Tahlequah Daily Press


January 11, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Thursday


Kiefer 53, Morrison 45

Moss Tournament

Kiowa 54, Allen 49

Moss 71, Bowlegs 27

Stonewall 75, Dewar 43

Stuart 75, New Lima 40

Mulhall-Orlando (M-O) Tournament

Coyle 68, Dover 36

Mulhall-Orlando 80, Waukomis 47

Oil Center Tournament

Beaver 56, Sharon-Mutual 27

Forgan 69, Waynoka 16

Mooreland 55, Canton 37

Shattuck 48, Turpin 34

Oologah Tournament

Fort Gibson 69, Dewey 47

Inola 59, Catoosa 35

Oologah 62, Sequoyah-Claremore 59

Wagoner 51, Lincoln Christian 35

Putnam City Schools Tournament

Eisenhower 66, Union 55

Midwest City 79, Lawton 29

Putnam City 76, John Marshall 50

Putnam West 70, Putnam North 52

Ripley Tournament

Chandler 48, Quapaw 47

Preston 73, Liberty 42

Rock Island Conference Tournament

Kinta 63, Panola 27

Whitesboro 64, Clayton 39

Sequoyah County Tournament

Muldrow 68, Central Sallisaw 55

Roland 76, Vian 30

Skiatook Tournament

Bishop Kelley 49, Vinita 40

NOAH 67, Sand Springs 52

Owasso 70, Collinsville 31

Skiatook 69, Southmoore 62

Stroud Tournament

OKC Northeast 86, Jones 34

Oklahoma Christian School 53, Holland Hall 48

Stroud 58, Wellston 30

Wewoka 53, Mannford 36

Three Rivers Tournament

Crescent 43, Minco 42

Hennessey 76, Watonga 56

Okarche 68, Cashion 53

Thomas Fay Custer 43, Okeene 40

Tushka Tournament

Antlers 63, Stringtown 37

Boswell 64, Moyers 62

Tushka 69, Hartshorne 63

Wright City 67, Calera 52

Ward Center Classic

Drummond 71, Burns Flat-Dill City 49

Laverne 62, Cimarron 46

Seiling 54, Leedey 41

Texhoma 66, Vici 40

Webbers Falls Festival

Oaks 58, Webbers Falls 38

Watts 63, Porum 52



Goodwell 64, Yarbrough 17

Kansas 43, Colcord 26

Valliant 47, Battiest 11

Ada Tournament

Stillwater 37, Norman North 51

Choctaw 50, Ada 48

Edmond Memorial 43, Durant 32

Shawnee 34, Ponca City 29

Alex Tournament

Cement 44, Empire 39

Stratford 46, Alex 38

Anadarko Tournament

Anadarko 94, Noble 26

El Reno 56, Star Spencer 28

OKC Storm 49, Altus 38

Southmoore 70, Lawton 24

Arapaho Tournament

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 67, Clinton JV 33

Hooker 40, Chattanooga 36

Sayre 35, Canute 24

Ardmore Tournament

Cheyenne 64, Arapaho/Butler 40

Bedouin Shrine Tournament

Coweta 56, Checotah 38

Haskell 52, Summit Christian 50

Porter Consolidated 59, Graham 26

Beggs Tournament

Beggs 65, Rejoice Christian School 24

Morris 53, Glenpool 39

Bethany Tournament

Western Heights 18, Millwood 71

Deer Creek 58, Tecumseh 28

Harrah 43, Elgin 23

Piedmont 61, Bethany 44

Bethel Tournament

Bethel 59, Seminole 23

Bridge Creek 41, Newcastle 27

Heritage Hall 72, Word of Life, Kan. 23

Perkins-Tryon 65, Little Axe 21

Big Pasture Tournament

Big Pasture 44, Temple 33

Indiahoma 66, Grandfield 33

Black Diamond Invitational

Rush Springs 51, Velma-Alma 43

Sterling 43, Central High 24

Bristow Tournament

Metro Christian 41, Cushing JV 24

Okemah 43, Tulsa Rogers 42

Carnegie Invitational Tournament

Clinton 66, Frederick 48

Hobart 53, Carnegie 47

Snyder 61, Hobart JV 16

Cherokee Tournament

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