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| Ben Johnson
Medals and trophies have been handed out to wrestlers across the state. Now it’s time for basketball teams to start claiming hardware.
Ben and Michael dive into Class A & B state basketball tournaments on tap this week, and they guys also make their predictions in each class.
Ben breaks down what happened at the state wrestling tournament and some of the various highlights along the way.
Also added a new segment where the guys named their MVPs of the week. Listen in and find out who they dubbed as last week’s MVPs.
All that leading up to Michael's interview with Okarche coach Ray West. You don't want to miss what West had to say.
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| Ben Johnson
The winter sports season is winding down, so we dissect playoffs happenings in Class 4A through Class B basketball. Swisher breaks down what happened on the hardwood, and what to look forward to this week.
Then we shift gears and Ben breaks down the state wrestling fields with Brian Heindselman. We make some predictions and let fans know what to watch for at Jim Norick Arena over the weekend. (PS, we think Tuttle is pretty good. SURPRISE!)
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Girls Basketball | | Jacob Unruh | NewsOK
Frontier junior Marilyn Goodman knew the lead was slipping. So, she skied for the rebound and wasted no time restoring order.
She made the putback with 1:14 left in the third, and Vici’s second-half rally was officially stalled.
| Kyle McAreavy | Stillwater News Press
he Frontier Mustangs won in a tough game against the No. 8 Glencoe Panthers on Saturday, 67-53.
The Panthers fell behind big, losing by as much as 19 in the third quarter, but they fought back, bringing the score to within four points in the fourth.
The Mustangs charged ahead in the final minutes to finish off their 14-point win.
Coach Bob Weckstein said he was excited for his players and proud of the way they played against a tough opponent who had seen them before.