Tahlequah Daily Press

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January 13, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Saturday

(Continued)

Union 48, Lawton 38

Third Place

Putnam City 53, Putnam West 43

Championship

Midwest City 68, Eisenhower 47

Ripley Tournament

Quapaw 66, Newkirk 55

Seventh Place

Ripley 56, Liberty 42

Third Place

Preston 69, Oklahoma Bible 62

Championship

Yale 53, Chandler 51

Rock Island Conference Tournament

Fifth Place

LeFlore 51, Clayton 35

Sequoyah County Tournament

Third Place

Central High 39, Vian 38

Championship

Roland 74, Muldrow 63

Shrine Tournament

Porter Consolidated 57, Summit Christian 54

Sequoyah Tahlequah 74, McAlester 58

Skiatook Tournament

Seventh Place

Vinita 65, Collinsville 51

Fifth Place

Southmoore 47, Sand Springs 32

Third Place

Bishop Kelley 71, Skiatook 62, OT

Championship

Owasso 84, NOAH 78

Stroud Tournament

Fifth Place

Mannford 53, Holland Hall 38

Third Place

Oklahoma Christian School 56, Wewoka 49

Championship

OKC Northeast 37, Stroud 31

Three Rivers Tournament

Seventh Place

Cashion 54, Minco 47

Fifth Place

Okeene 53, Watonga 52

Third Place

Thomas Fay Custer 59, Okarche 56

Championship

Crescent 54, Hennessey 39

Tushka Tournament

Stringtown 45, Moyers 34

Third Place

Antlers 45, Wright City 35

Championship

Boswell 53, Tushka 37

Ward Center Classic

Cimarron 62, Leedey 53

Laverne 66, Drummond 62

Seiling 66, Texhoma 43

Vici 44, Burns Flat-Dill City 43

Webbers Falls Festival

Fifth Place

Webbers Falls 51, Porum 35

Wheat Capital Tournament

Fairview 44, Kingfisher 42

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Bethel Tournament

Championship

Heritage Hall vs. Byng, ppd. to Jan 17.

Morrisson Tournament

Championship

Kiefer vs. Pawnee, ccd.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Felt 48, Boise City 47

Miami 46, Pryor 33

Poteau 51, Broken Bow 48

Ada Tournament

Seventh Place

Ponca City 47, Durant 15

Fifth Place

Stillwater 44, Ada 42

Third Place

Choctaw 31, Edmond Memorial 28

Championship

Shawnee 45, Norman North 36

Anadarko Tournament

Altus 52, Star Spencer 51

Anadarko 62, Southmoore 50

OKC Storm 75, El Reno 44

Seventh Place

Lawton 66, Noble 35

Arapaho Tournament

Chattanooga 52, Arapaho/Butler 28

Cheyenne 54, Ft. Cobb-Broxton 51

Clinton JV 56, Canute 51, 2OT

Hooker 47, Sayre 43, 2OT

Bedouin Shrine Tournament

Large School

Seventh Place

Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 65, Checotah 54

Fifth Place

Tulsa Webster 36, Coweta 27

Third Place

Hilldale 51, McAlester 44

Championship

Muskogee 68, Enid 66

Small School

Fifth Place

Haskell 61, Porter Consolidated 38

Third Place

Sequoyah Tahlequah 45, Hulbert 37

Championship

Spiro 62, Oktaha 60, OT

Beggs Tournament

Seventh Place

Rejoice Christian School 44, Glenpool 43

Fifth Place

Morris 55, Beggs 45

Third Place

Berryhill 59, Prague 51, OT

Championship

Victory Christian 56, Stilwell 28

Bethany Tournament

Bethany 66, Elgin 56

Seventh Place

Tecumseh 45, Western Heights 32

Third Place

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