament Of Champions. Jacob Germany got it going early for Kingston, as he scored 11 of their 20 first quarter points. By halftime, Kingston was leading 37-15. The second half was more of the same, as Kingston’s size and athleticism overwhelmed smaller Whitesboro. Next up for Kingston is the consolation championship at 1:30 PM tomorrow against Fort Cobb-Broxton. While Whitesboro will look to rebound against Hugo at 10:30 AM.
EDMOND MEMORIAL 57, EAST CENTRAL 36
Highlights from Edmond Memorial’s 57-36 win over East Central on the second day of the 54th annual Tournament Of Champions. The win puts Edmond Memorial into the TOC title game on Saturday night, they’ll face the winner of Muldrow-Tahlequah Sequoyah, which tips off at 7PM. Katelyn Levings made history for the Lady Bulldogs, going for 20 points and 21 rebounds. The rebound total ties former Sapulpa great Alyssia Brewer for most in a single TOC game. The Lady Dogs jumped out to a 30-14 halftime lead and never looked back. However, Friday’s game wasn’t a complete win. Edmond Memorial lost star guard Taylor Norman, who rolled her ankle in the third quarter of the win.
TULSA MEMORIAL 75, PUTNAM CITY WEST 63
Highlights from Tulsa Memorial 75-63 win over on the second day of the 54th annual Tournament Of Champions. The win puts Tulsa Memorial into the TOC title game on Saturday night, they’ll face the winner of Booker T Washington-Kingfisher, which tips off at 8:30 PM. It was a back and forth game for the first three frames, till Memorial’s depth and size allowed them to pull away for a comfortable victory. Keylan Boone recorded a double double with a game high 27 points and 10 rebounds. While his twin brother Kalib Boone had 21 points and 13 points, despite being hampered by first half foul trouble.
BOOKER T WASHINGTON 65 KINGFISHER 61
Highlights from Booker T Washington’s 65-61 win over Kingfisher on the second day of the 54th annual Tournament Of Champions. The win puts Booker T Washington into the TOC title game on Saturday night, where they’ll face arch rivals, Tulsa Memorial at 8:30 PM. Booker T had a sluggish start, as both teams trade blows throughout the first half and Kingfisher took slim leads into halftime and the third quarter. In the fourth, Bryce Thompson continued to make play after play as he ended up with 26 points. Joining Thompson to lead the Hornets was senior Michael McHenry, who hit five three pointers in route to 17 points.