The Woodward News

Sports

December 6, 2012

Basketball Roundup

Woodward, Okla. — HARRAH - Woodward's boys put a scare into Oklahoma City Northeast before falling 50-45 in the Harrah Panther Classic on Thursday night.

The Boomers jumped out to a 17-4 lead in the first period and still led by 5 going into the fourth period, but Northeast gained control late.

The Vikings led by 10 in the final 35 seconds, but the Boomers closed to within 4 points over the 10 seconds as Taylan Iliff had a 3, got a steal and lay-up and Trevor Collier hit a free throw to make it 49-45 with 27 seconds remaining.

Each team could only score one more point in the final seconds.

Northeast was ranked No. 1 in Class 2A and is the defending state champion in that class.

The Boomers, ranked 20th in 4A, is 2-2 on the season.

Woodward's girls saw their record fall to 0-4 with a loss to Northeast, ranked No. 1 in Class 2A.

Summaries

Harrah Panther Classic

Girls

Northeast 63, Woodward 32

Woodward plays at 1 p.m. on Friday against Choctaw.

Boys

Northeast 50, Woodward 45

Woodward will play at 2:30 p.m. on Friday against Harrah



Area Tournaments

Mooreland Holiday Classic

Thursday

Girls

Mooreland 59, Fort Supply 36

Fort Supply - Smith 4, Roper 5, Wilson 14, Myers 11, Kenny 7, Steuart 6, Stubbs 12.

Mooreland - Briant 14, Jones 2, Newton 2, Pittman 2, Woodard 16

Vici 84, Ringwood 24

Ringwood - Johnson 2, Folger 3, Nakdinva 2, Randolph 3, Farrand 4, Palmer 6, Shaffer 4.

Vici - Tyree 18, Sanderson 6, Taylor 7, Gregory 7, Kennedy 17, Lee 6, Boatman 10, Evans 5, Salisbury 2, Cook 6.

Sharon-Mutual 66, Waukomis 56

Sharon-Mutual - Phillips 2, Thompson 3, Schmeling 22, Phillips 12, Cooper 4, Steadman 2, Schmidt 7, Little 6, Long 12.

Waukomis - Perry 10, Mack 12, Harris 30, Kokojan 4.

Sayre 55, Mooreland JV 26

Mooreland - Ham 5, Gregory 3, Poer 4, Barnett 5, Gomez 9

Sayre - Summers 7, LeGrand 9, Stafford 11, Moore 5, Johnston 2, Brinkley 4, Easter 14, Kirtley 1, Snyder 2.

Boys

Fort Supply 69, Sharon-Mutual 44

Sharon-Mutual - Baker 7, Harper 6, Campbell 18, Taylor 4, Williams 9.

Fort Supply - Hunter 9, Monday 2, C. Wright 16, T. Woolfolk 8, K. Woolfolk 22, Kornele 14.

Ringwood 45, Vici 36

Ringwood - Moehle 7, Schroeder 1, Resendez 4, Navarro 1, Barcenas 15, Swart 13, Gomez 2, Aguilar 2.

Vici - DeVon 6, Albummohammed 3, Evans 8, Altamirano 5, Altimirano 6, Kee 6, Ramirez 2.

Sayre 48, Waukomis 35

Waukomis - Cook 6, Howard 4, Klick 10, Terrel 5, Crites 6, Harrington 4.

Sayre - Robinson 2, Hines 8, Rippetoe 16, Tosh 3, Varnell 13, Silk 6.

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