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December 17, 2013

Local scores for 12-18-13

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OKEENE 67, WAUKOMIS 24

WHS    11    5    2    6    —    24

OHS    15    24    14    14    —    67

Waukomis — Mack 6, Condon 6, Myers 5, Goldman 2, Hess 2, Felber 2, Eck 1.

Okeene — Hafner 18, Long 13, Sublett 9, Moser 9, M. Westfahl 8, O. Westfahl 2, Hicks 2, Alvarado 2, Dunn 2, Lorenz 2.

COV-DOUGLAS 53, ALINE-CLEO 34

A-C    10    7    5    12    —    34

C-D    16    19    14    4    —    53

A-C — Beckwith 14, Edwards 13, Gahr 2, Moore 2, Hamen1.

C-D — Hailey Kaiser 22, Fleeson 8, Parsons 6, Navratil l 5, C. Kaiser 3, M. Wicker 3,  K. Wicker 2, Brown 2, Rowe 2

FAIRVIEW 65, WATONGA 41

WATONGA    11    7    6    17    —    41

FAIRVIEW    27    11    17    10    —    65

Watonga: Schenk 15, Baker 7, Jones 7, Woulard 6, Ricky 4, Roberts 2

Fairview: Reese 19, Hutchison 10, Boyer 9, Combs 9, Mason 9, Cell 5, Smith 4

RINGWOOD 52, DRUMMOND 50

RINGWOOD    11    16    10    15    –    52

DRUMMOND    6    7    19    18    —    50

Ringwood — Johnson 6, Randolph 10, Palmer 5, Farrand 23, Anderson 2, Shaffer 6.

Drummond — Shiplet 19, Miller 6, Wagner 5, Morrison 6, Powell 2, Cutrazella 6, Perry 4, Longpine 2.

BURLINGTON 53, MEDFORD 32

MEDFORD    4    11    2    15    —    32

BURLINGTON    10    18    14    11    —    53

Medford: Taylor 14, Cripe 9, Schuster 5, Pitts 2, Roupe 2

Burlington: Garvie 26, Smith 17, Vore 5, Stewart 3, Armbruster 2

HENNESSEY 64, CRESCENT 13

HENNESSEY    15    18    15    16    —    64

CRESCENT    1    5    3    4    —    13

Hennessey: Blehm 16, Holder 13, Reeves 10, Copeland 8, Neiderer 6, Birch 2, Fuska 2, Duell 1, Meeker 1, Thompson 1, Patocka 1

Crescent: Sanderson 4, Johnson 3, Christensen 2, Carver 2, Musil 1, Cronister 1

SEILING 61, CALUMET 44

CALUMET     17    13    7    7    —    44

SEILING    16    13    18    14    —    61

Calumet — Richardson 23, Percival 11, Spoon 6, Ellison 2, Davis 2.

Seiling — Hedrick 24, Templin 14, Morgan Marks 12, Livingston 7, Pethoud 2, Margo Marks 2

ALVA 61, OBA 12

ALVA    12    21    14    14    -    61

OBA    4    2    0    6    -    12

Alva (7-0): Hobbs 20; Ritter 12; Randall 10; J. Shiever 6; Riley 5; Forell 3; Schafer 2; Mapes 2; M. Shiever 1

OBA (3-5): Price 5; Atwood 4; Kelley 2; Coffin 1

CHEROKEE 50, MOORELAND 44

CHEROKEE    7    14    13    16`—    50

MOORELAND    12    13    11    8    —    44

Cherokee — Hawkins 9, Wright 10, Wilhite 5, Ducotey 2, Schanbacher 2, Unruh 21

Mooreland — Barnett 6, Roper 10, Ham 10, Phillips 12, Stewart 6.

BUFFALO 45, CANTON 42

PREP BOYS

SEILING 52, CALUMET 44

CALUMET    13    11    9    11    —    44

SEILING    15    9    9    19    —    52

Calumet — Paukei 16, Hood 11, Gilbert 8, Epperson 6, Gaithers 3.

Seiling — Nyberg 29, Harris 8, Gore 8, Turner 4, Shuck 3.

BURLINGTON 55, MEDFORD 41

MEDFORD    12    7    12    10    —    41

BURLINGTON    13    17    11    14    —    55

Medford — Herod 14, Webb 10, Thompson 10, Janzen 2,Banks 2, Koehn 2, Schuster 1.

Burlington — Ellerbeck 19, Talbott 14, Rieger 4, Armbruster 4, Ross 3.

ALVA 52, OBA 41

ALVA    13    12    14    13    -    52

OBA    9    8    8    16    -    41

Alva (6-1): Johnson 14; Hess 14; Madsen 10; Bozeman 6; Jones 4; Hooper 2; Slater 2

OBA (6-2): Eaton 18; White 9; Atwood 5; Whitson 5; Raggow 3; Suenram 1

MOORELAND 29, CHEROKEE 17

CHEROKEE    6    3    2    6    —    17

MOORELAND    10    7    1    11    —    29

Cherokee — Guffy 4, Cochran 2, Bowman 2, Bagenstos 2, Castro 5

Mooreland — Murray 5, Hensley 5, Miller 1, Svejkovsky 10, Peach 8

HENNESSEY 65, CRESCENT 55

HENNESSEY    11    19    15    20    —    65    

CRESCENT    20    15    10    10    —    55

Hennessey: Kroll 19, Phipps 15, Childs 15, McBride 12, Deras 2, Hatchel 2

Crescent: Lacey 13, House 10, Bledsoe 8, Bennett 8, Johnson 7, Jones 5, LaRue 4

DRUMMOND 57, RINGWOOD 47

RINGWOOD    16    11    8    12    —    47

DRUMMOND    13    18    12    14    —    57

Ringwood — Moehle 4, Resendiz 8, Lora 8, Navarro 4, Patton 3, Rodriguez 7, Swart 5, Schiet 8.

Drummond — Kokojan 20, Rodenberg 4, Menendez 3, Jantz 12, Jankey 14, Wilson 4.

ALINE-CLEO 70, COV-DOUGLAS 68, OT

A-C                    11    24    16    13    6    —    70

C-D                   10    18    19    17    4    —    68

A-C — Robinson 21, Swinney 18, Stokes 18, J. Dobbs 7, Ryal 4, Wallace 2.

C-D — Harak 16, Daugherty 15, Hamlett 10, Taylor 7, L. Kroll 7, M. Kroll 6, Maxwell 5, Nunley 2.

 

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