High school boys basketball: Webster, Memorial open Festival of Champions with wins; Jenks falls in OT | OK Preps Extra

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Josh Nwankwo had 18 points, including a basket that opened overtime before he fouled out and the 6A No. 2 Panthers (3-0) were never caught. Kole Johnson added 15 points, including 4-of-4 on free throws in OT.

Dylan Golightly led the 6A No. 12 Trojans (2-3) with 18 points, including 11 after the third quarter and was 9-of-10 on free throws.

Jenks led during most of the fourth quarter until Jeremiah Johnson’s driving basket tied it at 60 with :6.2 left. Johnson, however, missed his ensuing free throw. Jenks’ Ben Averitt was fouled on a potential layup with :1.6 left, but missed both free throws, sending the game into OT.

Jenks was without head coach Clay Martin, sidelined due to COVID protocols. Longtime assistant Kalin Dahl was the acting head coach.


Minco (3-2): Burchfield 21, Shirley 17, Ventris 8, Brothers 7, Warden 3.

Webster (5-2): Sanders 23, Pritchard 20, Taylor 14, Barnes 7, Davis 5, Smith 5.




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