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January 18, 2013

Local scores for 1-19-13

ENID, Okla. — EHS BASKETBALL

GIRLS

ENID 58, PONCA CITY 40

ENID     17    16    12    13    —    58

PONCA CITY    8    10    13    9    —    40

ENID: Chelf 14, Bay 13, Lee 11, Enmeier 10, Pierce 8, Shelley Mueller 2

PONCA CITY: Dunn 18, Hull 8, Allen 6, Wardlow 4, Kramer 2

BOYS

PONCA CITY 59, ENID 58

ENID    12    14    17    15    —    58

PONCA CITY    11    21    15    12    —    59    

ENID: Austin 17, D. Parker 10, Baker 9, Jackson 6, Banks 5, Moore 4, Maud 4, K. Parker 2

PONCA CITY: Shook 18, Nanni 12, Hibler 12, Nimmo 8, A. Stuemky 4, C. Stuemky 3, Didlake 2,

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

FAIRVIEW 57, CHISHOLM 37

CHISHOLM    12    9    5    11    -    37

FAIRVIEW    15    11    15    16    -    57

Chisholm — Galusha 13, Gruber 9, McCary 5, Rayner 4, Middleton 2, Ford 2, Mirelez 2.

Fairview — Van Meter 23, Mason 12, Reese 8, Martens 8, Smith 2, Carrell 2, Hutchinson 2.

KINGFISHER 58, RIVERSIDE 42

RIVERSIDE    6    15    7    14    —    42

KINGFISHER    11    15    11    21    —    58

Riverside: Eddie 4, Switchwater 6, Willis 4, Whiteford 8, Warner 11, Molette 4, Augustine 5

Kingfisher: Meat 8, Matthews 8, McAdams 23, York 2, Mitchell 2, Boeckman 2, Hightower 2, Layn 9, Blehn 2

RINGWOOD 58, ALINE-CLEO 47

RINGWOOD    13    19    13    13    –    58

A-C    11    5    11    20    –    47

Ringwood — Johnson 16, Wallace 1, Folger 7, Schmidt 13, Randolph 4, Palmer 7, Schaffer 10.

Aline-Cleo — C. Gahr 2, Beckwith 18, W. Gahr 19, Moore 6, Miller 2.

COV-DOUGLAS 49, CIMARRON 32

CIMARRON    11    6    8    7    –    32

C-D    6    17    9    17    — 49

Cimarron — McCartney 13, Lee 12, Theilen 6, Marlatt 1.

Covington-Douglas — C. Kaiser 17, H. Kaiser 11, Parsons 11, Anglemeyer 6, Wicker 2, B. Kaiser 2



MOORELAND 50, OBA 31

OBA    1    17    5    8    –    31

MOORELAND    15    7    13    15        - 50

OBA —  Wayman 9, Zander 14, Price 4, Coffin 3, Anderson 1.

Mooreland — Smith 2, Adams 2, Roper 4, Wilson 12, Myers 23, Stewart 2, Stubbs 5.

TIMBERLAKE 54, DCLA 42

TLAKE    10    19    15    10    –    54

DCLA    12    11    6    13    –    42

Timberlake — Clift 13, Parker 11, Castle 11, Severin 10, LeForce 6, Adkisson 3.

DCLA – Blanton 18, Jeffries 10, M. Muegge 8, K. Muegge 3, Golay 3.



HENNESSEY 71, OKEENE 36

OKEENE    3    13    13    7    –    36

HENNESSEY    20    14    22    15    -     71

Okeene — Westfahl 7, Long 6, Lorenz 6, Parrish 6, Haffner 4, Sublett 4, Hone 3.

Hennessey — Holder 17, Johnson 14, Copeland 12, Reeves 8, Duell 7, Armenta 6, Barnett 5, Thompson 2.

GARBER 63, WAUKOMIS 55

WAUKOMIS    12    7    25    11    –    55

GARBER    6    17    21    19    —    63

Waukomis — Eck 8, Perry 15, Mack 7, Harris 13, Kokojan 12.

Garber — Pralle 17, Bolin 7, Terry 14, Leathers 13, Garrett 10, Collins 2

PC-HUNTER 56, PIONEER 37

PC-HUNTER    20    12    12    12    —    56

PIONEER    7    6    15    9    —    37

PC-H: Davis 8, Holcomb 4, McKee 10, Taylor 1, Jones 23, Ferguson 10

Pioneer: Wolsey 3, Johnson 8, Flavell 5, Mann 13, Koontz 2, Simunek 6

BURLINGTON 68, MEDFORD 39

BURLINGTON    21    17    26    4    –    68

MEDFORD    11    11    9    8    –    39

Burlington — Armbruster 2, Vore 2,  S. Garvie 14, Rieger 33, James 2, K. Garvie 15

Medford — Perkins 4, Quinlan 4, Soper 3, Cripe 12, Arthurs 12, Kilian 4.

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

FAIRVIEW 46, CHISHOLM 31

CHISHOLM    4    5    10    12    —    31

FAIRVIEW    10    9    12    15    —    46

Chisholm — Kiernan 12, Weber 8, Grieshober 3, Rolfe 2, Lang 2, Ball 2, Snodgrass 2.

Fairview — Baldwin 16, Christopher 9, Kippenberger 7, Fast 5, McCue 4, Nightengale 3, Cusack 2.

PC-HUNTER 72, PIONEER 70, OT

PC-HUNTER    11    16    21    17    7    —    72

PIONEER        15    18    13    19    5    —    70

PC-H: T.J. Krittenbrink 12, Irvin 6, Rayner 6, Peck 16, B. Krittenbrink 6, Grimes 7, Styles 19

Pioneer: McNaughton 8, Lamunyon 4, Gabriel 20,  Denker 17, Koontz 21

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