Claremore will host Glenpool in the 2017-18 home opener tonight. The girls game begins at 6 p.m., followed by the boys at 7:30 p.m.
The Claremore girls are coming off an impressive debut by new head coach Whitney Jones, who led the Lady Zebras to a 57-47 win at Coweta.
Glenpool is coming off a 40-21 loss to Collinsville in their season opener Tuesday.
The Claremore boys had a chance late at Coweta, but let the opener slip through their fingers in a 60-56 loss.
Glenpool is 1-0 after beating Collinsville 48-44 Tuesday night in their season opener.
Foyil’s games against Afton have been postponed due to Afton playing in the Class A football semifinals.
Other Friday games include:
Oologah at Catoosa — The Oologah girls won their opener Tuesday with a 51-38 victory over Locust Grove. Catoosa’s girls are coming off a 63-61 heartbreaking loss to Hilldale.
The Catoosa boys were impressive in their 64-45 win at Hilldale. Oologah’s boys lost their opener 71-59 to Locust Grove.
Wagoner at Verdigris — The Wagoner girls defeated Jay 48-39 Tuesday. Verdigris lost its season opener against a tough Vinita squad, 47-32.
The Verdigris boys won their opener over Vinita 72-35, while Wagoner lost a lopsided opener 52-33 against Jay.
Sequoyah at Locust Grove — The Lady Eagles won a squeaker 48-47 against Miami Tuesday night. Locust Grove lost 51-38 to Oologah.
The Sequoyah boys beat Miami 60-44. Locust Grove also won Tuesday, beating Oologah 71-59.
Vinita at Inola — The Lady Longhorns are coming off a rough opener, a 67-11 loss to No. 2 Fort Gibson. Vinita beat Verdigris 47-32 Tuesday. The Inola boys also face a Fort Gibson team that was ranked No. 6, and lost 95-69. Vinita lost to Verdigris by 37 points.
Chelsea at Caney Valley — The Chelsea girls are 1-0 and haven’t played since Nov. 17 in a 55-25 win over Foyil.
Caney Valley beat Copan 61-24 Tuesday night.
The Chelsea boys are 1-0 after their 46-28 win over Foyil two weeks ago.
Wright Christian at Claremore Christian — Claremore Christian is coming off a pair of losses to South Coffeyville Tuesday. The Lady Warriors lost 31-20 and the boys fell 49-42.