Tahlequah Daily Press


January 22, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Monday


Boise City 47, Rolla, Kan. 62

Cushing 64, Cleveland 62

Garber 57, Medford 44

Pawnee 61, Frontier 46

Springer 59, Elmore City 55

66 Conference Tournament

Okemah 71, Holdenville 25

Stroud 55, Chandler 27

Bowlegs Tournament

Maud 56, Butner 47

Bowlegs Tournament

Strother 91, Bowlegs 34

Caddo County Tournament

Apache 47, Lookeba-Sickles 36

Carnegie 71, Gracemont 34

Cyril 70, Binger-Oney 63

Mountain View-Gotebo 44, Cement 41

Caney Valley Tournament

Caney Valley 55, Liberty 44, OT

Tulsa Webster 77, Copan 25

Dewey Conference Tournament

Lincoln Christian 51, Pawhuska 39

Rejoice Christian School 49, Wesleyan (Bartlesville) Christian 28

Fort Gibson Tournament

Inola 63, Wagoner 44

Muldrow 65, Hilldale 52

Grady County Tournament

Minco 40, Dibble 35

Rush Springs 41, Alex 40

LeFlore County Tournament

Heavener 58, Arkoma 36

Howe 61, LeFlore 53

Panama 56, Cameron 53

Talihina 65, Wister 48

Whitesboro 59, Bokoshe 14

MC-6 Tournament

Rattan 55, Valliant 42

Smithville 67, Ft. Towson 58

Okmulgee County Tournament

Beggs 63, Wilson 36

Preston 96, Dewar 27

Pitt 8 Conference Tournament

Savanna 49, Crowder 45

Porum Tournament

Keota 82, Warner 55

McCurtain 62, Midway 41

Pryor Tournament

Berryhill 66, Sallisaw 25

Pryor 83, Sequoyah-Claremore 50

Tri-County Tournament

Cordell 58, Navajo 30

Dale 77, Macomb 21

Wellston 47, Davenport 38

Tupelo Invitational Tournament

Moss 71, Tupelo 64

West Central Tournament

Hydro-Eakly 62, Corn Bible Academy 36

Thomas Fay Custer 56, Canute 23


Cushing 63, Cleveland 22

Frontier 57, Pawnee 43

Garber 58, Medford 36

Rock Bridge, Mo. 65, Tulsa East Central 46

Sharon-Mutual 77, Freedom 31

66 Conference Tournament

Prague 59, Holdenville 12

Stroud 64, Okemah 52

Bowlegs Tournament

Butner 53, Bowlegs 25

Sasakwa 72, Strother 32

Bryan County Tournament

Caddo 44, Boswell 36

Calera 59, Silo 54

Colbert 57, Achille 19

Rock Creek 48, Tushka 39

Caddo County Tournament

Carnegie 59, Gracemont 32

Cyril 51, Apache 38

Hinton 48, Cement 37

Lookeba-Sickles 56, Mountain View-Gotebo 25

Caney Valley Tournament

Chelsea 63, Barnsdall 27

Tulsa Webster 57, Oklahoma Union 35

Comanche Tournament

Cache 49, Chattanooga 40

Elgin 77, Geronimo 15

Sterling 48, Fletcher 17

Walters 61, Indiahoma 45

Dewey County Tournament

Lincoln Christian 53, Pawhuska 40

Rejoice Christian School 47, Wesleyan (Bartlesville) Christian 29

Fort Gibson Tournament

Fort Gibson 70, Wagoner 27

Muldrow 56, Inola 43

Grady County Tournament

Dibble 47, Verden 25

Minco 46, Alex 22

LeFlore County Tournament

Arkoma 54, Cameron 40

Heavener 50, Whitesboro 34

Howe 48, Wister 43

Pocola 34, Bokoshe 29

MC-6 Tournament

Ft. Towson 36, Haworth 31

Okmulgee County Tournament

Beggs 69, Wilson 22

Preston 50, Henryetta 48

Pitt 8 Conference Tournament

Pittsburg 62, Stuart 52

Porum Tournament

Keota 50, Gore 31

Warner 57, Porum 45

Pottawatomie County Tournament

Davenport 51, Asher 23

Pryor Tournament

Adair 74, Sallisaw 57

Locust Grove 46, Berryhill 44

Stephens County Tournament

Central High 47, Comanche 22

Marlow 56, Bray-Doyle 39

Ryan 57, Empire 39

Velma-Alma 35, Frederick 33

Tri-County Tournament

Dale 65, Wetumka 11

Snyder 46, Hobart 34

West Central Tournament

Hydro-Eakly 43, Sentinel 25

Thomas Fay Custer 90, Corn Bible Academy 25

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