Oak Harbor falls in last game / Boys basketball

The Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team hung with host Meadowdale during the middle two quarters, but the first and fourth were a problem. The Mavericks defeated the Wildcats 77-60 Monday to even their Wesco record at 6-6 (10-10 overall).

Meadowdale now moves on to the district tournament while Oak Harbor finished its season 1-11 in league play, 3-17 overall.

The Mavericks outscored Oak Harbor by only three points, 37-34, in the second and third quarters, but they were strong at both ends of the game.

Meadowdale jumped to a 17-11 lead in the first period, led 36-28 at halftime and 54-45 going into the fourth quarter.

The Mavericks outscored the Wildcats 23-15 in the final period to cement the win.

Dorian Hardin guided the Oak Harbor attack with 15 points,

Gavin Allen had 11, Ozell Jackson 8, Haven Brown 7, Weston Whitefoot 7, Joe Arinaza 4, Kevin Schuldt 3, Austin Boesch 3 and Brennon Nye 2.

Okeoma Okoro scored 21 points and Justin Chambers 18 for the Mavericks.

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