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November 27, 2012

Local scores for 11-28-12

NOC ENID

WOMEN

NOC ENID 56, NEO 52

NEO    21    31    —    52

NOC ENID    26    30    —    56

NEO — Fernandez 14, Schieber 10, Annick 9, Gray 6, Burns 5, Clark 2, Williams 2, Chadd 2, Frazier 2

NOC Enid — Beasler 16, Eaton 13, Bates 8, Sullivan 7, Swanson 6, Hough 5, Schumpert 2.

MEN

NOC ENID 79, NEO 56

NEO    32    24    —    56

NOC ENID    36    43    —    79

NEO — Ali 12, Santos 11, Powell 6, Isla 6, Williams 5, Roach 4, Dawson 4, Claxton 3, Clemens 3, Newberry 1, Thomas 1

NOC Enid — Espinoza 17, Dudley 15, Qualls 15, Brooks 11, Brown 10,  Farmer 9, Lewis 2.

Girls prep basketball

GARBER 71, DRUMMOND 31

DRUMMOND     2    7    9    13        31

GARBER     17    19    16    19        71

Drummond: Swart 8, Morrison 7, Armour 5, Perry 3, Singleton 2, Miller 2, Bonniksen 2, Cutruzzula 2

Garber: Bolin 17, Terry 12, Pralle 11, Leathers 10, Collins 7, Garrett 6, Brannen 4, Beebe 2, Oller 2

BURLINGTON 64, ALINE-CLEO 22

A-C    4    3    11    4     –    22

BURLINGTON    20    29    5    10    –    64

A-C: Beckwith 9, Gahr 8, Davidson 2, Gregory 2, Tomlinson 1

Burlington: Rieger 15, K. Garvie 12, S. Garvie 8, Vore 7, Armbruster 4, James 4, S. Nall 6, J. Ferrell 2, Je. Ferrell 2, M. Nall 2, Stewart 2

RINGWOOD 53, KREMLIN-HILLS. 45

K-H    11    13    8    13        45

RINGWOOD    14    9    14    16        53

K-H: Gabriel 12, Davis 9, Bittle 8, Regier 6, Wuerflein 5, Both 4, Mitchell 1

Ringwood: Johnson 17, Randolph 9, Farrand 8, Shaffer 6, Wallace 5, Folger 5, Schmidt 2, Palmer 1

FRONTIER 73, OBA 26

FRONTIER    21    20    19    13    –    73

OBA    8    8    2    8    –    26

Frontier: Nelson 8, Ingmire 4, Buntt 7, Goodman 31, Tappan 15, Gum 6, Williams 2

OBA: Watkins 3, Wayman 12, Price 2, Coffin 2, Irwin 2, Atwood 4, Payne 1

TIMBERLAKE 64, WAUKOMIS 62 , 2OT

TIMBERLAKE  15  17      8  13      7  5    –       64

WAUKOMIS     17  17  4      15      7    12            62

Timberlake: Severin 16, LaForce 11, Parker 10, Atkisson 10, Castle 10, Clift 7

Waukomis: Perry 16, Mack 16, Harris 15, Kokojan 10, Jones 3, Eck 2

PIEDMONT 63, WOODWARD 37

Boys prep basketball

CIMARRON 74, WAYNOKA 32

WAYNOKA    3    6    10    13        32

CIMARRON    23    16    26    10        74

Waynoka: Meriwether 23, Baird 3, Barr 3, Henderliter 2, Goucher 1

Cimarron: Watkins 19, Williams 16, Seelke 9, Tydings 8, Bergdall 6, Brakage 5, Birchfield 4, Hurst 3, Snethen 2, Ramey 2

BURLINGTON 108, ALINE-CLEO 46

A-C    8    5    24    9    –    46

BURLINGTON    31    28    27    22    –    108

A-C: Stokes 19, Sweeney 11, Robinson 9, N. Dobbs 3, Wallace 2, Lefta 2

Burlington: Stewart 29, Ellerbeck 26, Gosselin 21, Newlin 15, Talbott 8, Flackman 7, Ross 2

DRUMMOND 51, GARBER 49

DRUMMOND    14    10    10    17    –    51

GARBER    8    21    11    9    –    49

Drummond: Kokojan 22, Wilson 13, Janke 10, Rodenberg 2, Welch 2, Mack 2

Garber: Swaim 11, Hunt 10, Killman 10, Vandiver 10, Newton 4, Bowlin 2, McCleave 2

RINGWOOD 49, KREMLIN-HILLS. 17

K-H    0    2    9    6        17

RINGWOOD    13    12    14    10        49

K-H: Sweetwood 5, Both 4, Pearce 3, Olmstead 3, Bittle 2

Ringwood: Aguilar 12, Broomfield 10, R. Resendiz 8, Bartenas 7, Swart 6, Patton 2, Schmidt 2, Gomez 2

OBA 49, FRONTIER 40

FRONTIER    12    6    5        17 –    40

OBA    8    11    12        18 –    49

Frontier: Talon 9, Tristan 5, Childs 5, Armstrong 3, Ratliff 12, Norman 6

OBA: Whitson 4, Roberts 4, Atwood 22, Chance 9, Watts 10

WAUKOMIS 55, TIMBERLAKE 40

TIMBERLAKE    8    9    8    15    –    40

WAUKOMIS    13    21    12    9    –    55

Timerblake: Seaman 15, Henderson 6, Dungan 5, Buller 5, Nichols 4, Fishback 3, Robinson 2

Waukomis: Click 26, Terrell 9, Harrington 7, Crites 5, Howard 4, Myers 3

PIEDMONT55, WOODWARD 47

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