Douglass point guard Stephen Clark had quite a day Friday.
A few hours after announcing his letter of intent signing with Oklahoma State, Clark scored 50 points in a 93-57 win over John Marshall, adding seven assists, five rebounds, three steals and only two turnovers.
Clark has 87 points through the first two games of the season, both wins.
STALLINGS VISITS HARVARD, EARP GETS OFFER
Southmoore's Jackson Stallings took an official visit to Harvard this weekend.
Stallings had 345 yards receiving with four rushing and four receiving touchdowns this season. He also had 42 tackles, including 15 for loss.
The fullback/defensive end/tight end received an “offer” from the Crimson in August.
Harvard, as a member of the Ivy League, does not award athletic scholarships but does grant need-based financial aid for athletes.
Southmoore linebacker Cody Earp recently received an offer from Colorado State-Pueblo, the top-ranked Division II team in the country.
Earp has also drawn interest from Wyoming, Indiana State, Southeast Missouri State, South Dakota State and Pittsburg State.
Earp had 70 tackles this season for the SaberCats.
Earlier in the season, junior wide receiver Jalen Adams received his first offer from Tulsa and senior safety Nick Ward was offered by Florida Atlantic.
GIGGER CARRIES MOORE
Moore's boys basketball team is handling a tough opening schedule well.
The Lions opened with games against a couple of Class 6A and 5A favorites in Edmond Memorial and Del City. After the loss to Memorial, Moore bounced back for a 63-43 win over 5A No. 1 Del City Friday night.
Dorian Gigger had 17 points and 19 rebounds in the victory.
PC PULLS UPSET
Putnam City pulled the biggest surprise so far in girls basketball, taking down No. 1 Edmond Santa Fe 59-58 Friday.
PC's Jayden Oliver had 18 points, Jamee Moore had 17 and Lashabra Plunkett had 13 in the win.