Tahlequah Daily Press


January 11, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Thursday

Boys Basketball

Battiest 39, Valliant 38

Kansas 81, Colcord 49

Oklahoma Union 51, Caney Valley 50

Ada Tournament

Ada 63, Sapulpa 58

Ponca City 54, Duncan 47

Shawnee 58, Choctaw 41

Stillwater 85, Durant 45

Alex Tournament

Paoli 55, Ninnekah 46

Stratford JV 44, Empire 40

Anadarko Tournament

Dallas Home School, Texas 69, Carl Albert 67, 2OT

MacArthur 56, Star Spencer 48

Noble 44, El Reno 42

OKC Storm 81, Anadarko 75

Arapaho Tournament

Chattanooga 32, Arapaho/Butler 29

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 54, Canute 27

Hooker 51, Sayre 30

Bedouin Shrine Tournament

Porter Consolidated 66, Santa Fe Charter High School 43

Summit Christian 66, Graham 42

Beggs Tournament

Morris 52, Prague 51

Rejoice Christian School 68, Glenpool 53

Bethany Tournament

Bethany 54, Harrah 53

Millwood 52, Western Heights 49

Piedmont 81, Elgin 22

Tecumseh 66, Casady 19

Bethel Tournament

Bethel 54, Little Axe 27

Byng 50, Newcastle 35

Heritage Hall 51, Bridge Creek 30

Seminole 36, Perkins-Tryon 35

Big Pasture Tournament

Big Pasture 77, Waurika 41

Indiahoma 46, Cache JV 41

Black Diamond Tournament

Dibble 41, Bray-Doyle 26

Bristow Tournament

Metro Christian 46, Bristow 37

Okemah 67, Cushing 44

Carnegie Tournament

Carnegie 36, Clinton 25

Frederick 50, Anadarko JV 40

Snyder 48, Hobart 27

Cherokee Tournament

Buffalo 69, Deer Creek-Lamont 47

Burlington 86, Aline-Cleo 34

Cherokee 52, Covington-Douglas 40

Pond Creek-Hunter 75, Kremlin-Hillsdale 18

Chisholm Tournament (Wheat Capital)

Alva 68, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 37

Blackwell 51, Guymon 38

Fairview 47, Perry 39

Kingfisher 68, Chisholm 32

Davenport Tournament

Agra 62, Oilton 40

Depew 54, Olive 31

Paden 59, Butner 32

Earlsboro Tournament

Asher 64, Maud 50

Glencoe 81, Maysville 33

Vanoss 64, Earlsboro 17

Varnum 73, Sasakwa 50

Henryetta-Wilson Tournament

Henryetta 61, Okmulgee 58, OT

Weleetka 49, Eufaula 40

Hinton Invitational Tournament

Hammon 57, Amber-Pocasset 55

Hinton 68, Crossings Christian Academy 40

Luther 54, Christian Heritage Academy 52

Kingston Tournament

Atoka 56, Tishomingo 53

Kingston 46, Coalgate 21

Latta 63, Rock Creek 28

Madill 52, Silo 50

Konawa Tournament

Dale 52, Holdenville 44

Lindsay Tournament

Blanchard 76, OKC Knights 40

Mount St. Mary 46, Lindsay 40

Plainview 47, Pauls Valley 45

Weatherford 36, Purcell 34

Locust Grove Tournament

Ketchum 70, Keys (Park Hill) 58

Locust Grove 58, Chouteau-Mazie 41

Lone Grove Tournament

Hugo 65, Lone Grove 39

Idabel 56, Marlow 44

Walters 60, Talihina 54

Washington 71, Comanche 39

Marietta Tournament

Colbert 55, Davis 47

Dickson 64, Caddo 53

Marietta 65, Healdton 30

Sulphur 38, Wayne 31

McGuinness Tournament

Edmond North 52, Yukon 36

McGuinness Tournament

Guthrie 58, Norman 55, OT

McGuinness Tournament

McGuinness 61, OKC Northwest 21

Norman North 75, Deer Creek 60

Merritt Classic Tournament

Calumet 46, Mangum 34

Hollis 54, Navajo 34

Hydro-Eakly 69, Arnett JV 32

Merritt 87, Granite 16

Morrisson Tournament

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