Tahlequah Daily Press


January 26, 2013

Prep basketball scoreboard

Results from Saturday


Vian 44, Keys (Park Hill) 40

66 Conference Tournament


Prague 46, Meeker 38

Third Place

Perkins-Tryon 63, Seminole 42


Okemah 50, Stroud 42

Altus Tournament

Third Place

Oklahoma Centennial 56, MacArthur 55


Houston Can Academy, Texas 65, Eisenhower 55

Bartlesville Tournament

Seventh Place

Ardmore 66, Broken Arrow JV 26

Fifth Place

Tulsa Union JV 77, Central High 45

Third Place

Del City 52, Bixby 50, OT


Bartlesville 50, Broken Arrow 45

Bi-County Tournament


Merritt 66, Arnett 41

Bowlegs Tournament

Fifth Place

Sasakwa 51, Butner 46

Third Place

Maud 57, Crooked Oak 54


Wewoka 72, Strother 53

Buffalo Tournament

Seventh Place

Shattuck 65, Fort Supply 44

Fifth Place

Woodward JV 52, Buffalo 45

Third Place

Laverne 81, Beaver 40

Caddo County Tournament

Cement 51, Gracemont 21

Fifth Place

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 57, Lookeba-Sickles 41

Third Place

Apache 40, Carnegie 38


Hinton 63, Cyril 52

Caney Valley Tournament

Third Place

Caney Valley 48, Nowata 45

Cashion County Line Tournament

Seventh Place

Watonga 53, Oklahoma Christian School JV 43

Fifth Place

Cashion 78, Morrison 58

Third Place

Coyle 66, Community Christian 53


Oklahoma Christian School 47, Crescent 45

Catoosa Port City Tournament

Seventh Place

Catoosa 55, Claremore 35

Fifth Place

Cascia Hall 75, Skiatook 66, 2OT

Third Place

Victory Christian 51, Verdigris 36

Cherokee Strip Conference Tournament

Seventh Place

Kremlin-Hillsdale 42, Timberlake 30

Fifth Place

Deer Creek-Lamont 52, Ringwood 27

Third Place

Burlington 62, Lomega 29


Cherokee 49, Medford 31

Comanche County Tournament

Chattanooga 51, Walters 43

Cache 74, Sterling 52

Consolation Semifinal

Fletcher 56, Indiahoma 28

Dave Calvert Invitational Tournament

Drumright 57, Prue 46

Fifth Place

Hulbert 68, Oaks 55

Third Place

Depew 71, Kellyville 45


Kiefer 56, Ripley 54, OT

Deer Creek Bruce Gray Tournament

Putnam North 55, OKC Northeast 49

Western Heights 51, Deer Creek 46

Dewey Tournament

Third Place

Sperry 79, Rejoice Christian School 45

Glencoe Tournament

Seventh Place

Hominy 59, Olive 52

Fifth Place

Newkirk 70, Woodland 42

Third Place

Luther 56, Southwest Covenant 46


Glencoe 69, Yale 56

Grady County Tournament

Alex 41, Dibble 28

Healdton Tournament

Third Place

Fox 66, Davis 61


Wilson 67, Wynnewood 62

Heart of Oklahoma Tournament

Anadarko 44, Byng 42

Fifth Place

Mount St. Mary 51, Tuttle 48

Jenks Invitational Tournament

Fifth Place

Tulsa Edison 92, NOAH 66

Third Place

Edmond Santa Fe 66, Union 55

John Nobles Tournament

Third Place

Lawton 61, Capitol Hill 60, OT

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