Bulldogs coach Shane Cowherd said his current squad is much different than last year's team, at least right now.
“Last year, I was working with four starters that had been a significant part of our program for multiple years,” Cowherd said. “In December, we were clicking on all cylinders.
“This group is not clicking on all cylinders, but that's good. We are winning games, finding ways to be successful, and we are nowhere close to hitting our ceiling.”
The Huskies had three players in double figures in scoring: Carlbe Ervin with 17, Ed Baker with 15 and David Montgomery with 10.
Edmond North reached the championship game with victories over Lawton Eisenhower and Edmond Santa Fe.
The Huskies (4-2) now have won as many games this season as they did all of last year.
“Memorial is going to play in a lot of these tournament finals and big games,” said Huskies coach Steven Goss, who is in his first season at Edmond North.
“This is our first big game in probably four years. We are happy to see things going in the right direction.”