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Yukon comes on late to down Guthrie

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For the second straight season, the Yukon Millers used a fourth quarter rally to slide past the Guthrie boys basketball team in the Ardmore Holiday Festival.

The Jays held a lead after each quarter except for the decisive fourth quarter as Yukon gives the Jays their first loss of the season 41-34. A season ago, Yukon hit a game winning 3-point shot off the backboard to down the Jays.

Guthrie (2-1) will move on and play 6A’s 4th ranked Midwest City, Wednesday at 1:40, after the Bombers were stunned by unranked Putnam City West 70-62 in the first game of the afternoon.

Guthrie, who is playing without Kentrell and Richard Brothers this week, started cold from the field, but kept their distance with an 8-3 first quarter and 13-10 halftime leads.

Both offense’s heated up for 32 points combined in the third quarter. However, the lack of points came back to haunt the Jays with the Millers outscoring them 14-6 in the final quarter.

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
 Yukon 3 7 17 14 41
 Guthrie 6 7 15 6 34

Guthrie Scoring: Codee Gross 14, JT McFadden 4, Kai Callins 4, Jacob Staudt 4, Tim Zupo 4

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

Day Two Schedule
Guthrie vs. Midwest City, 1:40 p.m.
Ardmore vs. Southeast, 3 p.m.
Carl Albert vs. Del City, 7 p.m.
Putnam City West vs. Yukon, 8:20 p.m.

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