Bedouin Shrine Classic

Small School Girls 

Haskell beat Hilldale JV 42-20 in consolation play while Quinton beat Westville 46-38. Sydnie Roberts had 25 for Haskell. Haskell plays the Quinton at 11:30 a.m. today at the Civic Center in the fifth-place game while the Hilldale JV takes on Westville at 10 a.m., also at the Civic Center in the seventh-place game.

Small School Boys

Red Oak beat Kansas 52-46 while the Haskell JV fell to Westville 65-36. Red Oak plays Westville in the fifth-place game at 11:30 a.m. at Muskogee High School while Haskell plays Kansas in the seventh-place game at 10 a.m., also at MHS.

Large School Boys

OKC Southeast took care of Santa Fe South 64-46. Southeast plays the HSAA-NOAH winner at 11:30 a.m. at Fort Gibson High School in the fifth-place contestwhile Santa Fe South plays the loser at 10 a.m., also at Fort Gibson High School, in the seventh-place game.

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Large School Girls

Hilldale pulled out a 55-52 win over NOAH while McAlester routed Santa Fe South 77-23. Makayla Williams led the Lady Hornets with 16 points while Carson Eichling had 10 points. Hilldale squares off against McAlester at 11:30 a.m. today in the fifth-place game at Hilldale High School while Santa Fe South plays NOAH 10 a.m., also at HHS, in the seventh-place game.




MUSKOGEE 45, PUTNAM CITY 44 — The Roughers (3-5) got a much-needed win, and did so against a quality opponent, ranked 13th in 6A.

“Any win is a good win but a ranked opponent is an even better win,” said Roughers coach Lynwood Wade.

“We played hard. We got loose balls, we just played with a higher intensity. We’ve been particularly sluggish to start the third quarter and we came out and played well. So proud of my guys.”

Muskogee led 22-20 at the half and extended that to 36-31 going to the fourth.

Xavier Brown had 12 points, James Brown 10 and Javontae Campbell 10. The Roughers held on after Putnam City missed a tip-in off a throw-in at the buzzer.

Muskogee will play in the consolation final on Saturday

OOLOGAH TOURNAMENT — Trailing 48-38 with 1:42 left in the game, Wagoner went on a 12-1 run, capped off by Jack Southern’s 15-foot jumper at the buzzer as the Bulldogs rallied to beat Pryor 50-49 and advance to tonight’s championship game. Caden Pawpa led Wagoner (7-3) with 19 points while Jacob Scroggins finished with 15 points. The Bulldogs play the winner of Tulsa Rogers and Oologah at 8:30 p.m., weather permitting.


ADAIR 65, SEQUOYAH 49 — Brayden Haddock and Tomas Herrera led their team with 11 points each. The 3A No. 3 Indians fell to 8-3.


MORRIS 74, PORTER 59 — Kejaun Renolds led the Pirates with 18 points. Caden Willard added 15 points, Mason Plunk added 12 points, and Adrian Vega added 10 points. Porter fell to 0-9.

EUFAULA 67, KEYS 63 - Luke Parish and Justis James led with 14 points each. Alex Parish added 12 points. Nick Jones added 11 points for the Ironheads. Scotty Wolff led with 23 points. Logan Yanez added 12 points. Bryce Sanders added 11 points for Keys. The score was tied at half time. Class 3A No. 11 advanced to 6-1 in overtime. Keys fell to 5-5.


WILSON-HENRYETTA 58, PORUM 51 — Briley Berry led Porum with 15 points. Coby McKee added 10 points. Porum fell to 1-8.


CHECOTAH 50, STILWELL 45 — Jacob Barrett led the Wildcats with 20 points, 17 in the fourth quarter and overtime. Caden Martin added 11 points. Checotah was trailing in the third quarter 34-23. The Wildcats (8-2) play Beggs in the finals.




MUSKOGEE 44, SKIATOOK 27 — The Lady Roughers got on target Friday, jumping out to a 24-7 lead at the half and going on to the win and a spot in the consolation final against Owasso on Saturday. In doing so they snapped a four-game losing skid and are now 2-6 on the year.

D’Asia Brown had 9 of her 12 points in the first half. She shared high-point honors with Lonnesha Hill. Shamaria Virgil was next with 6.

Skiatook had just one field goal in the second quarter.

OOLOGAH TOURNAMENT — Wagoner opened up a 20-points lead at halftime and cruised to a 39-23 win over Tulsa McLain on Friday. Megan Hawkins led the Bulldogs (2-8) with 12 points as Wagoner plays Cascia in the fifth-place game at 1 p.m. today, weather permitting.


MORRIS 57, PORTER 40 — Brittany Welch and Raylee Taylor led the Lady Pirates with 11 points each, but it wasn’t enough to secure the win. Porter fell to 3-6.

KEYS 43, WARNER 30— Keys pulled away in the second half to beat host Warner in the semifinals. Kylie Eubanks led Keys (8-3) with 11 points.  

EUFAULA 53, OKAY 30 — Class 3A No. 10 Eufaula (6-1) girls led every quarter to secure the win. Kiaya Burns led with 12 points and Ashley Mills added 10 points for the Lady Ironheads. Shayni Green led Okay with 17 points. Okay declines to 10-2.

GRAHAM-DUSTIN TOURNAMENT — Porum jumped on Butner to the tune of a 34-9 lead at halftime and never looked back, advancing to the championship game with a 58-25 win on Friday. Emery Arnold had a double-double for the Lady Panthers (7-1) with 20 points and 15 rebounds while Savannah Macom finished with 11 points. 


CHECOTAH 67, HARDING PREP 38 — Vanessa Hcnson had 21 and Olivia Clayton 18 for Checotah.



The Arkansas River Shootout at Webbers Falls has postponed Friday’s games to Saturday with the final day on Monday, weather permitting on Saturday.

Jerry Ward, Webbers Falls girls coach, said a number of schools to the south wished to halt travel due to turbulent weather to the south and possibility of severe weather today.

With the postponements, Webbers’ girls play Cameron at 7:10 Saturday night and Webbers’ boys play Watts at 5:30 p.m. Saturday.

— Staff

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