Tahlequah Daily Press

Sports

January 13, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Saturday

(Continued)

Piedmont 54, Harrah 53

Championship

Millwood 53, Deer Creek 47

Bethel Tournament

Bridge Creek 53, Bethel 47

Seventh Place

Little Axe 47, Word of Life, Kan. 32

Fifth Place

Newcastle 44, Seminole 24

Big Pasture Tournament

Third Place

Temple 38, Grandfield 25

Championship

Indiahoma 42, Big Pasture 36

Black Diamond Invitational

Fifth Place

Apache 45, Dibble 32

Third Place

Velma-Alma 51, Central High 29

Championship

Sterling 54, Rush Springs 42

Bricktown Bash Tournament

Fifth Place

Douglass 58, Seeworth Academy 19

Third Place

Casady 45, Crooked Oak 24

Championship

Oklahoma Centennial 41, OKC Classen Adv. 38

Bristow Tournament

Fifth Place

Cushing JV 33, Bristow JV 17

Third Place

Metro Christian 49, Tulsa Rogers 42

Championship

Okemah 52, Bristow 46

Carnegie Invitational Tournament

Fifth Place

Carnegie 45, Frederick 36

Third Place

Snyder 41, Hobart 35

Championship

Elk City 51, Clinton 43

Cherokee Tournament

Buffalo 53, Aline-Cleo 30

Seventh Place

Buffalo 53, Aline-Cleo 30

Fifth Place

Kremlin-Hillsdale 48, Covington-Douglas 35

Third Place

Deer Creek-Lamont 67, Cherokee 40

Championship

Pond Creek-Hunter 57, Burlington 45

Chickasha Tournament

Seventh Place

John Marshall 70, Duncan 35

Fifth Place

Cache 56, Moore 32

Third Place

Guthrie 48, Chickasha 43

Championship

Putnam City 39, MacArthur 25

Chisholm Tournament (Wheat Capital)

Seventh Place

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 59, Guymon 54

Fifth Place

Blackwell 57, Perry 42

Third Place

Kingfisher 47, Chisholm 38

Championship

Fairview 51, Alva 34

Crooked Oak Tournament

Oklahoma Centennial 41, OKC Classen Adv. 38

Davenport Tournament

Davenport 61, Agra 46

Mounds 42, Butner 27

Olive 38, Depew 30

Paden 42, Oilton 39

Earlsboro Tournament

Seventh Place

Maud 41, Maysville 24

Fifth Place

Asher 60, Vanoss 34

Third Place

Glencoe 55, Sasakwa 54

Championship

Earlsboro 58, Varnum 47

Fargo Tournament

Seventh Place

Freedom 41, Texhoma JV 27

Fifth Place

Fort Supply 46, Tyrone 40

Third Place

Cheyenne JV 54, Gage 39

Championship

Balko 61, Fargo 25

Henryetta-Wilson Tournament

Fifth Place

Weleetka 44, Okmulgee 28

Third Place

Wilburton 49, Savanna 45, OT

Championship

Eufaula 61, Henryetta 51

Hinton Invitational Tournament

Seventh Place

Luther 40, Hammon J.V. 36

Fifth Place

Harding Charter Prep 53, Crossings Christian Academy 45

Third Place

Christian Heritage Academy 52, Lookeba-Sickles 35

Championship

Amber-Pocasset 48, Hinton 32

Kingston Tournament

Fifth Place

Atoka 36, Silo 35

Third Place

Madill 42, Kingston 40

Championship

Tishomingo 42, Latta 37

Konawa Tournament

Fifth Place

Holdenville 57, Wetumka 38

Third Place

Tuttle 39, Konawa 17

Championship

Dale 53, Lexington 23

Lindsay Tournament

Plainview 61, Lindsay 60

Seventh Place

Pauls Valley 57, OKC Knights 21

Fifth Place

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Poll

Do you think "blue laws" related to Sunday alcohol sales in Oklahoma should be relaxed? Choose the option that most closely reflects your opinion.

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.
The law should remain as it is now; liquor stores should be closed, and drinks should be served on Sundays according to county option.
No alcohol should be sold or served publicly on Sundays.
Undecided.
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