High schools: Both Big All-City basketball games won by the East
Del City girls standout Toni Smith put on a show one last time on her home court.
DEL CITY'S SMITH GOES OUT IN STYLE
Del City's Toni Smith put on a show in the last game on her home court. And she received some help from her Midwest City neighbors.
Smith scored 10 points as part of a 32-point first quarter for the East, which grabbed an early lead and never looked back in a 96-59 rout of the West.
Bishop McGuinness' Elyse Hight had eight points, and Midwest City's Reagan Widener had seven for the East in the opening period.
The Midwest City triple-threat of Widener, Ashley Clark and Carolee Dillard each scored in double figures as the East ultimately threatened to crack the 100-point mark.
Hight finished with 18 points, while Smith and Widener had 17 points apiece.
The West was led by Alie Decker of Edmond Memorial, who had seven of her 16 points in the fourth quarter. Kaui Kanahele of Edmond Santa Fe added 12.
BOYS: EAST 92, WEST 85
In a game full of fast-paced action, the East boys used a flurry of 3-pointers to come out on top.
Seven different players combined to make 11 treys for the East, which slowly built its lead over the second half.
The East used balanced scoring, getting six or more points from five different players off the 15-man roster. Norman's Rico Hogan led the way with nine points, while Matt Ross from McGuinness and U.S. Grant's Anthony Hartfield had eight apiece.
The West was led by El Reno's Conner Haydon with 13 points, while Edmond Memorial's Terrell Savala added 10.
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