The second day of the Caddo County saw the 1- and 2-seeds on both sides of the bracket take the court of the first time and three of the four won. The second-seeded Fort Cobb boys fell to rival Carnegie in overtime, 40-35.
Second day at Caddo
Fort Cobb boys have been playing well this season and are ranked No. 6 in Class A. Tuesday night, they ran into a Ben Lewis buzz saw as the Carnegie player drilled five treys on his way to a game-high 18 points as Carnegie took down their rival to reach the semifinals in Anadarko.
Carnegie led by one after the first quarter before Fort Cobb scored 13 points in the second to carry a four-point lead into halftime. Carnegie held the Mustangs to just four points in the third quarter while scoring 11 to take their own four-point lead into the fourth. The Wildcats scored 11 points to Fort Cobb's nine over the during the fourth quarter and overtime to win.
Johnathyn Bronaugh and Kenneth Arnold both scored eight points for Carnegie. Elijah Collins led Fort Cobb with 13 points while Daniel Collins scored eight.
Class A No. 5 Fort Cobb girls got 16 points from Mallory Clift as they took down Carnegie, 61-45. The Mustangs started hot scoring 23 points in the first quarter and held off the Wildcats the rest of the way. Mikayla Sebastian scored 10 for Fort Cobb. Karlee Graham led Carnegie with a game-high 19 points and Aspen Nix added 16.
Mt. View-Gotebo boys beat Cement Monday night to earn the right to play top-seeded Hinton. The Class 2A No. 16 Comets downed the Tigers, 73-49, behind four players in double figures. Tyler Crawford (18), Hunter Chalfant (17), Dalton Miller (17) and Jacob Spady (16) led Hinton. Jordan White poured in 28 for Mt. View hitting six 3-pointers, but it wasn't enough. Hinton plays Apache Friday. MVG plays Lookeba-Sickles Thursday.
'Darko girls roll
Anadarko girls are one of the few teams not playing in a tournament this week and traveled to Elk City for their final regular season game for a week. The Warriors started slow, but had a dominant second quarter en route to a 71-41 win.
The Class 4A No. 1 Warriors (16-1) led, 14-13, heading into the second quarter as they came out a little sluggish. From the time the clock started running in the second quarter, it was all Anadarko. The Warriors dropped 33 points while holding the Elks to just six to take an insurmountable lead.