Tahlequah Daily Press


February 23, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Friday and Saturday

Friday scores

Class 2A Area I Regional Tournament
Winners Bracket

Alva 53, Crescent 43

Pawnee 50, Hooker 49, OT

Losers Bracket

Merritt 59, Community Christian 50

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 54, Christian Heritage Academy 50, OT

Rejoice Christian School 47, Mooreland 41

Watonga 39, Hennessey 36

Class 2A Area II Regional Tournament
Winners Bracket

Hinton 78, Dale 56

Losers Bracket

Amber-Pocasset 65, Wilson 44

Carnegie 42, Navajo 32

Oklahoma Bible 63, Walters 43

Class 2A Area III Regional Tournament
Losers Bracket

Kiefer 44, Summit Christian 39

Oklahoma Union 71, Hulbert 53

Class 2A Area IV Regional Tournament
Losers Bracket

Howe 62, Vanoss 37

Stratford 56, Pocola 45

Class 3A Area I Regional Tournament
Winners Bracket

Oklahoma Centennial 58, Perkins-Tryon 29

Sequoyah Tahlequah 57, Beggs 56

Losers Bracket

Chisholm 52, Perry 40

Haskell 53, Pawhuska 46

Class 3A Area II Regional Tournament
Winners Bracket

Millwood 55, Marlow 39

Losers Bracket

Frederick 79, ASTEC Charter 60

Prague 49, Comanche 47

Class 3A Area III Regional Tournament
Winners Bracket

Kansas 58, Heavener 41

Verdigris 74, Westville 50

Losers Bracket

Dewey 57, Chelsea 46

Hartshorne 60, Wyandotte 55

Vian 43, Newkirk 41

Class 3A Area IV Regional Tournament
Losers Bracket

Antlers 72, Davis 51

Atoka 94, Riverside 71

Kingston 48, Wilburton 41

Valliant 80, Lexington 48

Class 4A Area I Regional Tournament
Losers Bracket

Bethany 74, Bristow 48

Mount St. Mary 49, Bethel 44

Class 4A Area II Regional Tournament
Losers Bracket

Cache 61, Star Spencer 53

Madill 58, Tuttle 53

Tecumseh 60, Newcastle 43

Class 4A Area III Regional Tournament
Winners Bracket

Berryhill 50, Blackwell 45

Mannford 65, Cleveland 51

Losers Bracket

Oologah 39, Metro Christian 32

Vinita 47, Cushing 36

Class 4A Area IV Regional Tournament
Losers Bracket

Broken Bow 53, Byng 43

Fort Gibson 71, Wagoner 44

Inola 48, Poteau 46

Seminole 58, Sallisaw 39

Class 5A East Regional Tournament
First Round

Bishop Kelley 64, McAlester 48

Chickasha 56, Tahlequah 53

Coweta 50, Grove 23

Guthrie 46, Tulsa East Central 43

Memorial 91, Claremore 34

Noble 53, Durant 44

Skiatook 76, Pryor 69

Class 5A West Regional Tournament
First Round

Capitol Hill 33, Deer Creek 27

Carl Albert 71, Duncan 39

Del City 44, Shawnee 43

MacArthur 56, Altus 36

McGuinness 71, Guymon 28

OKC Southeast 94, OKC Northwest 40

Piedmont 44, Ardmore 40

Western Heights 52, El Reno 45

Class 6A East Regional Tournament
First Round

Bartlesville 51, Ponca City 42

Bixby 50, Mustang 47

Booker T. Washington 75, Moore 62

Broken Arrow 71, Enid 50

Jenks 71, Sapulpa 68

Owasso 94, Sand Springs 62

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