Friday Night Heroes Scoreboard

High School State Championship Games

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Final scores from Saturday’s Oklahoma high school state championship games:

Class 4A Girls

Fort Gibson 50, Anadarko 47

Fort Gibson becomes first 4A girls team to win consecutive state titles since 1980 and ’81, rallying from 14 points down late in the third quarter.

Class 6A Girls

Broken Arrow 70, Edmond Santa Fe 51

Tigers complete season 28-0, winning first state title since 1983.

Class 3A Boys

Okemah 54, Centennial 53 (2 Overtimes)

Okemah’s Austin Guinn scores 30 points, including three-pointers at the end of regulation to force overtime, and at the end of the first overtime to force a second.

Class 5A Girls

Deer Creek 31, Tulsa East Central 28 (Overtime)

Deer Creek’s Dakota Vann scores 17 points and grabs 16 rebounds as the Antlers repeat as state champions.

Class 2A Girls

Preston 45, Cordell 41

OU commitment and Oklahoma High School Player of the Year Chelsea Dungee scores 23 points to lead Preston to state title.

Class 4A Boys

Douglass 78, Stilwell 50

Douglass shoots 60% from the field to become the first high school team in Oklahoma to win five straight state basketball championships.

Class 5A Boys

Tulsa Memorial 59, McGuinness 52

Memorial wins second straight state title.

Class 3A Girls

Alva 49, Adair 40

Alva’s Jaden Hobbs scores 32 points, finishes with new state record 107 points for the tournament, to lead her team to third state championship, and first since 2003.

Class 6A Boys

Tulsa Union 72, Putnam City West 64

Union uses 15-5 second half run to win second title in three years.  Patriots denied title in their first ever state championship game appearance.

Class 2A Boys

Latta 57, Haworth 50

Latta’s Kade Hayes had 22 points to lead his team to their second straight state title.