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January 10, 2014

Local scores for 1-10-14

ENID, Okla. — WHEAT CAPITAL GIRLS

KINGFISHER 54, PERRY 36

PERRY                         8  7        10    11    —   36

KINGFISHER    19    8    14    13    —    54

Perry — Deterding 11, Bellmon 7, Buck 5, Edwards 4, Arnold 4, Drake 4, Venard 1.

Kingfisher — Matthews 18, York 15, Boeckman 13, Layn 6, Hyatt 2

ALVA 63, GUYMON 38

GUYMON    4    8    8    18    —  38

ALVA         22      15          10         16    —     63

Guymon - Longoria 14, Rocha-Groves 5, Rodriguez 5, Hein 5, Melton 5, Sledge 4

Alva - Hobbs 21, Riley 14, Randell 11, Forell 6, Murrow 5, Ritter 4, Shiever 2

CHISHOLM 65, BLACKWELL 40

BLACKWELL    9    6    21    4    —    40

CHISHOLM    10    13    20    22    —    65

Blackwell — Calderon 14, Lucas 14, Burtner 15, Ashford 5, Glass 1, Simunek 1

Chisholm — N. Middleton 13, Petersen 13, Galusha 11, Raynor 10, McCary 8, Gruber 6, Brown 2, Boedecker 2

FAIRVIEW 53, PIONEER 23

FAIRVIEW    10    20    15    8    —    53

PIONEER     4    7    6    6    —    23

Fairview - Cell 15, Mason 12, Hutchison 7, Reese 5, Boyer 2, B. Sharp 2, Smith 2, Combs 2, Martens 2, T. Sharp 2

Pioneer - Simunek 7, Koontz 4, Schneider 2, Yerian 2, Stone 2, Mann 2, Woolsey 2

WHEAT CAPITAL BOYS

KINGFISHER 53, PERRY 30

KINGFISHER              10      15 15    13    —   53

PERRY    5       11   7   7    —       30

Kingfisher — Sternberger 17, Squires 11, Shepherd 7, Ely 7, Jackson 5, Nault 3, Payne 3, Yost 2

Perry — Albritton 12, Matthesen 8, Adams 4, Weaver 2, Boone 2, Baird 2

ALVA 55, GUYMON 35

GUYMON    11    4    11    9    —    35

ALVA    18    14    12    11    —    55

Guymon - Portillo 19, Ochoa 7, Vega 7, Nash 2

Alva - Madsen 21, Hess 13, Johnson 9, Slater 6, Hooper 4, Ellis 2

PIONEER 64, CHISHOLM 54

PHS    13    11    15    25    —    64

CHS    16    4    8    26    —     54

Pioneer — Koontz 23, McNaughton 21, Williams 16, Cronkhite 4

Chisholm — Kiernan 20, Grieshober 18, Galusha 8, Rolfe 3, Cross 3, Ball 2

BLACKWELL 46, FAIRVIEW 38

FAIRVIEW    11    7    11    9    —    38

BLACKWELL    14    7    14    11    —    46

Fairview - McCue 13, Baldwin 8, Hunter 8, Fast 5, Kliewer 2, Dillard 2

Blackwell - Wachel 14, Hubbard 13, Shepard 8, Strahorn 4, Miller 4, Burtner 3

EHS BOYS BOX

Arvest/ConocoPhillips Invitational

at Bartlesville

BARTLESVILLE 49, ENID 43

Enid    15    9    12    7    —    43

B’Ville    11    13    13    12    —    49

Enid (0-10): Rogers 14; Majors 11; Porter 7; Moore 7; Edwards 4

B’Ville (3-5): Schumaker 23; Castillo 7; Bart 7; Bryant 4; Canner 4; Parker 3

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

Cherokee Tournament

CHEROKEE 31, BURLINGTON 27

Burlington    6    6    9    6    —    27

Cherokee    7    6    9    9    —    31

Burlington — Garvie 12, Smith 11, Vore 2, Armbruster 2

Cherokee — Unruh 15, Hawkins 8, Wright 6, Jantzen 2

KREM-HILLSDALE 51,

COV-DOUGLAS 29

C-D    10    4    7    8    —    29

K-H    17    7    14    13    —    51

Covington-Douglas — H. Kaiser 7, C. Kaiser 6, Parsons 5, Smith 3, Fleeson 2, May 2, H. Wicker 2, K. Wicker 2.

Kremlin-Hillsdale — Wasson 17, Davis 15, Harris 8, Voth 4, Wuerflein 2, Unruh 2, Mitchell 2, Gabriel 1

TIMBERLAKE 78, BUFFALO 40

Buffalo    5    8    19    8    —    40

Tlake    26    19    25    8    —    78

Buffalo — Cineros 2, Aguila 2, Sarabra 16, White 14, Arredonbo 6

Timberlake — Thompson 2, Bishard 9, Wilson 4, Fargo 2, Blewitt 6, Schlup 13, Parker 8, LeForce 2, Nickel 11, Adkisson 23

PC-HUNTER 98, ALINE-CLEO 16

A-C6    5    0    5        —    16

PC-H    34    23    25    16    —     98

Aline-Cleo — Edwards 4, Beckwith 7, Ferguson 2, Raver 3.

PC-Hunter — Jones 4, Halcomb 6, Davis 17, Peck 39, Fetters 6, Taylor 11, White 9, Howard 6



THREE RIVERS TOURNAMENT

OKARCHE 71, CRESCENT 4

OKARCHE    32    17    16    16    —    71

CRESCENT    0    2    0    2    —    4

Okarche - M. Vogt 18, K. Grellner 18, Hufnagel 10, Sellers 6, Friesen 4, Heupel 4, B. Vogt 4, M. Grellner 3, Owens 2

Crescent - Cronister 2, Heskett 2

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