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High School Sports

March 3, 2013

Glencoe nips Weleetka boys 54-50 for Class A title

Class A, Class B championship recaps

(Continued)

Tune rallies Arnett past Coyle 71-60 for title

OKLAHOMA CITY — Tyler Tune had 39 points and 21 rebounds, and Arnett rallied from a 21-point deficit to beat Coyle 71-60 on Saturday night and win the boys' state championship in Class A.

The Wildcats (23-8) fell behind 27-6 early in the second quarter before charging back. Tune's putback of his own miss at the start of the fourth quarter gave Arnett its first lead since the opening minutes at 47-46. The Wildcats outscored Coyle 26-14 in the final period, with Tune coming up with 20 of the points. Trevor Bryant had the other six and finished with 17.

It was the first state championship for Arnett since 1957 in Class B.

Fidel Simpson led the Bluejackets (25-5) with 20 points, Ryan Weathers scored 16 and Tony Aska had 16 rebounds.

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