Tahlequah Daily Press

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February 23, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Friday and Saturday

(Continued)

Adair 57, Eufaula 37

Losers Bracket

Newkirk 42, Hartshorne 31

Vian 63, Heavener 30

Vinita 47, Miami 27

Class 3A Area IV Regional Tournament
Winners Bracket

Sulphur 54, Atoka 38

Losers Bracket

Davis 53, Tishomingo 43

Holdenville 67, Okemah 55

Class 4A Area I Regional Tournament
Losers Bracket

Bethany 56, Bethel 53

Woodward 80, John Marshall 34

Class 4A Area II Regional Tournament
Winners Bracket

Anadarko 60, Elgin 28

Harrah 56, Ada 41

Losers Bracket

Newcastle 72, Cache 68

Tuttle 49, Blanchard 31

Class 4A Area III Regional Tournament
Winners Bracket

Cascia Hall 47, Oologah 45

Cushing 47, Victory Christian 28

Losers Bracket

Salina 51, Keys (Park Hill) 43

Tulsa Webster 44, Metro Christian 31

Washington 45, Jones 31

Class 4A Area IV Regional Tournament
Winners Bracket

Fort Gibson 67, Inola 52

Losers Bracket

Muldrow 36, Poteau 26

Roland 67, Sallisaw 55

Class 5A East Regional Tournament
Region 2 Final

Collinsville 35, Bishop Kelley 34

Region 4 Final

Memorial 53, Tulsa Edison 49

Region 3 Final

Tahlequah 68, Chickasha 63

Region 1 Final

Tulsa East Central 61, Grove 36

Class 5A West Regional Tournament
Region 3 Final

Carl Albert 56, Del City 50

Region 4 Final

Deer Creek 61, Ardmore 35

Region 2 Final

Piedmont 61, MacArthur 44

Region 1 Final

Shawnee 52, El Reno 23

Class 6A East Regional Tournament
Region 3 Final

Bartlesville 60, Jenks 58

Region 4 Final

Bixby 57, Union 46

Region 2 Final

Booker T. Washington 47, Mustang 36

Region 1 Final

Muskogee 62, Broken Arrow 49

Class 6A West Regional Tournament
Region 4 Final

Edmond Memorial 46, Southmoore 41

Region 1 Final

Edmond Santa Fe 70, Eisenhower 34

Region 3 Final

Norman North 43, Norman 33

Region 2 Final

Putnam City 56, Choctaw 52

Class A Area I
Consolation

Seiling 58, Texhoma 44

Class A Area II
Consolation Final

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 45, Chattanooga 37

Class A Area III
Consolation Final

Pond Creek-Hunter 55, Velma-Alma 51

Class A Area IV
Consolation Final

Turner 63, Dewar 45

Class B Area I
Consolation

Vici 53, Sharon-Mutual 48

Class B Area III
Consolation

Burlington 64, Copan 25

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