Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

January 11, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Adair 47, Chelsea 32

Caney 72, Wapanucka 56

Cleveland 20, Collinsville 19

Cordell 73, Minco 70

Foyil 49, Commerce 32

Grove 45, McDonald County, Mo. 41

Haworth 102, Eagletown 38

Howe 70, Keota 53

Kansas 52, Colcord 49

Miami 69, Jay 54

Poteau 68, Heavener 38

Pryor 54, Claremore 50

Ringwood 66, Medford 41

Riverside 68, Sentinel 43

Sperry 62, Rejoice Christian School 49

Stuart 57, Quinton 33

Alex Tournament

Fox 70, Paoli 41

Anadarko Tournament

Anadarko 43, Carl Albert 42

El Reno 79, OKC Storm North 57

MacArthur 83, Star Spencer 59

Anadarko Tournament

Noble 56, Anadarko JV 45

Arapaho Tournament

Cheyenne 44, Chattanooga 41

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 54, Snyder 34

Hooker 46, Arapaho/Butler 44

Sayre 38, Canute 20

Arkansas River Shootout

LeFlore 52, Warner 42

Arvest Invitational-Bartlesville

Bixby 56, Bartlesville 45

Enid 68, Southmoore 65

Bedouin Shrine Tournament

Haskell 73, Oktaha 56

Jenks 62, Sequoyah Tahlequah 32

Muskogee 51, Coweta 39

Spiro 82, Hulbert 45

Beggs Tournament

Stilwell 47, Central Sallisaw 45

Bethany Tournament

Tecumseh 65, Casady 50

Western Heights 45, Piedmont 44

Bishop McGuinness Tournament

Deer Creek 57, Guthrie 39

McGuinness 51, Norman 29

Norman North 73, Yukon 58

Cherokee Tournament

Aline-Cleo 56, Covington-Douglas 48

Burlington 68, Kremlin-Hillsdale 52

Pond Creek-Hunter 54, Buffalo 50, OT

Timberlake 44, Cherokee 43

Chickasha Tournament

Chickasha 73, Duncan 66, 2OT

Lawton 67, Cache 59

Moore 86, Altus 49

Mount St. Mary 56, OKC U.S. Grant 47

Chisholm Tournament (Wheat Capital)

Alva 66, Blackwell 37

Guymon 50, Fairview 47

Kingfisher 41, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 36

Perry 62, Chisholm 44

Davenport Tournament

Agra 61, Oilton 43

Davenport 65, Mounds 38

Depew 49, Wellston 37

Olive 50, Butner JV 41

East Central Tournament

Choctaw 59, Shawnee 53

Ponca City 52, Newcastle 39

Sapulpa 54, Stillwater 53

Henryetta Tournament

Wilburton 52, Metro Christian 38

Hinton Invitational Tournament

Harding Charter Prep 65, Amber-Pocasset 39

Hinton 49, Crossings Christian School 46

Luther 55, Hammon 42

Kingfisher Tournament

Cashion 43, Okeene 42

Hennessey 76, Seeworth Academy 49

Thomas Fay Custer 48, Okarche 43

Watonga 66, Crescent 65, 2OT

Kingston Tournament

Atoka 51, Silo 44

Latta 46, Kingston 38

Talihina 44, Coalgate 13

Tishomingo 50, Rock Creek 34

Konawa Tournament

Destiny Christian 65, Holdenville 49

Wetumka 51, Strother 40

Locust Grove Tournament

Keys (Park Hill) 60, Fort Gibson JV 38

Locust Grove 66, Chouteau-Mazie 36

Verdigris 79, Cascia Hall 47

Lone Grove Tournament

Idabel 67, Lone Grove 50

Walters 67, Washington 62

Marietta Tournament

Davis 53, Wayne 42

Sulphur 59, Community Christian 45

Merritt Classic Tournament

Arnett 47, Hollis 46

Mangum 45, Calumet 42

Navajo 39, Hugo 36

Mike Kerr Classic

Afton 61, Southwest Covenant 59

Glencoe 101, Frontier 46

Morrison 62, Woodland 43

Pawnee 67, Tonkawa 51

Moss Tournament

Dewar 45, Moss 39

Mulhall-Orlando (M-O) Tournament

Dover 68, Coyle 43

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Poll

Do you think "blue laws" related to Sunday alcohol sales in Oklahoma should be relaxed? Choose the option that most closely reflects your opinion.

Alcoholic drinks should be sold Sundays in restaurants and bars, and liquor stores should be open.
Alcoholic drinks should be sold Sundays in restaurants and bars only; liquor stores should stay closed.
Liquor stores should be open Sundays, but drinks should not be served anywhere on Sundays.
The law should remain as it is now; liquor stores should be closed, and drinks should be served on Sundays according to county option.
No alcohol should be sold or served publicly on Sundays.
Undecided.
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