Tahlequah Daily Press

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February 19, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Tuesday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Adair 74, Caney Valley 27

Anadarko 60, Altus 47

Bishop Kelley 49, Coweta 38

Bixby 50, Muskogee 48

Booker T. Washington 66, Tulsa Edison 63, 2OT

Byng 57, Atoka 54

Capitol Hill 45, OKC U.S. Grant 44

Carl Albert 72, Ardmore 66

Central Sallisaw 39, Warner 22

Chandler 44, McLoud 34

Chickasha 51, Durant 50

Claremore 47, Pryor 45

Clinton 53, Elgin 42

Comanche 68, Dickson 28

Douglass 64, OKC Northwest 58

Edmond Memorial 56, Del City 38

Edmond North 79, Putnam City 77, OT

Edmond Santa Fe 72, Choctaw 54

El Reno 70, Duncan 49

Eufaula 47, Checotah 45

Fort Gibson 71, Jay 64

Guthrie 52, Piedmont 49

Heritage Hall 43, Oklahoma Centennial 41

Hugo 57, Broken Bow 52

Jenks 54, Sapulpa 41

Kansas 49, Hulbert 46

Kingfisher 73, Bethany 37

Latta 41, Washington 24

Lone Grove 70, Marietta 65

MacArthur 73, Lawton 69

McGuinness 54, Enid 37

Memorial 52, Tulsa East Central 49

Metro Christian 49, Lincoln Christian 40

Midwest City 54, Norman North 37

Moore 80, Westmoore 66

Muldrow 67, Stigler 55

Newkirk 59, Caney Valley, Kan. 44

Okemah 48, Stroud 30

Oklahoma Christian School 49, Bethel 36

Oklahoma Union 52, Foyil 51

Okmulgee 63, Haskell 51

Owasso 65, Sand Springs 53

Perkins-Tryon 51, Cushing 35

Perry 56, Hennessey 55, OT

Poteau 55, Heavener 37

Prague 45, Meeker 41

Putnam West 84, Mustang 66

Ripley 43, Wellston 36

Sequoyah Tahlequah 62, Ketchum 42

Southmoore 67, Norman 61

Stillwater 81, Ponca City 56

Sulphur 53, Kingston 49

Talihina 46, Antlers 40

Tishomingo 65, Davis 48

Tulsa Webster 76, Central 52

Tuttle 52, Jones 33

Union 71, Broken Arrow 48

Verdigris 70, Berryhill 61

Vian 63, Oktaha 34

Watonga 43, Cordell 31

Wayne 59, Rush Springs 56

Yukon 61, Putnam North 59

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Afton 52, Fairland 33

Anadarko 50, Altus 27

Antlers 32, Talihina 29

Beggs 57, Morris 36

Bethany 54, Kingfisher 50

Bethel 63, Oklahoma Christian School 22

Booker T. Washington 68, Tulsa Edison 56

Broken Arrow 53, Union 41

Caney Valley, Kan. 43, Newkirk 21

Carl Albert 50, Ardmore 35

Checotah 49, Eufaula 36

Chelsea 41, Nowata 33

Chickasha 57, Durant 48

Claremore 67, Pryor 29

Colcord 49, Wyandotte 29

Collinsville 56, Tahlequah 31

Cordell 65, Watonga 38

Coweta 42, Bishop Kelley 37

Crooked Oak 29, Harding Fine Arts 28

Dickson 56, Comanche 38

Edmond Memorial 44, Del City 40

Edmond Santa Fe 65, Choctaw 45

El Reno 60, Duncan 25

Elgin 54, Clinton 38

Enid 39, McGuinness 35

Fort Gibson 67, Jay 42

Heritage Hall 50, Oklahoma Centennial 38

Hobart 42, Mangum 19

Hugo 41, Broken Bow 39

Kansas 60, Hulbert 36

Lincoln Christian 50, Metro Christian 39

Little Axe 47, Lexington 36

MacArthur 56, Lawton 39

Marietta 43, Lone Grove 39

McLoud 48, Chandler 40

Meeker 68, Prague 60

Midwest City 55, Norman North 50

Muldrow 43, Stigler 39

Muskogee 56, Bixby 39

Mustang 48, Putnam West 28

OKC Northwest 65, Douglass 42

OKC U.S. Grant 48, Capitol Hill 35

Oklahoma Union 52, Foyil 24

Okmulgee 64, Haskell 54

Perkins-Tryon 44, Cushing 25

Perry 55, Hennessey 54

Piedmont 64, Guthrie 32

Poteau 77, Heavener 50

Putnam City 60, Edmond North 44

Ripley 50, Wellston 23

Sand Springs 47, Owasso 32

Sapulpa 65, Jenks 49

Sequoyah Tahlequah 66, Ketchum 59

Sequoyah-Claremore 34, Skiatook 33, OT

Snyder 40, Marlow 31

Southmoore 50, Norman 37

Stillwater 60, Ponca City 46

Stroud 41, Okemah 40

Tishomingo 43, Davis 42

Tulsa East Central 56, Memorial 40

Tulsa Webster 71, Central 25

Tuttle 52, Jones 38

Verdigris 66, Berryhill 38

Vian 54, Oktaha 32

Washington 46, Latta 28

Westmoore 45, Moore 37

Yukon 59, Putnam North 38

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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.
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