Tahlequah Daily Press


January 13, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Saturday


Broken Bow 62, Poteau 58

Felt 48, Boise City 47

Pryor 63, Miami 50

Spiro 61, Oktaha 58

Warner 62, Okay 54

Watts 65, Oaks 54

Ada Tournament

Seventh Place

Durant 57, Duncan 44

Fifth Place

Sapulpa 60, Choctaw 39

Third Place

Shawnee 51, Ada 30


Stillwater 50, Ponca City 47

Anadarko Tournament

Seventh Place

El Reno 59, Star Spencer 52, OT

Fifth Place

Anadarko 56, Carl Albert 45

Third Place

Noble 62, Dallas Home School, Texas 53


OKC Storm 71, MacArthur 58

Arapaho Tournament

Arapaho/Butler 43, Sayre 39

Canute 40, Clinton JV 33

Chattanooga 54, Hooker 51

Cheyenne 54, Ft. Cobb-Broxton 51

Bedouin Shrine Tournament

Small School

Seventh Place

Santa Fe South 69, Graham 38

Third Place

Hulbert 69, Haskell 65

Seventh Place

Checotah 65, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 58

Fifth Place

Tulsa Webster 55, Hilldale 53

Beggs Tournament

Seventh Place

Glenpool 42, Prague 35

Fifth Place

Rejoice Christian School 54, Morris 27

Third Place

Stilwell 72, Beggs 39


Victory Christian 58, Berryhill 46

Bethany Tournament

Bethany 44, Tecumseh 42

Harrah 52, Casady 43, OT

Millwood 64, Piedmont 55

Western Heights 58, Elgin 39

Bethel Tournament

Seventh Place

Bridge Creek 54, Little Axe 38

Fifth Place

Perkins-Tryon 34, Newcastle 33

Third Place

Seminole 54, Bethel 47

Big Pasture Tournament

Temple 49, Grandfield 28

Third Place

Cache JV 51, Waurika 44


Big Pasture 45, Indiahoma 38

Black Diamond Tournament

Fifth Place

Dibble 47, Elmore City 40

Third Place

Apache 65, Central High 62


Sterling 52, Velma-Alma 48

Bricktown Bash

OKC Classen Adv. 37, Seeworth Academy 32

Oklahoma Centennial 86, Crooked Oak 70

Bristow Tournament

Tulsa Rogers 71, Broken Arrow JV 67

Third Place

Cushing 47, Bristow 36


Okemah 69, Metro Christian 56

Carnegie Tournament

Fifth Place

Anadarko JV 53, Hobart 39

Third Place

Elk City 39, Carnegie 37


Frederick 45, Snyder 43

Cherokee Tournament

Seventh Place

Aline-Cleo 50, Kremlin-Hillsdale 43

Fifth Place

Deer Creek 52, Covington-Douglas 44

Third Place

Burlington 41, Buffalo 31


Pond Creek-Hunter 50, Cherokee 41

Chickasha Tournament

Seventh Place

OKC Storm 84, Chickasha JV 62

Third Place

Cache 58, Chickasha 45

Chisholm Tournament (Wheat Capital)

Alva 43, Blackwell 37, OT

Seventh Place

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 66, Guymon 60

Fifth Place

Perry 58, Chisholm 52

Davenport Tournament

Agra 55, Depew 51

Davenport 44, Butner 42

Mounds 63, Paden 41

Olive 53, Oilton 49

Earlsboro Tournament

Seventh Place

Sasakwa 55, Maysville 49

Fifth Place

Maud 66, Earlsboro 53

Third Place

Varnum 59, Vanoss 51


Glencoe 99, Asher 68

Fargo Tournament

Seventh Place

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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.
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