Caddo boys and girls headed to state championship
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (KTEN) - Caddo head basketball coach Kolby Johnson said his two teams were coming to Oklahoma City to hopefully play six games. On Friday, the Bruins made that a reality.
The Caddo girls kicked things off in the Class A semifinals with a 49-45 come from behind victory over Riverside. Senior guard Emily Robinson stole the show, scoring 36 points in the win.
"She put us on her back," said Johnson. "I knew we had an advantage outside with Emily."
Following that game, two Texoma schools had the chance to advance to the Class A boys final. However, Rattan fell to Okay. The Mustangs defense was strong in a 57-37 win.
No. 1 Caddo boys had a battle with No. 6 Seiling but in the end DJ Dill's 29 points for Caddo proved to be enough in a 50-40 win. They will play Okay at 7 p.m. Saturday.
The Caddo ladies will face Seiling, who knocked Caddo out in the semifinals last year. That game tips at 2 p.m. Saturday.