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February 18, 2014

Prep basketball scoreboard

Scores from Monday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Bartlesville 51, Broken Arrow 45

Carl Albert 74, Chickasha 52

Chisholm 57, Oklahoma Bible 56

Chouteau-Mazie 66, Hulbert 54

Cleveland 59, Yale 53, OT

Dale 42, Newcastle 41

Del City 66, Norman 52

Fort Gibson 84, Vinita 54

Harrah 89, Blanchard 57

Henryetta 59, Beggs 47

Jones 50, McLoud 46

Kansas 55, Colcord 39

Kiefer 64, Drumright 16

Kingston 56, Plainview 54

Konawa 60, Holdenville 42

Lincoln Christian 54, Rejoice Christian School 43

Locust Grove 79, Wagoner 25

Mannford 60, Inola 33

Merritt 59, Snyder 50

Miami 51, Grove 37

Newkirk 39, Tonkawa 28

Okmulgee 79, Hilldale 75, OT

Pawhuska 60, Barnsdall 52

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 58, Morrison 37

Pocola 64, Howe 60

Preston 63, Glenpool 31

Purcell 44, Tecumseh 41

Riverton, Kan. 58, Quapaw 38

Roland 41, Poteau 30

Shawnee 67, Ada 53

Skiatook 71, Sperry 67

Spiro 57, Muldrow 43

Stilwell 59, Sequoyah Tahlequah 46

Thomas Fay Custer 51, Minco 38

Tishomingo 54, Coalgate 40

Valliant 50, Rattan 47

Vian 50, Keys (Park Hill) 42

Victory Christian 55, Cascia Hall 41

Wewoka 82, Seminole 66

Wilburton 56, Panama 37

Woodward 75, Cache 54

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Beggs 55, Henryetta 31

Broken Arrow 66, Bartlesville 52

Cache 52, Woodward 41

Carl Albert 62, Chickasha 36

Cleveland 48, Yale 21

Del City 69, Norman 63

Fort Gibson 58, Vinita 51

Grove 39, Miami 31

Holdenville 45, Konawa 34

Howe 65, Pocola 47

Hulbert 69, Chouteau-Mazie 54

Inola 60, Mannford 35

Jones 38, McLoud 35

Kansas 41, Colcord 34

Keys (Park Hill) 43, Vian 39

Kiefer 52, Drumright 39

Lincoln Christian 38, Rejoice Christian School 26

Locust Grove 62, Wagoner 47

Morris 47, Kellyville 37

Morrison 60, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 58

Newcastle 63, Dale 55

Newkirk 37, Tonkawa 35

OKC Classen Adv. 68, OKC Southeast 45

Plainview 64, Kingston 49

Poteau 42, Roland 39

Preston 82, Glenpool 46

Quapaw 53, Riverton, Kan. 25

Shawnee 33, Ada 29

Skiatook 47, Sperry 40

Stilwell 66, Sequoyah Tahlequah 55

Tecumseh 44, Purcell 38

Thomas Fay Custer 73, Minco 38

Tishomingo 55, Coalgate 15

Valliant 44, Rattan 43

Victory Christian 64, Cascia Hall 36

Walters 47, Ardmore 32

Wilburton 52, Panama 50, OT

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