Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

January 8, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Tuesday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Achille 64, Victory Life 18

Ada 55, Tecumseh 49

Alex 59, Wynnewood 47

Altus 67, Elk City 55

Amber-Pocasset 55, Wayne 38

Anadarko 60, Cache 42

Arnett 84, Fort Supply 47

Asher 64, Varnum 55

Bishop Kelley 62, Tahlequah 37

Bixby 55, Sand Springs 54

Blackwell 43, Alva 41

Boise City 80, Rolla, Kan. 30

Boswell 59, Rattan 52, OT

Broken Bow 53, Valliant 29

Burlington 46, Attica, Kan. 43, 2OT

Butner 78, Graham 48

Byng 73, Konawa 48

Calumet 56, Hinton 48

Casady 65, Oklahoma Christian School 57

Cashion 70, Okarche 68

Cherokee 43, Ringwood 40

Chisholm 69, Morrison 30

Cimarron 75, Waukomis 62

Crooked Oak 86, Harding Charter Prep 66

Cushing 50, Perkins-Tryon 49, OT

Dale 59, Luther 53

Davenport 67, Coyle 48

Deer Creek 59, Shawnee 51

Depew 53, Drumright 30

Dewar 50, Wilson 35

Douglass 92, Star Spencer 79

Drummond 69, Hennessey 42

Durant 63, Atoka 47

Eagletown 61, Buffalo Valley 57, OT

Edmond Memorial 60, Moore 56

Edmond Santa Fe 75, Edmond North 58

Fairview 53, Watonga 42

Fletcher 35, Chattanooga 29

Forgan 85, Buffalo 22

Fox 84, Springer 23

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 70, Cordell 54

Glencoe 112, Covington-Douglas 31

Guthrie 53, Ponca City 46

Guymon 75, Hooker 49

Harrah 66, Bethel 46

Hartshorne 56, Heavener 48, OT

Hobart 70, Frederick 51

Hollis 67, Cheyenne 31

Howe 57, Arkoma 30

Hugo 51, Haworth 41

Hydro-Eakly 60, Corn Bible Academy 32

Kingfisher 52, Chandler 38

Kingston 64, Marietta 51

Kiowa 67, Indianola 20

Laverne 79, Seiling 73

Liberty 65, Olive 45

Lincoln Christian 59, Kansas 56

Lookeba-Sickles 75, Binger-Oney 70

Mannford 67, Cleveland 55

McGuinness 61, Stillwater 51

Medford 36, Deer Creek-Lamont 26

Meeker 91, Seminole 64

Merritt 43, Leedey 34

Millwood 56, OKC Northeast 39

Mingo Valley Christian 51, Claremore Christian 41

Moscow, Kan. 49, Hardesty 23

Mountain View-Gotebo 38, Arapaho/Butler 31

Mustang 72, Putnam City 45

Newcastle 60, Marlow 56

Okay 54, Warner 48

OKC Northwest 58, OKC U.S. Grant 41

OKC Southeast 79, Capitol Hill 54

Okeene 59, Canton 43

Okemah 64, Preston 62, OT

Oklahoma Bible 54, Mooreland 50

Oklahoma Centennial 65, John Marshall 63

Oklahoma Christian Academy 37, Crossings Christian School 34

Paden 68, Moss 62

Pauls Valley 51, Bridge Creek 33

Piedmont 63, Chickasha 43

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 40, Dover 23

Plainview 55, Tishomingo 33

Prague 55, McLoud 40

Purcell 59, Lindsay 53

Putnam North 64, Choctaw 37

Putnam West 79, Yukon 53

Quinton 66, Crowder 50

Rejoice Christian School 52, Regent Prep 32

Riverfield Country Day 50, Prue 47

Sentinel 59, Canute 39

Silo 57, Coalgate 22

Snyder 66, Navajo 47

Southmoore 77, Westmoore 70, 2OT

Stuart 62, Canadian 46

Sulphur 74, Dickson 33

Texhoma 63, Goodwell 27

Tonkawa 44, Perry 40

Union 64, Sapulpa 52

Weatherford 48, Elgin 44

Western Heights 58, Noble 47

Woodward 57, Clinton 46

Yale 61, Wellston 49

Bedouin Shrine Tournament

Coweta 64, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 35

Hulbert 74, Summit Christian 54

Sequoyah Tahlequah 65, McAlester 43

Spiro 79, Hilldale Jv 39

Beggs Tournament

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