Bartlesville, Okla. — The Oklahoma Wesleyan men’s basketball team put on an impressive first half shooting display on its way to a comfortable 102-88 victory over Rhema Bible College in the OKWU Classic Friday night.
The Eagles shot 56.2 percent from the field on 41-of-73 shooting and 40 percent from three point range in the win.
Steven Cooks scored 19 points to lead six OKWU scorers in double figures on the night.
Tyler Woods, who scored 14 points and pulled down eight rebounds, Zac Rogers, 13 points and four rebounds and Brian James, who finished with 11 points and seven boards were also in double digits.
Devin Harris added 10 points and seven assists on a solid night, while Rodrick Ogletree ended with 10 points as well, including 2-for-2 from behind the arc.
The Eagles out rebounded Rhema Bible 48 to 28, but committed 23 turnovers to the visitors’ 17.
Dewayne Foster carried Rhema with his 20 points and he was supported by Rodney Altidor, who had 17 points and seven rebounds and Kasey Byrd, who contributed 15 points in the loss.