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December 13, 2012

Local scores for 12-14-12

Prep Boys Basketball

CRESCENT 68, PIONEER 57

PIONEER    14    13    4    26    —    57

CRESCENT    13    13    20    22    —    68

Pioneer: Denker 21, Gabriel 13, McNaughton 11, Lamunyon 10

Crescent: Moon 30, Heiden 12, Bennett 8, House 7, Johnson 5, Lacy 4, Stafford 2

Prep Boys Basketball

PIONEER 51, CRESCENT 42

PIONEER    9    13    18    11

CRESCENT    9    13    11    9

PIONEER: Woolsey 3, McVey 6, Johnson 5, Flavel 12, Mann 15, Koontz 4, Yerian 4, Vaughn 2

CRESCENT: McElfresh 12, Wever 6, Musil 5, Canton 8, Mains 11.

Prep basketball schedule

Friday’s Games

County — Aline-Cleo at Cimarron, Covington-Douglas at Dover, Garber at Crescent, Kingfisher at Chisholm, Kremlin-Hillsdale at DCLA, Lawton Eisenhower at Enid. Waukomis at Morrison

Area — Alva at Fairview, Binger-Oney at Watonga, Burlington at South Barber, Hennessey at Cashion, Laverne at Forgan, Lomega at Medford, Okarche at Amber-Pocasset, Seiling at Vici, Thomas Festival, Timberlake at Okeene, Waynoka at Freedom, Woodward at Elk City

 

Prep swim

EHS times

Girls

Team — Enid 77, Ponca City 77.

200 Medley Relay — 1. Hunter McEachern, Ashley Valdez, Whitney Livesay, Christie McMeans 2:08.86. 200 Free — 1. McEachern 2:21.63. 200 Individual Medley — 1. Valdez 2:37.69; 4. Makinzie Fisher 3:37.09. 50 Free — 1. McEachern 26.14; 2. Livesay 27.69 (new state cut); 3. McMeans 29.62. 100 Butterfly — 1. Livesay 1:07.46; 3. Fisher 1:58.04. 100 Free — 4. Keely Ford 1:12.97; 5. Hannah Esquibel 1:13.49. 200 Free Relay — 1. McEachern, Valdez, Livesay, McMeans 1:56.72;  3.  Destiny Turner, Makenzie Fisher, Keely Ford, Esquibel 2:13.74. 100 Back — 1. Valdez 1:16.82; Turner 1:22.51; 4. Esquibel 1:27.35. 100 Breast — 1. Erin Felber 1:22.54. 400 free relay — 3. Esquibel, Fisher, Felber, Turner 5:19.43.

Boys

Team — Ponca City 67, Enid 55

200 Free — 1. Michael Johnson 2:14.81. Boys 50 free — 3. Garrett Wallace 28.48; 5. Gerren Harding 34.33. 100 Butterfly — 1. Gabe Sanchez 1:02.81 (new state cut); 2. Charles Laws 1:16.34. 100 Free — 2. Michael Johnson 58.28; 4. Jeremy Swan 1:05.41; 5. Tanner Owings 1:10.22. 200 Free Relay — 2. Johnson, Wallacew, Laws, Sanchez 1:47.17. 100 Back — 1. Sanchez 1:01.99; 3. Jeremy Swan 1:20.45; 4. Owings 1:23.36. 100 Breast —  3. Charlie Laws 1:28.33; 4. Garrett Wallace 1:38.43. 400 Free Relay — 1. Sanchez, Swan, Laws, Johnson 4:32.54.

Prep wrestling

SAPULPA 54, ENID 15

106 — Gage Martin, S pinned Joseph D’Auteuil, 1:53

113 — Eston Jones, S won by forfeit

120 — Corey Jones, S pinned Troy Gray, 53 seconds

126 — Billy Grothe, E dec. Jake Wallace, 4-2

132 — Dillon Wood, S pinned Scott Phillips, 5:40

138 — Cambodia Peper, S maj. dec. Tony Salaido, 13-0

145 — Shea Conley, S tech fall John Choi, 17-2

152 — Keegan Clayton, E dec. Lantz Luper, 4-3

160 — Bob Daniels, S pinned Dolen Burrows, 4:36

170 — Braden Watkins, S maj. dec. Hunter Nixon,13-1

182 — Kristian Mendez, S tech fall Hank Schulz, 16-1

195 — Jacob Busby, S pinned Andy Reyes, 13 seconds

220 — Jake Scott, E dec. Tyren Lynch, 7-2

Hvy — Mason Dillard, E pinned Bull Durham, 1:35

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