Tahlequah Daily Press


January 11, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday


Mulhall-Orlando 50, Drumright 37

Waukomis 62, Garber 52

Oil Center Tournament

Forgan 60, Shattuck 20

Oologah Tournament

Fort Gibson 66, Dewey 58

Inola 70, Wagoner 42

Putnam City Schools Tournament

Midwest City 85, Putnam North 51

Putnam West 62, Eisenhower 54

Union 84, OKC Storm 81, 2OT

Ripley Tournament

Chandler 48, Liberty 37

Newkirk 48, Oklahoma Bible 41

Ripley 50, Quapaw 33

Yale 55, Jones 53, OT

Rock Island Conference Tournament

Whitesboro 54, Buffalo Valley 40

Rush Springs Tournament

Central High 66, Apache 64

Seiling Tournament

Laverne 80, Cimarron 56

Leedey 80, Burns Flat-Dill City 36

Seiling 64, Drummond 48

Vici 53, Texhoma 49

Sequoyah County Tournament

Muldrow 52, Stigler 41

Skiatook Tournament

NOAH 68, Skiatook 48

Owasso 54, Bishop Kelley 51

Sand Springs 67, Westmoore 64

Vinita 54, Tulsa Webster 52

Stroud Tournament

Seminole 73, Cushing 47

Stroud 36, Wewoka 35

Tushka Tournament

Boswell 53, Wright City 43

Hartshorne 70, Calera 67

Moyers 56, Stringtown 31

Tushka 52, Antlers 43

Weatherford Festival

Woodward 59, Weatherford 46


Barnsdall 51, Caney Valley 41

Claremore 51, Pryor 27

Cleveland 49, McLain/TSST 13

Commerce 20, Foyil 19

Cordell 69, Minco 28

Eagletown 41, Haworth 16

Grove 51, McDonald County, Mo. 44

Jay 54, Miami 47

Kansas 45, Colcord 26

Ketchum 68, Oklahoma Union 25

Medford 64, Ringwood 60

Poteau 64, Heavener 46

Riverside 60, Sentinel 49

Stuart 39, Quinton 38

Alex Tournament

Empire 43, Fox 38

Anadarko Tournament

Altus 54, OKC U.S. Grant 20

Anadarko 64, Ardmore 31

El Reno 48, Lawton 45

Star Spencer 44, Noble 24

Arapaho Tournament

Arapaho/Butler 43, Canute 24

Cheyenne 59, Snyder 33

Sayre 57, Hooker 37

Arkansas River Shootout

Oaks 32, LeFlore 20

Bedouin Shrine Tournament

Enid 64, McAlester 41

Muskogee 68, Hilldale 41

Sequoyah Tahlequah 68, Haskell 46

Spiro 52, Oktaha 41

Beggs Tournament

Victory Christian 47, Morris 33

Bethany Tournament

Bethany 42, Tecumseh 27

Deer Creek 44, Millwood 31

Elgin 56, Western Heights 27

Harrah 52, Piedmont 37

Bethel Tournament

Bridge Creek 53, Bethel 38

Byng Tournament

Dickson 49, Purcell 47

Little Axe 52, Prague 49

Madill 46, Hugo 43

Cherokee Tournament

Burlington 59, Buffalo 47

Covington-Douglas 55, Aline-Cleo 32

Pond Creek-Hunter 62, Kremlin-Hillsdale 38

Timberlake 38, Cherokee 17

Chickasha Tournament

Edmond North 58, Douglass 31

MacArthur 36, Chickasha 29

Moore 49, Duncan 25

Yukon 53, Cache 48

Chisholm Tournament (Wheat Capital)

Alva 71, Chisholm 55

Blackwell 45, Guymon 32

Fairview 61, Kingfisher 33

Perry 46, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 42

Cottonbelt Tournament

Duke 46, Blair 42

Davenport Tournament

Davenport 52, Oilton 28

Depew 52, Agra 20

Wellston 58, Olive 35

Earlsboro Tournament

Varnum 35, Asher 34

East Central Tournament

Choctaw 59, Ada 35

Newcastle 62, Ponca City 38

Shawnee 45, Guthrie 33

Stillwater 63, Durant 30

Henryetta Tournament

Metro Christian 58, Okmulgee 50, OT

Hinton Invitational Tournament

Crossings Christian School 48, Hinton 39

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