Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

January 24, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Thursday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Altus Tournament

Eisenhower 94, Chickasha 54

MacArthur 93, Altus 82, OT

Buffalo Tournament

Beaver 53, Fort Supply 36

Forgan 80, Fargo 27

Laverne 80, Buffalo 62

Shattuck 42, Vici 31

Caddo County Tournament

Binger-Oney 65, Gracemont 55

Carnegie 46, Hinton 43

Cashion County Line Tournament

Morrison 72, Watonga 66

Oklahoma Christian School 49, Coyle 44

Cherokee Strip Conference Tournament

Burlington 47, Lomega 17

Cherokee 38, Timberlake 26

Kremlin-Hillsdale 38, Deer Creek-Lamont 36

Medford 45, Ringwood 42

Deer Creek Bruce Gray Tournament

Mustang 80, OKC Northeast 64

Putnam North 66, Westmoore 42

Frontenac Tournament

Douglass 92, Frontenac, Kan. 61

Glencoe Tournament

Glencoe 85, Woodland 29

Healdton Tournament

Wilson 51, Wayne 46

Heart of Oklahoma Tournament

Sulphur 56, Mount St. Mary 47

Jay Tournament

Sequoyah Tahlequah 81, Locust Grove JV 25

John Nobles Tournament

Moore 62, Lawton 58

Southmoore 63, Tahlequah 30

Kiefer Tournament

Hulbert 82, Oaks 57

Kingfisher Tournament

Chisholm 63, Bethany 51

Heritage Hall 71, Okarche 44

MC-6 Tournament

Valliant 44, Rattan 40

Mounds Tournament

Haskell 92, Porter Consolidated 40

Okay 55, Mounds 49

Summit Christian 60, Oktaha 47

NEO Tournament

Braggs 71, Quapaw 60

Guthrie 64, Miami 58

North Country Tournament (NOC)

Pawnee 54, Blackwell 45

Okeene Tournament

Fairview 64, Geary 29

Hennessey 61, Crossings Christian School 41

Okeene 60, Sharon-Mutual 31

Oklahoma Bible 67, Canton 39

Old Fort Classic

Inola 66, Fort Gibson 57

Paden Tournament

Weleetka 58, Paden 22

Shawnee Tournament

Stillwater 72, Shawnee 65, 3OT

Skeltur Conference Tournament

Drummond 49, Pond Creek-Hunter 48

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 62, Cimarron 43

Stephens County Tournament

Comanche 53, Marlow 47

Texhoma Tournament

Balko 33, Tyrone 24

Boise City 58, Goodwell 46

Hooker 41, Turpin 33

Texhoma 63, Hardesty 17

Tipton Tournament

Tipton 79, Waurika 40

Tishomingo Tournament

Kingston 46, Tishomingo 37

Tri-County Tournament

Hobart 59, Cordell 42

Hollis 69, Riverside 67

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Cyril 42, Binger-Oney 32

Hinton 37, Gracemont 30

Welch 53, Tyro Community Christian, Kan. 37

Buffalo Tournament

Beaver 46, Laverne 36

Forgan 59, Fargo 52

Shattuck 67, Beaver JV 16

Vici 61, Buffalo 54

Cashion County Line Tournament

Community Christian 50, Morrison 43

Cherokee Strip Tournament

Burlington 48, Kremlin-Hillsdale 29

Cherokee 43, Deer Creek-Lamont 39

Lomega 80, Ringwood 34

Timberlake 59, Medford 21

Comanche Tournament

Cache 73, Sterling 64

Elgin 47, Chattanooga 25

Fletcher 27, Walters 22

Indiahoma 59, Geronimo 43

Deer Creek Bruce Gray Tournament

MacArthur 49, Enid 45

Glencoe Tournament

Glencoe 74, Southwest Covenant 41

Heart of Oklahoma Tournament

Anadarko 79, Mustang JV 13

Mount St. Mary 70, Lone Grove 31

Interstate Classic

Coffeyville, Kan. 63, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 40

Rose Hill, Kan. 67, Wright Christian 12

Jay Tournament

Sequoyah Tahlequah 57, Westville 30

John Nobles Tournament

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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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