Class 3A: These girls are good!
By Ray Martin
Class 3A is loaded.
It’s the best class in high school girls basketball.
The Oklahoma’s Best tournament is a case in point.
The prestigious tournament is a preview of what the Big House will look like next March. For the first time ever, four 3A teams are battling in the elite tournament at the University of Tulsa’s Donald W. Reynolds Center.
Defending Oklahoma’s Best and class 3A champion Tahlequah Sequoyah, 2A champion Washington (which bumped up to 3A this season), Adair and Verdigris comprise half of the field.
Sequoyah knocked off Verdigris 40-32 tonight, improving its winning streak to 40 games. Verdigris, though, trailed by only four with 30 seconds remaining.
Washington downed Ft. Gibson, the top ranked team in class 4A, 57-47.
Adair fell to Sapulpa after Kevi Luper went down with an arm injury.
A Sequoyah win over Tulsa Washington, and a Washington win over Sapulpa on Friday likely sets up a preview of the 3A state finals.
Can Washington, or anyone for that matter, knock off Angel Goodrich and company? It’s doubtful.
Saturday, and March, should be fun.
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