Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

November 14, 2012

Prep basketball scores

Results from Tuesday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Achille 42, Colbert 32

Arapaho/Butler 69, Hammon 47

Arnett 63, Canute 29

Bennington 70, Wapanucka 41

Big Pasture 63, Geronimo 12

Boswell 67, Rock Creek 50

Calumet 49, Lookeba-Sickles 40

Cheyenne 71, Vici 39

Fletcher 57, Lawton Christian 44

LeFlore 61, Kinta 53

McCurtain 58, Howe 57

Oktaha 77, Crowder 40

Springer 86, Oklahoma School for the Deaf 44

Sterling 58, Chattanooga 48

Tupelo 48, Calvin 37

Wright City 68, Smithville 64

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Arnett 65, Canute 61

Asher 57, Wanette 5

Blair 48, Granite 24

Calumet 43, Lookeba-Sickles 41

Cheyenne 55, Vici 49

Colbert 73, Achille 35

Erick 68, Olustee 27

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 57, Binger-Oney 56

Hammon 73, Arapaho/Butler 34

Howe 59, McCurtain 50

Mason 58, Moss 36

Okarche 66, Amber-Pocasset 56

Preston 69, Varnum 45

Smithville 42, Wright City 36

Springer 51, Oklahoma School for the Deaf 18

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