King leads Norman girls past Lawton again; Clash up next
In its last warmup before Friday’s Crosstown Clash at Norman North, Norman’s girls basketball team took care of Lawton Tuesday night. Oklahoma State signee Kendra Suttles scored a game-high 20 points for the Wolverines, but Norman had three players in double figures and won 53-45.
The game was much closer than the Tigers’ 20-point triumph over Lawton in the season opener. But one thing that was the same in the two games was the stellar play of Kamra King. King led Norman with 17 points, while Jeannie Ramon added 11 for the 6A No. 4 Tigers. A 16-9 second quarter put Norman up 30-20 at the break and the Tigers never trailed from there.
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