Red Devils, Lady Radiers Winners in Cherokee Strip Tournament; Plus Full Standings


(Enid, OK) The Lomega Lady Raiders and the Ringwood Red Devils were the big winners this past weekend at the 2020 Cherokee Strip Basketball tournament.

Lomega, led by tournament MVP Ady Wilson, defeated defeated Cherokee 75-43 to take home their fifth straight tournament championship. Wilson scored 30 points on the night in their sixteenth straight victory.

Ringwood lifted another trophy with a 69-34 win over the Burlington Elks. MVP Jacob Briggs led Ringwood to their first title since 2016. He had twelve points in the win.


All Tournament Teams:


MVP Jacob Briggs (Ringwood)
Luis Aguilar (Ringwood)
Lake Lyon (Cherokee)
Kade Chace (Cherokee)
Preston Paschall (Lomega)
Noah Snowden (Lomega)


MVP Ady Wilson (Lomega)
Emma Duffy (Lomega)
Sydni Walker (Lomega)
Gracie Leslie (Cherokee)
Lizzy Webster (Cherokee)
Emma Watkins (Kremlin-Hillsdale)


Full Rankings of the Cherokee Tournament:


1st Place: Ringwood Red Devils (3-0)
2nd Place: Burlington Elks (2-1)
3rd Place: Cherokee Chiefs (2-1)
4th Place: Lomega Raiders (1-2)
5th Place: Timberlake Tigers (2-1)
6th Place: Kremlin-Hillsdale Broncs (1-2)
7th Place: DCLA Eagles (1-2)
8th Place: Medford Cardinals (0-3)


1st Place: Lomega Lady Raiders (3-0)
2nd Place: Cherokee Lady Chiefs (2-1)
3rd Place: Kremlin-Hillsdale Lady Broncs (2-1)
4th Place: Burlington Lady Elks (1-2)
5th Place: Ringwood Lady Red Devils (2-1)
6th Place: Timberlake Lady Tigers (1-2)
7th Place: Medford Lady Cardinals (1-2)
8th Place: DCLA Lady Eagles (0-3)