The Bombers cut the lead to 38-33 in the final minutes, but Memorial closed with a 9-1 run to end it.
“That was a learning situation, because we haven't been up, where we had to run some clock, but still be aggressive,” Peeler said. “I'm proud that they figured it out, made some adjustments and stayed aggressive.”
Andee Decker added 10 points for Memorial. Kara Partridge had 15 for Midwest City.
HICKS LIFTS CHOCTAW IN OT
Choctaw's Kylee Hicks was 7 of 8 from the free-throw line in overtime, helping lift the Yellowjackets to a 47-44 win at Yukon.
Hicks scored 15 points, all after halftime, to lead Choctaw. Sydney Wyatt added 14.
Yukon's Audrey Hayes hit a pair of free throws with less than two seconds remaining to send the game into overtime.
Abby Boyd led Yukon with 14 points.
CLASSEN COMES BACK TO KNOCK OFF DOUGLASS
Kennedy Williams had 19 points, and Maya Thompson added 12 as Classen erased a first-half deficit to beat Douglass 39-38.
Classen trailed 24-20 at halftime but took control in the third, outscoring the Trojans 11-4 to take the lead.
Nia Stepeny had 17 to lead Douglass.
Millwood scored 37 points in the first quarter and beat U.S. Grant 104-14. Teanna Reid led the Falcons with 19. Three Millwood players outscored U.S. Grant by themselves. ... Gioya Carter had 24 points, 14 in the first half, as Carl Albert beat Harrah 55-41. Daesha Pearson added 17. ... Shawnta Johnson and Kinsey Reeves combined for 41 points as Hennessey beat Watonga 65-41. Johnson led the Eagles with 22, while Reeves added 19. ... Lanesia Williams had 18, T'ona Edwards 16 and Chanel Akins 14 as Northeast beat Star Spencer 69-47. ... Erika Wakefield and Carter Cloud combined for 51 points in Heritage Hall's 73-31 blowout of John Marshall. Wakefield had 28 and Cloud 23. Heritage Hall led 23-6 after one.