First game at the Big House is a good one
By Ray Martin
It’s halftime here at State Fair Arena, and Sequoyah-Tahlequah leads Plainview 39-29 in a boys 3A quarterfinal game.
It’s already shaping up to be one of the most exciting games I have seen this season.
It’s fast-paced. Players are making big big shots, many coming from well beyond the 3-point line.
And the best part: I’ve already seen four dunks. Two from Sequoyah forward Mike Soap, and two from Plainview forward and OSU football signee Justin Blackmon.
Soap scored on a reverse dunk with one minute left in the half to put the Indians up by 12, their largest lead of the half.
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