Trey Hopkins recreated one of his greatest basketball moments Thursday night, and, as a result, a battle for Midwest City basketball supremacy will take place about 100 miles away at Oral Roberts University’s Mabee Center on Friday night.

Hopkins’ basket off an offensive rebound just before time expired lifted Class 5A No. 2 MWC Carl Albert past 5A No. 4 Booker T. Washington 73-71 in the Tournament of Champions semifinals Thursday night.

It was a near replay of the 2016 5A state final at Mabee Center where Hopkins also scored on an offensive rebound as time expired to stun Memorial.

“Just like at state, they didn’t box me out,” said Hopkins, a Seattle signee who had 17 points. “We want to make this our house away from home.”

The Titans (6-0) will face nearby rival Midwest City (7-3), looking for its second TofC title in three years, at 8:30 p.m. The Bombers defeated 5A No. 1 Memorial 70-58.

It will be their first meeting since Carl Albert’s 88-73 win over the Bombers last January.

“We’ll be fighting for our city,” Hopkins said.

Memorial and Booker T. Washington will meet in the third-place game at 5:30 p.m.

MWC Carl Albert 73,

B.T. Washington 71

Mason Harrell had 29 points for the Titans, including a 3 midway through the third quarter that gave Carl Albert a 51-32 lead.

In the state semifinals at Mabee Center last year, Carl Albert lost a similar third-quarter lead in an overtime loss to Claremore and for a moment it looked as if that history would repeat.

The Hornets rallied and tied the game at 71 on Elisha Brantley’s trey with 33 seconds left. Carl Albert played for the last shot, a Harrell jumper that was missed wide right off the glass but Hopkins was in the right spot for the winning basket.

Trey Phipps had 16 points for the Hornets (4-3) and Bryce Thompson added 15.

Midwest City 70, Memorial 58

Memorial, using a 7-0 run, led 41-40 before Midwest City’s J.D. Ray sank a 3 to ignite a decisive 11-0 run that took just 66 seconds at the end of the third quarter. The blitz, capped by a Ray layup, also included 3s by Christian Cook and D.J. Walter.

“It was a game of runs,” said Ray, who had 15 points.

Midwest City has surprised some experts after its top two players from last year — Keyshawn Embery and Jalen Redmond, did not return to play basketball for the Bombers. Redmond is an Oklahoma football signee and Embery is playing for IMG Academy in Florida.

“Everybody was really down on us because we lost two players,” Ray said. “It would be really good for us to win this — people didn’t expect us to do much this year.”

Keylan Boone had 18 points and Kalib Boone 15 rebounds for Memorial (11-1).

“Midwest City attempts 10 more shots from the field and 15 more free throws, and then we commit 21 turnovers,” Memorial coach Bobby Allison said “They just had a lot more scoring opportunities. They capitalized.”

“We weren’t tough enough to get the free-throw line more often. Against Midwest City’s defense, if you’re not tough, it’s going to be a turnover. If you’re tough with the basketball, it’s going to be layups or free throws.”

Wright City 64, Sperry 51

Robert Briley had 18 points and 18 rebounds to power the 2A No. 1 Lumberjax (10-2) past the 3A No. 11 Pirates in a losers bracket game. Dalyn Burrell was 5-of-9 on 3s as he scored 19 for Wright City, which ended the game on an 8-0 run. Jashima Deberry led Sperry with 20 points and 11 rebounds.

Kingston 89, Ringwood 42

Jacob Germany had 23 points, 10 rebounds, five steals and five dunks to lead 3A No. 1 Kingston (9-1). Rylee Holmes added 19 points and Conner Brister 18 for the Redskins, who were 13-of-24 on 3s.

Camden Patterson paced Ringwood (7-5) with 11 points and eight rebounds.

MWC CARL ALBERT 73, B.T. WASHINGTON 71

B.T. Washington 7 18 22 24 — 71 MWC Carl Albert 16 20 23 14 — 73

B.T. Washington (4-3): Phipps 16, Thompson 15, Jones 12, Bereal 10, Hurd 10, Brantley 8..

MWC Carl Albert (6-0): Harrell 29, Hopkins 17. Taylor 9, Pool 8, Veales 6, Lands 2, Worth 2.

MIDWEST CITY 70, MEMORIAL 58

Midwest City 15 17 19 19 — 70 Memorial 17 13 11 17 — 58

Midwest City (7-3): Ray 15, Rivers 11, Cook 10, Walker 9, Walter 9, Makale Smith 7, Freeman 4, Marquis Smith 3, Johnson 2.

Memorial (11-1): Keylan Boone 18, Guest 14, Walker 9, Kalib Boone 8, Alexandre 6, Cockrell 3.

WRIGHT CITY 64, SPERRY 51

Wright City 20 9 15 20 — 64 Sperry 17 11 12 11 — 51

Wright City (10-2): Burrell 19, R.Briley 18, C.Briley 10, Dickerson 9, Trusty 5, Lecrone 3.

Sperry (7-5): Deberry 20, Vancuren 11, Pratt 10, Johnson 3, Butler 2, Foster 2, Jobe 2.

KINGSTON 89, RINGWOOD 42

Ringwood 8 13 10 11 — 42 Kingston 26 22 20 21 — 89

Ringwood (7-5): Patterson 11, Decker 10, Briggs 6, L.Mason 4, Resendiz 4, Ratzlaff 2, Aguilar 2, Navarro 2.

Kingston (9-1): Germany 23, Holmes 19, Brister 18, Weeks 12, Whipkey 8, Keatts 5, Lowe 4.

Tournament of Champions

BOYS

Wednesday

Midwest City 75, Wright City 55

MWC Carl Albert 65, Kingston 57

Booker T. Washington 92, Ringwood 55

Memorial 87, Sperry 51

Thursday

Wright City 64, Sperry 51

Kingston 89, Ringwood 42

Midwest City 70, Memorial 58

MWC Carl Albert 73, BTW 71

Friday

Sperry vs. Ringwood, 10:30 a.m.

Kingston vs. Wright City, 1:30 p.m.

Memorial vs. BTW, 5:30 p.m.

Midwest City vs. Carl Albert, 8:30 p.m.

Bill Haisten, Tulsa World, contributed to this story.

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