Playing in front a raucous crowd on a Tuesday afternoon took some getting used to. But eventually the Midwest City girls settled in and took care of rival Del City in a 63-31 win at John Smith Fieldhouse. “The biggest issue was getting used the crowd and the noise,” said Midwest City coach Katie Tompson. “That was probably the loudest game that I’ve ever coached in.”The Lady Bombers led 25-9 at halftime before exploding for 25 points in the third quarter.
The Midwest City boys used a big second half to pull past rival Del City 64-58 in front a packed John Smith Fieldhouse crowd Tuesday afternoon. DJ Walter led that second-half charge, scoring 20 of his game-high 24 points in the final two quarters of play. “We didn’t come out the way we wanted to and coach harped on us about getting stops,” Walter said. “And that’s what we did in the second half.” Sophomore Demontreal Crutchfield led the Eagles with 12 points.
But when Midwest City’s Ward One was left without a representative on the city council, Eads accepted the challenge. She was appointed to replace former councilman Daniel McClure who resigned in January 2017. Eads knew it would take a little time to get acclimated to her new role. But she found herself learning on the fly, as the city council tackled a number of major issues including the city budget, Sooner Rose Shopping Center and Warren Theatre development and refinancing Town Center Plaza.
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