The Woodward News

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May 29, 2013

Classic Bowl scores

Woodward, Okla. — Results from Tuesday's Classic Bowl girls basketball games

Game 1

White 72, Red 50

Red - Brianna Brown (Balko) 1, Amanda Langley (Ulysses, Kan.) 3, Megan Crews (Boise City) 3, Brooke Wayman (OBA) 4, Syndey Harrel (Leedey) 2, Jade Cathcart (Hooker) 6, Kellie Neal (Higgins, Texas) 2, Reagan Alvarez (Turpin) 6, Kayla Castle (Timberlake) 9, Jennifer Pralle (Garber) 2, Katelyn Garvie (Burlington) 6, Carson Ferguson (Pond Creek-Hunter) 4, Katy Starr (DCLA) 2, Kinzie Friesen (Meade, Kan.), Kayla  Husted (Texhoma).

White - Baili Collins (Leedey) 5, Lacey Custer (Merritt) 7, Kalanne McKee (Pond Creek-Hunter) 2, Ann E Freeman (Texhoma) 6, Tiffani Dorman (Burns Flat-Dill City) 10, Kylee Severin (Timberlake) 12, Payton Vanmeter (Fairview) 2, Shaniah Fronk (Booker, Texas) 4, Jaylee Mays (Balko) 6, Michaela Davis (Weatherford) 8, Tiffany Rieger (Burlington) 6, Madeline Leathers (Garber) 2, Marian Muegge (DCLA)

Game 2

White 58, Red 56

Red - Amelia Tyree (Vici) 8, Jordan Flynn (Watonga) 3, Kori Barios (Hammon) 13, Ellen Halliburton (Laverne) 3, Emily Martens (Fairview) 7, Jessica Unruh (Cherokee) 2, Jackelyn Parrish (Okeene) 3, Kenzi Taylor (Forgan) 10, Katelyn Cummings (Shattuck) 6, Haylee Bates (Woodward), Kayla Wilson (Mooreland), Shelby Perry (Beaver), Nicole Borgelt, (Ashland, Kan.), Bailee Clift (Timberlake)

White - Elizabeth McKinney (Ashland, Kan.) 2, Makayla Tate (Seiling) 10, Willow Gahr (Aline-Cleo) 4, Taylor Schrick (Merritt) 2, Keela Hamar (Thoams) 8, Maddi Stuart (Follett, Texas) 11, Mercedeez Bell (Woodward) 3, Jennifer Myers (Mooreland) 2, Olivia Mason (Fairview) 9, Jennifer Swart (Drummond) 5, Cierra Briant (Fort Supply), Lara Ross (Watonga), Katelyn Steadman (Sharon-Mutual).

Three-point shooting contest winner: Makayla Tate, Seiling.

Player of the Year: Tiffany Rieger, Burlington.

Coach of the Year: Eric Smith, Alva.

Scholarship winner: Kenzi Taylor, Forgan.

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