Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

January 26, 2013

Prep basketball scoreboard

Results from Saturday

(Continued)

West Central Tournament

Third Place

Calumet 26, Arapaho/Butler 25

Championship

Thomas Fay Custer 50, Hydro-Eakly 36

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Holland Hall 50, FW Country Day, Texas 29

66 Conference Tournament

Fifth Place

Holdenville 61, Okemah 52

66 Conference Tournament

Third Place

Meeker 53, Stroud 27

Championship

Perkins-Tryon 40, Prague 18

Bi-County Tournament

Seventh Place

Duke 51, Arnett 45

Bowlegs Tournament

Maud 40, Strother 27

Sasakwa 73, Crooked Oak 19

Wewoka 68, Butner 20

Bryan County Tournament

Championship

Colbert 60, Calera 32

Buffalo Tournament

Seventh Place

Gage 49, Fort Supply 46

Championship

Shattuck 71, Forgan 61

Caddo County Tournament

Mountain View-Gotebo 44, Gracemont 41

Fifth Place

Lookeba-Sickles 43, Apache 36

Third Place

Hinton 66, Cyril 34

Championship

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 44, Binger-Oney 35

Caney Valley Tournament

Championship

Caney Valley 65, Chelsea 62

Catoosa Port City Classic

Seventh Place

Catoosa 32, Skiatook 28

Fifth Place

Claremore 44, Victory Christian 40

Third Place

Verdigris 76, Cascia Hall 52

Championship

Bixby 42, Bartlesville 39

Cherokee Strip Tournament

Seventh Place

Kremlin-Hillsdale 56, Ringwood 54

Fifth Place

Cherokee 38, Medford 26

Third Place

Burlington 53, Timberlake 50

Championship

Deer Creek-Lamont 61, Lomega 57

Comanche Tournament

Sterling 37, Cache 35

Consolation

Indiahoma 44, Chattanooga 37, OT

Third Place

Elgin 60, Walters 35

Dave Calvert Invitational

Fifth Place

Depew 57, Oaks 42

Third Place

Kiefer 61, Hulbert 49

Championship

Ripley 46, Kellyville 42, OT

Deer Creek Bruce Gray Tournament

Third Place

Mustang 43, Putnam City 36

Championship

Deer Creek 42, Enid 33

Glencoe Tournament

Seventh Place

Hominy 37, Southwest Covenant 27

Grady County Tournament

Fifth Place

Verden 53, Oklahoma Christian Academy 47

Grady County Tournament

Championship

Minco 43, Amber-Pocasset 33

Healdton Tournament

Fifth Place

Wilson 30, Ringling 21

Heart of Oklahoma Tournament

Fifth Place

Purcell 33, Wayne 29

Third Place

Byng 42, Bridge Creek 40

Championship

Sulphur 40, Mount St. Mary 27

Jenks Tournament

Third Place

Sapulpa 45, Tulsa East Central 42

Championship

Union City 62, Jenks 61

John Nobles Tournament

Choctaw 48, Eisenhower 28

Championship

Muskogee 65, Southmoore 62

Jones Tournament

Jones 41, Tecumseh 34

Lindsay 56, Elk City 42

Weatherford 51, Harrah 33

Kingfisher Tournament

Clinton 51, McLoud 36

Fifth Place

Kingfisher 54, Chisholm 44

Third Place

Bethany 59, Heritage Hall 49

Championship

Okarche 59, Piedmont 56

Mounds Tournament

Fifth Place

Checotah 53, Summit Christian 44

Championship

Oktaha 48, Haskell 45

NEO Tournament

Afton 38, Welch 25

Gold Tournament

Fifth Place

Grove 66, McLain/TSST 27

Blue Tournament

Third Place

Wyandotte 39, Tulsa Rogers 33

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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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