Tahlequah Daily Press


December 4, 2012

Prep basketball scores

Results from Monday


Bluejacket 84, Destiny Christian 12

Boise City 71, Goodwell 63

Cache 92, WF Hirschi, Texas 70

Dove Science 63, Prue 48

Adair Tournament

Chouteau-Mazie 60, Jay 58

Dewey 55, Salina 36

Afton Tournament

Afton 54, Riverfield Country Day 53, OT

Quapaw 61, Fairland 52

Big Eight Tournament

Community Christian 81, Paoli 30

Canton Tournament

Cimarron 52, Calumet 51

Chattanooga Tournament

Cyril 66, Indiahoma 39

Crowder Tournament

Lakewood Christian 57, Canadian 40

Wilburton 60, Crowder 49

EOSC Tournament

Cave Springs 70, Red Oak JV 38

LeFlore 55, Battiest 53

Red Oak 63, Pittsburg 19

Five County Tournament

Merritt 79, Erick 34

Sentinel 68, Hammon 62

Frontier Tournament

Preston 85, Frontier 57

Tonkawa 58, Morrison 33

Geronimo Tournament

Temple 47, Geronimo 33

Tipton 66, Merritt JV 45

Greenleaf Invitational Tournament

Kinta 71, Braggs 32

Porter Consolidated 72, Oaks 34

Inola Tournament

Pryor 79, Fort Gibson 74

Verdigris 82, Siloam Springs, Ark. 37

Keys Tournament

Muldrow 78, Tahlequah JV 28

Little River Conference Tournament

Sasakwa 45, Bowlegs 43

Varnum 69, Earlsboro 37

Mannford Keystone Classic Tournament

NOAH 92, Cushing 32

Piedmont 44, Newkirk 33

Pond-Creek Tournament

Medford 49, Covington-Douglas 40

South Haven, Mich. 92, Timberlake 30

Sperry Tournament

Caney Valley 58, Glenpool 52

Sperry 70, Pawhuska 41

Tiger Shootout Tournament

Dewar 69, Schulter 40

Wewoka 65, Eagle Point Christian 5

Welch Tournament

Chetopa, Kan. 38, Welch 30


Bluejacket 85, Destiny Christian Academy 12

Prue 54, Dove Science 28

Adair Tournament

Jay 43, Chouteau-Mazie 17

Salina 48, Dewey 33

Afton Tournament

Afton 50, Riverfield Country Day 15

Quapaw 80, Fairland 16

Best of the Southwest Tournament(Granite)

Navajo 56, Olustee 23

Big Eight Tournament

Wayne 60, Maysville 11

Wynnewood 44, Community Christian 42

Canton Tournament

Arnett 40, Canton 34

Calumet 92, Fargo 43

Chattanooga Tournament

Indiahoma 45, Chattanooga 40

Snyder 55, Cyril 44

Crowder Tournament

Hartshorne 45, Indianola 29

Wilburton 47, Crowder 23

EOSC Tournament

Clayton 63, Cave Springs 40

Howe 70, Battiest 27

McCurtain 49, Panola 24

Pittsburg 54, Whitesboro 41

Five-County Conference Tournament

Hammon 66, Arapaho/Butler 41

Merritt 41, Erick 31

Frontier Tournament

Coyle 63, Morrison 59

Frontier 68, Preston 54

Geronimo Tournament

Temple 37, Geronimo 20

Tipton 47, Merritt JV 28

Greenleaf Tournament

Oaks 39, Porter Consolidated 26

Porum 58, Braggs 57

Inola Tournament

Fort Gibson 78, Siloam Springs, Ark. 37

Verdigris 62, Pryor 37

Keys Tournament

Muldrow 71, Tahlequah JV 40

Little River Conference Tournament

Mason 51, Macomb 44

Sasakwa 51, Paden 31

Strother 50, Bowlegs 46

Mannford Keystone Classic

Piedmont 51, Newkirk 34

Victory Christian 73, NOAH 52

Minco Tournament

Verden 46, Bray-Doyle 31

Pond-Creek Tournament

South Haven, Mich. 44, Covington-Douglas 21

Timberlake 58, Medford 21

Pontotoc Conference Tournament

Stonewall 59, Wanette 18

Sperry Tournament

Caney Valley 58, Barnsdall 24

Sperry 40, Glenpool 29

Tiger Classic

Hanna 46, Schulter 25

Wewoka 61, Wilson-Henryetta 40

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