Tahlequah Daily Press


February 15, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday


Alva 42, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 38, OT

Antlers 51, Coalgate 32

Beggs 47, Kellyville 46

Berryhill 58, Sequoyah-Claremore 38

Bishop Kelley 57, Collinsville 39

Bixby 66, Broken Arrow 53

Bristow 47, Mannford 43

Carl Albert 71, Guthrie 55

Central 67, McLain/TSST 63

Chandler 64, Holdenville 54

Chisholm 68, Watonga 55

Clinton 55, Cordell 48

Dewey 58, Cleveland 52

Douglass 72, Millwood 49

Duncan 55, Elgin 54

Edmond Santa Fe 72, Mustang 68

Eisenhower 82, OKC Southeast 52

Fort Gibson 53, Catoosa 50

Foyil 67, Chelsea 62

Harrah 62, Ada 37

Haworth 65, Hugo 48

Heavener 60, Stigler 41

Hulbert 44, Warner 35

Inola 79, Adair 40

Jay 61, Miami 47

Jenks 64, Muskogee 45

Keys (Park Hill) 52, Wagoner 49

Kingfisher 60, Cushing 51

Kingston 54, Dickson 8

Lawton 48, Enid 42

Luther 76, Meeker 69

MacArthur 70, Altus 43

Marietta 52, Davis 34

McLoud 56, Seminole 49

Memorial 61, Tulsa Edison 46

Midwest City 76, Norman 51

Muldrow 53, Poteau 42

Newkirk 62, Pawhuska 40

Norman North 83, Moore 73

Oklahoma Bible 69, Morrison 25

Okmulgee 66, Morris 46

Oologah 54, Grove 44

Perkins-Tryon 54, Prague 49

Piedmont 67, Western Heights 58

Pryor 72, Skiatook 49

Putnam West 90, Putnam North 62

Quinton 57, Howe 47

Rejoice Christian School 51, Summit Christian 38

Salina 55, Chouteau-Mazie 50

Sequoyah Tahlequah 53, Metro Christian 33

Shawnee 63, Noble 49

Silo 52, Rattan 44

Sperry 53, Glenpool 46

Spiro 62, Roland 41

Stillwater 62, Bartlesville 58

Stilwell 40, Sallisaw 25

Stroud 51, Depew 43

Sulphur 66, Madill 39

Thackerville 56, Springer 18

Thomas Fay Custer 58, Cashion 50

Tishomingo 58, Comanche 52

Tulsa East Central 73, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 56

Tulsa Webster 67, Tulsa Rogers 54

Union 56, Sand Springs 37

Valliant 42, Ft. Towson 29

Verdigris 81, Lincoln Christian 58

Victory Christian 50, Ponca City 41

Walters 63, Central High 50

Westmoore 69, Del City 66

Wilson 81, Wynnewood 60

Wyandotte 43, Quapaw 40

Yale 62, Hennessey 51

Class A Area I District 1 Tournament

First Round

Texhoma 67, Boise City 65

Class A Area I District 2 Tournament

First Round

Ringwood 33, Arapaho/Butler 31, OT

Class A Area I District 4 Tournament

First Round

Vici 50, Turpin 24

Class A Area I District 5 Tournament

First Round

Union City 58, Geary 56

Class A Area I District 6 Tournament

First Round

Cheyenne 53, Canute 43

Class A Area I District 7 Tournament

First Round

Oklahoma Christian Academy 58, Canton 42

Class A Area II District 1 Tournament

First Round

Kremlin-Hillsdale 42, Garber 33

Class A Area II District 2 Tournament

First Round

Coyle 80, Waukomis 21

Class A Area II District 3 Tournament

First Round

Watts 71, South Coffeyville 60

Class A Area II District 5 Tournament

First Round

Frontier 76, Prue 32

Class A Area II District 6 Tournament

First Round

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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.
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