Posted On: 12/29/15 1:02 PM

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Championship Game

Midwest City vs Harrah

3rd Place 

Union vs Edison

5th Place

Fort Cobb-Broxton vs Preston 

Seventh Place 

Atoka vs OKAY 10:30

Semifinals 

Harrah 47 Union 41

Kellen Manek led the charge for the Panthers scoring a game high 26 points. The duo of Kellen and Brady Manek was unstoppable on Tuesday as they combined for 39 of the Panthers 47 points. Union 2017 Forwards Ethan Chargois and Adrian Rodriguez fought foul trouble throughout the evening. Chargois fouled out with 8 points in the forth quarter with 50 seconds left. The Manek brothers have Harrah in the Tournament of Champions Championship game for the first time in school history. Harrah will take on Midwest City.

Midwest City 71 Edison 62

Midwest City kept Edison at a distance for most of the night, but the Eagles had a late charge to make it close in the Tournament of Champions Semifinals. Ultimately, Midwest City was able to get a victory over Edison behind the play of Keyshawn Embery. He scored a game high 28 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in the win. The Bombers will now have the task of handling the Manek brothers of Harrah inside. The Championship game should be filled with excitement on Wednesday night.

Consolation 

OKAY 64 Preston 80

Preston came out on fire on Tuesday morning at the Tournament of Champions. 2017 Forward Koby Goodman led the way for Preston with 24 points and 8 rebounds. Preston advances to the fifth place game to play Fort Cobb. OKAY will play the early game on Wednesday against Atoka.

Fort Cobb 91 Atoka 74

Fort Cobb came out on fire from three-point range. Greyden Steinmetz led the way for the Mustangs scoring a game high 34 points in the win. Fort Cobb advances to the fifth place game against Preston. Atoka will play OKAY in the early game on Wednesday.

First Round

Midwest City 80 Preston 63 

Midwest City came out firing behind 2018 Point Guard Keyshawn Embery. He scored the first eight points for the Bombers, Embery would finish with a game high 25 points. Richard Anderson had a big day for the Bombers posting 21 points on the morning. Jadon Huffman and Zachary Pinkston had a monster games for Preston scoring 21 points each.The Bombers overpowered Preston, but the Pirates put up a good fight. Midwest City defeated Preston 80-63 to advance to the semifinals.

Edison 71 OKAY 56

In the second game of the day Edison held off a late charge from OKAY. The Eagles had a very balanced attack with Stefone Richardson, Juwan Anderson, and Eli Edwards leading the way. Anderson shot the ball extremely well from behind the arc. OKAY played up to their competition playing hard until the final buzzer rang. OKAY will be tough to beat in Class A if they can continue their level of play they brought on Monday afternoon. Darius Riggs is a player to watch out for at OKAY. He shot the ball very well from three. Edison will take on Midwest City in the Semifinals tomorrow. OKAY will play in the early session against Preston on Tuesday.

Atoka 58 Harrah 64

Harrah outlasted Atoka in easily the best game of the day at the Tournament of Champions. The Manek brothers lifted the Panthers to victory scoring a combined 39 points and pulling down 17 rebounds. 2016 Atoka Power Forward Bishop Coulter had a huge game scoring a game high 24 points and 14 rebounds. Despite, Coulter’s efforts Harrah was able to score clutch baskets late leading them to an opening round victory. Tomorrow Harrah will play in the Semifinals on the campus of Oral Roberts at 4:00pm.

Union 60 Fort Cobb-Broxton 48

 Fort Cobb put up a great fight against the Class 6A Union Redskins, but the Redskins were to much for Fort Cobb. 2017 Point Guard Cameron Hines had a nice game for Fort Cobb in the loss. 2016 Union Shooting Guard Nile Felton was on fire from behind the arc. 2017 Power Forward Ethan Chargois and Adrian Rodriguez were to much for Fort Cobb inside. Union will take on Harrah on Tuesday at 4:00pm.