Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

March 7, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Thursday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Class 2A Area I

Hobart 54, Hennessey 47

Consolation

Thomas Fay Custer 35, Oklahoma Bible 30

Class 2A Area II

Yale 56, Tonkawa 55

Consolation

Pawnee 71, Rejoice Christian School 48

Class 2A Area III

Consolation

Christian Heritage Academy 64, Cordell 52

Silo 66, Wilson 40

Class 2A Area IV

Consolation

Dale 52, Chouteau-Mazie 48, OT

Pocola 42, Talihina 40

Class 3A Area I

Consolation

Alva 64, Comanche 62

Perkins-Tryon 45, Marlow 42

Class 3A Area II

Consolation

Henryetta 70, Adair 58

Sperry 73, Lincoln Christian 59

Class 3A Area III

Consolation

Kingston 63, ASTEC Charter 49

Consolation

Hugo 52, Lindsay 40

Class 3A Area IV

Consolation

Antlers 57, Metro Christian 43

Eufaula 48, Sulphur 45

Class 4A Area I

Consolation

Tulsa Webster 46, Star Spencer 41

Woodward 58, Oologah 57, OT

Class 4A Area II

Consolation

Inola 64, Locust Grove 58

Consolation

Stilwell 59, Cascia Hall 40

Class 4A Area III

Consolation

Kingfisher 51, Byng 50, OT

Consolation

Anadarko 62, Bethany 51

Class 4A Area IV

Consolation

Broken Bow 74, Central 54

Consolation

Ada 61, Poteau 49

Class A State Tournament

Quarterfinal

Glencoe 83, Velma-Alma 69

Hollis 45, Pond Creek-Hunter 39

Kiowa 56, Ft. Cobb-Broxton 46

Weleetka 49, Laverne 44

Class B State Tournament

Quarterfinal

Arnett 63, Southwest Covenant 43

Forgan 78, Cave Springs 40

Lookeba-Sickles 72, Tipton 67, OT

Okeene 46, Red Oak 40, 2OT

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Class 2A Area I

Consolation

Fairview 39, Sayre 32

Hennessey 48, Hooker 29

Stroud 51, Pawnee 45

Class 2A Area II

Consolation

Ripley 30, Kiefer 28

Class 2A Area III

Consolation

Rush Springs 63, Calera 44

Wright City 48, Healdton 38

Class 2A Area IV

Consolation

Dale 51, Colcord 34

Howe 40, Quinton 35

Class 3A Area I

Consolation

Tishomingo 40, Perkins-Tryon 29

Consolation

Chisholm 40, Jones 31

Class 3A Area II

Consolation

Kansas 49, Chelsea 27

Newkirk 56, Beggs 46

Class 3A Area III

Consolation

Davis 56, Lone Grove 38

Lindsay 63, Marietta 41

Class 3A Area IV

Consolation

Metro Christian 41, Holdenville 37

Vian 47, Wilburton 32

Class 4A Area I

Consolation

Woodward 58, Berryhill 50

Consolation

OKC Classen Adv. 72, Tulsa Webster 50

Class 4A Area II

Consolation

Inola 60, Stilwell 55

Consolation

Locust Grove 53, Newcastle 30

Class 4A Area III

Consolation

Cache 68, Madill 51

Plainview 48, Elk City 41

Class 4A Area IV

Consolation

Hilldale 55, Victory Christian 47

Poteau 55, McLoud 35

Class 5A Area East

Consolation

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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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