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December 10, 2013

Local scores for 12-11-13

ENID, Okla. — EHS BASKETBALL

PACERS 53, WOODWARD 45

ENID    7    13    18    15    —    53

WW    9    10    12    14    —    45

Enid: Pierce: 18; Bay 10; Lee 9; Blasi 8; Enmeier 4; Vestal 3; Mueller 1

Woodward: Hurst 14; Pope 9; Garner 9; Covalt 8; Newbie 3; Gurnewall 2

WOODWARD 55, ENID 51

ENID    9    13    15    14    —    51

WW    20    13    10    12    —    55

Enid: Rogers 13; Moore 11; Finley 11; Kuhlma 5; Porter 5; Majors 4; Edwards 2

Woodward: Iliff 14; Roach 13; Ritchey 10; Owen 9; Hixon 4; Marlette 3; Ludwick 2

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

CHEROKEE 82, FREEDOM 28

Freedom    5    13    7    3    —    28

CHEROKEE    23    22    19    18    —    82

Freedom — Reed 8, Adams 9, Hoffman 4, Nixon 4, Bolin 2, Strehl 1.

Cherokee — Unruh 27, Wright 20, Schanbacher 13, Hawkins 9, Janzen 6, Clem 4, Davis 3.

ALVA 63, CHISHOLM 45

ALVA    24    15    13    11    —    63

CHISHOLM    9    10    8    18    —    45

Alva: Hobbs 17, L. Riley 15, Ritter 10, M. Shiever 7, Forell 7, Murrow 5, Randall 2

Chisholm: N. Middleton 12, Galusha 8, Gruber 6, A. Middleton 6, Petersen 5, McCary 5, R. Raynor 2, Broadbent 1

PIONEER 47, OBA 32

OBA    13    6    9    4    —    32

PIONEER    11    12    16    8    —    47

OBA — Price 4, Kelley 8, Cofin 10, Irwin 1, Atwood 9.

Pioneer — Woolsey 7, Mann 6, Koontz 10, Yearin 5, Vaughn 7, Roney 2, Simunek 10.

WAUKOMIS 48, DOVER 32

WHS    9    14    9    16    –    48

DOVER    5    16    5    6    —    32

Waukomis — Eck 18, Mack 10, Hess 8, McElroy 4, Myers 3, Condon 2, Mundell 2, Franklin 1.

Dover — Walker 16, Beck 8, Garrison 7, Hernandez 1.

BURLINGTON 53, S. BARBER 43

SB    7    12    10    14    —    43

BURLINGTON    12    18    13    10    —    53

Suth Barber — Clark 12, Denton 8, Hitchcock 8, Koboitz 7, Farney 6, Blick 2.

Burlington — Garvie 23, Smith 15, Stewart 6, Vore 5, Armbruster 4.



PC-Hunter Tournament

PC-HUNTER 64, MUL-ORLANDO 30

M-O    2    4    6    18    —    30

PC-H    16    21    19    8    —    64

M-O — Pfeiffer 14, Jerome 9, Seagroves 2, Blankenship 2.

PC -H — Halcomb 20, Jones 13, Peck 11, Davis 8, White 4, Howard 3, Anadahl 3, Taylor 2.

DCLA 33, KREM-HILLSDALE 31

DCLA    14    7    4    8    —    33

K-H    6    12    6    7    —    31

DCLA — McKee 5, Webster 4, Muegge 6, Blanton 6, Jeffries 12

Kremlin-Hillsdale — Wasson 16, Harris 4, Davis 9, Rundle 2

 GAYLE HAJNY INVITATIONAL

FAIRVIEW 66, FARGO 31

LOMEGA70, CIMARRON 35



PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

OBA 67, PIONEER 54

OBA    20    16    15    16    —    67

PIONEER    13    14    9    18    —    54

OBA — Roggow 20, Whitson 4, Volpe 2, Moore 4, Atwood 4, Eaton 21, White 12.

Pioneer — McNaughton 13, Gabriel 14, Koontz 27.

DOVER 82, WAUKOMIS 47

WHS    10    12    13    12    –    47

DOVER    21    12    23    26    –    82

Waukomis — Williams 9, Lovell 8, Henderson 6, Myers 5, Crites 4, Prince 4, Mullen 4, Lofton 4, Newman 3.

Dover — Randle 26, Womack 14, Obesco 11, Gomez 11, Pacheco 6, Green 6, Batt 4, Williams 2, Scheaffer 2

ALVA 76, CHISHOLM 58

ALVA    25    14    17    20    —    76

CHISHOLM    18    15    12    13    —    58

Alva: Hess 21, Madisen 20, Hooper 10, Johnson 9, Flynt 6, Ellis 6, Bozeman 2, Manning 2

Chisholm: Galusha 15, Kelly 13, Kiernan 11, Rolfe 7, Grebe 3, Griehober 3, Pasby 2, Gigoux 2, Snodgrass 2

DRUMMOND 60, MEDFORD 46

DRUMMOND    14    12    22    12    —    60

MEDFORD    14    6    17    9    —    46

Drummond: Kokojan 23, Rodenberg 4, Jantz 16, Jankey 9, Wilson 6

Medford: Herod 5, Webb 3, Banks 10, Koehn 2, States 4, Thompson 22

SOUTH BARBER 67, BURLINGTON 43

SB    18    11    23    15    –    67

BURLINGTON    11    6    13    13    –    43

South Barber — Reeves 19, Allison 15, Hitchcock 14, Roberts 8, Anderson 7, Hoch 2

Burlington — Ellerbeck 13, Stewart 12, Talbott 6, Ross 4, Armbruster 4, Rieger 4.

PC-Hunter Tournament

KREM-HILLSDALE 48,

COV-DOUGLAS 38

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