Tahlequah Daily Press

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February 15, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday

(Continued)

Agra 71, Oilton 49

Class A Area II District 7 Tournament

First Round

Riverfield Country Day 54, Woodland 44

Class A Area III District 1 Tournament

First Round

Navajo 53, Blair 43

Class A Area III District 2 Tournament

First Round

Sterling 69, Bray-Doyle 22

Class A Area III District 3 Tournament

First Round

Vanoss 58, Waurika 49

Class A Area III District 7 Tournament

First Round

Geronimo 77, Empire 63

Class A Area IV District 1 Tournament

First Round

Stringtown 65, Moss 63, OT

Class A Area IV District 2 Tournament

First Round

Clayton 79, Haileyville 75

Class A Area IV District 3 Tournament

First Round

Cameron 72, Gans 52

Class A Area IV District 6 Tournament

First Round

Eagletown 52, Soper 49

Class B Area I District 2 Tournament

First Round

Fort Supply 73, Freedom 34

Class B Area I District 4 Tournament

First Round

Covington-Douglas 62, Lomega 50

Class B Area I District 5 Tournament

First Round

Forgan 128, Yarbrough 26

Class B Area I District 7 Tournament

First Round

Deer Creek-Lamont 46, Medford 39

Class B Area II District 4 Tournament

First Round

Bluejacket 61, Copan 38

Class B Area II District 7 Tournament

First Round

Graham 52, Hanna 36

Class B Area III District 3 Tournament

First Round

Grandfield 45, Indiahoma 36

Class B Area IV District 1 Tournament

First Round

Okarche 88, Carney 57

Class B Area IV District 3 Tournament

First Round

Sasakwa 59, Mill Creek 50

Class B Area IV District 5 Tournament

First Round

Kinta 45, Panola 42

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Adair 54, Inola 40

Alva 53, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 31

Antlers 62, Coalgate 46

Atoka 57, Calera 37

Bartlesville 62, Stillwater 35

Beggs 67, Kellyville 43

Berryhill 60, Sequoyah-Claremore 27

Bridge Creek 40, Blanchard 37

Bristow 44, Mannford 34

Broken Arrow 38, Bixby 27

Cache 61, Elk City 44

Caney Valley 47, Nowata 31

Carl Albert 64, Guthrie 36

Central 51, McLain/TSST 47

Chandler 44, Holdenville 40

Checotah 51, Henryetta 46

Chelsea 68, Foyil 51

Chisholm 71, Watonga 52

Choctaw 48, Putnam City 40

Cleveland 37, Dewey 29

Colbert 41, Idabel 38

Collinsville 37, Bishop Kelley 26

Cordell 55, Clinton 35

Dale 71, Wewoka 14

Davis 46, Marietta 42

Deer Creek 53, McAlester 26

Edmond Memorial 45, Southmoore 33

Edmond Santa Fe 52, Mustang 20

Eisenhower 52, OKC Southeast 39

El Reno 48, Chickasha 35

Elgin 62, Duncan 28

Enid 63, Lawton 54

Fort Gibson 72, Catoosa 21

Grove 42, Oologah 21

Hennessey 60, Yale 31

Hobart 44, Burns Flat-Dill City 42

Howe 63, Quinton 47

Hugo 60, Haworth 22

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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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