Tahlequah Daily Press

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January 23, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Tuesday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Ada 50, Durant 47

Alva 48, Woodward 45

Anadarko 54, Elk City 49

Broken Arrow 85, Sand Springs 54

Carl Albert 52, Harrah 50

Casady 48, Seeworth Academy 27

Central 63, Tulsa East Central 58

Cherokee 58, Aline-Cleo 40

Christian Heritage Academy 64, Crescent 49

Community Christian 61, Noble 57, OT

Coyle 65, Mulhall-Orlando 42

Cushing 54, Glenpool 35

Davis 78, Dickson 76

Des Moines, N.M. 60, Felt 59

Dibble 69, Paoli 38

Douglass 116, OKC Classen Adv. 28

Drummond 60, Waukomis 50

Fairland 42, Commerce 30

Fargo 58, Sharon-Mutual 17

Forgan 67, Shattuck 38

Fox 47, Springer 44

Foyil 55, Quapaw 50

Guthrie 64, Deer Creek 54

Hennessey 57, Watonga 44

Heritage Hall 71, John Marshall 49

Hooker 69, Beaver 47

Hugo 54, Idabel 47

Jenks 63, Bixby 27

Kansas 62, Salina 34

Kellyville 66, Green Country Defenders 45

Kiefer 69, Olive 39

Kingfisher 47, Weatherford 29

Laverne 71, Waynoka 22

Leedey 53, Erick 42

Lindsay 50, Bridge Creek 40

Luther 62, Jones 45

MacArthur 70, Duncan 51

Madill 61, Tishomingo 34

McGuinness 60, Ardmore 31

Midwest City 52, Edmond Memorial 46

Millwood 49, OKC U.S. Grant 36

Mooreland 91, Timberlake 30

Mounds 71, Drumright 28

Mustang 71, Putnam North 61

Newcastle 65, Little Axe 36

Norman North 63, Southmoore 49

Okarche 58, Okeene 49

OKC Northeast 64, Star Spencer 58

OKC Southeast 106, OKC Northwest 53

OKC Storm 76, Mount St. Mary 59

Oologah 45, Claremore 30

Owasso 63, Union 46

Pond Creek-Hunter 85, Kremlin-Hillsdale 40

Porter Consolidated 64, Webbers Falls 53

Purcell 55, Blanchard 49

Putnam City 66, Edmond Santa Fe 59

Putnam West 92, Edmond North 83

Rejoice Christian School 52, Mingo Valley Christian 25

Ringwood 49, Deer Creek-Lamont 31

Sapulpa 62, Muskogee 48

Seiling 76, Hammon 45

Stillwater 65, Ponca City 60, OT

Sulphur 42, Plainview 37, 2OT

Tecumseh 62, McLoud 48

Temple 65, Grandfield 29

Texhoma 66, Balko 51

Tipton 57, Duke 37

Tulsa Edison 81, McLain/TSST 57

Tuttle 52, Washington 47

Union City 67, Harding Fine Arts 38

Verdigris 56, Metro Christian 52

Vian 69, Okay 29

Victory Christian 51, Holland Hall 34

Welch 50, Afton 47, 2OT

Weleetka 58, Depew 43

Western Heights 60, El Reno 56

Westmoore 55, Norman 48

Westville 73, Central Sallisaw 67, 2OT

Wilson 73, Thackerville 55

Yukon 48, Choctaw 47

66 Conference Tournament

Perkins-Tryon 49, Prague 41

Seminole 76, Meeker 54

Bowlegs Tournament

Crooked Oak 82, Sasakwa 45

Bowlegs Tournament

Wewoka 84, Wanette 13

Bryan County Tournament

Boswell 62, Colbert 50

Caddo County Tournament

Carnegie 40, Ft. Cobb-Broxton 35, OT

Hinton 73, Mountain View-Gotebo 49

Caney Valley Tournament

Nowata 66, Chelsea 63

Coleman Tournament

Coleman 65, Wapanucka 25

Comanche County Tournament

Cache 80, Geronimo 18

Chattanooga 65, Elgin 35

Sterling 53, Indiahoma 43

Walters 51, Fletcher 41

Dewey Conference Tournament

Dewey 68, Dove Science 53

Sperry 95, Bishop Kelley JV 36

Fort Gibson Tournament

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