Trey Ayala made seven 3-pointers and finished with 27 points to lead Westmoore to a 70-63 win over Norman North.
Ayala had 16 points in the second half. Teammate Dillon Thompson added 22 for the Jaguars, who improved to 13-6.
Kairo Rutledge led Norman North with 16 points.
JENNINGS BROTHERS POWER HARRAH
Harrah brothers Austin and Collin Jennings made Austin's final home game a special one, combining for 41 points to lead the Panthers to a 72-53 win over Shawnee.
Austin Jennings scored 22 and Collin added 21, and the brother duo had 25 of Harrah's 35 second-half points.
WOODARD SCORES 23 IN RETURN
Back from a severe hamstring injury, Jordan Woodard led Edmond Memorial with 23 points in a 73-59 win over Norman. Woodard, an Oklahoma signee, has missed games on two occasions because of the injury. Tyler Holcomb had 17 points and Shaquille Morris had 12 for second-ranked Edmond Memorial, which improved to 17-2.
DEL CITY'S CANNON BREAKS ARM IN LOSS
A strong second half lifted Southmoore to a 65-54 win over Del City, but the Eagles lost much more than the game. Junior guard Brett Cannon suffered a broken arm and will likely be out for the season. It's the second straight year that Cannon has suffered a broken bone in February.
Travis Stark, a 6-foot-6 senior forward, scored 40 points in Bethel's 76-39 win over Little Axe. ... Cornell Neal scored 27 points as Midwest City cruised past Moore 88-52. ... Jared Price scored 25 for Carl Albert in a 78-58 win over Ardmore. ... Malik Foxx had 13 points to lead Class 3A No. 1 Centennial past Class 5A No. 3 Southeast 59-56, despite 28 points from Rashawn Thomas. ... Four Heritage Hall players scored in double-figures, led by Chris Hamilton with 15, in a 65-48 win over Mount St. Mary. ... John Moon, a 6-foot-11 senior, had 19 points as Crescent defeated Okarche 50-27.