Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

February 15, 2013

Metro Lakes Conference Insider

Boys standings

Team    Conf. W-L    Overall W-L    PF    PA

Coweta    11-0    18-3    1,295    1,005

Bishop Kelley    9-3    15-7    1,249    1,102

Pryor    8-3    11-8    1,141    1,046

Skiatook    4-7    10-11    1,284    1,387

Tahlequah    4-7    7-15    1,111    1,302

Collinsville    4-7    6-14    810    999

Claremore    0-11    0-21    794    1,243

Girls standings

Team    Conf. W-L    Overall W-L    PF    PA

Collinsville    9-2    16-6    1,054    952

Claremore    9-2    12-9    903    950

Tahlequah    8-3    13-9    1,159    863

Bishop Kelley    6-6    12-10    1,076    974

Skiatook    4-7    7-14    729    805

Coweta    2-9    5-16    721    969

Pryor    1-10    2-17    702    1,037

Friday (2/8)

Boys scores

Pryor 56, Tahlequah 53

Coweta 55, Bishop Kelley 40

Collinsville 44, Claremore 38

Skiatook 66, Cl-Sequoyah 63

Girls scores

Tahlequah 60, Pryor 30

Bishop Kelley 58, Coweta 33

Collinsville 58, Claremore 40

Skiatook 34, Cl-Sequoyah 26

Saturday (2/9)

Boys scores

Bishop McGuinness 69, Tahlequah 28

Oologah 53, Collinsville 40

Girls scores

Bishop McGuinness 51, Tahlequah 47

Collinsville 49, Oologah 45

Monday (2/11)

Boys scores

Sperry 76, Skiatook 71

Girls scores

Skiatook 40, Sperry 27

Tuesday (2/12)

Boys scores

Bishop Kelley 61, Skiatook 46

Coweta 58, Collinsville 29

Pryor 70, Claremore 63, OT

Girls scores

Skiatook 51, Bishop Kelley 38

Collinsville 49, Coweta 40

Claremore 57, Pryor 16

Friday (2/15)

Claremore at Tahlequah

Collinsville at Skiatook

Pryor at Coweta

Tuesday (2/18)

Pryor at Grove

MLC Boys

League champ

Coweta: The Tigers coasted to the league crown, hardly ever being challenged except for a three-point game against Bishop Kelley during the stages of the season. The combination of Zach Norris, Caleb Norris, Ty Gunter and Austin Swboni proved to be too much for the rest of the Metro Lakes Conference. The Tigers earned home regional and should be one of four teams to qualify for the Class 5A state tournament from the east side of the state.

Solid second

Bishop Kelley: The Comets were good in league play, just not when they were playing Coweta. After a crushing loss to Tahlequah, Bishop Kelley followed it up with a 55-40 loss to Coweta, which allowed the Tigers to wrap up the league crown. Matt Craig and Co., though, should make a run at a state-tournament spot in the coming weeks.

Tough luck

Claremore: The Zebras have one last (legitimate) chance to get their first win of the season on Friday at Tahlequah. That will be Claremore’s last regular season game before taking on 5A No. 2 Memorial in the first round of the playoffs — which will effectively end the Zebras’ season.

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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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