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High School Basketball State Tournament Highlights

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We've got plenty of highlights from the OSSAA state tournaments across all classes. Here are the games we have covered (in order of most recent).

State championship final scores

6A Boys: Union 72, Putnam City West 64

6A Girls: Broken Arrow 70, Edmond Santa Fe 51

5A Boys: Tulsa Memorial 59, Bishop McGuinness 52

5A Girls: Deer Creek 31, Tulsa East Central 28 (OT)

4A Boys: Douglass 78, Stilwell 50

4A Girls: Fort Gibson 50, Anadarko 47

3A Boys: Okemah 54, Centennial 53 (OT)

3A Girls: Alva 49, Adair 40

2A Boys: Latta 57, Haworth 50

2A Grils: Preston 45, Cordell 41 

Video Guide (clips are listed in order with most recent highlights on top):

 

State Championship Highlights (clip one)

Douglass vs. Stilwell

Centennial vs. Okemah

Preston vs. Cordell

 

State Championship Highlights (clip two)

Fort Gibson vs. Anadarko

Union vs. Putnam City West

Edmond Santa Fe vs. Broken Arrow

Bishop McGuinness vs. Tulsa Memorial

Deer Creek vs. Tulsa East Central

 

Class 5A Boys semifinals

Bishop Kelley vs. Bishop McGuinness

Tulsa Memorial vs. El Reno

 

Class 6A Girls semifinals

Muskogee vs. Edmond Santa Fe

Broken Arrow vs. Choctaw

 

Part Two

Midwest City vs. Owasso

Carl Albert vs. Bishop Kelley

Midwest City vs. Muskogee girls

 

Part One

Union vs. Lawton Eisenhower

Bixby vs. Mustang

Tulsa Memorial vs. Piedmont

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