Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

December 11, 2013

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Tuesday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Altus 48, Weatherford 42

Alva 76, Chisholm 58

Braggs 91, Gans 89

Carney 73, Agra 48

Casady 62, Mount St. Mary 59, OT

Cascia Hall 51, Lincoln Christian 50

Cordell 74, Hinton 49

Destiny Christian 52, OKC Knights 49

Drummond 60, Medford 46

Elk City 74, Clinton 41

Gruver, Texas 73, Beaver 50

Haworth 53, Idabel 46

Liberal, Kan. 50, Guymon 43

Mangum 50, Sayre 38

Mannford 71, CHEF 49

McGuinness 51, Shawnee 29

Oklahoma Bible 67, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 54

Olustee 49, Duke 36

Perkins-Tryon 53, Perry 52, OT

Rejoice Christian School 49, Providence Christian 37

South Barber, Kan. 67, Burlington 43

Thomas Fay Custer 75, Watonga 45

Victory Christian 46, Holland Hall 42

Woodward 55, Enid 51

Wright City 45, Battiest 38

Adair Tournament

Adair 61, Westville 22

Canton Tournament

Fairview 70, Lomega 18

Fargo 47, Cimarron 46

Chattanooga Tournament

Chattanooga 91, Frederick JV 32

Five County Tournament

Leedey 43, Sentinel 36

Merritt 54, Arapaho/Butler 42

Frontier Tournament

Coyle 75, Newkirk JV 30

Morrison 56, Crescent 55

Newkirk 54, Frontier 50

Jerry O'Quinn Tournament

Fort Gibson 75, Sequoyah Tahlequah 71

Inola 87, Catoosa 55

Pond Creek-Hunter Tournament

Kremlin-Hillsdale 48, Covington-Douglas 38

Mulhall-Orlando 57, South Haven, Mich. 49

Prague Tournament

Cleveland 54, Prague 40

Henryetta 67, Bristow 51

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Coleman vs. Stringtown, ppd.

Durant vs. Chickasha, ppd.

Vanoss vs. Wynnewood, ppd.

Byng vs. Bethel, ppd.

Coalgate vs. Tishomingo, ppd.

Victory Life vs. Haileyville, ppd.

Allen vs. Wanette, ppd.

Stratford vs. Roff, ppd.

Boswell vs. Calera, ppd.

Panola vs. Whitesboro, ppd.

Springer vs. Mill Creek, ppd.

Konawa vs. Latta, ppd.

Kingston vs. Colbert, ppd.

Darrel James Invitational Tournament

Crowder vs. Kinta, ccd.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Agra 69, Carney 46

Alva 63, Chisholm 45

Arkoma 75, McCurtain 50

Bokoshe 57, Wister 46

Burlington 53, South Barber, Kan. 43

Cascia Hall 65, Lincoln Christian 44

Cherokee 82, Freedom 28

Cordell 69, Hinton 32

Elk City 58, Clinton 38

Enid 53, Woodward 45

Gruver, Texas 50, Beaver 35

Guymon 39, Liberal, Kan. 28

Holland Hall 41, Victory Christian 38

Howe 82, Keota 39

Idabel 60, Haworth 22

Mannford 36, CHEF 15

Mount St. Mary 68, Casady 20

Perkins-Tryon 21, Perry 20, OT

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 47, Oklahoma Bible 32

Shawnee 74, McGuinness 29

Stroud 51, Wellston 43

Thomas Fay Custer 73, Watonga 32

Waurika 62, Temple 20

Weatherford 58, Altus 37

Wright City 85, Battiest 27

Adair Tournament

Adair 78, Westville 35

Canton Tournament

Fairview 66, Fargo 31

Lomega 70, Cimarron 35

Five-County Conference Tournament

Hammon 37, Merritt 26

Leedey 55, Arapaho/Butler 34

Frontier Tournament

Newkirk 69, Frontier JV 17

Tonkawa 75, Crescent 11

Jerry O'Quinn Tournament

Fort Gibson 68, Pryor 31

Inola 51, Sequoyah Tahlequah 41

Pond-Creek Tournament

Deer Creek-Lamont 33, Kremlin-Hillsdale 31

Pond Creek-Hunter 64, Mulhall-Orlando 30

Prague Tournament

Henryetta 54, Cleveland 51

Prague 48, Bristow 18

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Coweta vs. Collinsville, ppd.

Coleman vs. Stringtown, ppd.

Durant vs. Chickasha, ppd.

Coalgate vs. Tishomingo, ppd.

Vanoss vs. Wynnewood, ppd.

Byng vs. Bethel, ppd.

Victory Life vs. Haileyville, ppd.

Allen vs. Wanette, ppd.

Stratford vs. Roff, ppd.

Boswell vs. Calera, ppd.

Panola vs. Whitesboro, ppd.

Springer vs. Mill Creek, ppd.

Konawa vs. Latta, ppd.

Kingston vs. Colbert, ppd.

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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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