Tahlequah Daily Press


December 12, 2012

Prep basketball scores

Results from Tuesday


Oklahoma Christian School 56, Crooked Oak 40

Olive 49, Mounds 28

Oologah 66, Jay 22

Pawnee 43, Hominy 20

Perkins-Tryon 48, McLoud 36

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 43, Garber 39

Plainview 57, Community Christian 36

Ponca City 47, Metro Christian 37

Poteau 76, Sallisaw 52

Preston 84, Okemah 57

Putnam North 66, Edmond North 59, 3OT

Quapaw 51, Riverton, Kan. 41

Ripley 55, Wellston 44

Riverside 49, Lone Grove 45

Rush Springs 59, Alex 15

Sasakwa 42, Moss 22

Savanna 61, Hartshorne 43

Seiling 69, Calumet 47

Seminole 66, Chandler 34

Shawnee 65, Deer Creek 51

Southmoore 51, Westmoore 34

Star Spencer 67, Capitol Hill 23

Stratford 44, Roff 28

Thomas Fay Custer 60, Watonga 27

Tishomingo 36, Latta 34

Tonkawa 44, Frontier 35

Tulsa East Central 66, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 44

Tulsa Edison 61, Tulsa Webster 34

Tulsa Rogers 77, Dove Science 13

Union 52, Jenks 49

Valliant 31, Ft. Towson 26

Verdigris 50, Lincoln Christian 36

Vici 65, Sharon-Mutual 55

Vinita 41, Grove 34

Waukomis 76, Dover 41

Weatherford 56, Altus 29

Welch 43, Foyil 27

Whitesboro 63, Panola 35

Woodland 65, Glencoe 56

Woodward 62, Guymon 54

Wright City 70, Battiest 28

Yale 57, Oilton 47

Yukon 50, Putnam City 46

Darrel James Tournament

Union Christian, Ark. 36, Webbers Falls 35

Prague Tournament

Depew 65, Bridge Creek 63, 2OT

Henryetta 70, Stuart 40

Sequoyah County Tournament

Roland 53, Central Sallisaw 27

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    Northeastern State’s football program will include a pair of hometown brothers for the 2014 season.
    Mason McMillan returns for his sophomore season, and this year he will be reunited with his younger brother, Kourtland. The brothers graduated from Tahlequah High School – Mason in 2013, followed by Kourtland in 2014. At Tahlequah, Mason and Kourtland shared the gridiron for one season.

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    With the 2014 season on the brink, Mike Yurcich, Oklahoma State University football offensive coordinator, is ready for his second year at the helm after coaching a powerful offensive squad a year ago.

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    RiverHawks offensive lineman Ethan James will enter the 2014 season healthy – something the team, and James, were not in 2013.

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    Experience comes from encountering the same things in the same ways over and over again. Oklahoma’s Geneo Grissom and Julian Wilson have that at defensive end and nickleback in bunches.
    However, both will be seeing new things when practice begins. Grissom is moving to outside linebacker. Wilson will be getting a look at cornerback as his senior season begins

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    July 25, 2014 1 Photo

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    Changes are coming to college athletics.
    That was the theme of the state of the conference speech by Big 12 Conference commissioner Bob Bowlsby on the first day of Big 12 Football Media Days.

    July 23, 2014 1 Photo

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    A year after the best defensive team in the Mike Gundy era, the questions now surround how those few returning starters and second-year defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer can maintain that high level of efficiency.

    July 23, 2014 1 Photo

  • Really one true champion?

    I decided to spare the colleagues in front of me – and myself from making a scene – by holding back flipping my table at the Big 12 Conference Football Media Days in Dallas.
    I had become exhausted by the constant use and misrepresentation by the Big 12 with their moniker of “One True Champion.” If they are going to live with the slogan, then they need to abide by that slogan.
    Perhaps its a simple case that they are keeping constant with the poor math of the 10-team Big 12 Conference.

    July 23, 2014

  • Hill expected to be used in multiple facets

    The picture became a little clearer recently of how Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Year Tyreek Hill will be utilized in the Oklahoma State offense.
    And the picture is rather wide.

    July 23, 2014

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    Tiger Woods finished near bottom last weekend at Royal Liverpool, drawing out his drought of major tournament wins. Despite the disappointing showing, Woods' return to form remains a matter of when, not if.

    July 23, 2014 1 Photo


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