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February 13, 2013

Oktaha boys come back on Canadian; girls win in rout



Oktaha 69, Canadian 41

The No. 8 Lady Tigers (23-1) go into postseason with plenty of momentum. They outscored the undermanned Lady Cougars 23-7 in the third quarter in taking the victory.

“Our plan was to just go out and play,” freshman Shea Lynch said. “After this game, you start all over (with the playoffs.) I think we’re ready. All of us have to work hard. We’ve got to keep working. We can’t back down now. There’s no turning back.”

Lynch was one of three Lady Tigers to score in double figures. The others were Lanessa Grayson (13) and Makayla Baldridge (12).

Oktaha coach Chester Pittman said his team is ready for postseason.

“It was our main goal not to be flat,” he said. “We wanted to come out and try to get ready for the climb for the playoffs. I think we did a pretty good job of that.”

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