The Moore American


February 5, 2014

Lady Jaguars stun Bulldogs 48-46


The Westmoore girls basketball team may have come up with their biggest win of the season Friday when they knocked off No. 14 Edmond Memorial 48-46 at EMH.

The combination of Kaci Richardson and Victoria lay owned the paint for the Jaguars. Richardson finished with 9 points and 13 rebounds while Lay added 7 points and 10 boards. Guard Ashley Gomez had a team high 13 points and Sydney Chastain posted 8 points and five assists.

The Lady Jags face Norman North, Midwest City and Southmoore in their next three outings.

“I want to see them step on the court with confidence,” Westmoore coach Andrea Guziac said. “We should know that we can play with all three of these teams and if we play well, we can beat all of them. I want to see our team play aggressive on both ends of the court.”

Edmond Memorial boys 71, Westmoore 61

Despite 23 points from Tripp Fuller, the Jaguars were unable to contend with the sixth-ranked Bulldogs. Landon Smith added 16 in the defeat.

Westmoore fell to 7-9 on the season.


The 6A-5A regional swim meet is scheduled for Friday at the OCCC. Swimmers from Westmoore, Moore and Southmoore will compete in their last meet before the state championship Feb. 21.


For the second year in a row, the Westmoore High Pom squad has won the pom national championship.

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