Tahlequah Daily Press

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February 15, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Friday

(Continued)

Hugoton, Kan. 74, Guymon 55

Hulbert 45, Warner 44

Jay 52, Miami 44

Kansas 65, Westville 40

Kingfisher 47, Cushing 27

MacArthur 34, Altus 24

Meeker 68, Luther 54

Midwest City 56, Norman 41

Minco 39, Amber-Pocasset 35

Morrison 49, Oklahoma Bible 42

Muldrow 46, Poteau 39

Muskogee 45, Jenks 43

Norman North 59, Moore 52

Okmulgee 49, Morris 34

Pawnee 49, Hominy 21

Perkins-Tryon 41, Prague 28

Piedmont 66, Western Heights 38

Plainview 48, Lone Grove 42

Rattan 48, Silo 38

Rush Springs 71, Ninnekah 32

Salina 79, Chouteau-Mazie 49

Sand Springs 40, Union 37

Sequoyah Tahlequah 56, Metro Christian 43

Shawnee 75, Noble 19

Skiatook 49, Pryor 24

Sperry 37, Glenpool 35

Spiro 45, Roland 37

Stigler 46, Heavener 39

Stilwell 58, Sallisaw 48

Summit Christian 35, Rejoice Christian School 28

Temple 56, Thackerville 16

Thomas Fay Custer 49, Cashion 26

Tishomingo 48, Comanche 40

Tonkawa 37, Blackwell 32

Tulsa East Central 67, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 34

Tulsa Webster 66, Tulsa Rogers 44

Tuttle 41, Purcell 31

Valliant 47, Ft. Towson 36

Verdigris 68, Lincoln Christian 45

Victory Christian 57, Ponca City 44

Vinita 52, Locust Grove 42

Wagoner 61, Keys (Park Hill) 56

Walters 33, Central High 31

Weatherford 60, Woodward 44

Westmoore 45, Del City 38

Wyandotte 54, Quapaw 30

Yukon 56, Edmond North 38

Class A Area I District 1 Tournament

Boise City 40, Beaver 35

Class A Area I District 4 Tournament

First Round

Laverne 64, Turpin 54

Class A Area I District 5 Tournament

First Round

Union City 27, Geary 21

Class A Area I District 7 Tournament

First Round

Canton 42, Cimarron 41

Class A Area II District 1 Tournament

First Round

Kremlin-Hillsdale 43, Garber 37

Class A Area II District 2 Tournament

First Round

Arapaho/Butler 69, Ringwood 39

Waukomis 50, Drummond 38

Class A Area II District 3 Tournament

First Round

Watts 62, South Coffeyville 25

Class A Area II District 4 Tournament

First Round

Okay 60, Olive 43

Class A Area II District 6 Tournament

First Round

Agra 49, Oilton 47

Class A Area III District 1 Tournament

First Round

Blair 34, Hollis 30

Class A Area III District 3 Tournament

First Round

Vanoss 40, Waurika 22

Class A Area III District 6 Tournament

First Round

Bowlegs 55, Strother 36

Class A Area III District 7 Tournament

First Round

Empire 57, Geronimo 42

Class A Area IV District 1 Tournament

First Round

Stringtown 44, Moss 27

Class A Area IV District 2 Tournament

First Round

Haileyville 61, Clayton 59, OT

Class A Area IV District 3 Tournament

First Round

Gans 59, Cameron 52

Class A Area IV District 6 Tournament

First Round

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