Oklahoma signee Jordan Woodard has battled through hamstring issues throughout much of the season.
Tuesday night at Del City, Woodard suffered another setback. He left in the first quarter and did not return as the Bulldogs built a big lead and hung on for a 70-62 win.
It wasn't immediately clear how serious the injury to Woodard is.
The Bulldogs led by 16 after three, but the Eagles cut it to as little as six in the final minute before Memorial put the game away.
Wichita State signee Shaq Morris scored 21 points, 13 in the third quarter, to lead Memorial. Aaron Young added 16 and Sam Kreutzer 16 in the win.
“They fought back on it,” Morris said. “We wanted to work it inside-out and we did it for the most part, but we got out of it for awhile, and that cost us.”
Brett Cannon scored 25 for Del City, including 10 in the fourth.
MEMORIAL GIRLS DOWN EAGLES IN OT
Edmond Memorial had struggled with its free throws for much of the game, but in overtime, Jessica Foster came through with some clutch shots from the line to lift the Bulldogs to a 49-44 overtime win over Del City.
“It's nice to see how they go out in crunch time and make shots like that,” Memorial coach Dandy Peeler said. “Every game, we're learning something new right now. I want them to own their mistakes when they make them, and we've got to work harder, but it's getting better.”
The win snapped a three-game losing streak for Memorial, which will play Durant at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Ada tournament.
Memorial led by as many as eight late in the third, but a pair of big 3-pointers from Dionna Collins late in the quarter helped put the Eagles back in the game.
Breail Goodlow hit a 3-pointer with 2.1 seconds left in regulation to force overtime.
Andee Decker led Memorial with 16, while Jenny Roy added 14.
Foster had seven but also came up with several critical plays down the stretch.
“She doesn't do a lot that shows up on the stat sheet, but she played really well for us,” Peeler said. “She's a short post, so she has to find ways to make things happen, and she did it tonight. She came out with a lot of offensive rebounds.”
BURNETT WINS NO. 500
Perkins-Tryon coach Jerry Burnett won his 500th game as a varsity girls coach in the Lady Demons' 60-52 win over Kingfisher on Tuesday night.
Burnett, who has been at the school for 21 years, has a career record of 500-165.
Perkins, No. 2 in Class 3A, is off to an 11-0 start.
Tuesday's game was its closest of the season.
PIRATES EDGE PC WEST IN OT
RichMarr Smith scored four of Putnam City's 10 points in overtime as the Pirates held off Putnam City West 57-52 at home.
Smith entered overtime with just three points but turned it up in the extra period.
The Pirates led by six going into the fourth, but Omega Harris hit a 3-pointer to tie it with 45 seconds left, and neither team scored again in regulation.
David Bush and Ronnie Boyce each scored 19 for Putnam City, with 15 of Boyce's points coming after halftime.
Orlando Goldsmith just missed a triple-double, with 10 blocks, 13 rebounds and eight points.
Harris scored 18 for the Patriots.
NORTHEAST HOLDS OFF MILLWOOD
Northeast's Shawndale Pina had 17 of his 25 points in the second half as the Vikings boys used a big fourth quarter to down Millwood, 55-50, at home.
The Falcons led 43-37 going into the fourth before Northeast took control, outscoring Millwood 18-7 in the fourth.
Pina had seven points in the fourth and hit all three of his free throws.
Ashford Golden led Millwood with 19 points.
Wild comeback lifts McLoud
With 25 seconds to go, McLoud's boys trailed by four, but a dizzying comeback lifted the Redskins to a 44-43 win over Bethel at home.
Jacob Magruder hit a 3-pointer with 20 seconds left to cut it to one, then 10 seconds later, Joseph Wood's steal kept McLoud's hopes alive.
Magruder missed the initial shot by Michael Byington's short jumper as time wound down gave McLoud the win.
Magruder led the Redskins with 15, 10 in the second half.
Garrett Fitzgerald had 17 to lead Bethel.
MASSEY LEADS CHA
Senior guard Maclayn Massey scored 32 points to lead Christian Heritage's girls to a 56-43 win over Luther on the road.
Elizabeth Tracy added 10 for CHA.
Jerrick Warren had 17 and J.T. McFadden 15 in the Guthrie boys' 53-52 win over Noble. ... Larisha Chandler scored 23 and Tyritta Dixon added 17 in the Northwest girls' 55-24 win over U.S. Grant. ... Morgan Vogt had 19, Madison Lee 18 and Madi Grellner 12 in the Okarche girls' 58-38 win over Cashion. The only other player to score for Okarche was Kenadey Grellner, who scored nine. ... Breck Clark scored 25 and Lexes Satterwhite added 15 in the Dale girls' 60-38 win over Wellston. ... Deangelo Smith, Dior Smiley and Trevon Threatt each scored 16 as Douglass' boys beat Star Spencer 90-53. ... Tecumseh's Alan Brewer scored 31 in the Savages' 76-62 win over Ada. Easton Pingleton scored 18 for Ada. ... Okarche's Sam Grellner and John Schaefer scored 12 each in a 51-43 win over Cashion.