Boneman's top moments: Nos. 10-6
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10. Putnam City’s LaShawn Jones leads Pirates to memorable triple overtime win against Choctaw — Putnam City just had a string of bad luck throughout the year. Nobody wants to be labeled the best ‘bad’ team, but Putnam City was a solid club. In this game, Jones was sensational in scoring 26 points and swatting shot after shot in helping PC eliminate the Yellowjackets.
9. The first day of the MLB Draft — Oh, I hate being prisoner of the moment, but I admit from 6:20 p.m. to 6:50 p.m. Monday was some exciting stuff. Owasso star Dylan Bundy was selected with the fourth pick of the draft by the Orioles, while Broken Arrow’s Archie Bradley was seventh by the Diamondbacks. And then later in the night Deer Creek’s Michael Fulmer went 44th to the Mets. It was cool seeing Bradley and Bundy on MLB Network and that smile from Bradley that couldn’t be surgically removed.
8. Bryan Dutton, Kentrell Brothers put on a show in win at Carl Albert — 40-14, that’s all the Bluejays remembered from the year before. It was a rout at Jelsma. Now at Carl Albert, Guthrie returned the favor with a 32-14 victory. Dutton threw for 233 yards and five touchdowns, while Brothers had four of those touchdowns. You could argue the game wasn’t that
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