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January 18, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday

(Continued)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Adair 62, Inola 42

Afton 68, Fairland 12

Alva 70, Cherokee 24

Amber-Pocasset 36, Ft. Cobb-Broxton 33

Anadarko 58, Woodward 38

Antlers 53, Tushka 36

Apache 44, Fletcher 43

Arkoma 67, Cameron 46

Asher 48, Vanoss 26

Bartlesville 70, Stillwater 41

Beggs 70, Eufaula 56

Berryhill 61, Cleveland 43

Bethel 38, Byng 33

Blackwell 35, Cushing 34

Blair 41, Mountain View-Gotebo 31

Booker T. Washington 63, Tulsa Webster 20

Bowlegs 38, Moss 35

Bristow 39, Mannford 36

Buffalo Valley 64, Wister 23

Butner 69, Wewoka 48

Cache 41, Altus 24

Canadian 49, Crowder 28

Caney 57, Coleman 31

Central Sallisaw 52, Gore 34

Chandler 59, Prague 56

Chattanooga 48, Indiahoma 38

Checotah 52, Okmulgee 51

Cheyenne 62, Canute 17

Chickasha 63, Noble 36

Chouteau-Mazie 73, Caney Valley 57

Clayton 38, Indianola 32

Colcord 42, Oklahoma Union 29

Collinsville 63, Tahlequah 41

Community Christian 80, Paoli 30

Covington-Douglas 54, Cimarron 47

Coyle 46, Agra 35

Crossings Christian School 52, Hinton 39

Cyril 57, Ninnekah 38

Dallas Episcopal, Texas 57, Casady 37

Davenport 64, Mulhall-Orlando 20

Davis 69, Kingston 30

Deer Creek 56, Western Heights 29

Depew 65, Olive 24

Duke 65, Davidson 22

Edmond Memorial 56, Del City 52

Edmond Santa Fe 59, Choctaw 40

Eisenhower 40, Lawton 32

Elgin 52, Elk City 32

Empire 36, Ryan 21

Enid 52, Ponca City 30

Erick 34, Merritt 31

Fairview 55, Chisholm 47

Fort Gibson 68, Keys (Park Hill) 40

Foyil 49, South Coffeyville 44

Garber 51, Waukomis 24

Glenpool 47, Weleetka 29

Gracemont 45, Corn Bible Academy 28

Guthrie 60, El Reno 48

Hartshorne 38, Pocola 36

Hennessey 42, Okeene 34

Heritage Hall 72, Oklahoma Christian School 35

Holland Hall 51, Arlington Oakridge, Texas 11

Hollis 41, Navajo 35

Hooker 67, Laverne 48

Howe 79, Bokoshe 26

Hulbert 46, Okay 30

Hydro-Eakly 67, Binger-Oney 64

Jones 42, Harrah 21

Keota 52, Quinton 40

Ketchum 73, Welch 12

Kiefer 73, Drumright 37

Kiowa 71, Savanna 45

Leedey 58, Fort Supply 34

Lincoln Christian 42, Christian Heritage Academy 39

Lindsay 51, Blanchard 41

Locust Grove 71, Catoosa 32

Lone Grove 59, Madill 51

Luther 62, Cashion 59

MacArthur 58, Ardmore 48

Mangum 34, Burns Flat-Dill City 32

Meeker 47, Wellston 38

Metro Christian 70, Summit Christian 39

Miami 38, Grove 36

Midwest City 48, Norman North 45

Millwood 52, OKC Storm 40

Morris 86, Haskell 58

Mounds 44, Liberty 28

Mount St. Mary 63, Cascia Hall 37

Muldrow 40, Sallisaw 35

Muskogee 57, Bixby 41

Mustang 57, Putnam West 35

Newcastle 57, Bethany 45

Newkirk 30, Pawnee 25

Norman 55, Southmoore 46

Okarche 65, Oklahoma Bible 21

OKC Classen Adv. 60, OKC U.S. Grant 28

OKC Northeast 67, Douglass 18

Oklahoma Christian Academy 52, Wetumka 46

Oologah 51, Wagoner 45

Pauls Valley 51, Little Axe 47

Pawhuska 43, Barnsdall 33

Perkins-Tryon 31, Okemah 17

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 45, Drummond 18

Plainview 36, Dickson 32

Pond Creek-Hunter 79, Dover 30

Porum 44, Porter Consolidated 43

Putnam City 43, Edmond North 36

Ringwood 56, Aline-Cleo 26

Ripley 26, Oilton 19

Rush Springs 63, Verden 11

Salina 64, Nowata 39

Sand Springs 54, Owasso 46

Sapulpa 55, Jenks 46

Sayre 45, Cordell 32

Sentinel 62, Granite 45

Sequoyah Tahlequah 62, Henryetta 30

Sequoyah-Claremore 38, Sperry 28

Shawnee 59, Piedmont 30

Smithville 46, Eagletown 41

Snyder 45, Carnegie 44

Soper 43, Stringtown 33Stigler 64, Heavener 49

Stilwell 71, Roland 67

Stonewall 78, Calvin 28

Stroud 39, Seminole 16

Texhoma 51, Beaver 34

Thomas Fay Custer 69, Vici 40

Timberlake 45, Deer Creek-Lamont 34

Tishomingo 55, Marietta 34

Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 48, Central 43

Varnum 44, Paden 37

Verdigris 54, Dewey 18

Vian 67, Warner 37

Vinita 60, Jay 40

Walters 56, Fox 26

Washington 63, Purcell 33

Watonga 68, Crescent 36

Waurika 44, Bray-Doyle 35

Weatherford 64, Clinton 37

Webbers Falls 57, Gans 51

Westmoore 40, Moore 33

Wright City 65, Whitesboro 30

Yukon 56, Putnam North 51

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