Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

January 26, 2013

Prep basketball scoreboard

Results from Saturday

(Continued)

Championship

McGuinness 62, Moore 61

Jones Tournament

Seventh Place

Lindsay 66, Jones 28

Fifth Place

Weatherford 48, Perry 46

Third Place

Elk City 52, Harrah 51

Championship

Tecumseh 55, John Marshall 52

Kingfisher Tournament

Seventh Place

Chisholm 60, Clinton 51

Fifth Place

Kingfisher 49, McLoud 43

Third Place

Heritage Hall 57, Okarche 50

Championship

Bethany 55, Piedmont 51

LeFlore County Tournament

Third Place

Heavener 47, Talihina 41

Mounds Tournament

Fifth Place

Summit Christian 67, Haskell 51

Championship

Oktaha 66, Checotah 63

NEO Tournament

Foyil 43, Quapaw 42

Gold Tournament

Grove 60, Central (Springfield), Mo. 55

Third Place

Miami 50, McLain/TSST 45

Newcastle Tournament

Third Place

Ada 55, Noble 54

Championship

Blanchard 68, Westmoore 65, 2OT

North Country Tournament

Seventh Place

Frontier 65, Ponca City JV 35

Fifth Place

Cleveland 58, Guymon 57

Championship

Pawnee 36, Blackwell 34

Okeene Tournament

Third Place

Hennessey 59, Oklahoma Bible 55

Okmulgee County Tournament

Third Place

Henryetta 75, Preston 57

Okmulgee County Tournament

Third Place

Okmulgee 66, Beggs 54

Old Fort Classic

Fifth Place

Wagoner 71, Eufaula 46

Championship

Fort Gibson 63, Muldrow 58

Inola 55, Stilwell 44

Paden Tournament

Fifth Place

Victory Life 63, Carney 54

Third Place

Paden 67, Union City 58

Championship

Agra 49, Mason 36

Pitt 8 Conference Tournament

Crowder 56, Haileyville 55

Porum Tournament

Warner 44, Porum 29

Third Place

Gore 63, Keota 47

Pryor Tournament

Third Place

Berryhill 65, Pryor 50

Championship

Locust Grove 63, Vinita 43

Shawnee Tournament

OKC Southeast 61, Norman North 56

Stillwater 57, Coweta 44

Skeltur Conference Tournament

Cimarron 68, Covington-Douglas 48

Drummond 53, Pond Creek-Hunter 51

Garber 53, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 51

Stephens County Tournament

Fifth Place

Comanche 70, Ryan 42

Stephens County Tournament

Third Place

Velma-Alma 70, Frederick 52

Texhoma Tournament

Seventh Place

Boise City 81, Hardesty 30

Tipton Tournament

Fifth Place

Temple 38, Waurika 34

Championship

Big Pasture 59, Tipton 52

Tishomingo Tournament

Fifth Place

Kingston 79, Dickson 72

Third Place

Atoka 48, Marietta 38

Championship

Latta 53, Lexington 39

Titan Classic

Seventh Place

Star Spencer 62, McAlester 51

Fifth Place

Millwood 62, Muskogee 48

Tri-County Tournament

Fifth Place

Mangum 50, Navajo 27

Third Place

Cordell 56, Hollis 46

Championship

Snyder 51, Hobart 36

Tri-State Tournament

Seventh Place

Locust Grove 59, Lifeway Christian, Ark. 38

Fifth Place

Providence Christian 58, Colcord 55

Third Place

Jay 64, Pryor JV 29

Championship

Sequoyah Tahlequah 72, Kansas 57

Tupelo Invitational Tournament

Third Place

Roff 70, Varnum 67

Championship

Konawa 66, Moss 50

West Central Tournament

Fifth Place

Sentinel 57, Burns Flat-Dill City 48

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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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