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Class 6A girls state basketball notebook: Can anyone beat Edmond Santa Fe?

Once again, Santa Fe is the clear favorite coming into this week's tournament. The Wolves are 23-1. Their only loss came in the season's second game against Putnam City.
by Ryan Aber Published: March 3, 2013

Edmond Memorial sophomore tandem Jenny Roy and Andee Decker handle plenty of the offensive scoring load for the Bulldogs.

In the last few games leading up to the state tournament, though, senior Kaleigh Troxell has been hot.

“She's had three good games coming into this week,” Memorial coach Dandy Peeler said. “It's been my challenge to the role players to improve their game in the playoffs and she's definitely done that.”

Troxell moved to point guard this year and has proved to be a versatile threat, whether driving to the basket, finding Roy and Decker or hitting the 15-foot jumper.

“She's also had to defend the other team's best player a lot of the times lately,” Peeler said. “We've made some adjustments and when we've moved Jenny inside, Kaleigh has had to play a bigger role in defending the perimeter.”


Norman North's top seven players are all underclassmen. … Tulsa Union has played five of the teams in the state tournament, going 4-4. … Broken Arrow starts a pair of freshmen, including 5-foot-3 guard Alexis Goulden, who averages 7 points per game.

by Ryan Aber
OU Athletics Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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