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If you are a subscriber, simply log in for unlimited access. If you are a nonsubscriber, you are limited in how many stories you can read every 30 days. For a very short time, we are offering a $3.95 a month digital subscription for unlimited digital access. If you have reached this point, you must really value what we produce and read us a lot. If you are a subscriber, simply log in for unlimited access. If you are a nonsubscriber, you are limited in how many stories you can read every 30 days. For a very short time, we are offering a $3.95 a month digital subscription for unlimited digital access. The Broken Arrow boys sophomore basketball team fell buy cheap oakley sunglasses online to Rejoice Christian, 47 37, Saturday in the championship game of the Liberty Invitational tournament. BAHS, which had defeated Morris, 43 37, and Summit Christian, 47 33, to advance to the finals, rallied from a slow start to tie the game 27 27 going into the fourth quarter. But Rejoice outscored the Tigers 20 10 in the decisive final quarter. Major Smith led BAHS with 17 points, followed by Damian Everette (8), Chandler Detherage (5), Hunter Grim (3), Kevin White (2) and Easton Moore (2). Against Summit, BAHS held a 21 17 halftime lead before pulling way by outscoring the Eagles 26 16 in the second half. Everette paced the Tigers with 15 points. Moore and Smith finished in double figures with 12 and 10 points, respectively. Jeremy Jones added eight points and White had a oakley sunglasses outlet deuce. In Thursday's first round game, the Tigers got out to a 28 13 halftime cushion and held on for the win despite being outscored 15 7 in the fourth quarter. Everette and Moore led BAHS with 11 points each, followed by White (7), David Fox (6), Smith (4), Hunter Grim (2) and Alec Cairns (2). 8th BA Boys Black advance to finals On Thursday, the Tigers parlayed a dominant middle two quarters into a 61 30 semifinal win over Bixby Blue to advance to the championship game of the Owasso Tournament. BA outscored Bixby 42 17 in the second and third quarters to pull away. Eric Robertson led BA with 20 points while Isaiah Keller and Chris Motley each finished in double figures with 13 and 12 points, respectively, followed by Ryan Lynn (9), Emory Payton (3), Parker Darnell (2) and Cole White (2). In the first round, on Monday, Dec. 7, BA Black topped Union White, 60 44. The Tigers took command early by grabbing a 16 9 oakley batwolf first quarter advantage, then extended their lead to 46 30 through three quarters. Keller led the way with 19 points, followed by Robertson (16), Lynn (7), Darnell (6), Motley (4), White (4), Payton (2), Austin Lovelle (2) and Dre Taylor (2). Sherment cards oakley retail stores ace Steve Sherment recorded a hole in one on Thursday at The Club at Indian Springs. Sherment's ace came at the 110 yard, No. 7 hole on the River Course. He used a pitching wedge. Chuck Jones recorded an ace on Sunday, Dec. 6 at The Club at Indian Springs. Jones's hole in one came at the 140 yard, No. 13 hole on the River Course. He used an 8 iron. Gildehaus cards ace Brian Gildehaus shot a hole in one on Sunday, Dec. 6 at The Club at Indian Springs.
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