The Norman Transcript


December 18, 2013

SaberCats show grit in win over T-Wolves

Prep roundup: North boys and both Moore teams earn victories



Southmoore’s Chelvin Webb drove the court and heaved up a 3-pointer that banged off the backboard.

Waters led all scorers with 18. Dickinson added 17 points.

Bean led the SaberCats with 17 points. Brandon Mosby chipped in with 9.


Edmond Memorial boys 66, Norman High 39: The Bulldogs are ranked No. 3 in the state by the Class 6A’s coaches and offered why Tuesday night inside the NHS Gym, approaching doubling up a game bunch of Tigers.

NHS made two different runs after falling well behind, coming back from 27-7 down to within 29-18 in the second quarter, and pushing back from 46-25 to within 46-33. Each time, Memorial pushed back to retake control.

Ashton Antwine led the Bulldogs with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Taylor Hicks added 15 points and Jacob Essman knocked down 10.

The Tigers were led by Michael Kish’s 10 points. Savon Foley added nine off the bench and Cooper Clark was limited to seven points.


Moore boys 69, No. 3 Del City 65

The Lions flew out to a 40-28 halftime lead and held off the surging Eagles in the second half.

Jaylin Wilson posted 23 points for Moore, who have now won three games in a row. The Lions and SaberCats face-off Friday in a make up game.


No. 3 Midwest City boys 71, No. 19 Westmoore 51

The Jaguars suffered their first defeat of the season against the seventh ranked Bombers.

Tripp Fuller had 13 points in a losing effort.


Moore girls 63, No. 10 Del City 45

The Lady Lions led Del City by seven heading into the fourth quarter. But they used a 16-5 run to blow the lady Eagles away in the final period.

Amanda Patterson led the charge with 22 points as Moore earned its second victory of the season.


No. 6 Midwest city girls 55, No. 18 Westmoore 49

The Lady Jaguars were outscored in each quarter by the Lady Bombers until the fourth quarter. Even though Westmoore outscored MWC 15-11 in the final period, but it wasn't enough to earn the win.

Ashley Gomez paced Westmoore with 21 points. Callie Palmer added 10.


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