The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


February 8, 2013

Postseason opens in state

Staff reports

DRUMMOND — Covington-Douglas’ boys used a tip-in at the buzzer to defeat Davenport 53-52 in a Class A district basketball tournament Friday.

The Wildcats (10-13) got 17 points from Quenten Thayer and 14 points from Dylan Daugherty to advance to tonight’s finals against host Drummond (21-4).

In the girls game, Covington-Douglas got 13 points from Hailey Kaiser to beat host Drummond 31-19.

The Lady Wildcats (6-17) will play Davenport at 6:30 tonight in the finals. It’s the first time since 2007 the Lady Wildcats have reached the regional tournament.

Drummond (9-17) was led by Brittney Miller and McKenna Morrison with four points.



OKARCHE — Katie Davis scored 23 points as Kremlin-Hillsdale (8-16) beat Ringwood 58-47 in a Class A district elimination game.

The Lady Broncs used a 17-9 second-quarter run to take a 31-16 halftime lead and never looked back. They will play No. 1-ranked Okarche at 6:30 tonight in the finals.

Lizzy Shaffer had 13 points for Ringwood, which finished the season at 4-19.



OKARCHE — Moses Barcenas scored 19 points as Ringwood eliminated Kremlin-Hillsdale in a first-round Class A district tournament game.

The Red Devils  (11-12) raced out to a 19-8 first-quarter lead and never looked back. They will play No. 15 Okarche tonight.

Andre Lizer the Broncs (1-23) with 20 points.



CHEROKEE — Medford outscored Cherokee’s girls 4-3 in overtime to beat the host team 39-38 in a Class A district elimination game Friday.

The Lady Cardinals (9-14) were led by Shelby Quinlan with 14 points.  Nicole Unruh led the Lady Chiefs (11-12) with 15 points.

Medford will play Seiling (12-9) in the finals at 6:30 tonight.



CHEROKEE — Josh Argraves scored 13 and Grant DeWitt added 10 as Cherokee’s boys eliminated Medford 37-22 in a Class A district game. It was a repeat of the Cherokee Strip Tournament championship game.

The 22 points was the lowest scoring ouput of the season for the Cardinals (10-13). The Chiefs (18-5) will play Seiling (15-6)  tonight in the finals.

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