Tahlequah Daily Press

Sports

January 25, 2013

Prep basketball scores

Results from Thursday

(Continued)

Putnam North 59, Putnam West 26

Bryan County Tournament

Tushka 34, Achille 26

Buffalo Tournament

Beaver 59, Buffalo 41

Forgan 63, Gage 29

Laverne 63, Fargo 41

Shattuck 77, Fort Supply 47

Caddo County Tournament

Apache 45, Carnegie 34

Lookeba-Sickles 51, Cement 43

Caney Valley Tournament

Caney Valley 56, Copan 44

Caney Valley Tournament

Chelsea 45, Tulsa Webster 24

Cashion County Line Tournament

Cashion 35, Community Christian 21

Coyle 63, Oklahoma Christian School JV 18

Morrison 63, Watonga 57

Oklahoma Christian School 41, Crescent 21

Catoosa Port City Classic

Bartlesville 57, Claremore 41

Bixby 60, Skiatook 29

Cascia Hall 52, Victory Christian 40

Verdigris 46, Catoosa 38

Cherokee Strip Tournament

Burlington 34, Cherokee 20

Deer Creek-Lamont 67, Medford 33

Comanche Tournament

Cache 57, Elgin 52

Chattanooga 76, Geronimo 20

Indiahoma 50, Fletcher 30

Sterling 49, Walters 38

Dave Calvert Invitational

Hulbert 44, Oaks 26

Kellyville 56, Depew 47

Kiefer 38, Drumright 29

Ripley 62, Prue 35

Deer Creek Bruce Gray Tournament

Deer Creek 66, Western Heights 20

Enid 59, Star Spencer 43

Mustang 50, McGuinness 41

Dewey County Tournament

Lincoln Christian 51, Sperry 41

Pawhuska 37, Bishop Kelley JV 29

Glencoe Tournament

Glencoe 60, Yale 48

Newkirk 52, Southwest Covenant 30

Olive 54, Hominy 33

Woodland 45, Luther 39

Grady County Tournament

Amber-Pocasset 62, Dibble 38

Minco 57, Rush Springs 51

Healdton Tournament

Davis 71, Thackerville 17

Healdton 52, Ringling 29

Turner 67, Fox 17

Wynnewood 50, Wilson 38

Heart of Oklahoma Tournament

Bridge Creek 56, Lone Grove 42

Mount St. Mary 51, Tuttle 25

Sulphur 66, Wayne 22

Jenks Tournament

Sapulpa 62, Booker T. Washington 49

Union 61, NOAH 44

John Nobles Tournament

Choctaw 65, Tahlequah 60

Eisenhower 42, Ponca City 32

Muskogee 71, Moore 38

Southmoore 68, Lawton 47

Jones Tournament

Elk City 59, Jones 48

Harrah 72, Perry 30

Lindsay 53, Tecumseh 37

Weatherford 70, John Marshall 29

Kingfisher Tournament

Bethany 61, Kingfisher 43

Heritage Hall 65, Chisholm 43

Okarche 60, Clinton 41

Piedmont 58, McLoud 18

LeFlore County Tournament

Bokoshe 52, Whitesboro 30

Little Axe Classic

Christian Heritage Academy 50, Santa Fe South 16

Harding Charter Prep 59, Duncan 57

Plainview 76, OKC U.S. Grant 14

Riverside 61, Little Axe 58

MC-6 Tournament

Smithville 38, Rattan 35, OT

Wright City 46, Ft. Towson 34

Mounds Tournament

Haskell 53, Mounds 34

Oktaha 67, Porter Consolidated 34

NEO Tournament

Afton 50, Cave Springs 26

Commerce 48, Tyro Community Christian, Kan. 15

Watts 61, Chetopa, Kan. 45

Welch 48, Foyil 25

Gold Tournament

Bluejacket 49, Douglass 30

Guthrie 48, Grove 37

Miami 63, St. Louis Christian, Mo. 28

Roland 67, McLain/TSST 30

Blue Tournament

Quapaw 53, Roland JV 33

Tulsa Rogers 66, Fairland 22

Wyandotte 47, South Coffeyville 19

Newcastle Tournament

Ada 42, Woodward 34

Bethel 52, Blanchard 30

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