Missing one of its leading scorers, El Reno High School’s boys basketball team was held to a season-low offensive output in the third-place game of the 2020 Shawnee Invitational.
El Reno took fourth place with a 61-23 loss to the host school, its second of the season to the Wolves. The Indians went 1-2 in the event as Kale Simon’s team did not reach the title game of a tournament for the first time this season.
After a rocky shooting effort in the opening round, El Reno High School’s girls basketball team rebounded with back-to-back wins to claim the consolation championship at the 2020 Shawnee Invitational.
It was the Indians second straight consolation title this month as El Reno, ranked No.8 in Class 5A, improved to 9-7 on the season.
Jennifer Douglas’ team caps the tournament portion of its schedule with a 5-4 record.
El Reno opened the Shawnee run with a 51-45 loss to Class 6A Stillwater after making just 15 baskets and shooting 33 percent.
El Reno High School’s wrestling team is going home.
One of the state’s prolific programs for more than a decade in the mid-1990s to 2000s snapped an 11-year hiatus away from the Class 5A Dual State Championships Thursday with a 44-36 win over No.6 Lawton MacArthur.
El Reno, ranked No.7 in the state, won the 2020 Class 5A, District 4 Championship with the win over the Highlanders and a 58-16 defeat of Carl Albert. Ardmore forfeited to all three teams.