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The Edmond North Lady Husky basketball team had to use a 4th quarter comeback to beat the Lady Jaguars at Westmoore last night. The win gave the Lady Huskies their 11th win on the year. Westmoore outscored North 17-7 in the 3rd quarter and took a 36-32 lead going into the 4th. Toni Paparhonis scored 6 of her 10 points in the 4th quarter to help the Lady Huskies secure the 44-41 victory. Amaia Maxwell led North with 12 points. Maxwell hit a trio of 3-pointers on the night. Graycen Holden joined T. Paparhonis and Maxwell in double figures with 11. They will travel to Tulsa this weekend to compete in the Jenks/Union Invitational. Their first game will be Thursday night when they take on the Jenks Trojans at Jenks HS at 7:00 PM. ...

1/22/2020

Edmond North High School News

The Edmond North boys basketball team extended their win streak to 7 games with a 71-59 victory over Westmoore on Tuesday night. The win put their overall season record at 11-3. The Huskies used a balanced scoring attack with 5 players scoring in double figures. Dalante Shannon led North with 14 points. Landry Harris, Joell Wilson, and Abraham Aghasedo all had 11 points. Cam Lee added 10. Josh Price had 9, Sam Walker 3, and Caleb Sicard had 2 points on the night. The boys will travel to Carl Albert starting Thursday to compete in the Carl Albert Tournament. Their first game will be against Heritage Christian Academy (TX) at 2:30....

1/22/2020

Edmond Santa Fe High School News

After barely passing the 30-point mark in Friday night's win over Moore, last night's offensive production for the boys presented an entirely different result in the 65-38 win over Mustang. A familiar zone defense was presented to the offense, but last night's execution of the offense would be Mustangs demise. Sophomore Michael Reeves, stretched out the Mustang 2-3 zone defense with 5 3-pointers on the night... 3 of which gave the Wolves a little "pick-me-up" in the first quarter. Reeves led all scorers with 19 points. Senior JVon Hutchison came off the bench, for injured Reeves, and continued the hot hand at the point guard position by contributing 10 points of his own. In the second quarter, however, only 15 total points were scored by the two teams as the defenses were clamping down on second-chance attempts. Coming out of halftime, head coach Troy Lallemand's team came out aggressive once again and attacked the zone defense. Donovan Vickers' 11 points and the offensive rebounding and play of junior Colby Onyekuru (7 points) were instrumental in distancing the wolves from the broncos in the second half. Other scorers for the wolves include: Talyn Shettron (7 points), Ethan Lacks (4 points), Tabry Shettron (4 points), Joe Adams (2 points), and Kristian Baccus (1 point). The wolves will use this momentum to travel up the turnpike to participate in the Jenks/Union Tournament set for this weekend. ...

1/22/2020

Edmond Santa Fe High School News

The last couple of weeks haven't been easy for the Lady Wolves basketball team, as they found themselves in unfamiliar territory. Coming into last night's match-up 5-7 and meeting up with an old foe, Mustang, was going to take some teamwork and concentration on the "little things." Behind the solid defensive performance that the program hangs its hat on, the ladies stopped the Lady Broncos in a 57-53 victory that gave the women something to focus headed into a busy tournament week. The ladies, led by senior Kaylee Nero's 27 points, controlled the game on the inside and had 15 of those in the first half. It was her presence and strength in the post, that left the bigger players from Mustang behind. Not only did the offense produce well, but the defense and rebounding in the second quarter limited the number of offensive tries the Mustang shooters could have. After going into the locker room with a 3 point lead, the back and forth battle on the scoreboard was almost like watching a tennis match. In the fourth quarter, however, some key Mustang turnovers and two big 3-point baskets by junior Kashell Daughty distanced the Lady Wolves from their counterparts. Senior Ahoneste Walker and freshman Jayda Holiman were key in some defensive turnovers which led to scores on the other end. The two players, along with teammate and junior Brooklyn Long each scored 7 points and icing free-throws down the stretch. The ladies will travel west to play in the Newcastle Tournament starting on Thursday. ...

1/22/2020

Edmond Santa Fe High School News

(Pictured: the boys 4x800 team ran an 8:01 which qualified them for Nationals in New York City in March!) The boys and girls track teams traveled deep into Arkansas territory on Friday January 17, for their first meet of the season, the Arkansas Indoors. The girls set two new school records at the Arkansas meet. Emmanuella Njenje ran a 25.53 in the 200. The girls 4x400 Myia Brown, Taya Crittenden, Emmanuella Njenje and Kylie Keene ran a 4:11.77 to set a new record. The boys 4x800 qualified for Nationals with the time of 8:01.0 Cameron Barron, Martin Samwell, Max Wheeler and Connor Mayfield 2nd place. Jarrett Crump and Caden Peters were 2nd and 3rd in the pole vault. Jalen Nero was 13 out of 119 runners. Both track teams will stay a little closer this week, traveling to the University of Oklahoma for the OU Indoor meet on Jan. 24. Starting time is 9 am....

1/21/2020

Edmond Santa Fe High School News

On Saturday, Jan. 18th Edmond Santa Fe swimmers took to the starting blocks, in perhaps the largest field yet, as the Conference tournament took place. For the boys, they placed 4th out of the field of 12 teams, coming behind Norman North, Edmond North and only 16 points behind Stillwater. Top placements for the boys were: 200 Yd Medley Relay (4th) Ethan Hollingsworth, jayden Thomas, Ryan Harris, and Nathan Duong 200 Yd IM (4th) Ryan Harris, (6th) Jayden Thomas 100 Yd Butterfly (2nd) Ryan Harris, (9th) Ethan Hollingsworth 100 Yd Breaststroke (7th) Jayden Thomas 400 Yd Freestyle (3rd) Jayden Thomas, Ethan Hollingsworth, Nathan Duong, Ryan Harris For the girls, they placed 8th, ahead of Yukon, Moore, Westmoore, and Southmoore. Edmond North took the top position on the winner's stand in the meet. Top placements for the girls were: 200 Yd Medley Relay (5th) Lauren Gabbard, Rachel Binstock, Kamryn Shaffer, DeShayla Thompson 200 Yd IM (6th) Kamryn Shaffer 50 Yd Freestyle (3rd) DeShayla Thompson 100 Yd Freestyle (7th) DeShayla Thompson 100 Yd Backstroke (5th) Kamryn Shaffer ...

1/20/2020

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