Six Bison scored in double figures as top-ranked Oklahoma Baptist rolled past Central Bible Saturday, 92-37.
Six Bison scored in double figures as top-ranked Oklahoma Baptist rolled past Central Bible Saturday, 92-37. “We’re definitely getting better, but we have a long way to go still,” said Bison coach Doug Tolin. “The first time we played them we didn’t move the ball. This time we did and got the big men to score more. We’ve been focusing on moving the ball more.” Hayden Darst came off the bench to score 18 for the Bison to go with nine rebounds, while Marques Anderson recorded a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds. OBU out-rebounded the Spartans by a 34-30 clip. Clinton Houston and Kameron Price had 14 points each, Chase Adams added 12 and David Johnson contributed 10. OBU scored first and never trailed, building a 15-5 lead over the first five minutes of the game. The Bison forced 19 first-half turnovers and had 34 takeaways for the game. OBU led by as many as 36 points in the first half and held a 51-17 halftime advantage. A 3-pointer by Cale Jackson with 49 seconds left gave the Bison their biggest lead of the game at 57 points. Kendall Parks led the team with six assists. Price had six steals, followed by Johnson and Parks with four each. Now 10-1, the Bison host Central Baptist at 6 p.m. Friday. Note: Report provided by Ray Fink, OBU sports information director.