SHAWNEE — Oklahoma swept the Faith 7 Bowl, which highlighted Oklahoma’s and Texas’ top rated seniors from the past high college ladies and boys basketball seasons.
The ladies took the courtroom first and Oklahoma continued its keep in the series, taking down Texas for the 3rd consecutive time. Oklahoma bested Texas 88-68 in Noble Field House on the Oklahoma Baptist College campus Saturday. Oklahoma fell two points shy of the Faith 7 record for most points scored by a women crew.
In a match that highlighted players across the condition, a starting trio from Course 4A point out winner Classen SAS experienced the most chemistry and it showed early as just 3 minutes into the sport, Micah Grey drove into the lane and tossed the ball to Jordan Harrison, who then flung a go powering her head to Darianna Littlepage-Buggs for a rating.
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The trio completed as the leading scorers of the video game. Grey, a Texas Southern commit, finished with 17 points and five steals. Grey knocked down a few 3-tips, which tied the file for the most manufactured in a Faith 7 game.
McDonald’s All-American and The Oklahoman’s Super 5 Player of the 12 months, Littlepage-Buggs recorded a 16-stage, 15-rebound double-double to go alongside with 4 blocks. Littlepage-Buggs’ 15 rebounds ended up the most ever in a Faith 7 activity.
Texas’ Vivian Gray earlier held the report with 13. Heritage Hall’s Abbie Winchester previously had the most for an Oklahoma squad with 12. Littlepage-Buggs, a Baylor signee, was named Most Precious Player.
“I’m pleased,” Littlepage-Buggs mentioned. “This is our final go-spherical so we took that into thought. Most people just came up and confirmed out.”
Harrison, a Stephen F. Austin signee, concluded with 14 factors, five helps and three steals.
Mustang’s Talia Pogi was the other double-figure scorer for Oklahoma. Pogi completed with 11 factors, heading 2-for-3 from at the rear of the 3-level line. Pogi also finished tied for next spot with Broken Arrow’s Taleyah Jones in the halftime 3-position contest. Texas’ Emma Kent won by one point. Pogi missed her initially six pictures just before knocking down 8 of her last nine on the ultimate racks.
“I was shooting a minimal (flat) at initial,” Pogi claimed. “But at the conclude, I claimed I have to abide by as a result of so I figured it out.”
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Oklahoma boys get down Texas
Oklahoma avenged final season’s blowout reduction by returning the favor this time about. Behind an remarkable shooting general performance, Oklahoma took down Texas 127-98. Oklahoma potential customers the sequence 38-22.
Texas had received the last two game titles in 2021 and 2019. The 2020 game was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tulsa Memorial’s Bradyn Hubbard completed with 24 factors and 15 rebounds to guide the Oklahoma squad. He was named Most Worthwhile Participant.
“It usually means a ton,” Hubbard said of profitable the award. “Especially due to the fact there’s so many wonderful gamers from Texas and Oklahoma in this. It meant a ton.”
Oklahoma had all but one participant rating in double-figures. Norman North’s Kevin Overton followed Hubbard with 19 details, eight helps and two blocks. Lawton MacArthur’s Arzhonte Dallas added 16 points, 6 rebounds and four assists.
Tulsa Washington’s Aaron Potter had 14 details, 12 rebounds and six helps.
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Oklahoma finishes second in dunk contest
Halftime of the boys game highlighted a dunk contest involving a pick team of athletes.
Texas’ Robert Hall received the contest on whole points following completing all a few of his dunks. Midwest City’s Jacobi Sebock may possibly have had the ideal dunks but immediately after failing to dunk his closing try, he arrived in next.
Sebock opened the contest with a reverse double-pump slam and adopted it with a concerning the legs dunk. On his third dunk, Sebock experienced Frierson toss the ball up all-around the rim, wherever Sebock attempted to dunk and pressure his arm in the goal as perfectly. But Sebock just fell shorter of finishing the slam.
“That last dunk I was seeking to do the honey-dip, the Vince Carter,” Sebock explained with a smile. “But we only got two makes an attempt and I could not get it. But I assumed my other two ended up rather excellent that you ordinarily really don’t see superior schoolers undertaking in Oklahoma. So, I considered that would enable out a minimal little bit, but they stated that he finished all three dunks.”
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