Bombers hand Jays second consecutive loss

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The Guthrie boys basketball team was unable to add any points in the second quarter as the Midwest City Bombers kept a steady pace on day two of the Ardmore Holiday Festival.

6A’s fourth ranked Bombers, who were upset the previous day by Putnam City West, took out some of their frustration in a 63-41 win. The Jays fall to 2-2 overall on the season after starting the season off at 2-0.

Guthrie jumped out to a quick 6-2 lead, but the Bombers finished the half with a 23-5 run to take a 25-11 half time advantage, including a 13-0 second quarter run.

Freshmen sensation Kai Callins paced the Jays with a game high 16 points.

Guthrie, who continues to play without senior leader Kentrell Brothers and Richard Brothers, got going in the second half with 30 points, but allowed 38 points to the Bombers.

The Jays offense has scored just 75 points in their two losses in Ardmore. Prior to that they had scored 123 points in their first two games of the season with a full squad.

Up next for Guthrie will be a 1:00 game Thursday afternoon against Southeast in the seventh place game.

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
 Midwest City 12 13 15 23 63
 Guthrie 11 0 11 19 41

Guthrie Scorers: Kai Callins 16, Codee Gross 9, JT McFadden 6, Jacob Staudt 3, LaMarc Allison 3, Shron Parker 2, Bailey Nichols 1

Day Three of the Ardmore Tournament
Guthrie vs Southeast – 7th Place Game – 1:00
Ardmore vs Midwest City – Consolation Game
Carl Albert vs Putnam City West – 3rd Place Game
Del City vs Yukon – Championship Game

Day Two of the Ardmore Tournament
Midwest City 63, Guthrie 41
Ardmore 64, Southeast 49
Del City 52, Carl Albert 46 
Yukon 58, Putnam City West 48

Day One in the Ardmore Tournament
Putnam West 70, Midwest City 62
Yukon 41, Guthrie 34
Carl Albert 66, Ardmore 59
Del City 54, Southeast 35

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