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Moore Lions


Coach: Gregg Hardin

18-19 Record: 7-17

Last season was less than ideal for the Moore Lions basketball team, but fourth year head coach, Gregg Hardin, see a lot of potential in this season’s squad. “This season could be the year Moore changes the culture of winning,” he stated. “With a good returning group back and a really good sophomore class coming up, I feel like we can play eleven kids with no drop off. Look for us to be more aggressive on both ends of the court this season.” Dylan McDougal (6-3, Jr.) averaged 6.8 points per game last season and looks to increase his role. Justin Martin (6-2, Jr.) shot 58 percent on field goals while averaging 6.5 points per game. Jawan Mukes (5-9, Jr.) is a dynamic point guard who knows how to find his teammates. He tallied 3.8 assists per game a year ago. Providing leadership on and off the court, Bryce Scudder (6-2, Sr.) returns for his senior campaign. Sharpshooter Kason Landrum (5-10, Sr.) is a player that can shoot the three consistently. Other players that will look to make big contributions are Marcus Dockins (6-1, So.), Lonato Henderson (6-3, So.), Greg Lewis (6-0, Jr.), Rejond Hayes (5-9, So.), KJ Jefferson (6-4, So.), and Chace Cook (6-0, So.). 


Coach: Brent Hodges

18-19 Record: 19-7

After a 19-7 season a year ago, the Lady Lions of Moore are ready to make a deep postseason run this season. Head coach Brent Hodges says that with another year of competition under their belt, his team should be able to do some damage in the playoffs. “We are a very talented team,” Hodges said. “We are a year older and more mature. We feel like this team is a team that can make a deep run and contend for a gold ball. We will be a very good offensive team, and also a team that will improve defensively throughout the year.” Aaliyah Moore (6-3, Jr.) led the team with 17.2 points per game, along with 9.5 rebounds last year and will be a leader on the court this season. Looking to be a dominant player this season, Raychael Harjo (6-3, Jr.) is coming off a 14.1 points and 6.1 rebounds per game average last year. Ashanti Day (5-5, Sr.) is an energetic guard that will be vital to her teams success. Dominating the frontcourt will be Tyauna Vaught (6-0, Sr.), who took at total of eleven charges last season. She also averaged 5.5 points and 7.1 rebounds per game. Joining Day at the guard position is Peyton Andrews (5-10, Jr.), who looks to increase her role and contribution on the team. Other players on the roster that will make an impact this season are Alyssa Williams (6-5, Sr.), Alaysia Pendarvis (5-6, Sr.), Nivey Chibitty (5-6, Fr.), Keyonna Gordon (5-9, Jr.), and Bri Huffman (5-9, So.), who is a transfer from Lawton.