Sophomore Keondre Jones led McLain (16-10) with 12 points and Nick Foster added nine. Anadarko got 13 from Shaw and 11 from Galen Satoe. The Warriors concluded the season at 24-4.
Getting to the gym turned out to be as complicated as winning the game Thursday. The team bus hit some traffic coming over from its hotel, which was located near State Fair Arena, and the team walked onto the court for pregame warmups 15 minutes before tipoff. The Titans looked lethargic at times in the first half, and trailed Anadarko virtually all day.
“You could tell at the beginning, but we picked up the intensity level after halftime, after I chewed them out a little bit,” Love said. “It’s our time. It’s my fourth year coaching at McLain, our third year at state. We really think we can get this.”