Tahlequah Daily Press

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January 23, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Tuesday

(Continued)

Fort Gibson 68, Stigler 53

Stilwell 46, Eufaula 38

Grady County Tournament

Amber-Pocasset 68, Ninnekah 29

Verden 48, Oklahoma Christian Academy 31

LeFlore County Tournament

Arkoma 58, Bokoshe 32

Heavener 47, Whitesboro 26

Poteau 59, Howe 30

Spiro 73, Panama 39

Talihina 47, Pocola 46

MC-6 Tournament

Haworth 94, Battiest 31

Wright City 90, Eagletown 59

Okmulgee County Tournament

Henryetta 93, Schulter 26

Okmulgee 48, Morris 45

Pitt 8 Conference Tournament

Kiowa 70, Haileyville 33

Stuart 66, Pittsburg 18

Porum Tournament

Gore 73, Panola 21

Quinton 55, Porum 29

Pryor Tournament

Locust Grove 53, Adair 39

Vinita 63, Collinsville 32

Stephens County Tournament

Central High 65, Ryan 36

Frederick 73, Empire 31

Marlow 53, Comanche 50

Velma-Alma 79, Bray-Doyle 16

Tri-County Tournament

Allen 61, Earlsboro 54

Wetumka 60, Asher 57

Tupelo Invitational Tournament

Roff 54, Stonewall 45

West Central Tournament

Arapaho/Butler 46, Burns Flat-Dill City 32

Calumet 46, Sentinel 42

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ada 48, Durant 27

Afton 52, Welch 38

Alva 53, Woodward 30

Anadarko 71, Elk City 41

Balko 53, Texhoma 45

Bethany 63, Pauls Valley 42

Blanchard 41, Purcell 37

Bluejacket 50, Wyandotte 38

Broken Arrow 64, Sand Springs 18

Butner 61, Strother 33

Byng 58, Latta 36

Carl Albert 55, Harrah 41

Casady 46, Seeworth Academy 34

Cherokee 51, Aline-Cleo 28

Chisholm 49, Perry 29

Choctaw 47, Yukon 44, OT

Christian Heritage Academy 47, Crescent 18

Cushing 64, Glenpool 39

Deer Creek 53, Guthrie 40

Depew 49, Weleetka 33

Dibble 64, Paoli 32

Drumright 56, Mounds 38

Edmond Memorial 47, Midwest City 34

Edmond North 52, Putnam West 38

Edmond Santa Fe 52, Putnam City 38

El Reno 47, Western Heights 26

Erick 51, Leedey 39

Glencoe 46, Shidler 37

Hennessey 65, Watonga 41

Heritage Hall 73, John Marshall 31

Holland Hall 33, Victory Christian 30

Hooker 52, Beaver 49, OT

Jenks 57, Bixby 38

Jones 56, Luther 35

Kansas 63, Salina 60

Kellyville 58, Green Country Defenders 30

Lindsay 60, Bridge Creek 55, OT

Lone Grove 57, Kingston 56, OT

MacArthur 50, Duncan 23

Millwood 104, OKC U.S. Grant 14

Mount St. Mary 79, OKC Storm 47

Muskogee 57, Sapulpa 47

Mustang 41, Putnam North 35

Newcastle 56, Little Axe 37

Noble 46, Community Christian 42

Norman 43, Westmoore 38

Okarche 52, Okeene 25

OKC Classen Adv. 39, Douglass 38

OKC Northeast 69, Star Spencer 47

OKC Northwest 60, OKC Southeast 40

Olive 47, Kiefer 43

Oologah 50, Claremore 34

Owasso 63, Union 59

Pond Creek-Hunter 72, Kremlin-Hillsdale 29

Quapaw 54, Foyil 25

Rejoice Christian School 47, Mingo Valley Christian 24

Seiling 52, Hammon 49

Sharon-Mutual 74, Fargo 32

Shattuck 65, Forgan 47

Southmoore 45, Norman North 33

Stillwater 48, Ponca City 34

Stratford 52, Maysville 12

Stratford, Texas 56, Guymon 37

Sulphur 73, Plainview 34

Temple 55, Grandfield 40

Timberlake 34, Mooreland 27

Tishomingo 56, Madill 44

Tulsa East Central 47, Central 34

Tulsa Edison 82, McLain/TSST 30

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