High school basketball: Putnam City North girls beat Edmond North in triple overtime
MIDWEST CITY ROLLS
Midwest City's Daryck Jones scored 16, Kesean Brown added 14 and Louis Parker added 10 as Midwest City's boys blew out Norman 73-38 at home.
The Bombers jumped out to a big lead early, outscoring the Tigers 16-6 in the first quarter.
PRINCE LEADS NORMAN NORTH
Fresh off Norman North's Class 6A football runner-up season, Peyton Prince scored 22 to lead the Timberwolves to an 83-76 win over Moore.
Freshman Marcus Dickinson added 16 as five Norman North players scored in double figures.
AVANTS LEADS DEER CREEK
Deer Creek used a big fourth quarter to come from behind for a 51-47 win over Shawnee on the road.
Conner Avants scored 19, and Tyler Haddock added 11 as Deer Creek erased a 34-32 lead after three.
Theo Berry scored 14 to lead Shawnee.
TRIER SCORES 49
Allonzo Trier did just about all he could but it wasnt quite enough for Tulsa NOAH. Trier, a sophomore who transferred to NOAH from the Oklahoma City Storm before the season, scored 49 points in an 87-82 loss to Tulsa Memorial. Trier is considered one of the top 50 prospects in the country for the 2015 class and already has offers from a group that includes Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Tulsa, ORU, Wichita State and Houston among others.
GIRLS JUMP SHOTS
Carl Albert trailed by nine at halftime, but the Titans outscored Piedmont 30-18 after the break to come out with a 50-47 win on the road. ... Norman North's Bri Kuestersteffen scored 18 pints to lead the Timberwolves to a 64-47 win at Moore. ... Classen's Kennedy Williams scored 24 in a 47-37 win over Southeast. ... St. Mary's beat U.S. Grant 76-7. The Rockets led 22-0 after one and 41-2 at halftime.
BOYS JUMP SHOTS
McLoud's boys overcame a six-point halftime deficit and dominated overtime, beating Perkins 55-48. Michael Byington scored 15 to lead McLoud, while Klayton Adams added 14. ... Evan Anderson scored 20 to lead Dale to a 52-37 win over Bethel. ... David Bush scored 16 as Putnam City beat Yukon 66-46.
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