They didn’t wrestle like girls last Friday.
They were girls.
Kingfisher took part of an historic event last week as it fielded an all-female team at the “Wrestle Like a Girl” Cache Invitational.
Kingfisher’s expectation of winning played out in dramatic fashion on the basketball court.
Landon LaGasse won a football state championship on Saturday, then dropped a double-double on Thomas three days later.
The Cashion Wildcats made their long-anticipated debut Tuesday as they dealt Thomas a 79-31 defeat on its own court.
Jadyn Rother helped keep Okarche in the game.
Emma Stover made sure the Lady Warriors took it over.
Okarche improved to 2-0 in Three Rivers Conference games Tuesday with a 65-51 win at Oklahoma Bible Academy in Enid.
The Kingfisher girls contest at Newcastle was the exact opposite of the boys in regards to the amount of drama it provided.
Cashion trio takes top football honors in A-3
Both of Hennessey’s basketball teams will be entering the break on a positive note.
The HHS girls downed Harding Fine Arts 69-19 Tuesday at the Eagle Event Center and the boys followed suit with their own 75-33 victory.
Photos Captured and Provided By Brad Stone