OKLAHOMA CITY —
One of those recipients was Lindy Waters, who hit several big threes in the second half and finished with a season-high 24 points, while Dickinson also poured in 24 to go along with five rebounds and three assists.
Walking away from the tournament with two wins and a narrow but encouraging loss to Edmond North, Roberts said his team made clear progress over the weekend.
“The freshmen, those two guys have played in so many big games they’re light years ahead mentally than what their age suggests,” Roberts said. “Not much fazes those two. In a way, I think the juniors have grown up some to catch up to them.”
North doesn’t get much time off. The T-Wolves host Del City Monday in a make-up game that was postponed due to the football team’s run to the state title game back in November.
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