Originally Published: Mar 13, 2010 12:6 AM CDT
Oklahoma Sports Staff Writer
TULSA, Oklahoma – The Norman Lady Tigers jumped out to a 19-point first quarter lead against Edmond North and never looked back, winning 69-50.
Lady Tiger Kamra King torched the nets for a game-high 33 points. Edmond North’s Elizabeth Donohoe was right behind her in the scoring column with 28.
The Lady Tigers stormed out to a 12-0 lead and went into the second quarter up 25-6 after a Kim Hayes three pointer at the end of the first.
Norman looked like it was going to control the game in the second quarter, but the Lady Huskies outscored the Lady Tigers 15-8 and went into halftime down 33-21. King stole the show in the first half, nearly outscoring Edmond North with a 17-point effort.
Edmond North threatened to make it close in the third quarter, but Norman held strong and went into the fourth with a 12-point lead. The Lady Huskies would never challenge in the fourth and the Lady Tigers eventually pulled away.
Norman advances to the 6A state championship game which will be played at the Mabee Center on Saturday at 2:45 p.m.