State Tourney Begins For Small School Hoops

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Oklahoma's small school, Class A and B, high school basketball state tournaments are officially under way for the 2014-15 season.

Carl Albert High School hosted a branch of the boy's Class B games.

Lookeba-Sickles took down Tipton 64-58 in overtime in the first contest.

Lookeba-Sickles out scored Tipton 9-5 in the extra period, scoring all their points from the free throw line.

In the second game, Southwest Covenant, of Yukon, won a tight one over Cimarron 52-50.

Both schools advance to the semifinals.

Semifinal games will take place at the State Fairgrounds in "The Big House."

Lookeba-Sickles plays Forgan at 6:00 p.m. CT on Friday, March 6.

Southwest Covenant advances to face off with Fort Cobb-Broxton at 4:30 p.m.

In Class B girls at State Fair Arena, Erick edged Chattanooga 42-40, with some clutch free throws down the stretch.

Erick faces off with Lomega at 1:30 p.m. CT.

Fort Cobb-Broxton's girls downed Red Oak 62-46 to advance to the semifinals as well.

Fort Cobb-Broxton faces Coyle in the girls Class B semi's at 10:30 a.m.

In Class A boy's action, Thomas-Fay-Custer ran away from Pond Creek-Hunter for a 52-30 victory.

Thomas-Fay-Custer faces Kiowa at noon.

Kiowa's boys advanced by taking down Okay 54-52.

Bob Barry Jr. has all the highlights above.

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