Tahlequah Daily Press

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December 12, 2012

Prep basketball scores

Results from Tuesday

BOYS BASKETBALL

Ada 61, Madill 46

Adair 67, Caney Valley 58

Alva 63, Chisholm 53

Amber-Pocasset 64, Wayne 44

Anadarko 85, Elgin 38

Arapaho/Butler 51, Canute 27

Arnett 83, Leedey 47

Barnsdall 47, Shidler 42

Bartlesville 68, Claremore 31

Beggs 76, Morris 49

Bethany 86, Little Axe 35

Big Pasture 82, Indiahoma 58

Bishop Kelley 61, Tahlequah 48

Blackwell 41, Fairview 32

Blanchard 60, Tuttle 48

Bluejacket 77, Joplin, Mo. 60

Boise City 52, Hardesty 41

Broken Arrow 81, Sapulpa 62

Capitol Hill 59, Star Spencer 56

Carl Albert 62, Piedmont 49

Central 50, Booker T. Washington 49

Cherokee 65, Mooreland 59

Chickasha 54, Western Heights 50

Cimarron 60, Pond Creek-Hunter 55

Coalgate 59, Antlers 50

Coleman 65, Pittsburg 33

Covington-Douglas 65, Aline-Cleo 50

Coweta 71, Skiatook 35

Crescent 66, Hennessey 52

Cushing 55, Glenpool 36

Dale 52, Bethel 37

Davenport 53, Carney 48

Deer Creek 51, Shawnee 47

Destiny Christian Academy 78, Life Christian 26

Dibble 57, Minco 34

Dover 43, Waukomis 39

Drummond 72, Medford 43

Durant 44, Ardmore 40

Edmond North 58, Putnam North 50

Edmond Santa Fe 58, Putnam West 48

Eisenhower 53, OKC Storm 50

El Reno 51, Guthrie 46

Fairland 40, Afton 35

Fox 60, Maysville 41

Foyil 50, Welch 38

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 69, Sentinel 58

Ft. Towson 38, Valliant 37

Garber 54, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 45

Glencoe 95, Woodland 29

Harrah 77, Jones 37

Haworth 60, Broken Bow 46

Hooker 50, Forgan 35

Hulbert 61, Okay 49

Hydro-Eakly 69, Corn Bible Academy 40

Inola 83, Sperry 66

Jenks 78, Union 70

Ketchum 94, South Coffeyville 27

Keys (Park Hill) 67, Wagoner 60

Kiefer 44, Liberty 32

Laverne 61, Turpin 39

Locust Grove 58, Hilldale 45

Lookeba-Sickles 48, Cyril 46

Luther 52, Christian Heritage Academy 39

Mannford 51, Bristow 29

Marlow 69, Lindsay 66

Maud 55, Calvin 39

McLoud 55, Perkins-Tryon 48

Meeker 62, Holdenville 45

Memorial 87, NOAH 82

Miami 50, Catoosa 46

Midwest City 73, Norman 38

Mingo Valley Christian 65, Regent Prep 53

Mounds 67, Olive 43

Mount St. Mary 47, OKC U.S. Grant 36

Muldrow 71, McAlester 60

Mulhall-Orlando 86, Coyle 85

Muskogee 64, Sand Springs 35

New Lima 58, Earlsboro 46

Norman North 83, Moore 76

Nowata 58, Chouteau-Mazie 57

Okarche 63, Lomega 37

OKC Northeast 70, OKC Northwest 52

OKC Southeast 85, OKC Classen Adv. 34

Oklahoma Bible 56, Crossings Christian Academy 33

Oklahoma Christian School 72, Crooked Oak 56

Okmulgee 73, Haskell 64

Olustee 55, Duke 44

Oologah 59, Jay 57, OT

Owasso 71, Bixby 51

Pawnee 65, Hominy 21

Plainview 65, Community Christian 57

Pocola 62, Talihina 47

Porter Consolidated 57, Gans 21

Poteau 63, Sallisaw 54

Pryor 57, Collinsville 35

Purcell 24, Newcastle 21

Putnam City 66, Yukon 46

Quapaw 55, Riverton, Kan. 47

Quinton 44, Clayton 24

Rattan 68, Kiowa 67

Ripley 59, Wellston 30

Roland 88, Central Sallisaw 39

Rolla, Kan. 56, Balko 50, OT

Seminole 51, Chandler 39

Sequoyah-Claremore 63, Dewey 56

Shattuck 54, Canton 32

Silo 54, Kingston 51

Smithville 62, Eagletown 41

Southwest Covenant 65, Oklahoma Christian Academy 11

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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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