Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

December 19, 2012

Prep basketball scores

Results from Tuesday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Ada 55, Shawnee 51

Adair 59, Chelsea 43

Afton 36, Wyandotte 33

Agra 63, Paden 30

Asher 71, Calvin 46

Berryhill 55, Bristow 46

Bethany 63, Tuttle 46

Binger-Oney 72, Geary 42

Blackwell 43, Tonkawa 36

Blanchard 75, Little Axe 46

Booker T. Washington 61, Tulsa Edison 47

Buffalo 66, Canton 40

Calumet 70, Lomega 26

Caney Valley 77, Barnsdall 57

Catoosa 44, Hilldale 42

Central 82, McLain/TSST 80, OT

Checotah 55, Morris 33

Cherokee 62, Cimarron 57

Christian Heritage Academy 61, Crooked Oak 54

Collinsville 38, Claremore 27

Community Christian 62, Destiny Christian Academy 54, OT

Coweta 55, Bishop Kelley 52

Coyle 64, Frontier 53

Cushing 55, Pawhuska 45

Cyril 61, Gracemont 36

Dale 42, Luther 41

Deer Creek-Lamont 62, Aline-Cleo 53

Dewey 50, Rejoice Christian School 39

Dickson 64, Tishomingo 62

Douglass 67, Millwood 55

Drummond 72, Kremlin-Hillsdale 40

Duncan 68, Cache 63

Elgin 37, Chickasha 0

Eufaula 58, Kellyville 51

Fairview 42, Watonga 29

Forgan 75, Balko 38

Fort Gibson 57, Locust Grove 43

Fort Supply 68, Hammon 58

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 46, Cordell 43

Heavener 68, Hartshorne 49

Hennessey 70, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 49

Henryetta 50, Bethel 32

Hugo 65, Valliant 27

Hulbert 67, Gore 62

Inola 72, Sequoyah-Claremore 49

Ketchum 82, Bluejacket 40

Keys (Park Hill) 64, Wagoner 58, OT

Kiowa 62, Colbert 47

Latta 66, Stonewall 40

Lexington 89, Wynnewood 41

Madill 52, Byng 48

Memorial 64, Tulsa East Central 41

Merritt 82, Burns Flat-Dill City 41

Miami 52, Vinita 51

Minco 48, Wayne 47

Moore 64, Southmoore 44

Mulhall-Orlando 62, Medford 36

Navajo 34, Duke 21

New Lima 45, Bowlegs 28

Okarche 66, Earlsboro 27

OKC Southeast 74, OKC Northeast 59

OKC Storm 91, McAlester 52

Okeene 62, Waukomis 40

Okemah 85, Dewar 22

Oklahoma Centennial 87, ASTEC Charter 65

Oklahoma Union 53, Fairland 51

Oktaha 71, Okay 46

Oologah 48, Grove 41

Pauls Valley 55, Bridge Creek 41

Perry 61, Newkirk 48

Pond Creek-Hunter 64, Covington-Douglas 44

Porter Consolidated 80, Braggs 59

Prague 64, Holdenville 40

Pryor 56, Tahlequah 38

Purcell 54, Lindsay 36

Quapaw 40, Commerce 23

Ripley 61, Davenport 43

Riverfield Country Day 43, Green Country Defenders 37

Sapulpa 66, Sand Springs 51

Savanna 72, Indianola 59

Sentinel 41, Mangum 38

Sequoyah Tahlequah 38, Metro Christian 32

Shattuck 54, Sharon-Mutual 42

Snyder 63, Indiahoma 49

Sperry 67, Verdigris 64

Sterling 55, Cement 27

Stroud 46, Jones 32

Sulphur 70, Davis 52

Tecumseh 69, McLoud 48

Texhoma 56, Turpin 43

Thomas Fay Custer 67, Sayre 52

Union 60, Bixby 53

Velma-Alma 81, Ringling 27

Vian 84, Warner 55

Victory Christian 67, Ponca City 50

Walters 72, Fox 50

Welch 51, South Coffeyville 42

Wellston 61, Mounds 58

Western Heights 81, Noble 63

Westville 59, Jay 49

Wewoka 66, Seminole 51

Whitesboro 57, Clayton 43

Wilson 82, Bray-Doyle 26

Woodward 66, Enid 46

Wright City 74, Atoka 68

Yale 58, Cleveland 55

Garber 77, Dover 50



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Adair 68, Chelsea 51

Afton 43, Wyandotte 33

Asher 60, Calvin 37

Atoka 53, Wright City 49

Beggs 56, Haskell 37

Berryhill 74, Bristow 34

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  • TAH-MORGAN.jpg Brett’s ball club

    Brett Morgan taking over as Tahlequah’s softball coach

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  • -1.tif Playing through pain

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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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