Posted On: 01/18/19 11:02 PM

The Southmoore SaberCats advanced to 9-5 on Friday night with a 64-50 victory over Norman. Neither team led by more than 7 points entering the fourth quarter, creating an exciting game with plenty of talent to watch from both squads. Here are the seven the most intriguing prospects from the game:

Jordan Thompson 2020 Southmoore point guard

Jordan Thompson led both teams in scoring on Friday night and was undoubtedly the most valuable player in the win. Thompson dropped 21 for the SaberCats, 10 of which came in the fourth quarter. Though he struggled to get the separation he wanted to knock down shots early, he used the dribble, settled in, and cashed out late in the game to extend the Southmoore lead out of Norman’s reach.

Jonah Paden 2020 Norman wing

Jonah Paden was probably the best player in the loss for the Tigers on Friday night. He led the Tigers in scoring with 17 points, 9 of which came from 3-pointers. He had a hand in the Tigers’ offensive and defensive success, grabbing rebounds and playing physical to score for NHS. His lateral footwork was a weapon for the Tigers. Paden has continued to

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