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Signup fees are $100 for t ball and $130 for the other leagues. Those interested may pay half of fee at signup and the other half by Feb. 15. A $30 sibling discount is available. There is a $15 late fee for those registering Feb. 1 or later.
Tiger Sharks compete at Dual MeetThe Broken Arrow Tiger Sharks swim team tallied five first place finishes Jan. 19 at the Tulsa Winter League Dual Meet.
Katlyn Magnusson claimed two golds in the age 13 14 division as she won the 50 yard backstroke in a time of 42.95 seconds and the 50 breaststroke in 45.33. In the 9 10 division, Carson Ring won both the 25 backstroke (19.56) and 25 freestyle (17.20) events. Emma Anderson clocked a time of 42.67 to win the 50 backstroke in the 11 12 division.
BA had three second place finishes, Ring in the 25 backstroke, Bethany Swanson in the 50 breaststroke at 13 14 and in the Mixed 200 freestyle relay in the 11 12 division.
The Tiger Sharks had a third place finish in the 13 14 Mixed 200 freestyle relay, along with Tyler Busuioc in the 50 backstroke in the boys 13 14 division.
Other top five finishes for BA included Sidney Sanders and Katelynn Homme in the girls 9 10 25 freestyle, Emma Ophus and Swanson in the 50 freestyle and 50 backstroke, Busuioc and Casey Piercy in the boys 13 14 50 backstroke and 50 breaststroke, Lillie Burkholder in the girls 9 10 25 backstroke and Maya Busuioc in the 11 12 50 backstroke.
The Tiger Sharks returned to action at Jenks earlier this week, then compete at Oologah on Monday.
9th Black falls to JenksKamaya Cowen poured in 22 points but the Broken Arrow Black 9th grade girls basketball team fell to Jenks Maroon, 51 45, last Thursday.
The Tigers trailed by just one going into the fourth quarter before Jenks pulled away late.
Jhayden West added 11 points, followed by Idalis Ortiz (7), Lindsey Portell (3) and Gabby Davidson (2).
Sand Springs beats 9th GoldThe Broken Arrow Gold 9th grade girls basketball team had a strong defensive performance but struggled to convert on the offensive end as it lost to Sand Springs, 28 13, last Thursday.
Jade Bennett, Tashayla Hill and Grace Redick each had four points to pace the Tigers. Hanna Vransevich added one.
8th Black wins fourth straightThe Broken Arrow Black 8th grade boys basketball team notched its fourth consecutive victory with a 60 50 win over Sand Springs Gold last Thursday.
Eric Robertson poured in a season high 32 points to pace the Tigers, who also got a strong effort on the end of the floor.
“Our man to man defense and rebounding have been the key to the good play,” said BA coach Will Hughes, whose team improved to 9 5 on the season.
“Our offense comes in transition and, when we get a lead and get loose, we can become hard to guard.”
Along with Robertson’s offensive production, Isaiah Keller scored seven points, followed by Chris Motley (5), Nathan Mcknight (4), Dre Taylor (3), Adrian Perez (3), Emory Payton (2), Austin Lovelle (2) and Parker Darnell (2).
8th Gold edged by Sand SpringsThe Broken Arrow Gold 8th grade boys basketball team led midway in the fourth quarter, but could not hold on in a 31 28 loss to Sand Springs last Thursday.
BA had a chance to tie the game in the closing seconds but missed a potential game tying 3 pointer as it fell to 4 9 on the season.
Gabe Replogle led the Tigers with 11 points, followed by Demarco Garza (9), Brady Stanton (5), Adam Yancy (2) and Braden Gonzales (1).
8th White falls to BixbyThe Broken Arrow White 8th grade boys basketball team hung with Bixby Red before falling 42 29 last Thursday.
BA closed to within 10 in the fourth quarter before the Spartans pulled out the victory.
Bryce Manuel led the Tigers with nine points followed by Jabe Gensicke (8), Zane Wood (8), Sam Coutee (2) and Gage Soper (2).