Broken Arrow basketball player headed to Kansas State

Friday, November 14th 2003, 12:00 am
By: News On 6

(Manhattan, Kansas-AP) -- A 6-foot-4 guard from Oklahoma has decided to play at Kansas State.

Clent Stewart of Broken Arrow signed a national letter of intent with Kansas State Thursday.

Stewart is entering his senior season at Tulsa Union High School after averaging 13-point-four points, five assists and four rebounds last year. Stewart's prep team has a combined record of 48-and-7 over the past two seasons.

Head coach Jim Wooldridge says Stewart is a proven winner who's playing for a great high school program at Union. Wooldridge says he'll bring immediate help to next year's team.

Stewart's signing rounds out the Wildcats' recruiting class for 2003-04.