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January 29, 2013

Local scores for 1-30-13

ENID, Okla. — HS BASKETBALL

GIRLS

ENID 56, WOODWARD 32

WOODWARD    7    12    10    3    —    32

ENID    21    4    16    15    —    56

Woodward: Bell 11, Bates 8, Hurst 7, Pope 4, Covalt 2

Enid: Chelf 24, Lee 14, Bay 8, Enmeier 8, Shelley Mueller 2

BOYS

ENID 54, WOODWARD 33

WOODWARD    13    5    7    8    —    33

ENID    18    8    13    15    —    54

WOODWARD: Illif 11, Richey 7, Roach 6, Collier 5, Floyd 3, Kline 1

ENID: Austin 17, Majors 8, Walker 6, Maud 5, Baker 5, D. Parker 5, Banks 3, K. Parker 2, Finley 2, Jackson 1



PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

PC-HUNTER 52, GARBER 41

Garber    11    15    6    9    –    41

PC-H    16    12    14    10    -    52

G — Leathers 9, Terry 8, Bolin 8, Pralle 8, Garrett 6, Powell 2.

PC - Jones 26, McKee 9, Ferguson 7, Davis 6, Taylor 4.

Pond Creek-Hunter clinches the Skeltur championship with the win.

CHISHOLM 54, BLACKWELL 34

CHISHOLM    12    18    15    9    —    54

BLACKWELL    12    14    4    4    —    34

Chisholm: Galusha 21, Mirelez 10, N. Middleton 9, McCary 5, Gruber 4, A. Middleton 3, Raynor 2

Blackwell: Calderon 13, Arnold 8, Simunek 6, Lucas 3, Wagnon 2, Ashford 2    

PIONEER 65, CIMARRON 23

PIONEER    14    18    11    22    –    65

CIMARRON    4    4    11    4    —    23

Pioneer — Woolsey 7, Johnson 12, Flavell 8, Mann 8, Stone 2, Koontz 3, Yearin 5, Vaughn 4, Roney 6, Simunek 10.

Cimarron — Lee 8, Poague 1, Theilen 6, McCartney 3, Gardner 5.



MOORELAND 43, SEILING 36

SEILING    7    7    10    12    –    36

MOORELAND    9    10    7    17    —    43

Seiling — Tate 23, Livingston 4, Johnson 4, Martin 5.

Mooreland — Smith 4, Roper 2, Wilson 9, Myers 15, Kinney 4, Stubbs 9.

TIMBERLAKE 67, MEDFORD 33

MEDFORD    11    6    7    9    –33

TLAKE    25    14    11    17    –67

Medford — Cripe 17, Osborn 4, Quinlan 4, Soper 4, Perkins 2, Arthurs 2.

Timberlake — Clift 14, LeForce 13, Severin 13, Parker 11, Adkisson 5, Bishard 5, Wilson 2, Schlup 2, Nickel 2.

ALVA 59, WATONGA 39

WATONGA    0    11    11    17    —    39

ALVA    14    9    22    14    –    59

Watonga — Ross 10, Roberts 8, Schenk 8, Schwind 3, Schwind 3, Jones 3, Shannon 2, Richey 2.

Alva — Hobbs 12, Riley 8, Ritter 8, Ferrell 7, Shiever 7, Wallis 6, Seevers 5, Bryant 3, Murrow 2, Gordon 1.

CHEROKEE 40, KREM-HILLSDALE 31

CHEROKEE    11    7    10    12    –    40

K-H    10    9    4    8    –    31

Cherokee — Hawkins 7, Schanbacher 6, J. Unruh 5, N. Unruh 22.

Kremlin-Hilsdale— Bittle 4, Regier 2, Wuerflein 2, Gabriel 5, Davis 12, Voth 5, Mitchell 1.

LOMEGA 84, RINGWOOD 37

RINGWOOD    8    9    9    11    —    37

LOMEGA    36    18    20    10    —    84

Ringwood: Johnson 19, Folger 4, Schafer 4, Randolph 3, Palmer 2, Dietrich 2, Hayes 2, Wallace 1

Lomega: LaGasse 14, Duffy 13, Drake 8, Geis 8, Biggs 8, Turner 7, Meier 6, Mendell 6, Glazier 5, DeLeon 5, Jones 2, Sheer 2

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

PC-HUNTER 54, GARBER 46

GARBER    12    9    13    12    —    46

PC-H    12    14    12    16    –    54

Garber —Swaim 5, Avants 4, Hunt 17, Bowlin 2, Killman 8, Vandiver 6, Newton 4.

PC — T.J. Krittenbrink 12, Irvin 2, Peck 6, Brady Krittenbrink 11, Grimes 3, Styles 8, Gallatin 12.

ALVA 65, WATONGA 42

WATONGA    15    10    9    8    –    42

ALVA    14    14    20    17    –    65

Watonga — Williams 6, Pendleton 6, Lafferty 2, Johnson 14, Hartfield 9, O’Dell 2, Reyes 3.

Alva — Johnson 15, Hess 9, Madsen 13, Ferrell 12, Martin 2, Pfleider 14.

MEDFORD 53, TIMBERLAKE 40

MEDFORD    14    6    22    9    –    53

TLAKE    9    8    12    11    –    40

Medford — Misak 18, Kilian 18, Thompson 7, Webb 5, States 2, Banks 1

Timberlake — Buller 21, Henderson 7, Dunigan 7, Fishback 5.

CHEROKEE 56, KREM-HILLSDALE 32

CHEROKEE    17    6    14    19    —    56

K-H    10    4    8    10    —    32

Cherokee: Schanbacher 6, Argraves 11, Bowman 2, DeWitt 12, Castro 4, Huckabee 18, McKinnon 3

Kremlin: Lizar 8, Pierce 3, Stubblefield 9, Bittle 8, Pekrul 2, Bonine 2

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