Edmond Memorial: Jordan Woodard grows up...
By Robert Przybylo
The Edmond Memorial boys basketball team started the week with a statement win at Midwest City and closed it out with an Edmond Open championship.
Sparked by Obi Emegano and Jordan Woodard, the Bulldogs defeated rival Edmond Santa Fe in the championship 57-41 on Saturday night at Memorial.
Emegano and Woodward each had 19 points in the victory, while Josh Richardson and Aaron Anderson each had 12 points for the Wolves.
- Santa Fe is going to be good, but it needs a true point guard. There is no Drew Hall or Mahlon Jones on this team, but they’re going to have to find something that is like the equivalent.
- Hadn’t seen him a while and forgot what an athletic freak Josh Richardson is. He had a dunk that I can do no justice. Don’t know how he found the space to do it, but that’s Josh.
- For me, the story was Jordan Woodard. A sophomore who really got his first taste of varsity pressure this week. He admitted as much after the game, how crucial this week was for him personally. Now he knows he can compete on the big stage with the big boys.
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