Bodkin catapults Tigers over Vanoss JV
Kash Bodkin dropped 28 points Monday morning, as the Maud Tigers decimated the Vanoss JV team 88-50 in the consolation semifinals of the Jim Walling Classic in Earlsboro. The Tournament reset Monday, after weather forced a postponement from Friday's and Saturday's games.
The Tigers put on a 30-16 run in the first and outscored Vanoss 28-10 in the second for a 58-26 lead at the half and hand no trouble maintaining the advantage.
Bodkin led all scorers, Braylen Brewer had 16 points, Jackson McCormick had 10 and Michael Schultz had nine.
Vanoss was led by Donovan Brown with 19 points and Tyler Buchea with nine.
The Tigers will play Asher in the consolation final Wednesday at 2:30.
Patton leads Indians past Macomb
Preston Patton dropped an impressive 30 points with four 3-pointers and went 4-for-4 from the courtesy stripe to help Asher beat Macomb 54-46 Monday and find a spot in the consolation final.
Trailing 24-23 at the half, the Indians tied up at 38 by the conclusion of the third before going on a 16-8 run for the win.
The big performance of the game went to Patton, but teammate Brayden Sanders had nine points and was 3-4 from the line and Logan Lacy had seven.
Macomb was led by Caleb Boydston with 12 points while Deondre Bruce and Jade Bluford had 10 each.