Tahlequah Daily Press

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January 30, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Tuesday

(Continued)

Springer 74, Turner 29

Star Spencer 89, OKC Classen Adv. 31

Sterling 60, Central High 48

Stilwell 64, Poteau 39

Stroud 55, Prague 42

Sulphur 53, Lone Grove 32

Talihina 68, Hartshorne 35

Tecumseh 76, Seminole 64

Temple 54, Ryan 33

Tulsa Edison 65, McLain/TSST 52

Tulsa Rogers 58, Dove Science 45

Tulsa Webster 62, Central 55

Tuttle 48, Bridge Creek 40

Velma-Alma 67, Fox 52

Victory Christian 64, Sequoyah Tahlequah 47

Vinita 66, Oologah 50

Wagoner 51, Hilldale 47

Walters 58, Geronimo 16

Warner 51, Hulbert 39

Washington 75, Little Axe 46

Waurika 65, Bray-Doyle 43

Welch 58, Colcord 37

Wesleyan (Bartlesville) Christian 44, Prue 38

Westmoore 73, Del City 56

Wewoka 82, Graham 14

Wilson 69, Healdton 61

Wright Christian 50, Rejoice Christian School 35

Yale 52, Morrison 35

Ripley Tournament

Kiefer 56, Liberty 36

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Achille 40, Caney 27

Adair 63, Salina 46

Agra 46, Mulhall-Orlando 30

Alva 59, Watonga 39

Amber-Pocasset 47, Rush Springs 42

Anadarko 71, Clinton 21

Antlers 47, Valliant 23

Ardmore 49, Duncan 30

Arkoma 59, Bokoshe 56

Asher 66, Strother 34

Berryhill 61, Glenpool 46

Bethany 63, Purcell 38

Bethel 40, Konawa 29

Binger-Oney 86, Gracemont 24

Blanchard 45, Marlow 39

Booker T. Washington 72, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 19

Broken Arrow 61, Sapulpa 35

Cache 54, Altus 46

Canadian 60, Kiowa 59

Caney Valley 50, Chouteau-Mazie 34

Carl Albert 50, Guthrie 49

Cascia Hall 52, Holland Hall 43

Cashion 49, Okeene 40

Catoosa 48, Locust Grove 45

Cement 48, Verden 46

Cherokee 40, Kremlin-Hillsdale 31

Chickasha 48, El Reno 46

Chisholm 54, Blackwell 34

Claremore 45, Skiatook 38

Colbert 42, Atoka 29

Colcord 48, Welch 36

Collinsville 51, Bishop Kelley 50

Community Christian 62, Maysville 18

Copan 61, Woodland 36

Coyle 57, Oilton 16

Crowder 53, Haileyville 33

Cushing 84, Chandler 27

Cyril 48, Fletcher 31

Dale 61, Christian Heritage Academy 37

Davis 59, Madill 50

Dibble 61, Stratford 48

Edmond Memorial 60, Moore 11

Edmond North 32, Yukon 30

Edmond Santa Fe 57, Choctaw 50

Enid 56, Woodward 32

Erick 54, Blair 47, OT

Eufaula 64, Beggs 61

Fairview 65, Kingfisher 38

Forgan 39, Southwestern Hts., Kan. 36

Foyil 41, Fairland 18

Frontier 62, Oklahoma Bible 30

Goodwell 40, Felt 31

Guymon 48, Turpin 29

Harrah 63, McLoud 38

Heavener 61, Pocola 41

Henryetta 61, Preston 49

Heritage Hall 63, Casady 29

Hilldale 42, Wagoner 36

Hinton 50, Ft. Cobb-Broxton 31

Howe 54, Cameron 52, OT

Hulbert 54, Warner 38

Indianola 63, Schulter 34

Inola 39, Sperry 29

Jay 63, Grove 59, OT

Jenks 66, Union 49

Jones 62, Oklahoma Christian School 49

Kellyville 46, Checotah 25

Ketchum 66, Commerce 38

Kiefer 69, Liberty 28

Leedey 65, Arapaho/Butler 26

Lexington 53, Vanoss 32

Lindsay 58, Newcastle 55

Lomega 84, Ringwood 37

MacArthur 35, Lawton 17

Mangum 51, Granite 15

Mannford 41, Cleveland 40, OT

Miami 44, Pryor 27

Midway 65, Braggs 37

Midwest City 44, Norman North 40

Minco 42, Alex 39

Mooreland 43, Seiling 36

Morris 60, Haskell 55

Morrison 67, Yale 46

Mount St. Mary 59, Crooked Oak 24

Muldrow 68, Sallisaw 48

Muskogee 59, Sand Springs 34

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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.
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