Tahlequah Daily Press

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January 30, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Tuesday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Achille 62, Caney 42

Ada 46, Durant 44

Adair 68, Salina 62

Agra 73, Mulhall-Orlando 59

Alva 65, Watonga 42

Anadarko 78, Clinton 37

Antlers 64, Valliant 53

Arapaho/Butler 46, Leedey 38

Ardmore 55, Duncan 38

Arkoma 56, Bokoshe 30

Arnett 78, Shattuck 44

Bartlesville 59, Tulsa East Central 48

Beggs 50, Eufaula 42

Berryhill 62, Glenpool 47

Bethany 57, Purcell 34

Big Pasture 76, Grandfield 27

Bishop Kelley 64, Collinsville 38

Blackwell 68, Chisholm 33

Blanchard 66, Marlow 42

Booker T. Washington 70, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 56

Boswell 81, Soper 31

Broken Bow 59, Hugo 50

Cache 52, Altus 47

Carl Albert 69, Guthrie 44

Carnegie 48, Navajo 27

Cascia Hall 39, Holland Hall 38, OT

Central Sallisaw 44, Vian 36

Cherokee 56, Kremlin-Hillsdale 32

Chouteau-Mazie 65, Caney Valley 58

Cleveland 60, Mannford 54

Community Christian 70, Maysville 24

Coweta 55, Tahlequah 45

Coyle 63, Oilton 19

Crescent 57, Thomas Fay Custer 48

Crowder 59, Haileyville 51

Cushing 56, Chandler 42

Cyril 70, Fletcher 43

Dale 44, Christian Heritage Academy 38

Douglass 83, OKC Southeast 68

Drummond 76, Covington-Douglas 55

Edmond Memorial 80, Moore 66

Edmond North 64, Yukon 58

Edmond Santa Fe 67, Choctaw 44

El Reno 55, Chickasha 47, OT

Felt 40, Goodwell 39

Forgan 78, Southwestern Hts., Kan. 73

Foyil 52, Fairland 23

Frontier 54, Oklahoma Bible 52

Gore 62, Okay 25

Hammon 52, Canute 51

Harding Charter Prep 64, Riverside 60

Harrah 58, McLoud 47

Haskell 63, Morris 50

Heavener 48, Pocola 40

Henryetta 61, Preston 49

Heritage Hall 67, Casady 55

Hinton 71, Ft. Cobb-Broxton 64

Hobart 44, Cordell 38

Hooker 56, Walsh, Colo. 42

Howe 70, Cameron 53

Jay 51, Grove 49

Jenks 65, Union 59

Kellyville 69, Checotah 66

Ketchum 78, Commerce 36

Kingfisher 38, Fairview 34

Kingston 70, Tishomingo 23

Kiowa 68, Canadian 43

Konawa 71, Bethel 45

Laverne 84, Buffalo 56

Lawton 66, MacArthur 61

Lexington 81, Vanoss 43

Locust Grove 67, Catoosa 51

Lomega 39, Ringwood 31

Luther 59, Wellston 43

Mangum 71, Granite 20

Marietta 61, Dickson 45

Maud 53, Butner 26

Medford 55, Timberlake 40

Merritt 87, Sentinel 49

Mingo Valley Christian 70, Cookson Hills Christian 13

Mount St. Mary 61, Crooked Oak 51

Muldrow 63, Sallisaw 37

Muskogee 55, Sand Springs 44

New Lima 48, Macomb 37

Newcastle 50, Lindsay 47

Norman 53, Southmoore 48

Nowata 87, Pawhuska 53

Okarche 62, Hennessey 39

OKC Storm 75, Okemah 71

Okeene 61, Cashion 48

Oklahoma Centennial 75, John Marshall 68

Oklahoma Christian Academy 50, Dover 43

Oklahoma Christian School 47, Jones 45

Oklahoma Union 72, Bluejacket 43

Oktaha 49, Porter Consolidated 44

Owasso 76, Bixby 49

Pawnee 62, Perry 28

Perkins-Tryon 71, Meeker 59

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 60, Cimarron 45

Pond Creek-Hunter 54, Garber 46

Porum 45, Webbers Falls 44

Pryor 71, Miami 54

Putnam City 65, Mustang 46

Putnam North 74, Putnam West 70

Ripley 55, Davenport 44

Roland 69, Spiro 45

Sapulpa 50, Broken Arrow 41

Schulter 55, Indianola 54

Seiling 74, Mooreland 73

Sequoyah-Claremore 68, Dewey 62, OT

Shawnee 75, Western Heights 59

Smithville 69, Whitesboro 62

Sperry 72, Inola 68

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