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Oklahoma high school basketball teams from class 6A-2A finish their season this weekend.

Today, March 14, the state’s basketball teams fought for a chance to play for a state title.

In Class 4A boys, the Douglass Trojans were a game away from attempting to capture their fifth straight state title.

First, Douglass had to take on Elk City at Yukon high school.

In Class 2A girls Millwood took on Cordell for a chance to play in ‘The Big House’ for a gold ball trophy.

Legendary Millwood coach Arnelia Spears is in her final season coaching the Lady Falcons.

Bob Barry Jr. has the highlights and scores of each game.

In Class 4A girl's Anadarko out scored Mount Saint Mary's 27-13 in the second half to pull off a comeback 50-40 win.

Anadarko plays defending champion Fort Gibson at 10:30 a.m. CT on Saturday, March 15.

Anadarko will play for the school's second state championship in three years.

In class 2A girl's semifinals the state's top girl basketball player, Chelsea Dungee, led Preston to a 49-41 win over Tonkawa.

Dungee scored 14 of her 16 points in the second half to fuel her team.

The sophomore was recently voted the state player of the year and is committed to play basketball at OU, as just a sophomore.

Preston will play Cordell for the girl's 2A state championship at 7:30 p.m. CT on March 14.

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