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High school basketball: Union girls knock off No. 1 Booker T. Washington

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Booker T. Washington vs Union

Union’s Jayla Burgess, who scored 13 points and blocked five shots, shoots over Booker T. Washington’s Aunisty Smith on Tuesday. Burgess and Takyla Pitts each scored four points in a run in the final minutes that put the game away. 

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Booker T. Washington’s Emmary Williams (12) and Union’s Mae Redmond (12) wrestle for a loose ball during their game at Union High School on Tuesday, Jan. 28, IAN MAULE/Tulsa World

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Booker T. Washington’s Ijai Johnson (1) blocks Union’s AJ Reed’s (11) shot during their game at Union High School on Tuesday, Jan. 28, IAN MAULE/Tulsa World

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Union girls basketball coach Joe Redmond said he wanted his best shooters on the floor and his daughter, Mae, was definitely one of those.

The senior guard went 4-for-5 from 3-point range and scored a team-high 14 points as her No. 6 Redskins upended No. 1 Booker T. Washington in a key Frontier Conference game Tuesday at the UMAC.

Union led almost from start to finish and Redmond’s outside shooting helped the Redskins overcome the Hornets’ strategy of clogging the middle and trying to take away Union’s powerful inside game.

She made her first two 3-pointers in the first quarter and two more in the third after the Hornets had whittled Union’s halftime lead down to a one-point deficit.

“When the first shot went in, I felt like that just set the tone and when the second went in, I was like, ‘OK, I’m just gonna keep going and going,’” she said.

In the fourth quarter, she drove inside to score on an 8-footer from the lane.

“I kind of surprised myself on that one,” she said.

Jayla Burgess added 13 points and five blocked shots, and Kaylen Nelson and Takyla Pitts scored 12 each as the Redskins improved to overall, in Frontier Conference play and gave the Hornets () their first league loss.

Union, Washington and Sapulpa are tied for first with league records.

The teams are also jockeying to host a regional tournament and Redmond said Tuesday’s win “was important for helping us secure that goal.”

Just 11 days remain for counting wins and losses toward postseason seeding.

Union didn’t start breaking away until Mae Redmond’s 3-pointers gave the Redskins a lead. The Hornets were still within five points after Natalya Jones’ basket with four minutes left, but Burgess and Pitts scored four points each in a run that put the game out of reach.

Wyvette Mayberry scored 18 points and Aunisty Smith had nine points, five rebounds and three steals to pace the Hornets, who won their first 14 games before losing for the first time Saturday to Classen SAS in the final of the Jenks/Union Invitational, also at the UMAC.

B.T. Washington 82, Union 62 (boys)

Union trailed by only at halftime, but the No. 3 Hornets lowered the boom with 31 third-quarter points.

Bryce Thompson scored 28 points, Trey Phipps added 26 and 6-foot-8 Jalen Breath scored 10 of his 14 in the third quarter as the Hornets improved to overall and in Frontier Conference play, tied with Jenks for first place.

Nehemiah Boykins and Seth Chargois scored 15 each to pace the Redskins, who fell to ,

B.T. Washington started the third quarter on a surge and led on Kameron Parker’s layup.

UNION 70, B.T. WASHINGTON 53 (GIRLS)

B.T. Washington 13 9 18 11 — 53

Union 20 14 16 20 — 70

B.T. Washington (, ): Wyvette Mayberry 18, Aunisty Smith 9, Victoria Nuñez 8, Sai Johnson 5, Armani Reed 5, Carrigan Hill 4, Natalya Jones 4.

Union (, ): Mae Redmond 14, Jayla Burgess 13, Kaylen Nelson 12, Takyla Pitts 12, Makenzie Malham 7, Sydni Smith 7, Carr 5.

B.T. WASHINGTON 82, UNION 62 (BOYS)

B.T. Washington 22 14 31 15 — 82

Union 16 18 12 16 — 62

B.T. Washington (, ): Bryce Thompson 28, Trey Phipps 26, Jalen Breath 14, Kameron Parker 8, IJai Johnson 6.

Union (, ): Nehemiah Boykins 15, Seth Chargois 15, AJ Reed 8, Da’yan Aromaye 7, RJ Forney 6, Trent Pierce 5, Micah Lovett 4, Derrick McDonald 2.

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Denham Springs' Kate Thompson (32) and Raychelle Riley (10) clamp down during Thursday's game against Booker T. Washington at Albany.

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Denham Springs' Maia Robinson puts up a shot during Thursday's game against Booker T. Washington.

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Denham Springs' Desiree Jones (35) keeps the ball in bounds as she works the ball up the court against Booker T. Washington.

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Denham Springs' Kate Thompson (32) scores in Thursday's game against Booker T. Washington.

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Denham Springs' Kate Thompson (32) and Raychelle Riley (10) clamp down during Thursday's game against Booker T. Washington at Albany.

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Denham Springs' Maia Robinson puts up a shot during Thursday's game against Booker T. Washington.

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Denham Springs' Desiree Jones (35) keeps the ball in bounds as she works the ball up the court against Booker T. Washington.

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Denham Springs' Kate Thompson (32) scores in Thursday's game against Booker T. Washington.

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High school girls basketball: Aunisty Smith hits the boards to help Booker T. Washington get past Owasso in 6A regional

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When Aunisty Smith saw her Booker T. Washington teammates struggle against Owasso’s zone defense, the Hornets sophomore did her best to remedy the situation.

“We’re not really used to playing against a zone,” Smith said. “So I thought I would help my team getting rebounds.”

Smith did just that Thursday night, as she grabbed 10 rebounds to go along with her team-high 16 points as Class 6A No. 3 BTW held on for a 40-29 win in the first round of the Class 6A regionals at Nathan E. Harris Field House.

Wyvette Mayberry added 12 points as the Hornets (21-3) advanced to Saturday’s regional championship game despite shooting just 36% from the field (16-of-45) and being held to a season-low scoring output.

BTW will host Mustang (12-12) at 1:30 p.m. The Broncos defeated Putnam City North earlier in the evening, 49-34.

“I told the girls, ‘At this point, if you win by one point, it’s a great win because we’re still playing,’” Hornets coach Rabu Layva said.

The Hornets held a 23-14 halftime lead, thanks in large part to their defense. Booker T. Washington forced 12 turnovers in the first half and held Owasso to 31% (5-of-16) shooting from the field.

Karson Zumwalt kept Owasso within arm’s reach with 11 of her 16 points in the first two quarters. Zumwalt scored on a three-point play and Taylor Rose added back-to-back 3-pointers in the second half, but the Rams never could get closer than six as they were held to two points in the fourth quarter.

Rose finished with nine for Owasso (6-18).

Mustang 49, Putnam City North 34

Jordyn Rollins scored a game-high 13 points and was one of three Broncos in double figures as they locked up a spot in next week’s area tournament with a victory over Putnam City North.

Kyra Miscuraca added 12 points and Talia Pogi 10 for Mustang (12-12).

Alyssa Parmer tallied 10 points for the Panthers (12-10).

B.T. Washington 40, Owasso 29

Owasso 7 7 13 2 — 29

BTW 10 13 12 5 — 40

Owasso (6-18): Karson Zumwalt 16, Taylor Rose 9, Avery Vancuren 4.

B.T. Washington (21-3): Aunisty Smith 16, Wyvette Mayberry 12, Sai Johnson 4, Carrigan Hill 3, Victoria Nunez 3, Emmary Williams 2.

Mustang 49, Putnam City North 34

Mustang 7 15 11 16 — 49

PC North 11 10 4 9 — 34

Mustang (12-12): Jordyn Rollins 13, Kyra Misuraca 12, Talia Pogi 10, Lunden Foreman 6, Kate Niehues 3, Jaki Rollins 3, Jaycee Freshour 2.

PC North (12-10): Alyssa Parmer 10, Bria Sander-Woods 8, Karrigan Powell 6, Amaya Chandler 5, Rylee Hunt 5.

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Few nonselect schools are in line to have as many home basketball games during the playoffs as KIPP Booker T. Washington.

The Booker T. Washington girls are seeded fourth in the Class 3A  and won its playoff opener Thursday against No. 29 Wossman. Next will be a second-round game noon Monday against No. 13 South Beauregard, and a win then could have the Lions playing another home game in a state quarterfinal Wednesday or Thursday.

As for the boys, they will learn their playoff placement Monday when the LHSAA releases the boys brackets for select and nonselect schools.

Fifth in the latest unofficial power rankings, the boys have hopes for snatching a possible top-four placement that could give them up to three home games before possibly leaving for the state semifinals in Lake Charles.

It’s a welcome position for the school, whose basketball teams support each other whenever possible.

“Thank God for our boys basketball team,” BTW girls coach Lakenya Reed said. “They’re famous for being intimidating, colorful and for making it a fun environment. They have chants – like a student section, if you will. When a basket is made, they’ll celebrate like it’s a dunk even if it is a layup.”

Reed said the boys team came out in full force for the playoff opener, a victory where seniors Mikira Kirton (12 points) and Ra’Nae Tumblin (11) both scored in double figures. Junior Aaliyah Spears finished with 14 rebounds and junior Sequira Williams nearly posted a triple-double with eight points, eight rebounds and seven blocks. Senior Cassie Dolliole finished with nine rebounds.

The Lions endured one rough patch during the season, a six-game losing streak that included an overtime loss to Edna Karr, the No. 3-seeded team in the Class 4A non-select bracket.

The regular season ended with two additional losses — one against Ursuline and John Curtis, which are seeded high in the select playoffs.

Another loss this season came by four points against LaGrange, the No. 1 team in the Class 4A bracket.

Reed referred to the game as a “four-quarter Battle Royale,” she said, after which LaGrange coach La’Keem Holmes told her, “Your girls fight. They’re scrappy. They dive on the floor.”

“That’s the identity of this team,” she said. "We’re a fighting, scrappy team.”

This is the first season since Booker T. Washington re-opened that the school has played at the Class 3A level. Last season in Class 1A, the second-seeded girls reached the state semifinal while the boys finished as the state runner-up.

Other winners

Also in Class 3A, M.L. King, seeded 10th, won against No. 23 Kaplan and advanced to play at No. 7 Iota at 6 p.m. Monday.

The most tantalizing matchup among New Orleans metro schools this week could be in Class 4A, with No. 3 Edna Karr and No. 6 Warren Easton on path to meet in a quarterfinal that would send the winner to Lake Charles.

But first, Karr must beat No. 14 Belle Chasse — the Cardinals won a playoff game for the first time since in the first round — and Easton has to get by No. 11 Bolton.

Upset special

The lowest seeded winner of all nonselect schools was No. 25 Northshore in the Class 5A bracket.

The Panthers trailed No. 8 West Monroe by 15 points in the third quarter and hadn’t led since it was Northshore's Ty Sylvas sank the winning basket with 4 seconds remaining.

The reward for the unexpected win that came after an eight-hour round trip bus trip is a home game Monday against No. 9 Pineville, a winner against No. 24 St. Amant in the first round.

The only other local winner among Class 5A nonselect schools was No. 7 Hahnville against No. 26 West Ouachita The Tigers will be home against No. 10 Denham Springs.

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Girls basketball

Second-round pairings

New Orleans metro

Class 5A

(9) Pineville at (25) Northshore, 6 p.m. Monday

(12) Lafayette at (5) Ponchatoula, p.m. Monday

(10) Denham Springs at (7) Hahnville, 6 p.m. Monday

Class 4A

(14) Belle Chasse at (3) Edna Karr,  1 p.m. Monday

(11) Bolton at (6) Warren Easton, 5 p.m. Monday

Class 3A

(13) South Beauregard at (4) Booker T. Washington, noon Monday

(10) M.L. King at (7) Iota, 6 p.m. Monday

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Few nonselect schools are in line to have as many home basketball games during the playoffs as KIPP Booker T. Washington.

The Booker Top spin 4 difficulty. Washington girls are seeded fourth in the Class 3A  and won its playoff opener Thursday against No. 29 Wossman. Next will be a second-round game noon Monday against No. 13 South Beauregard, and a win then could have the Lions playing another home game in a state quarterfinal Wednesday or Thursday.

As for the boys, they will learn their playoff placement Monday when the LHSAA releases the boys brackets for select and nonselect schools.

Fifth in the latest unofficial power rankings, the boys have hopes for snatching a possible top-four placement that could give them up to three home games before possibly leaving for the state semifinals in Lake Charles.

It’s a welcome position for the school, whose basketball booker t washington girls basketball support each other whenever possible.

“Thank God for our boys basketball team,” BTW girls coach Lakenya Reed said. “They’re famous for being intimidating, colorful and for making it a fun environment. They have chants – like a student section, if you will. When a basket is made, they’ll celebrate like it’s a dunk even if it is a layup.”

Reed said the boys team came out in full force for the playoff opener, a victory where seniors Mikira Kirton (12 points) and Ra’Nae Tumblin (11) both scored in double figures. Junior Aaliyah Spears finished with 14 rebounds and junior Sequira Williams nearly posted a triple-double with eight points, eight rebounds and seven blocks. Senior Cassie Dolliole finished with nine rebounds.

The Lions endured one rough patch during the season, a six-game losing streak that included an overtime loss to Edna Karr, the No. 3-seeded team in the Class 4A non-select bracket.

The regular season ended with two additional losses — one against Ursuline and John Curtis, which are seeded high in the select playoffs.

Another loss this season came by four points against LaGrange, the No. 1 team in the Class 4A bracket.

Reed referred to the game as a “four-quarter Battle Royale,” she said, after which LaGrange coach La’Keem Holmes told her, “Your girls fight. They’re scrappy. They dive on the floor.”

“That’s the identity of this team,” she said. "We’re a fighting, scrappy team.”

This is the first season since Booker T. Washington re-opened that the school has played at the Class 3A level. Last season in Class 1A, the second-seeded girls reached the state semifinal while the boys finished as the state runner-up.

Other winners

Also in Class 3A, M.L. King, seeded 10th, won against No. 23 Kaplan and advanced to play at No. 7 Iota at 6 p.m. Monday.

The most tantalizing matchup among New Orleans metro schools this week could be in Class 4A, with No. 3 Edna Karr and No. 6 Warren Easton on path to meet in a quarterfinal that would send the winner to Lake Charles.

But first, Karr must beat No. 14 Belle Chasse — the Cardinals won a playoff game for the first time since in the first round — and Easton has to get by No. 11 Bolton.

Upset special

The lowest seeded winner of all nonselect schools was No. 25 Northshore in the Class 5A bracket.

The Panthers trailed No. 8 West Monroe by 15 points in the third quarter and hadn’t led since it was Northshore's Ty Sylvas sank the winning basket with 4 seconds remaining.

The reward for the unexpected win that came after an eight-hour round trip bus trip is a home game Monday against No. 9 Pineville, a winner against No. 24 St. Amant in the first round.

The only other local winner among Class 5A nonselect schools was No. 7 Hahnville against No. 26 West Ouachita The Tigers will be home against No. 10 Denham Springs.

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Girls basketball

Second-round pairings

New Orleans metro

Class 5A

(9) Pineville at (25) Northshore, 6 p.m. Monday

(12) Lafayette at (5) Ponchatoula, p.m. Monday

(10) Denham Springs at (7) Hahnville, 6 p.m. Monday

Class 4A

(14) Belle Chasse at (3) Edna Karr,  1 p.m. Monday

(11) Bolton at (6) Warren Easton, 5 p.m. Monday

Class 3A

(13) South Beauregard at (4) Booker T. Washington, noon Monday

(10) M.L. King at (7) Iota, 6 p.m. Monday

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High school girls basketball: Aunisty Smith hits the boards to help Booker T. Washington get past Owasso in 6A regional

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When Aunisty Smith saw her Booker T. Washington teammates struggle against Owasso’s zone defense, the Hornets sophomore did sea striker surf spinning rod best to remedy the situation.

“We’re not really used to playing against a zone,” Smith said. “So I thought I would help my team getting rebounds.”

Smith did just that Thursday night, as she grabbed 10 rebounds to go along with her team-high 16 points as Class 6A No. 3 BTW held on for a 40-29 win in the first round of the Class 6A regionals at Nathan E. Harris Field House.

Wyvette Mayberry added 12 points as the Hornets (21-3) advanced to Saturday’s regional championship game despite shooting just 36% from the field (16-of-45) and being held to a season-low scoring output.

BTW will host Mustang (12-12) at 1:30 p.m. The Broncos defeated Putnam City North earlier in the evening, 49-34.

“I told the girls, ‘At this point, if you win by one point, it’s a great win because we’re still playing,’” Hornets coach Rabu Layva said.

The Hornets held a 23-14 halftime lead, booker t washington girls basketball, thanks in large part to their defense. Booker T. Washington forced 12 turnovers in booker t washington girls basketball first half and held Owasso to 31% (5-of-16) shooting from the field.

Karson Zumwalt kept Owasso within arm’s reach with 11 of her 16 points in the first two quarters. Zumwalt scored on a three-point play and Taylor Rose added back-to-back booker t washington girls basketball in the second half, but the Rams never could get closer than six as they were held to two points in the fourth quarter.

Rose finished with nine for Owasso (6-18).

Mustang 49, Putnam City North 34

Jordyn Rollins scored a game-high 13 points and was one of three Broncos in double figures as they locked up a spot in next week’s area tournament with a victory over Putnam City Booker t washington girls basketball Miscuraca added 12 points and Talia Pogi 10 for Mustang (12-12).

Alyssa Parmer tallied 10 points for the Panthers (12-10).

B.T. Washington 40, Owasso 29

Owasso 7 7 13 2 — 29

BTW 10 13 12 5 — 40

Owasso (6-18): Karson Zumwalt 16, Taylor Rose 9, Avery Vancuren 4.

B.T. Washington (21-3): Aunisty Smith 16, Wyvette Mayberry 12, Sai Johnson 4, Carrigan Hill 3, Victoria Nunez 3, booker t washington girls basketball, Emmary Williams 2.

Mustang 49, Putnam City North 34

Mustang 7 15 11 16 — 49

PC North 11 10 4 9 — 34

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PC Booker t washington girls basketball (12-10): Alyssa Parmer 10, Bria Sander-Woods 8, Karrigan Powell 6, Amaya Chandler 5, Rylee Hunt 5.

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Union’s Jayla Burgess, who scored 13 points and blocked five shots, shoots over Booker T. Washington’s Aunisty Smith on Tuesday. Burgess and Takyla Pitts each scored four points in a run in the final minutes that put the game away. 

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Booker T. Washington vs Union8ft by 6ft football goal T. Washington’s Emmary Williams (12) and Union’s Mae Redmond (12) wrestle for a loose ball during their game at Union High School on Tuesday, Jan. 28, IAN MAULE/Tulsa World

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Booker T. Washington’s Ijai Johnson (1) blocks Union’s AJ Reed’s (11) shot during their game at Union High School on Tuesday, Jan. 28, IAN MAULE/Tulsa World

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Union girls basketball coach Joe Redmond said he wanted his best shooters on the floor and his daughter, Mae, was definitely one of those.

The senior guard went 4-for-5 from 3-point range and scored a team-high 14 points as her No. 6 Redskins upended No. 1 Booker t washington girls basketball T. Washington in a key Frontier Conference game Tuesday at the UMAC.

Union led almost from start to finish and Redmond’s outside shooting helped the Redskins overcome the Hornets’ strategy of clogging the middle and trying to take away Union’s powerful inside game.

She made her first two 3-pointers in the first quarter and two more in the third after the Hornets had whittled Union’s halftime lead down to a one-point deficit.

“When the first shot went in, I felt like that just set the tone and when the second went in, I was like, ‘OK, I’m just gonna keep going and going,’” she said.

In the fourth quarter, she drove inside to score on an 8-footer from the lane.

“I kind of surprised myself on that one,” she said.

Jayla Burgess added 13 points and five blocked shots, and Kaylen Nelson and Takyla Pitts scored 12 each as the Redskins improved to overall, in Frontier Conference play and gave the Hornets () their first league loss.

Union, Washington and Sapulpa are tied for first with league records.

The teams are also jockeying to host a regional tournament and Redmond said Tuesday’s win “was important for helping us secure that goal.”

Just 11 days remain for counting wins and losses toward postseason seeding.

Union didn’t start breaking away until Mae Redmond’s 3-pointers gave the Redskins a lead. The Hornets were still within five points after Natalya Jones’ basket with four minutes left, but Burgess and Pitts scored four points each in a run that put the game out of reach.

Wyvette Mayberry scored 18 points and Aunisty Smith had nine points, five booker t washington girls basketball and three steals to pace the Hornets, who won their first 14 games before losing for the first time Saturday to Classen SAS in the final of the Jenks/Union Invitational, also at the UMAC.

B.T. Washington 82, Union 62 (boys)

Union trailed by only at halftime, but the No. 3 Hornets lowered the boom with 31 third-quarter points.

Bryce Thompson scored 28 points, Trey Phipps added 26 and 6-foot-8 Jalen Breath scored 10 of his 14 in the third quarter as the Hornets improved to overall and in Frontier Conference play, tied with Jenks for first place.

Nehemiah Boykins and Seth Chargois scored 15 each to pace the Redskins, who fell to

B.T. Washington started the third quarter on a surge and led on Kameron Parker’s layup.

UNION 70, B.T. WASHINGTON 53 (GIRLS)

B.T. Washington 13 9 18 11 — 53

Union 20 14 16 20 — 70

B.T. Washington (, ): Wyvette Mayberry 18, Aunisty Smith 9, Victoria Nuñez 8, Sai Johnson 5, Armani Reed 5, Carrigan Hill 4, Natalya Jones 4.

Union (, ): Mae Redmond 14, Jayla Burgess 13, Kaylen Nelson 12, Takyla Pitts 12, booker t washington girls basketball, Makenzie Malham 7, Sydni Smith 7, Carr 5.

B.T. WASHINGTON 82, UNION 62 (BOYS)

B.T. Washington 22 14 31 booker t washington girls basketball — 82

Union 16 18 12 16 — 62

B.T. Washington (, ): Bryce Thompson 28, Trey Phipps 26, Jalen Breath 14, Kameron Parker 8, IJai Johnson 6.

Union (, ): Nehemiah Boykins 15, Seth Chargois 15, AJ Reed 8, Da’yan Aromaye 7, RJ Forney 6, Trent Pierce 5, Micah Lovett 4, Derrick McDonald 2.

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