Tahlequah Daily Press

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January 18, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Achille 42, Victory Life 29

Agra 49, Coyle 46

Alex 54, Sterling 47

Alva 46, Cherokee 38

Anadarko 63, Woodward 52

Bartlesville 62, Stillwater 59

Beaver 60, Texhoma 55

Bixby 58, Muskogee 55

Blair 50, Mountain View-Gotebo 34

Booker T. Washington 61, Tulsa Webster 53

Broken Bow 60, Idabel 43

Byng 75, Bethel 58

Calumet 64, Arapaho/Butler 52

Cameron 71, Arkoma 65, OT

Canadian 86, Crowder 67

Cascia Hall 53, Mount St. Mary 33

Central 65, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 56

Central Sallisaw 38, Gore 34

Chattanooga 84, Indiahoma 29

Cheyenne 45, Canute 39

Chickasha 60, Noble 56

Chisholm 47, Fairview 41

Christian Heritage Academy 60, Lincoln Christian 48

Cimarron 82, Covington-Douglas 70

Clayton 64, Indianola 7

Cleveland 65, Berryhill 63

Collinsville 57, Tahlequah 47

Comanche 62, Sulphur 50

Community Christian 75, Paoli 23

Cordell 56, Sayre 47

Coweta 63, Skiatook 60

Crescent 55, Watonga 50

Crossings Christian School 53, Hinton 45

Cyril 76, Ninnekah 50

Dale 44, Latta 37

Davenport 76, Mulhall-Orlando 64

Deer Creek 54, Western Heights 45

Douglass 66, OKC Northeast 61

Dover 54, Pond Creek-Hunter 43

Drummond 50, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 47

Durant 57, McAlester 40

Eagletown 52, Smithville 51

Edmond Memorial 76, Del City 56

Edmond North 62, Putnam City 47

Edmond Santa Fe 78, Choctaw 47

Eisenhower 69, Lawton 51

Elk City 82, Elgin 75

Empire 49, Ryan 39

Enid 56, Ponca City 38

Eufaula 54, Beggs 47

Fort Gibson 83, Keys (Park Hill) 27

Foyil 59, South Coffeyville 37

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 92, Amber-Pocasset 44

Gans 75, Webbers Falls 58

Geronimo 39, Grandfield 37

Glencoe 96, Shidler 46

Hanna 77, Schulter 49

Harrah 47, Jones 44

Holland Hall 52, Arlington Oakridge, Texas 31

Hollis 62, Navajo 46

Howe 97, Bokoshe 24

Hydro-Eakly 47, Binger-Oney 39, OT

Inola 73, Adair 57

Jenks 53, Sapulpa 39

Kiefer 64, Drumright 31

Kiowa 66, Savanna 33

Laverne 82, Hooker 52

Leedey 48, Fort Supply 32

Liberty 59, Mounds 47

Lindsay 54, Blanchard 34

Locust Grove 77, Catoosa 52

Luther 62, Cashion 54

MacArthur 70, Ardmore 61

Mangum 60, Burns Flat-Dill City 40

Mannford 65, Bristow 37

Marietta 49, Tishomingo 39

Marlow 54, Bridge Creek 29

McGuinness 62, Bishop Kelley 42

McLain/TSST 75, Tulsa Edison 60

McLoud 51, Tecumseh 43

Memorial 75, Tulsa Rogers 36

Merritt 51, Erick 34

Miami 53, Grove 30

Midwest City 76, Norman North 73, OT

Millwood 60, OKC Storm 56

Morris 78, Haskell 76

Muldrow 40, Sallisaw 35

Okay 71, Hulbert 56

OKC Southeast 60, John Marshall 45

OKC U.S. Grant 50, OKC Classen Adv. 41

Okeene 38, Hennessey 26

Okemah 47, Perkins-Tryon 30

Oklahoma Bible 46, Okarche 29

Oklahoma Union 78, Colcord 65

Oologah 49, Wagoner 36

Owasso 60, Sand Springs 48

Pawnee 72, Newkirk 46

Piedmont 53, Shawnee 47

Plainview 48, Dickson 29

Pocola 70, Hartshorne 56

Porum 45, Porter Consolidated 30

Prague 57, Chandler 47

Purcell 41, Washington 34

Putnam West 75, Mustang 62

Quinton 49, Keota 48

Ringwood 64, Aline-Cleo 44

Ripley 60, Oilton 34

Salina 66, Nowata 62, OT

Seiling 103, Sharon-Mutual 44

Seminole 62, Stroud 38

Sentinel 59, Granite 31

Sequoyah Tahlequah 81, Henryetta 64

Snyder 57, Carnegie 41

Soper 55, Stringtown 53

Southmoore 60, Norman 45

Spiro 66, Poteau 52

Stigler 45, Heavener 43

Stilwell 56, Roland 38

Summit Christian 59, Metro Christian 48

Thomas Fay Custer 45, Vici 32

Timberlake 47, Deer Creek-Lamont 42

Tushka 33, Antlers 32

Vanoss 61, Asher 54

Verden 80, Rush Springs 46

Verdigris 74, Dewey 51

Vian 56, Warner 33

Walters 78, Fox 71

Waukomis 73, Garber 70

Weleetka 68, Glenpool 48

Wesleyan (Bartlesville) Christian 71, Copan 28

Westmoore 69, Moore 61

Wetumka 38, Oklahoma Christian Academy 26

Wright City 44, Whitesboro 35

Yukon 85, Putnam North 80

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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.
The law should remain as it is now; liquor stores should be closed, and drinks should be served on Sundays according to county option.
No alcohol should be sold or served publicly on Sundays.
Undecided.
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