Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

January 25, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday

(Continued)

Pocola 68, Heavener 49

Spiro 56, Talihina 47

Little Axe Tournament

Capitol Hill 68, Santa Fe South 47

Christian Heritage Academy 67, OKC U.S. Grant 48

Harding Charter Prep 62, Plainview 49

Little Axe 51, Lexington 43

MC-6 Tournament

Ft. Towson 53, Battiest 43

Mounds Tournament

Glenpool 61, Okay 48

Haskell 70, Summit Christian 61

Ketchum 66, Mounds 35

Oktaha 72, Porter Consolidated 31

NEO Tournament

Bluejacket 63, Fairland 41

Cave Springs 68, Watts 62

Quapaw 75, Tyro Community Christian, Kan. 42

Welch 61, Braggs 50

Newcastle Tournament

Bethel 64, OKC Classen Adv. 22

North County Invitational

Blackwell 74, Frontier 27

Pawnee 50, Mannford 42

Tonkawa 76, Guymon 69, 2OT

Okeene Tournament

Canton 80, Sharon-Mutual 58

Crossings Christian School 63, Geary 31

Fairview 38, Hennessey 37

Okeene 35, Oklahoma Bible 33

Old Fort Classic

Bishop Kelley 69, Keys (Park Hill) 46

Oologah 64, Muldrow 44

Paden Tournament

Carney 70, Prue 38

Paden 55, Graham 53

Union City 63, Mason 42

Weleetka 65, Agra 29

Pitt 8 Conference Tournament

Canadian 55, Pittsburg 27

Pottawatomie County Tournament

Earlsboro 60, Allen 50

Pryor Tournament

Berryhill 53, Pryor 49

Locust Grove 54, Adair 40

Purcell Tournament

Anadarko 55, Purcell 50, OT

Byng 61, Bridge Creek 41

Mount St. Mary 65, Lone Grove 45

Tuttle 55, Sulphur 34

Shawnee Tournament

Norman North 62, El Reno 53

OKC Southeast 63, Choctaw 58

Shawnee 59, Coweta 40

Stillwater 60, Sapulpa 52

Stephens County Tournament

Ryan 52, Empire 37

Texhoma Tournament

Boise City 53, Hooker 49

Texhoma 64, Balko 46

Turpin 45, Goodwell 35

Tyrone 57, Hardesty 17

Tipton Tournament

Temple 55, Blair 49, OT

Tipton 86, Big Pasture 51

Tishomingo Tournament

Atoka 72, Pauls Valley 48

Latta 50, Kingston 38

Marietta 53, Dickson 29

Tishomingo 52, Davis 50

Titan Classic

Bartlesville 51, Norman 48

Star Spencer 65, Branson, Mo. 61

Tri-County Tournament

Mangum 50, Sayre 41

Snyder 54, Navajo 52, OT

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Destiny Christian 65, Liberty Academy 51

Hockaday School, The, Texas 59, Casady 32

Holland Hall 60, FW Country Day, Texas 51

Hugo 69, Durant 34

Red Oak 63, Kinta 17

Stratford 40, Vanoss 35

Wilburton 52, Hartshorne 41

66 Conference Tournament

Meeker 55, Stroud 52

Perkins-Tryon 48, Okemah 40

Bi-County Tournament

Arnett 61, Duke 57

Cheyenne 36, Hammon 22

Merritt 50, Mooreland 26

Seiling 51, Erick 41

Bryan County Tournament

Caddo 60, Tushka 16

Colbert 53, Silo 30

Buffalo Tournament

Buffalo 63, Laverne 60

Fargo 43, Beaver JV 20

Shattuck 50, Forgan 49

Vici 40, Beaver 34

Caddo County Tournament

Apache 45, Carnegie 37

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 40, Lookeba-Sickles 33

Caney Valley Tournament

Nowata 30, Barnsdall 29

Sperry 58, Liberty 28

Cashion County Line Tournament

Cashion 67, Oklahoma Centennial 38

Coyle 51, Community Christian 48

Morrison 48, Oklahoma Christian School 29

Watonga 54, Crescent 30

Catoosa Port City Classic

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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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