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March 9, 2013

Local scores for 3-10-13

ENID, Okla. — TATE TOURNAMENT

Class 2A Girls

Northeast 53, Alva 36

Class 2A Boys

Latta 58, Haworth 41

Class 3A Girls

Sulphur 42, Perkins-Tryon 34

Class 3A Boys

9:15 p.m. — Okemah vs. Millwood, late

Class 4A Girls

Fort Gibson 58, St. Mary’s 43

Class 4A Boys

Douglass 82, Roland 80

Class 5A Girls

Deer Creek Edmond 59. Shawnee 44

Class 5A Boys

Tulsa Memorial 59, McGuinness 42

Class 6A Girls

Tulsa Washington 52, Bixby 46

Class 6A Boys

 Midwest City vs. Edmond Memorial,late



Class 2A

Championship

at OKC

NORTHEAST ACADEMY 53, ALVA 36

ALVA    16    5    8    7    —    36

NORTHEAST    13    9    19    12    —    53

Alva — Hobbs 12, Riley 9, Forell 5, Shiever 5, Hadwiger 5

Northeast — Williams 21, Edwards 11, Akins 10, Coleman 9, Gonzalez 2

OSU WOMEN’S BOX

OSU 59, TEXAS TECH 54

OSU (59) — Donohue 4-8 4-4 `3, Young 4-11, 3-4 11, Suttles 7-14 2-2 16, Bias 1-7 0-0 4, Martin 6-15 2-2 14, Toben 0-1 0-0 0, Anderson 0-0 1-2 1, Jones 0-1 1-2 1. Totals 22-57 13-16 59.

TEXAS TECH (54) — Baker 7-18  3-8 17, Brown 0-9 4-4 4, Hyde 2-6 2-2 8, Morris 4-10 3-6 13, Smalls 3-6 1-3 7, Battle 0-0 0-0 0, Schneider 1-2 0-0 2, Patterson 1-2 1-2 3. Totals 18-53 13-21 54.

Halftime — OSU 24-19. 3-Point Baskets — OSU 2-4 (Donohue 1-2, Bias 1-2), Texas Tech 5-16 (Baker 0-1, Brown 0-3, Hyde 2-4, Morris 3-6, Smalls 0-2). Rebounds — OSU 40 (Young 18), Texas Tech 38 (Baker 14). Assists — OSU 11 (Bias 7), Texas Tech 8 (Brown 3), Turnovers — OSU 17, Texas Tech 21. Blocked shots — OSU 6 (Suttles 3), Texas Tech 3. Steals — OSU 16 (Martin 7), Texas Tech 12 (Brown, Hyde 4). Total fouls — OSU 16, Texas Tech 15. Fouled out — Hyde.

EHS BASEBALL

JENKS 12, ENID 0

ENID    000    00    —    0    1    2

JENKS    730    2x    —    12    7    0

WP =— Ward. LP - Jake Walker.  Jenks — Devin Johnson, 2-for-3, home run.

PREP BASEBALL

Christian Heritage 13, Hennessey 11

CH             201    360    1    —    13    16    4

Hennessey 360    200    0    —    11    15    4

WP — Hodge, LP — Fierro. CH — Hodge, 3-for-4, home run. HHS — Lott, 3-for-5, Dowell, 3-for-4; Semrad, 3-for-4. Hennessey, 1-4, will play at Perkins Monday.

GLENCOE 11, DRUMMOND 5

DRUMMOND    202    001    0    —5    9    3

GLENCOE    321    050    X    —11    9    0

WP — Ty Lazenby. LP — Kokojan. Drummond — Jacob Earl, 2-for-4, double and 3 RBI; Kokojan, double. Glencoe — Hall, Lazenby and Ash were all 2-for-3. Drummond, 0-4, will play at Fairview Tuesday.

Late Friday

Game 1:

Hennessey 5, Watonga 3

Game 2:

Union City 6, Watonga 1

Game 3:

Union City 6, Hennessey 4

PREP SOFTBALL

PIONEER 11, CIMARRON 2

PIONEER 11, KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 4

OBA TENNIS

OBA girls results at Seminole Tournament.

Molly Cannon, No. 2 single - def. by Rachel Hinchey, Edmond Memorial, 6-2, 6-34, def. Severinepodile, Okmulgee, 6-1, 6-3; 5th - won by default

Kelsey Glazier-Brooke Wayman, No. 1 doubles — def. Wallace-Beasley, Okmulgee, 6-1, 6-0; def. by Styl-Padgett, Henryetta, 6-4, 6-1; 3rd — def. Clark-Allison, Seminole, 6-4, 6-0.

Hannah Jackson-Madison Price, No. 2 doubles — def. Schumaker-Rifler, Seminole, 6-0, 6-0; def. Axtell-Dyer, Edmond Memorial, 6-1, 6-2. Championship — def. King-Nelson, Henryetta, 5-7, 6-3, 10-6

 

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