The Woodward News


December 11, 2012

Boomers home to face Guymon Tigers

Woodward, Okla. — The Boomer basketball teams return home after a tough weekend in the Harrah Panther Classic.

Both the girls and boys went 0-3 in the tournament and will try to get momentum going in a more positive direction tonight against the Guymon Tigers.

Varsity girls start at 6:30 p.m. and the boys at approximately 8 p.m. at Boomer Fieldhouse.

Woodward's girls are looking for their first victory of the season while the Tigers are 2-4 on the year with wins over Clayton, New Mexico and Ulysses, Kan. in the 7th place game of the Hugoton Tournament over the weekend.

The Boomer boys team is 2-4 with all 4 losses by single digits. Guymon is 2-4 as well with wins over Class A Beaver and the Hugoton JV team.

Woodward won last season’s games.

The area schedule tonight is a busy one as well.

Games include Chisholm at Alva, Leedey at Arnett, Balko at Rolla, Kan., Fort Supply at Buffalo, Canton at Shattuck, Blackwell at Fairview, Freedom at Higgins, Mooreland at Cherokee, Okeene at Geary, Sharon-Mutual at Vici, Turpin at Laverne, Seiling at Calumet at Burlington at Waynoka.

Both Mooreland teams will be trying to stay undefeated as they visit always-tough Cherokee.

Mooreland swept the titles at its holiday classic tournament over the weekend with the girls edging Vici and the boys defeating Ringwood.

Fairview also had an impressive weekend, winning both titles at the Canton Tournament.

Action starts everywhere at 6:30 p.m.


Here are the various awards and honors from the Mooreland Holiday Classic.

School team spirit award - Waukomis

Cheer spirit award - Sayre

Girls All-Tournament: Kayla Wilson, Mooreland (MVP), Amelia Tyree, Vici; Jennifer Myers, Mooreland; Jesse Schmeling, Sharon-Mutual; Kylee Stafford, Sayre; Josie Boatman, Vici. Sixth man award - Kadee Kenny, Mooreland.

Boys All-Tournament: Landon Peach, Mooreland (MVP), Moses Barcenas, Ringwood; Chris Svejkovsky, Mooreland; Taylor Varnell, Sayre; Kendrick Woolfolk, Fort Supply; Rolando Resenediz, Ringwood. Sixth man award: Hunter Miller, Mooreland.

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