Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

February 1, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday

(Continued)

Poteau 50, Roland 42

Purcell 42, Blanchard 30

Putnam West 87, Putnam City 53

Quinton 59, Clayton 49

Rejoice Christian School 68, CHEF 47

Ringwood 66, Covington-Douglas 23

Ripley 49, Agra 25

Sasakwa 73, New Lima 64

Sequoyah Tahlequah 57, Cascia Hall 53

Shawnee 77, Chickasha 46

Sperry 76, Preston 73

Spiro 60, Sallisaw 37

Stillwater 43, McGuinness 36

Stilwell 57, Muldrow 40

Stratford 75, Wayne 34

Sulphur 76, Davis 51

Tahlequah 53, Coweta 32

Talihina 51, Stigler 29

Tecumseh 50, Jones 38

Temple 79, Big Pasture 49

Texhoma 68, Boise City 54

Thomas Fay Custer 55, Okarche 40

Tipton 55, Davidson 54

Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 67, Tulsa Rogers 59

Tulsa East Central 51, Tulsa Webster 47

Tushka 62, Caddo 47

Union City 58, Wanette 27

Valliant 69, Smithville 42

Vanoss 49, Allen 45

Varnum 76, Moss 51

Verdigris 70, Inola 61

Vian 66, Westville 38

Warner 61, Webbers Falls 54

Waurika 47, Ringling 43

Weleetka 54, Kiefer 50

Whitesboro 78, Battiest 32

Wilson-Henryetta 62, Graham 46

Woodward 61, Clinton 51

Yale 57, Luther 43

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Adair 49, Kansas 37

Allen 45, Vanoss 41

Alva 49, Chisholm 34

Amber-Pocasset 46, Fletcher 39

Anadarko 49, Cache 31

Arkoma 73, Keota 43

Arnett 77, Buffalo 60

Atoka 54, Antlers 41

Bartlesville 53, NOAH 20

Beggs 67, Haskell 44

Berryhill 64, Bristow 28

Bethany 56, Pauls Valley 42

Big Pasture 53, Temple 39

Bishop Kelley 47, Pryor 43

Bixby 36, Jenks 22

Blackwell 46, Newkirk 40

Blanchard 41, Purcell 29

Booker T. Washington 77, McLain/TSST 17

Braggs 42, Kinta 40

Bridge Creek 48, Lindsay 47

Broken Arrow 63, Sand Springs 45

Burlington 56, Timberlake 52

Butner 54, Maud 34

Caddo 75, Tushka 31

Cameron 53, McCurtain 42

Canadian 65, Indianola 35

Caney 45, Soper 25

Caney Valley 32, Pawhuska 9

Canute 54, Granite 32

Cashion 51, Oklahoma Christian Academy 43

Central Sallisaw 59, Okay 43

Chattanooga 59, Geronimo 32

Cheyenne 45, Arapaho/Butler 35

Choctaw 64, Mustang 51

Cleveland 37, Glenpool 35

Clinton 54, Woodward 50

Colcord 55, Welch 23

Collinsville 39, Skiatook 28

Community Christian 40, Dibble 32

Cordell 59, Burns Flat-Dill City 23

Crossings Christian School 56, Harding Charter Prep 49

Cushing 28, Mannford 21

Dallas Greenhill, Texas 65, Casady 22

Davenport 63, Mulhall-Orlando 32

Davis 42, Sulphur 29

Deer Creek 31, Carl Albert 23

Depew 57, Mounds 20

Douglass 52, Capitol Hill 17

Dover 62, Crescent 28

Edmond Santa Fe 56, Yukon 45

Eisenhower 76, OKC Southeast 51

Elgin 52, Altus 21

Enid 59, Ponca City 38

Erick 59, Duke 48

Fairview 47, Okeene 28

Forgan 42, Turpin 17

Fort Gibson 53, Keys (Park Hill) 32

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 47, Carnegie 42

Gans 62, Porter Consolidated 34

Grove 38, Catoosa 30

Guthrie 35, Noble 10

Harrah 39, Ada 34

Healdton 28, Walters 18

Hennessey 30, Oklahoma Bible 14

Heritage Hall 93, Crooked Oak 17

Hilldale 61, Oologah 27

Hobart 40, Hollis 21

Holdenville 48, Seminole 46

Holland Hall 46, FW Trinity Valley, Texas 35

Hulbert 56, Gore 30

Hydro-Eakly 45, Geary 32

Idabel 51, Durant 35

Jay 45, Wagoner 36

John Marshall 49, OKC U.S. Grant 35

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