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January 8, 2013

Local scores for 1-09-13

ENID, Okla. — PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

Fairview 65 Watonga 27

WATONGA    11    6    3    7    —    27

FAIRVIEW    21    9    17    18    —    65

Watonga — Flynn 8, Roberts 6. Richey 5, Rolf 4, Jones 2, Schenk 2.

Fairview — Mason 16, Van Meter 15, Reese 9, Martens 7, Smith 6, Hutchinson 4, Tucker 3, Berlingeri 2, Schiska 2, Wedel 1.

DCLA 75, MEDFORD 38

MEDFORD    8    8    8    14    —    38

DCLA    23    19    12    21    —75

Medford — Cripe 15, Osborn 11, Quinlan 4, Perkins 2, Arthurs 2, Soper 2

DCLA — Blanton 20, Starr 17, Jeffries 10, Scott 9, McKee 8, Stacy 5, M. Muegge 4, K. Muegge 2

ALINE-CLEO 45, WAYNOKA 39

WAYNOKA     10    12    9    4    4    —    39

A-C                 9    6    14    6    10    –    45

Waynoka — C. Mattox 8, M. Mattox 6, Tyson 1, Hull 7, Wells 2, Rankin 13.

Aline-Cleo — Beckwith 15, Gahr 24, Tomlinson 4, Miller 2.

PIONEER 50, DOVER 32

DOVER    9    9    7    7    —    32

PIONEER    9    14    13    14    —    50

Dover — Walker 7, Johnson 7, Tucker 4, Smilee 4, Brewer 4, Beck 2, Rios 4.

Pioneer — Woolsey 5, Johnson 2, Flavell 12, Mann 7, Koontz 7, Vaughn 14, Simunek 3.

LOMEGA 69, KREM-HILLSDALE 41

LOMEGA    19    17    22    11    –    69

K-H    7    19    2    13    —41

Lomega — Scheer 2, Turner 2, Geis 3, Meier 1, LaGasse 22, Drake 2, Clayton 6, DeLeon 2, Glazier 6, Mendel 14, Duffy 9.

Kremlin -Hilsldale — Regier 6, Wuerflein 7, Gabriel 3, Blythe 4, Davis 7, Bench 4, Burris 5, Mitchell 5.

ALVA 49, BLACKWELL 27

BLACKWELL    2    5    10    10    -    27

ALVA    10    13    20    6    –    49

Blackwell — Arnold 13, Calderon 10, Simunek 2, Ashford 2.

Alva — Hobbs 18, Ritter 14, Ferrell 7, Hadwiger 4, Bryant 2, Sievers 2.

TIMBERLAKE 54, PC-HUNTER 43

TLAKE    8    9    17    20     —    54

PC-H    13    12    9    9    —43

Timberlake — Clift 14, Castle 13, Adkisson 10, Severin 8, Parker 6, LeForce 3.

Pond Creek-Hunter — Jones 13, Ferguson 13, McKee 9, Halcomb 8.

WAUKOMIS 72, CIMARRON 38

CIMARRON    11    10    10    7    —    38

WAUKOMIS    19    16    20    17    —    72

Cimarron: Theilen 16, McCartney 9, Lee 7, Marlett 4, Gardner 2

Waukomis: Harris 16, K. Mack 16, Perry 13, Eck 11, M. Mack 6, Metcalf 4, Kokojan 4, Jones 2

CHEROKEE 59, RINGWOOD 48

CHEROKEE    12    19    12    16    —    59

RINGWOOD    15    13    6    14    —    48

Cherokee — N. Unruh 24, Hawkins 19, J. Unruh 9, Schanbacher 4, Wright 3.

Ringwood — Schaffer 18, Folger 9, Johnson 7, Schmidt 6, Randolph 5, Lawless 2, Palmer 1.

MOORELAND 53, SHARN-MUTUAL 33

MOORELAND    12    11    14    16    —    53

S-M    9    4    9    11    —    33

Mooreland — Adams 2, Roper 10, Wilson 10, Myers 26, Stubbs 5.

Sharon-Mutual — Schmeling 3, Phillips 18, Cottom 3, Cooper 5, Long 4.

OKEENE 45, CANTON 38

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

FAIRVIEW 79, WATONGA 28

WATONGA    9    5    7    7    —    28

FAIRVIEW    15    17    28    19    —    79

Watonga — Pendleton 14, Reyes 5, O’Dell 4, Williams 3, White 2.

Fairview — Kippenberger 22, Nightengale 8, McCue 8, Fast 7, Christopher 8, Baldwin 6, Dillard 5, Cusack 4, Kahn 3, Jones 3, Schlotthauer 2, Kliewer 2, Smith 1.

RINGWOOD 56, CHEROKEE 45

CHEROKEE    6    17    12    10    —    45

RINGWOOD    8    9    15    21    –    56

Cherokee —DeWitt 21, Huckabee 11, Schanbacher 8, Argraves 3, McKinnon 2.

Ringwood — Barcenas 22, Swart 16, Aguilar 7, Navarro 5, R. Resendiz 4, Broomfield 2.

WAUKOMIS 60, CIMARRON 52

CIMARRON    15    19    6    12    —    52

WAUKOMIS    17    17    13    13    —    60

Cimarron: Seelke 19, Watkins 13, Hurst 9, Brackage 6, Tidings 5

Waukomis: Crites 21, Terrell 14, Lawson 12, Click 8, Howard 5

PIONEER 67, DOVER 27

DOVER    8    8    5    6    —    27

PIONEER    15    19    18    15—    67

Dover — Pacheco 2, Obesa 4, Gomez 2, Hernandez 4, Randle 8, Rogers 4, L. Albarado 3.

Pioneer — McNaughton 2, Lamunyon 7, Chain 3, Metcalf 3, Gabriel 23, Denker 14, Green 4, Koontz 11.

ALINE-CLEO 53, WAYNOKA 50

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