Posted On: 03/2/18 11:36 PM
The Class A State Semi-Finals took place Friday and we had 2 great games. The 1st matchup was between Fort Cobb-Broxton and Cyril. The Mustangs came out on top after a missed final shot by Cyril. The 2nd game was between Rattan and Frontier.
This article is for showcasing the best shooters from the Class A Semi-Finals. Whether it be from behind the arc or mid-range these guys can’t be left an inch to shoot.
Cason McLemore: Cyril 2019 G
McLemore was electric against Fort Cobb-Broxton. The junior had a game high 19 points, but it was his ability to knock down clutch after clutch shot that really made me say wow. McLemore 5 3-pointers in the game and could not be left open at all.
Kesston Mowdy: Fort Cobb-Broxton 2018 G
Mowdy scored a team high 13 points for the Mustangs and was the team’s best shooter on the day. The senior guard had 3 3-pointers and it was the range that really stood out. Mowdy showed that he isn’t afraid to take any open shot whether it even be from 25 feet.
Nolan Childs: Frontier 2018 G
Childs carried the Mustangs squad in their Semi-Final matchup against Rattan. The senior guard had a team high 24 points and was a threat every time he touched the ball. Childs will need to continue to score at a high level if Frontier wants to win a gold ball.
Keegan Bohanan: Rattan 2018 G
Bohanan was on fire and tallied 25 points shooting 8/14 from the field. The senior guard couldn’t be stopped and put Rattan in a prime position to upset Frontier. Bohanan carried so much of the load that he ended up running out of energy late.
Toche Taylor: Rattan 2018 G
Taylor scored a game high 28 points including a 3 towards the end that gave Rattan a lead with 6 seconds left. The senior guard was in foul trouble for most of the 1st half and ended up fouling out early into overtime. Taylor had to be guarded tightly the whole night, yet was still able to make difficult shots.