Boys basketball: Midwest City wins 1-vs.-2 showdown
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Daron Mims came off the bench to lead Santa Fe with 19, while Curran Scott added 16, 10 in the first quarter.
PC WEST KNOCKS OFF EDMOND NORTH
Putnam City West was able to overcome a 36-point outing from No. 10 Edmond North's Carlbe Ervin for a 92-83 victory.
Fourteenth-ranked PC West got 22 points apiece from Omega Harris and Latron Jolly, with Tyson Jolly adding 20.
FRESHMEN CARRY MUSTANG
Freshman guard Jakolby Long had 28 points and 10 rebounds to lead Mustang to a 76-61 win over Putnam City North. Austin Meyers, another Mustang freshman, had 11 points and 17 rebounds in the win.
PC North was led by T.J. Jones with 18 points.
PRICE'S JUMPER LIFTS CARL ALBERT
Jared Price hit a 15-foot jump shot with 3.6 seconds left to give Carl Albert a 52-50 win over Harrah.
Price had 12 of his team-high 18 points in the second half. Harrah was led by Colin Jennings, who scored 18 of his 26 points after halftime.
GUTHRIE TOPS DEER CREEK
Deer Creek's Joel Blumenthal scored 34 points, but it wasn't enough for the Antlers in a 64-54 loss to Guthrie.
The Bluejays were led by Jerrick Warren with 20 points.
Douglass' Stephen Clark scored 52 points in a 116-28 win over Classen SAS, giving him at least 40 points in four straight games. ... Southeast forward Rashawn Thomas had 41 points in a 106-53 win over Northwest Classen. ... Four Heritage Hall players scored in double-figures in a 71-49 win over John Marshall. ... Chauncey Collins scored 31 points as the OKC Storm defeated Mount St. Mary 76-59. ... Tim Tullis scored 24 points in Western Heights' 60-56 overtime victory against El Reno. ... Brett Budke scored 25 and Rico Thompson had 22 as Stillwater nipped Ponca City 65-60 in overtime.
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