Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

February 12, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Tuesday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Adair 54, Chouteau-Mazie 42

Alva 47, Fairview 40

Antlers JV 52, Savanna 37

Apache 64, Rush Springs 46

Arkoma 52, Quinton 49

Atoka 54, Hugo 49

Balko 61, Tyrone 54

Bartlesville 60, NOAH 49

Beaver 59, Hooker 46

Berryhill 67, Cleveland 44

Bishop Kelley 66, Skiatook 43

Blackwell 42, Perry 31

Blanchard 42, OKC Knights 35

Booker T. Washington 65, Tulsa East Central 63, 2OT

Byng 52, Lindsay 44

Cameron 75, Battiest 51

Canadian 58, Dewar 37

Caney Valley 81, Copan 67

Casady 76, Seeworth Academy 35

Catoosa 57, Miami 47

Central 89, Tulsa Rogers 62

Central High 51, Sterling 31

Chandler 59, Wellston 44

Checotah 67, Kellyville 26

Cheyenne 59, Burns Flat-Dill City 38

Choctaw 58, Putnam North 48

Christian Heritage Academy 63, Crooked Oak 53

Colcord 54, Westville 43

Commerce 53, South Coffeyville 35

Community Christian 65, Maysville 46

Corn Bible Academy 36, Arapaho/Butler 32

Coweta 55, Claremore 38

Cyril 65, Calumet 44

Dale 50, Konawa 34

Davis 46, Comanche 42

Deer Creek 70, Noble 53

Durant 74, McAlester 61

Edmond Santa Fe 58, Edmond North 50

Elk City 64, Woodward 52

Elkhart, Kan. 84, Turpin 48

Eufaula 54, Morris 26

Fletcher 66, Cement 54

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 61, Alex 52

Geronimo 73, Walters 39

Gracemont 62, Verden 54

Guthrie 53, Chickasha 43

Guymon 55, Liberal, Kan. 51

Harrah 73, Shawnee 58

Hartshorne 53, Talihina 51

Hollis 79, Frederick 52

Hollis 79, Granite 43

Hominy 52, Prue 40

Hulbert 63, Vian 46

Hydro-Eakly 45, Carnegie 36

Jay 51, Grove 47

Jenks 71, Broken Arrow 65

Jones 52, Cushing 40

Kansas 64, Lincoln Christian 49

Ketchum 76, Foyil 74, 2OT

Kiowa 54, Tupelo 37

Latta 45, Roff 37

Laverne 70, Forgan 68

Liberty 51, Depew 47

Locust Grove 84, Fort Gibson 79

Luther 57, Lexington 48

Mangum 66, Sentinel 63

Marlow 65, Elgin 45

Merritt 57, Cordell 33

Millwood 62, OKC Storm 58

Minco 62, Ninnekah 49

Moore 68, Edmond Memorial 63

Moscow, Kan. 72, Keyes 41

Mount St. Mary 53, Oklahoma Christian School 42

Muldrow 31, Sallisaw 29

Mulhall-Orlando 50, Ripley 39

Mustang 73, Putnam City 66, OT

Norman North 68, Norman 52

Okarche 73, Crescent 69, OT

Okay 76, Porter Consolidated 34

Okeene 56, Drummond 39

Okemah 59, Meeker 50

Oklahoma Centennial 73, Capitol Hill 62

Oklahoma Union 59, Afton 52

Okmulgee 59, Beggs 42

Oologah 64, Keys (Park Hill) 33

Owasso 50, Muskogee 45

Perkins-Tryon 43, Stroud 35

Piedmont 58, Bethany 39

Pittsburg 59, Haileyville 56

Pocola 63, Heavener 42

Porum 42, Midway 33

Pryor 42, Collinsville 31

Putnam West 93, Yukon 34

Quapaw 65, Fairland 40

Rejoice Christian School 43, CHEF 36

Sand Springs 65, Bixby 63, OT

Sasakwa 56, Earlsboro 50

Seminole 60, Prague 55

Snyder 55, Hobart 54

South Central, Kan. 48, Fort Supply 46

Sperry 82, Sequoyah-Claremore 57

Spiro 66, Poteau 48

Star Spencer 82, OKC U.S. Grant 65

Stillwater 66, Enid 60

Stilwell 40, Roland 36

Sulphur 59, Tishomingo 51

Tecumseh 50, McLoud 37

Thomas Fay Custer 65, Hennessey 52

Tipton 78, Navajo 51

Tushka 52, Wright City 39

Tuttle 63, Kingfisher 42

Union 61, Sapulpa 37

Vanoss 64, Wanette 29

Varnum 43, Mason 37

Verdigris 63, Dewey 60

Vici 52, Sayre 42

Victory Christian 55, Memorial 49

Vinita 81, Wagoner 45

Wayne 56, Wynnewood 53

Weatherford 58, Anadarko 47

Webbers Falls 55, Gore 47

Westmoore 64, Southmoore 61

Wetumka 60, Graham 37

Wewoka 76, Holdenville 42

Whitesboro 44, LeFlore 41

Wilburton 44, Stigler 42

Wilson 63, Empire 48

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Ardmore vs. McGuinness, ppd. to Feb 14.

Dickson vs. Lone Grove, ppd. to Feb 13.

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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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