High school notebook: Bombers ranked nationally

Midwest City has won each of its first six games by 25 or more points. The Bombers reached triple digits in a 101-72 victory over Mustang in the Mid-Del Holiday Classic.
By Ryan Aber and Scott Wright Published: January 3, 2013
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Carl Albert coach Jay Price has put his Titans up against a tough schedule to begin the season, with hopes of making their sixth state tournament appearance in the last seven years.

At 6-1 and ranked No. 1 in Class 5A, the Titans took fifth place in the Ardmore Holiday Festival last week, suffering their only loss of the season in overtime to Norman North.

Price is leaning on a pair of seniors, Javeion Gray and Jared Price, the team's only returning starters. But younger players like Cameron Warren have provided a lift as well.

Warren had 38 points and 17 rebounds against Ardmore in the fifth place game.

The Titans host Chickasha on Friday night before turning their attention to the Anadarko Tournament next week.

STATE BASEBALL TEAMS HEADING TO FLORIDA

Westmoore won't be the only state team in the 20th Annual Aggie Classic baseball tournament in Pensacola, Fla., in March.

The Jaguars will be joined by seven other Oklahoma schools in the tournament, which runs March 18-21.

Class 6A defending champions Edmond North will be in the Cardinal Pool, joined by Tulsa Washington, Grove, Tahlequah and Jay.

Westmoore, Norman North and Claremore are in the Grey Pool.

They'll be joined by six Florida teams, three Tennessee teams, two Alabama teams and one team from Arkansas.

BY RYAN ABER AND SCOTT WRIGHT