It's championship day across the state of Oklahoma in boy's and girl's high school basketball. Stay with us for the results.
6A – Edmond Memorial 49, Midwest City 48
Despite playing with an injured hamstring, Oklahoma signee Jordan Woodard tipped in the game winner at the buzzer to lift the Bulldogs over Midwest City. Memorial's Shaquille Morris had 20 points and 12 rebounds to help the school win its second title in three years.
5A – Tulsa Memorial 59, Bishop McGuinness 42
Memorial took home its fifth state championship with a decisive win over McGuinness at the Mabee Center in Tulsa. Memorial senior Devin Perez scored 18 points, while David Love scored a team-best 13 for the Irish.
4A – Douglas 82, Roland 80
Oklahoma State signee Stephen Clark put on a show with 51 points to lead the Douglas Trojans to their fourth-consecutive state title. Clark made nine 3-pointers. Roland's Seth Youngblood scored 41 and also hit nine 3's.
3A – Okemah vs. Millwood
Millwood won its record-tying 15th state title in a thrilling triple-overtime victory against Okemah. Michael Mays had19 points and Ashford Golden had 17 points and 10 rebounds for Millwood. Okemah's Austin Guinn scored 21.
2A – Latta 58, Haworth 41
Kade Hayes scored 15 points to deliver No. 5 Latta its first ever state title in its first appearance in the title game.
A – Glencoe 54, Weleetka 50 (March 2)
No. 2 Glencoe upset No. 1 Weleetka thanks to a breakout 24-point, nine-rebound performance from Hunter Hall at State Fair Arena. Glencoe finished 31-1 while Weleetka fell to 27-3.
B – Arnett 71, Coyle 60 (March 2)
Arnett rallied from a 21-point deficit to shock Coyle for the school's first state title. Arnett junior Tyler Tune scored a game-high 39 points and hauled in 21 rebounds.
6A – Tulsa Washington 52, Bixby 46
Kalen Mayberry hit five 3-pointers to lead the Lady Hornets to a 52-46 state title victory over Bixby at the Mabee Center. Stevi Parker led Bixby with 13.
5A – Deer Creek 59, Shawnee 44
Ashley Gibson scored 21 points to help lead the Antlers to a comfortable state-title victory against Shawnee. It was a valiant effort from a Shawnee team who was playing without leading scorer McKenzie Cooper, who suffered a knee injury on Friday.
4A – Fort Gibson 58, St. Mary 43
Fort Gibson won its second state title in three years with Saturday's victory against St. Mary. Brooke Palmer had 21 points and 13 rebounds for the Lady Tigers. Aimee Rischard led the Lady Rockets with 18 points
3A – Sulphur 42, Perkins 34
The Lady Bulldogs capped an undefeated season (30-0) by beating previously unbeaten Perkins-Tryon (28-1) at State Fair Arena. Sulphurs' Ashley Hughes scored 15 points to lead all scorers.
2A – Northeast 53, Alva 36
No. 1 Northeast won its first girl's state title since 1979 after using a strong second half to push past Alva at the ‘Big House.' Northeast junior Lanesia Williams scored 21 points to lead the Vikings.
A – Okarche 59, Cheyenne/Reydon 47 (March 2)
Okarche beat Cheyenne/Reydon behind a stellar 21-point, 12-rebound performance from Morgan Vogt. Okarche honored the memory of senior Lee Brueggen by chanting the 18 year old's name who was tragically killed on Nov. 30 in a car accident.
B – Erick 56, Lomega 53 2OT (March 2)
Erick was lifted to victory by Makenzie Janz layup and free throw with 10 seconds remaining in double overtime to win the school's first state championship since 1977.