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High school basketball: Shawnee girls beat Bishop McGuinness

by Ryan Aber Published: January 15, 2013
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photo - Edmond Santa Fe's Alaina Cooper, left, and Aahliyah Jackson go for the ball behind Mustang's Laci Joyner during a girls high school basketball game in Mustang, Okla., Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman
Edmond Santa Fe's Alaina Cooper, left, and Aahliyah Jackson go for the ball behind Mustang's Laci Joyner during a girls high school basketball game in Mustang, Okla., Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman

Junior Jordan Gilbert added 10 in Carl Albert's win.

HENRYETTA SNEAKS BY BETHEL

Henryetta's Makayla Blackbear scored 23 to lead the Knights to a 57-55 overtime win at Bethel.

Megan Tabor added 12 for Henryetta.

Bry Flanagan had a game-high 26 in the loss for Bethel.

PARKER LEADS PIEDMONT

Sarah Parker scored 22 points to help Class 5A No. 7 Piedmont to a 56-33 win over No. 14 Guthrie.

The Wildcats took control in the second quarter, turning a tie game after one into a 24-15 lead at halftime.

Breanu Reid added 11 for Piedmont. Melinda Murillo led Guthrie with 19.

BALANCED EFFORT HELPS ST. MARY

Bouncing back from a tough loss in the finals of the Charles K. Heatly Classic last weekend at Lindsay, Class 4A No. 6 St. Mary didn't have much of a problem with Northwest on Tuesday, winning 67-40.

The Rockets lead 30-14 at halftime then exploded for 29 points in the third quarter to lead 59-25.

Kaely Bond was the leading scorer with 17 as St. Mary had five players finish in double figures.

Jordan Braun added 13, Aimee Rischard and Adrienne Berry 11 and Brittany Davis scored 10.

Tyritta Dixon led the Lady Knights with 12.

BIG SECOND HALF LIFTS STAR SPENCER

Star Spencer started the game looking like it was going to blow out Centennial.

By halftime, it looked like it might be the Bobcats getting blown out.

But Star Spencer regained its composure in the second half, rolling to a 71-48 win at home.

After going up 19-9 after one, the Bobcats struggled in the second and Centennial went into the break leading 30-29.

But the second quarter wound up being the aberration as Star Spencer outscored the Bison 42-18 after the break to win big.

Lakeitha Watson scored 29 to lead Star Spencer, while Shatoya Bryson and Qiondra Jackson had 13 each.

OKARCHE GETS REVENGE

Just three days after falling to Thomas by one point in the finals of the Three Rivers Conference Tournament, Class A No. 1 Okarche didn't have much trouble with the Class 2A No. 9 Terriers on Tuesday, winning 52-35 on the road.

Morgan Vogt led the Warriors, who jumped to a 16-4 lead in the first quarter, with 19.

Madison Lee added 16.

TIP-INS

Kyeria Hannan scored 14 and Serithia Hawkins 12 as Class 6A No. 4 Southmoore beat No. 15 Edmond Memorial 61-43 on the road. ... Class 6A No. 16 Choctaw jumped all over No. 9 Putnam City North from the outset, outscoring the Panthers 16-2 in the first en route to a 48-28 win. Kylee Hicks and Jessica Madison had 10 each to lead the Yellow Jackets. ... Stephanie Agyemang and Grace Hadley had 15 points each as Bethany beat John Marshall 73-62. Taylor Hooks led the Bears with 19 points.

by Ryan Aber
OU Athletics Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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