Sandites roll NOAH 82-25 in biggest win of the decade

By: Scott Emigh, Editor-in-Chief

Photo: Morgan Miller

By the end of Friday night's tournament game against NOAH, 57 points separated the two teams. In the second quarter alone, Sand Springs outscored NOAH's entire game, and Kyle Keener nearly outscored the entire team.

In round two of the Tulsa Memorial festival, Sand Springs outscored their opponent by more than they've outscored anyone in the last decade and also scored the most points since their 2014 season opener when they trounced Wright Christian 92-42. Thursday night the Sandites defeated the Wichita Defenders 75-44. 

Kyle Keener scored a season-high 22 points, followed by Brooks Haddock with 12 and Colt Savage with 9. All 14 Sandites to step on the court got to score, including two freshmen. 

Sand Springs improves to 4-0 for the season and will next take on the Northwest Arkansas Hornets (7-10) Saturday at 1:00.