Mount St. Mary girls get first tournament win

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BETHANY — Mount St. Mary learned from last season's heartache. After falling in the Class 4A quarterfinals to Perkins-Tryon last season in the first state tournament appearance in program history, the Rockets experienced a new high Thursday night.

Edmond Santa Fe runs past Broken Arrow

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SKIATOOK — Edmond Santa Fe got off to a good start in its quest for a third consecutive Class 6A state title.

Courtney Walker lifts Edmond Santa Fe to title

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Alie Decker scores 14 points for Edmond Memorial in title game loss

Kaylan Mayberry leads Tulsa Washington past Southmoore

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The Lady Hornets' point guard took over beginning late in the third quarter, helping lead them to a 59-48 win over Southmoore in the first round of the Class 6A girls basketball state tournament.

Deer Creek holds off Collinsville

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Whitney Jones put back her own missed shot with 23.1 seconds left to give Deer Creek the lead, then made a steal at the other end to preserve the second-ranked Antlers' 42-40 victory over Collinsville.

Tulsa East Central advances with win over Del City

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Ariel Williams broke a tie with a steal and layup with 19.2 seconds left, then sank two free throws with 5.6 seconds remaining as Tulsa East Central survived in the first round of the Class 5A girls state tournament with a hard-fought 54-50 decision over Del City.

McGuinness beats Tulsa Edison

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Tulsa Edison overcame a 12-point deficit, then lost the lead as it suffered a 51-46 loss to Bishop McGuinness in the first round of the Class 5A state tournament on Thursday.

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