With the return of point guard Jordan Woodard from injury, second-ranked Edmond Memorial rebounded from its first loss of the season with a 75-58 win over Norman North Friday night.
Aaron Young and Shaquille Morris had 15 points apiece, while Sam Kreutzer added 13 for the second-ranked Bulldogs. Woodard, an Oklahoma signee, had nine points as Memorial improved to 8-1.
Four Norman North players scored in double figures, led by Payton Prince with 15.
STILLWATER UPSETS EDMOND NORTH
The Stillwater boys notched their second win over a top-five team this season with an 86-77 upset of No. 5 Edmond North.
Rico Thompson scored 19 points, and five other players reached double figures for Stillwater, which previously defeated then-No. 5 Lawton Eisenhower in December.
Three Edmond North players had at least 19 points, led by Tyler Sanders with 22.
NORTHEAST BOYS ROLL
Class 2A's No. 1 boys team took down a ranked 5A squad as Northeast defeated Capitol Hill 59-43.
Tyus Johnson and Dashawn Watson had 19 points apiece for Northeast, which jumped to a 21-14 lead in the first quarter and continued to pull away.
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