Tahlequah Daily Press

Sports

January 13, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Saturday

(Continued)

Freedom 54, Buffalo JV 22

Third Place

Fort Supply 70, Balko 59

Championship

Fargo 57, Tyrone 31

Henryetta-Wilson Tournament

Fifth Place

Wilburton 38, Savanna 25

Third Place

Eufaula 51, Okmulgee 34

Championship

Weleetka 60, Henryetta 32

Hinton Invitational Tournament

Seventh Place

Amber-Pocasset 65, Harding Charter Prep 60

Fifth Place

Christian Heritage Academy 66, Crossings Christian Academy 61

Third Place

Lookeba-Sickles 51, Hammon 42

Championship

Hinton 79, Luther 57

Kingston Tournament

Fifth Place

Silo 53, Tishomingo 25

Third Place

Kingston 59, Madill 44

Championship

Atoka 46, Latta 42

Konawa Tournament

Fifth Place

Tuttle 52, Strother 48

Third Place

Lexington 59, Oklahoma Sky 52

Championship

Dale 57, Konawa 42

Lindsay Tournament

Seventh Place

Lindsay 60, OKC Knights 45

Fifth Place

Purcell 44, Pauls Valley 20

Third Place

Mount St. Mary 49, Weatherford 38

Championship

Blanchard 53, Plainview 51

Locust Grove Tournament

Keys (Park Hill) 56, Westville 41

Fifth Place

Adair 50, Chouteau-Mazie 43

Championship

Ketchum 59, Locust Grove 54

Lone Grove Tournament

Seventh Place

Lone Grove 79, Comanche 63

Fifth Place

Marlow 63, Talihina 60

Third Place

Washington 77, Idabel 73

Championship

Hugo 70, Walters 65, OT

Longhorn Classic Tournament

Consolation

Stratford JV 56, Paoli 52

Third Place

Cement 47, Alex 43

Championship

Stratford 89, Fox 53

Marietta Tournament

Fifth Place

Caddo 55, Davis 50

Third Place

Dickson 49, Colbert 48

Championship

Marietta 43, Sulphur 40

McGuinness Tournament

Seventh Place

Yukon 52, OKC Northwest 49

Fifth Place

Norman 58, Deer Creek 44

Third Place

Norman North 64, Guthrie 59

Championship

McGuinness 56, Edmond North 42

Merritt Classic Tournament

Seventh Place

Arnett 50, Granite 30

Fifth Place

Mangum 46, Navajo 37

Third Place

Calumet 59, Hydro-Eakly 41

Championship

Merritt 50, Hollis 33

Morrisson Tournament

Seventh Place

Afton 52, Copan 45, OT

Fifth Place

Morrison 60, Frontier 58, OT

Third Place

Tonkawa 57, Southwest Covenant 52

Mulhall-Orlando (M-O) Tournament

Fifth Place

Waukomis 57, Dover 52

Third Place

Mulhall-Orlando 53, Wichita Home School, Kan. 44

Championship

Coyle 53, Garber 42

Oil Center Tournament

Seventh Place

Canton 58, Waynoka 27

Fifth Place

Turpin 42, Sharon-Mutual 32

Third Place

Beaver 43, Shattuck 36

Championship

Forgan 71, Mooreland 59

Oologah Tournament

Dewey 56, Catoosa 48

Wagoner 62, Oologah 56

Seventh Place

Lincoln Christian 51, Sequoyah-Claremore 46

Championship

Fort Gibson 60, Inola 50

Pitt 8 Conference Tournament

Pittsburg 50, Calvin 46

Third Place

Braggs 68, Soper 67, OT

Championship

Haileyville 52, Wilson-Henryetta 45

Putnam City Schools Tournament

Seventh Place

Putnam North 74, John Marshall 62

Fifth Place

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