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Surviving And Advancing

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Game One (Thursday):
OCA - 59
No. 14 Cashion - 73

The LadyCats liked the shots they were getting in the first half, the only problem was they weren’t dropping. Instead of pressing and trying to change the gameplan, the LadyCats stuck to the offense banking on the open shots falling eventually. 

Coyle 3-on-3 Tournament March 28th

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A 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament is open to the public and will be hosted by the Coyle School Foundation and Alumni Association at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 28 in the Coyle School gymnasium. The registration fee is $15 per person. The first prize for the 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament is $100. Contact Julie Flasch Weathers if you have a team for the tournament at 405-202- 7915. The tournament is open to surrounding communities.
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LadyJays extend season; El Reno awaits tomorrow

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The Guthrie LadyJays split their weekend games in Piedmont last week to advance to the area round in Norman North tomorrow night. Guthrie beat Shawnee 41-36 on Feb. 27 to advance to the regional final last Saturday. In the regional final, the LadyJays got #2 Piedmont for the title game. While the final score was 57-37, that was not indicative of how hard the LadyJays played a good and deep Piedmont team. The LadyCats dropped 11-three pointers on the Guthrie team and the LadyJays had one for the whole game.
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Silver Lining

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The Guthrie Bluejays wrestling team went to the Class 5A state wrestling championships this past weekend with five qualifiers and one qualifier in the girl’s bracket. Guthrie came home with three second-place finishers and a fifth-place finisher and a tie for ninth place in the team standings with 35 points. Collinsville and Skiatook ran away from the rest of the field with 156 and 129 points respectively to claim the top two spots.
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Cardiac 'Cats

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The Cashion Wildcats are only one win away from playing in the State Tournament. The No. 2 Wildcats roared back from an eight-point deficit with five minutes left in the game to outlast No. 19 Mangum 63-61 to win the Class 2A Area 4 Regional Championship Saturday night.