Tahlequah Daily Press


January 25, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Thursday

66 Conference Tournament

Meeker 57, Chandler 52

Prague 51, Holdenville 36

Altus Tournament

Eisenhower 67, Duncan 45

MacArthur 63, Chickasha 59

Bartlesville Tournament

Bartlesville 68, Ardmore 33

Bixby 63, Tulsa Union JV 41

Broken Arrow 81, Central High 51

Del City 88, Broken Arrow JV 37

Bi-County Tournament

Arnett 73, Erick 42

Cheyenne 75, Canton 37

Hammon 58, Seiling 49

Merritt 71, Duke 14

Bowlegs Tournament

Strother 77, Crooked Oak 61

Wewoka 71, Maud 33

Bryan County Tournament

Caddo 45, Rock Creek 37

Colbert 47, Achille 46

Buffalo Tournament

Beaver 33, Shattuck 30

Fargo 55, Buffalo 46

Forgan 74, Woodward JV 28

Laverne 88, Fort Supply 41

Caddo County Tournament

Ft. Cobb-Broxton 69, Binger-Oney 48

Lookeba-Sickles 44, Mountain View-Gotebo 37

Caney Valley Tournament


Chelsea 56, Liberty 36

Seventh Place

Barnsdall 62, Copan 45

Cashion County Line Tournament

Community Christian 67, Watonga 27

Coyle 75, Oklahoma Christian School JV 53

Crescent 55, Cashion 46

Oklahoma Christian School 56, Morrison 47

Catoosa Port City Tournament

Memorial 71, Claremore 29

Owasso 54, Cascia Hall 49

Verdigris 80, Skiatook 71

Victory Christian 73, Catoosa 48

Cherokee Strip Conference Tournament

Burlington 74, Timberlake 22

Cherokee 59, Kremlin-Hillsdale 34

Lomega 63, Deer Creek-Lamont 46

Medford 48, Ringwood 35

Dave Calvert Invitational Tournament

Depew 74, Oaks 44

Kellyville 66, Hulbert 50

Kiefer 68, Prue 30

Ripley 65, Drumright 35

Deer Creek Bruce Gray Tournament

Deer Creek 54, OKC Northeast 45

Edmond Memorial 70, Yukon 50

Mustang 56, Enid 54

Putnam North 71, Western Heights 42

Dewey Conference Tournament

Lincoln Christian 57, Sperry 47

Pawhuska 45, Bishop Kelley JV 23

Glencoe Tournament

Glencoe 92, Hominy 37

Luther 69, Newkirk 53

Southwest Covenant 60, Olive 36

Yale 70, Woodland 25

Grady County Tournament

Alex 45, Oklahoma Christian Academy 37

Dibble 49, Ninnekah 46

Healdton Tournament

Davis 70, Healdton 48

Fox 50, Ringling 45

Wilson 79, Turner 23

Wynnewood 60, Thackerville 39

Heart of Oklahoma Tournament

Anadarko 40, Bridge Creek 32

Byng 47, Mount St. Mary 41

Purcell 48, Lone Grove 36

Sulphur 47, Tuttle 42

Jenks Invitational Tournament

Edmond Santa Fe 57, Tulsa Edison 53

Jenks 58, Guthrie 39

Midwest City 64, Tulsa East Central 54

Union 88, NOAH 65

John Nobles Tournament

Capitol Hill 49, Southmoore 43

Lawton 50, Ponca City 42

McGuinness 68, OKC Northwest 49

Moore 78, Tahlequah 52

Jones Tournament

Elk City 52, Weatherford 26

Harrah 69, Perry 40

John Marshall 80, Jones 60

Tecumseh 60, Lindsay 52

Kingfisher Tournament

Bethany 61, Chisholm 48

Heritage Hall 51, McLoud 41

Okarche 41, Kingfisher 39

Piedmont 53, Clinton 27

LeFlore County Tournament

Poteau 40, Talihina 38

Spiro 62, Heavener 49

Wister 68, Arkoma 55

Little Axe Tournament

Christian Heritage Academy 71, Little Axe 42

Harding Charter Prep 66, Riverside 56

OKC U.S. Grant 45, Santa Fe South 29

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