Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

November 28, 2012

Prep basketball scores

Results from Tuesday

(Continued)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Adair 53, Chelsea 40

Alva 60, Blackwell 32

Apache 62, Fletcher 33

Asher 59, Maysville 10

Balko 84, Goodwell 43

Bartlesville 45, Broken Arrow 41

Beaver 38, Guymon 33

Beggs 63, Henryetta 62

Berryhill 56, Mannford 34

Big Pasture 69, Olustee 18

Binger-Oney 41, Hinton 28

Bishop Kelley 42, Sand Springs 37

Bluejacket 70, Foyil 38

Burlington 64, Aline-Cleo 22

Burns Flat-Dill City 44, Canute 25

Caney Valley 41, Nowata 35

Canton 63, Fort Supply 42

Cascia Hall 60, Okmulgee 17

Central Sallisaw 77, Gore 28

Chattanooga 84, Geronimo 20

Cheyenne 43, Hammon 42

Christian Heritage Academy 59, Seeworth Academy 20

Colbert 55, Byng 46

Collinsville 37, Oologah 34

Community Christian 41, Crossings Christian Academy 33

Copan 56, Hominy 47

Cordell 51, Navajo 39

Coyle 65, Agra 43

Cushing 54, Stroud 43

Cyril 48, Cement 35

Dale 58, Okarche 43

Destiny Christian 35, Southwest Covenant 33

Douglass 61, OKC U.S. Grant 14

Eagletown 41, Soper 36

Edmond Memorial 64, Moore 24

Edmond Santa Fe 61, Edmond North 33

Elgin 74, Duncan 37

Elk City 47, Altus 46

Erick 54, Wheeler, Texas 28

Felt 55, Channing, Texas 19

Fort Gibson 56, Catoosa 17

Ft. Towson 44, Valliant 33

Gans 58, Arkoma 56

Garber 71, Drummond 31

Glencoe 64, Barnsdall 52

Harrah 60, McLoud 37

Hartshorne 58, Crowder 25

Heritage Hall 59, John Marshall 46

Hilldale 41, Keys (Park Hill) 35

Holland Hall 47, Summit Christian 27

Hulbert 73, Chouteau-Mazie 35

Indiahoma 64, Granite 28

Indianola 46, Haileyville 21

Kellyville 54, Bristow 28

Keota 59, Quinton 53

Ketchum 64, Wyandotte 39

Kinta 43, Canadian 40

Latta 58, Bethel 35

Leedey 76, Gage 25

Lincoln Christian 91, Wright Christian 35

Locust Grove 55, Salina 42

Lone Grove 51, Marlow 47

Lookeba-Sickles 42, Verden 36

Mason 57, Butner 40

McCurtain 55, LeFlore 22

Memorial 69, McLain/TSST 26

Merritt 38, Arapaho/Butler 31

Miami 54, Jay 32

Midway 37, Webbers Falls 31

Minco 64, Union City 24

Moss 45, Strother 41, OT

Mount St. Mary 71, OKC Northwest 31

New Lima 65, Paden 52

Oaks 41, Kiefer 38

Oktaha 66, Porter Consolidated 15

Perkins-Tryon 62, Cleveland 8

Perry 58, Pawhuska 29

Piedmont 63, Woodward 37

Plainview 61, Pauls Valley 43

Prague 48, Meeker 37

Prue 51, Riverfield Country Day 38

Quapaw 67, Welch 29

Ringwood 53, Kremlin-Hillsdale 45

Rush Springs 53, Dibble 40

Sayre 51, Shamrock, Texas 20

Skiatook 25, Sequoyah-Claremore 19

Snyder 40, Mangum 23

South Coffeyville 49, Fairland 36

Sperry 39, Dewey 23

Springer 44, Milburn 40

Stigler 56, Pocola 44

Stilwell 53, Westville 35

Stratford 58, Konawa 34

Tecumseh 56, Purcell 53, OT

Texhoma 43, Gruver, Texas 36

Timberlake 64, Waukomis 62, 2OT

Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 56, Central 33

Varnum 62, Sasakwa 38

Victory Christian 49, CHEF 20

Walters 59, Temple 28

Watts 43, Greene Co. Tech, Ark. 21

Wellston 41, Crescent 15

Whitesboro 79, Battiest 32

Yale 50, Liberty 39

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Cache vs. Weatherford, ccd.

Forgan vs. Hooker, ppd.

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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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