Tahlequah Daily Press

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December 12, 2012

Prep basketball scores

Results from Tuesday

(Continued)

Sterling 82, Ninnekah 29

Tecumseh 55, Byng 47

Texhoma 70, Hartley, Texas 13

Thomas Fay Custer 49, Watonga 36

Tonkawa 74, Frontier 51

Tulsa Edison 51, Tulsa Webster 43

Tulsa Rogers 68, Dove Science 64

Verdigris 53, Lincoln Christian 50, OT

Victory Christian 63, Holland Hall 56

Vinita 63, Grove 33

Walters 78, Waurika 53

Weatherford 48, Altus 44

Westmoore 66, Southmoore 51

Whitesboro 64, Panola 39

Woodward 69, Guymon 56

Wright City 57, Battiest 36

Yale 80, Oilton 44

Class 4A Area I Regional Tournament

Cache 72, John Marshall 60

Darrel James Invitational Tournament

Union Christian, Ark. 66, Crowder 58

Webbers Falls 68, Indianola 28

Prague Tournament

Depew 54, Stuart 27

Henryetta 49, Bridge Creek 26

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ada 61, Madill 44

Adair 50, Caney Valley 30

Alva 52, Chisholm 40

Amber-Pocasset 58, Wayne 39

Anadarko 56, Elgin 35

Antlers 61, Coalgate 34

Ardmore 59, Durant 52

Balko 66, Rolla, Kan. 34

Barnsdall 50, Shidler 27

Bartlesville 52, Claremore 49

Beggs 65, Morris 37

Bethany 59, Little Axe 32

Bethel 49, Dale 44, 2OT

Bishop Kelley 54, Tahlequah 51

Bixby 59, Owasso 42

Blanchard 54, Tuttle 42

Bluejacket 56, Joplin, Mo. 49

Booker T. Washington 94, Central 11

Bristow 50, Mannford 42

Broken Arrow 50, Sapulpa 40

Butner 48, Wilson-Henryetta 38

Byng 54, Tecumseh 25

Cache 95, John Marshall 45

Carl Albert 50, Piedmont 47

Choctaw 44, Mustang 32

Christian Heritage Academy 63, Luther 42

Colcord 26, Wyandotte 24

Collinsville 55, Pryor 45

Covington-Douglas 32, Aline-Cleo 23

Coweta 30, Skiatook 27, OT

Cushing 61, Glenpool 15

Cyril 47, Lookeba-Sickles 46

Davenport 62, Carney 36

Destiny Christian Academy 56, Life Christian 33

Dibble 41, Minco 36

Drummond 42, Medford 34

Duke 50, Olustee 20

Eagletown 44, Smithville 38

Edmond Santa Fe 65, Putnam West 15

Eisenhower 59, OKC Storm 48

Elk City 59, Clinton 45

Erick 46, Tipton 27

Fairview 62, Blackwell 45

Forgan 43, Hooker 41

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 44, Sentinel 39

Goodwell 46, Keyes 42

Guthrie 65, El Reno 45

Harrah 52, Jones 30

Hartley, Texas 46, Texhoma 37

Haskell 52, Okmulgee 45, OT

Hennessey 56, Crescent 26

Holland Hall 38, Victory Christian 34

Hulbert 48, Okay 28

Inola 38, Sperry 33

Kellyville 45, CHEF 23

Ketchum 66, South Coffeyville 30

Keys (Park Hill) 53, Wagoner 40

Kiefer 67, Liberty 30

Kingston 51, Silo 49

Kiowa 61, Rattan 52

Lindsay 61, Marlow 53

Locust Grove 61, Hilldale 56

Mangum 34, Hollis 24

Meeker 56, Holdenville 46

Miami 48, Catoosa 34

Midwest City 49, Norman 32

Mingo Valley Christian 48, Regent Prep 24

Mooreland 33, Cherokee 17

Morrison 54, Cashion 50

Mount St. Mary 76, OKC U.S. Grant 7

Muldrow 37, McAlester 35

Muskogee 66, Sand Springs 48

Newcastle 50, Purcell 30

NOAH 55, Memorial 38

Norman North 64, Moore 47

Nowata 50, Chouteau-Mazie 30

Oaks 65, Wright Christian 18

Okarche 61, Lomega 39

OKC Classen Adv. 47, OKC Southeast 37

OKC Northeast 67, OKC Northwest 31

OKC Southeast 38, Commerce 33

Oklahoma Bible 45, Crossings Christian Academy 40

Oklahoma Christian Academy 38, Southwest Covenant 20

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