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Boys basketball roundup: Putnam City rallies past PC West

by Scott Wright Published: February 14, 2012


To celebrate their salute to the Dunjee Tigers, Star Spencer rallied with a 25-point fourth quarter to defeat U.S. Grant 66-64.

Star Spencer was wearing blue and gold Dunjee Tigers jerseys in a tribute to the old Oklahoma City school that closed 40 years ago.

Symon Smith scored 11 of his team-best 19 points in the fourth quarter as Star overcame the Generals.

Anthony Hartfield scored 26 points to lead U.S. Grant.


Nicco Meadows had 19 points and Josh Thompson had 11 as Capitol Hill defeated Centennial 52-49.

Capitol Hill outscored the Bison 20-14 in the fourth quarter for the win.

Bethany wins 21st straight

Another balanced scoring effort led Bethany to a 69-33 rout of Kingfisher for its 21st consecutive victory. The Bronchos got 13 points apiece from Garrett McGrady and Ryley Claborn, and Drew Jones added nine.


Brothers James and Jordan Woodard combined for 47 points in Edmond Memorial's 79-44 rout of Norman North... Levi Lum and Zach Laurie had 15 points apiece as Mustang defeated Edmond North 58-50... Joe Summers' 21 points led Putnam City North past Choctaw 64-52... Quinton Paras had 25 points to power Lawton MacArthur to a 75-63 upset of Class 5A No. 1 Carl Albert... El Reno escaped with a 66-57 overtime victory against Piedmont.

by Scott Wright
A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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