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Oklahoma high school girls basketball: Live score, OSSAA 3A state semifinals updates recap (3/8/2024)

Follow all of the action from Yukon

Semifinal Friday for girls high school basketball in Oklahoma has arrived.

Friday, the two Class 3A semifinal games will be taking place in Yukon at the Yukon High School gym.

You can follow all of the action here.

See live updates below.

Below is our Live Update Feed created as the contest progresses. Read from the bottom up to follow from the beginning and refresh often for the latest updates throughout the game.


- Idabel got 16 points and 12 rebounds from Mercades Lopez in its semifinal win tonight. Jones was led by 9 points from Sofi Woodson, who ends her stellar Lady Longhorn career with three state titles.

- There will be a new champion in Class 3A, as Idabel ends Jones' three-year reign as state champs with a 45-33 win in Yukon. Idabel will take on Washington for the 3A title Saturday in Oklahoma City (Idabel, 45-33 | Final)

- Idabel appears headed to Saturday's championship game as the Lady Warriors lead by 10 inside the final minute (Idabel, 43-33 | :45, 4th)

- Idabel up by nine entering inside of two minutes to play (Idabel, 40-31 | 2:00, 4th)

- Idabel pushes its lead up to double digits as standout 6-foot-6 post Mary Carden catches a pass down low, lays it in for the finish while being fouled. She then hits the free throw to compete the three-point play (Idabel, 39-28 | 3:52, 4th)

- Idabel holds a seven-point lead on three-time defending 3A champion Jones going into the fourth quarter (Idabel, 34-27 | 8:00, 4th)

- Idabel's standout freshman, Jaylen Cauthron, has hit two 3-point baskets late in the third. Lady Warriors push lead up to nine (Idabel, 34-25 | :55, 3rd)

- Jones making a push, but Idabel still has the lead, up five (Idabel, 28-23 | 3:00, 3rd)

- Idabel will take a seven-point lead into the locker room at the break (Idabel, 22-15 | Half)

- End of the first quarter, Idabel holds a 9-5 lead on Jones (Idabel, 9-5 | 8:00, 2nd)

- The second 3A semifinal is one of the more heavily anticipated games in the state tonight. Three-time defending state champion Jones goes up against Idabel, which is seeking to return to its second title game in three seasons.


- Kelby Beller had 18 points to lead Washington. CCS was led by Ava Bell, who had 11 points.

- Washington ended the game on a 17-2 run as the Lady Warriors improve to 25-3 and will play Saturday for the 3A title against either Jones or Idabel (Washington, 48-38 | Final)

- Washington pulling away now, and the Lady Warriors appear to be heading to Saturday's 3A title game (Washington, 46-38 | :20, 4th)

- Washington breaks pressure and gets a driving layup with under a minute to play (Washington, 42-38 | :50, 4th)

- Washington forces a turnover and gets the ball back. But CCS' Hope Martin comes up with a steal and goes in for the layup (Washington, 40-38 | 1:20, 4th)

- Washington retakes the lead with a 3-point basket. CCS attempts a shot on the other end and misses. Lady Warriors get the rebound, and Kelby Beller gets a finish for a two-possession lead (Washington, 40-36 | 1:58, 4th)

- Washington within one now under three minutes (Community Christian, 36-35 | 2:40, 4th)

- Community Christian gets four straight points to start the final quarter as the Lady Saints regain the lead (Community Christian, 34-31 | 5:16, 4th)

- Been an entertaining three quarters in this 3A semifinal, as Washington takes a one-point lead entering the fourth (Washington, 31-30 | 8:00, 4th)

- We are tied at halftime in Yukon, with a trip to the 3A title game Saturday at stake. Washington's Kelby Beller had 10 points for the Lady Warriors, while Sadie Thrailkill has 6 to lead CCS (20-20 | Half)

- A good first quarter for Community Christian ends with the team on top of top-ranked Washington by five (Community Christian, 13-8 | 8:00, 2nd)

- The first of the two Class 3A semifinal games from Yukon is under way as top-ranked Washington gets set to take on Community Christian School.

Photo of Washington in action by Michael Kinney

-- Buck Ringgold | | @SBLiveOK