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January 4, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Aline-Cleo 72, Freedom 37

Anadarko 69, Elgin 37

Arkoma 47, Porum 37

Butner 59, Asher 48

Catoosa 51, Wagoner 46

Chattanooga 76, Geronimo 40

Checotah 43, Eufaula 41

Chouteau-Mazie 60, Kansas 56, OT

Dewar 52, Graham 36

Douglass 76, John Marshall 68

Fort Gibson 50, Locust Grove 46

Fox 81, Bray-Doyle 46

Inola 77, Metro Christian 58

Kiefer 75, Oaks 61

McGuinness 46, Enid 29

OKC Northwest 82, Mount St. Mary 64

Okeene 50, Dover 36

Oklahoma Centennial 79, OKC Classen Adv. 30

Okmulgee 67, Hilldale 60

Olive 52, Oilton 32

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 65, Crescent 63, OT

Pocola 73, Cameron 40

Ringwood 64, Timberlake 47

Star Spencer 78, OKC Southeast 69

Stilwell 81, Westville 28

Thomas Fay Custer 59, Fairview 54

Velma-Alma 61, Ringling 45

Woodland 54, Barnsdall 48

Savage Hoop Festival

Wright City 45, Idabel 43

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Arkoma 53, Porum 52

Asher 61, Butner 49

Beaver 35, Forgan 26

Binger-Oney 64, Verden 33

Chattanooga 61, Geronimo 26

Checotah 61, Eufaula 48

Dewar 68, Graham 43

Elgin 50, Anadarko 47

Fairview 49, Thomas Fay Custer 31

Fort Gibson 58, Locust Grove 54

Freedom 63, Aline-Cleo 35

Hilldale 73, Okmulgee 35

Inola 54, Metro Christian 19

Kansas 74, Chouteau-Mazie 51

McGuinness 52, Enid 48

Oaks 54, Kiefer 46

OKC Classen Adv. 66, Oklahoma Centennial 34

Okeene 69, Dover 37

Olive 46, Oilton 28

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 60, Crescent 14

Plainview 81, Santa Fe South 23

Rush Springs 69, Apache 44

Seiling 62, Canton 24

Siloam Springs, Ark. 58, Tahlequah 34

Stilwell 72, Westville 53

Timberlake 59, Ringwood 39

Velma-Alma 81, Ringling 24

Verdigris 70, Lincoln Christian 34

Wagoner 52, Catoosa 42

Woodland 68, Barnsdall 50

Savage Hoopfest

Broken Bow 61, Talihina 42

Wright City 45, Idabel 44

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