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January 11, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday

(Continued)

Harding Charter Prep 58, Christian Heritage Academy 57, OT

Luther 54, Hammon 45

Kingfisher Tournament

Okarche 51, Cashion 36

Okeene 67, Crescent 27

Thomas Fay Custer 49, Hennessey 38

Watonga 61, Seeworth Academy 41

Kingston Tournament

Atoka 55, Kingston 32

Latta JV 35, Coalgate 32

Silo 44, Rock Creek 29

Tishomingo 51, Talihina 37

Konawa Tournament

Destiny Christian 43, Strother 35

Konawa 45, Wetumka 35

Locust Grove Tournament

Fort Gibson JV 39, Westville 32

Keys (Park Hill) 54, Chouteau-Mazie 37

Verdigris 69, Salina 59

Lone Grove Tournament

Idabel 52, Marlow 42

Washington 60, Comanche 26

Marietta Tournament

Community Christian 36, Wayne 30

Marietta 46, Healdton 34

Mike Kerr Classic

Frontier 62, Woodland 46

Morrison 59, Southwest Covenant 42

Pawnee 57, Afton 43

Tonkawa 58, Glencoe 35

Moss Tournament

Dewar 63, Bowlegs 45

Mulhall-Orlando (M-O) Tournament

Coyle 58, Garber 34

Mulhall-Orlando 49, Shidler 38

Oologah Tournament

Fort Gibson 68, Sequoyah-Claremore 28

Inola 60, Oologah 48

Wagoner 46, Lincoln Christian 39

Putnam City Tournament

Bartlesville 56, Southmoore 42

Ripley Tournament

Chandler 58, Liberty 30

Newkirk 34, Jones 28

Ripley 28, Quapaw 17

Yale 45, Oklahoma Bible 41

Rush Springs Tournament

Apache 57, Dibble 49

Elmore City 41, Central High 35

Seiling Tournament

Cimarron 37, Drummond 29

Laverne 34, Burns Flat-Dill City 22

Seiling 43, Leedey 31

Vici 48, Texhoma 37

Sequoyah County Tournament

Central Sallisaw 40, Gans 39

Sallisaw 49, Roland 34

Stigler 56, Gore 16

Vian 36, Muldrow 34

Skiatook Tournament

Bishop Kelley 53, NOAH 23

Broken Arrow 69, Vinita 51

Edmond Santa Fe 54, Owasso 24

Skiatook 58, Sand Springs 50

Stroud Tournament

Cushing 40, Seminole 34

Holland Hall 51, Mannford 37

Oklahoma Christian School 55, Wewoka 37

Preston 91, Stroud 54

Tushka Tournament

Antlers 59, Calera 34

Boswell 36, Stringtown 31

Hartshorne 56, Moyers 28

Wright City 53, Tushka 19

Weatherford Festival

Clinton 50, OKC Knights 10

Woodward 66, John Marshall 43

Westmoore Tournament

Booker T. Washington 42, Westmoore 35

Norman 60, Mustang 38

Sapulpa 47, Carl Albert 30

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