Posted On: 03/7/19 6:47 PM

Below is a roundup from the 2019 OSSAA 6A State Tournaments played at various locations in Tulsa on March 7-9, 2019. This article will be updated at the conclusion of each game.


Quarterfinals:

Southmoore 65 Putnam City 49

Southmoore picked up the victory with a huge performance from their dynamic duo. Jordan Thompson poured in 24 points from the Point Guard spot as well as distributed the ball well. The other part of the duo, Sam Godwin dominated down low scoring 20 points and notching a double-double. Southmoore advances on to the semifinals of the Class 6A State Tournament. 

Putnam City West 58 Booker T. Washington 64

This game will haunt Putnam City West for a little bit as they had it won late in the fourth quarter. That was until Seth Hurd, Bryce Thompson and company capitalized on missed free-throws and mistakes. Seth Hurd accounted for a game-high 22 points including the go-ahead basket in the last minute of the game. Hurd was phenomenal showing senior leadership when the Hornets needed it the most. Thompson stepped up big time in the second half as well for his squad.  

Sapulpa 50 Edmond Memorial 61

Sapulpa captured the lead to head into the halftime break it was all Edmond Memorial from then on. Drew Tennial, Jacob Thionnet, and Sean Pedulla led the attack for the Bulldogs. JV Seat also had an awesome game down low. Edmond Memorial will face a tough PC North squad next. 

Midwest City 57 Putnam City North 68 

Micah Thomas blasted the Bombers for 34 points to lead the PC North Panthers to victory. This season Thomas has been at another level and he clearly was not ready to call it a career at PC North. The Panthers get Edmond Memorial up next. 


Semifinals:

Southmoore 59 Booker T. Washington 61

Booker T. Washington came out on top after trailing the entire game to Southmoore. The youth of the Sabercats caught up to them early in the fourth quarter as they let an 11 point lead slip away in just 68 seconds. Several players had awesome games on both teams. Sam Godwin was a force scoring 15 points and bringing down 18 rebounds for Southmoore. The duo of Bryce Thompson and Trey Phipps caught fire when they needed them the most. Booker T. Washington advances to the state championship game for the third straight year. 

Edmond Memorial 70 PC North 74

Micah Thomas was unreal dropping a tournament-high 44 points to will the Panthers to victory. Edmond Memorial made a late push, but could never get over the hump. 


Championship:

Booker T. Washington vs. PC North  Saturday  @ 7:45 p.m., Oral Roberts University