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January 14, 2014

Local scores for 1-15-14

ENID, Okla. — EHS BASKETBALL

Girls

ENID 53, STILLWATER 34

ENID    21    8    12    10    —    53

STILLWATER    11    2    12    9    —    34

Enid — Pierce 12, Lee 11, Bay 10, Enmeier 8, Mueller 6, Blasi 4, Vestal 2.

Stillwater — Fix 14, Steppnisch 5, Lawson 4, Worthy 4, Green 4, Taylor 2

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

TIMBERLAKE 74, DRUMMOND 27

DHS    11    1    11    4    –    27

TLAKE    26    23    15    10    —    74

Drummond — Shiplett 7, Morrison 5, Cutruzzula 5, Shell 4,Messal 2, Wagner 2, Perry 2.

Timberlake — Adkisson 20, Thompson 13, Schlup 7, Wilson 9, LeForce 7, Nickel 5, Bishard 4, Blewitt 3, Dungan 2

ALVA 53, NEWKIRK 32

NEWKIRK    4    6    6    16    –    32

ALVA    16    13    10    14    —    53

Newkirk — Wilson 2, Kendall Pulley 8, McKenna Pulley 10, Barton 1, Waters 9, Smith 2

Alva — Ritter 9, Forell 5, Riley 6, Shiever 5, Hobbs 10, Burrow 2, Randall 16

PIONEER 46, COV-DOUGLAS 43

PIONEER    9    7    14    16    —    46

C-D    5    14    6    18    —    43

Pioneer — Woolsey 13, Yearin 7, Vaughn 9, Mann 5, Koontz 4, Schneider 2, Stone 2, Roney 2

Covington-Douglas — Parsons 14, H. Kaiser 12, M. Wicker 7, Navratril 6, C. Kaiser 4

BURLINGTON 58, RINGWOOD 28

BURLINGTON    20    14    14    10    —    58

RINGWOOD    10    8    6    4    —    28

Burlington — Garvie 27, Vore 14, Smith 13, Armbruster 2, Stewart 2

Ringwood — Randolph 10, Johnson 5, Palmer 5, Rhodes 2, Mueller 2, Farrand 2, Anderson 2

GARBER 44, CIMARRON 40

Cimarron    13    11    6    10    -    40

Garber    13    9    11    11    -    44

Cimarron (4-6): Lee 16; Jones 3; Poage 5; McCartney 8; Gardner 2; Courson 2; Logan 2; Kolb 2

Garber (6-8): Garrett 10; Schovanek 12; D. Weedle 6; Oller 2; Beebe 4; Nagel 8; Brannen 2

PC-HUNTER 74, WAUKOMIS 31

Waukomis    2    8    11    10    -    31

PC-Hunter    33    21    10    10    -    74

Waukomis (2-12): Franklin 6; Eck 7; Metcalfe 7; Felber 2; McElroy 3; Congdon 2; Myers 2; Mundell 2

PC-Hunter (10-0): Peck 24; Holcombe 11; Davis 8; Jones 7; Taylor 7; White 6; Stinson 4; Aandahl 3; Howard 2; Fetters 2

OKEENE 56, CRESCENT 26

Crescent    5    3    8    10    -    26

Okeene    26    10    8    12    -    56

Crescent (2-9): Johnson 7; Cronister 5; Heskett 5; Tilley 4: Reno 3; Harris 2

Okeene (8-5): Haffner 14; Westfahl 11; Lozer 8; Long 8; Lorenz 6; Sublette 2; Hicks 2; Dunn 2; J. Lorenz 2; Alvarado 1

FAIRVIEW 51, SEILING 49 (2OT)

Seiling        14  5    14    6    4    4    -    49

Fairview      10  9    11    9    4    6    -    51

Seiling (10-3): Hedrick 14; Templin 12; Pethoud 10; Marks 6; Livingston 4; Pethoud 3

Fairview (11-1): Reese 20; Mason 14; Hutchison 12; Cell 3; Boyer 2

LOMEGA 89 DOVER 39

Lomega    27    17    22    23    -    89

Dover    5    10    18    6    -    39

Lomega: T. Mendall 22; M. Mendall 14; K. Barton 11; Duffy 8; Petty 8; Meyer 6; Yost 6; Turner 5; Drake 4; Glazier 3; S. Yost 2

Dover: Beck 10; Garrison 8; Walker 8; Batt 6; Robertson 5; Kulwartin 2

KINGFISHER 55, PERKINS 50

Perkins    14    9    8    19    -    50

Kingfisher    16    10    12    17    -    55

Perkins: Adkison 29; Wensler 7; Shinault 5; Craycraft 4; Hall 3; Hughes 2

Kingfisher (3-3): Matthews 14; Hightower 10; Layn 9; Boeckman 7; Mueggenborg 7; York 5; Hyatt 3

CASHION 55,

CROSSINGS CHRISTIAN 47

CASHION     5    14    20    16    —    55

CROSSINGS    11    15    5    16    —    47

Cashion: Broadbent 2, Robinson 17, Crow 4, Reasnor 1, Jenkins 2, Mires 18, Christensen 4, Smith 7

Crossings: Johnson 12, Rinehart 6, Sauer 12, Ashworth 9, Davidson 2, K. Mires 6

Morrison 55, Hennessey 47

Okarche 74, Minco 30

Weatherford 65, Woodward 36

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

PIONEER 76, COV-DOUGLAS 38

PIONEER    22    22    15    17    —    76

C-D    13    8    11    6    —    38

Pioneer — Koontz 25, McNaughton 16, Gabriel 14, Cronkhite 6, Metcalf 5, Hammack 3, Parker 2, Payne 2, Rauh 2, Williams 1

Covington-Douglas — Maxwell 9, Harak 8, Reim 6, Nunley 5, Hamlett 5, Daugherty 5

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