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February 1, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Afton 62, Quapaw 33

Altus 52, Elgin 36

Alva 60, Chisholm 43

Anadarko 54, Cache 28

Arkoma 71, Keota 39

Arnett 72, Buffalo 43

Atoka 53, Antlers 46

Bartlesville 57, NOAH 55

Beggs 67, Haskell 52

Berryhill 73, Bristow 37

Bethany 44, Pauls Valley 41

Bishop Kelley 79, Pryor 52

Bixby 50, Jenks 37

Booker T. Washington 69, McLain/TSST 67

Boswell 58, Achille 55

Broken Arrow 53, Sand Springs 43

Broken Bow 73, McAlester 68, OT

Burlington 40, Timberlake 21

Butner 64, Maud 48

Calumet 61, Corn Bible Academy 30

Canadian 69, Indianola 41

Cashion 70, Oklahoma Christian Academy 55

Catoosa 43, Grove 40

Central Sallisaw 50, Okay 39

Chattanooga 53, Geronimo 43

Checotah 71, Morris 51

Cheyenne 58, Arapaho/Butler 42

Chouteau-Mazie 73, Nowata 55

Christian Heritage Academy 56, Southwest Covenant 42

Cimarron 56, Cherokee 43

Cleveland 57, Glenpool 37

Colcord 50, Welch 49

Collinsville 46, Skiatook 45

Comanche 57, Marietta 43

Community Christian 65, Dibble 28

Cordell 62, Burns Flat-Dill City 31

Coyle 63, Oilton 20

Crooked Oak 62, Heritage Hall 59

Cushing 47, Mannford 46, OT

Cyril 75, Apache 58

Dallas Greenhill, Texas 41, Casady 35

Deer Creek-Lamont 58, Lomega 32

Depew 60, Mounds 47

Dewar 63, Hanna 49

Dewey 65, Sequoyah-Claremore 61

Douglass 81, Capitol Hill 45

Dover 84, Crescent 81, OT

Edmond Santa Fe 69, Yukon 46

Eisenhower 70, OKC Southeast 44

Elk City 65, Weatherford 46

Erick 75, Duke 69, OT

Forgan 66, Turpin 35

Fort Gibson 54, Keys (Park Hill) 19

Fort Supply 55, Shattuck 54

Fox 67, Wilson 66

Foyil 51, Fairland 39

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 96, Carnegie 27

Gans 68, Porter Consolidated 48

Granite 44, Canute 39

Guthrie 59, Noble 34

Harrah 71, Ada 67

Haworth 76, Wright City 25

Healdton 57, Walters 29

Hominy 62, Barnsdall 42

Howe 53, Wister 35

Hulbert 56, Gore 30

Hydro-Eakly 64, Geary 33

Jay 47, Wagoner 36

John Marshall 74, OKC U.S. Grant 56

Kansas 54, Adair 47, OT

Ketchum 62, Commerce 54, OT

Kingston 56, Madill 33

Kinta 74, Braggs 69

Kiowa 45, Colbert 23

Laverne 83, Beaver 75

Leedey 72, Fargo 43

Lindsay 59, Bridge Creek 42

Locust Grove 74, Miami 59

Lookeba-Sickles 58, Sentinel 50

MacArthur 84, Duncan 56

Mangum 56, Snyder 48

Marlow 64, Lone Grove 60

Maysville 48, Elmore City 44

Meeker 58, Wellston 48

Memorial 78, Central 72

Merritt 70, Hammon 36

Midwest City 63, Southmoore 51

Millwood 65, Western Heights 59

Minco 73, Rush Springs 44

Moore 62, Norman 52

Mooreland 70, Waynoka 44

Morrison 66, Garber 41

Muskogee 44, Sapulpa 41

Mustang 75, Choctaw 42

Navajo 63, Sayre 45

Newcastle 74, Little Axe 40

Norman North 63, Del City 52

Oaks 62, Wright Christian 54

Okeene 46, Fairview 32

Okemah 64, Prague 38

Oklahoma Bible 51, Hennessey 33

Oklahoma Christian School 71, Mount St. Mary 60

Oklahoma Union 66, Bluejacket 59

Okmulgee 79, Kellyville 31

Oologah 77, Hilldale 66

Owasso 56, Union 55

Pawhuska 48, Caney Valley 43

Piedmont 60, El Reno 46

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 66, Waukomis 42

Ponca City 68, Enid 44

Pond Creek-Hunter 46, Drummond 26

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