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February 1, 2013

Local scores for 2-02-13

ENID, Okla. — PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

PC-HUNTER 89, DRUMMOND 31

DRUMMOND    6    8    13    4    —    31

PC-H    32    24    14    19    —    89

Drummond — Armour 13, Morrison 12, Perry 4, Singleton 2.

PC-H -McKee 30, Jones 14, Barr 14. Taylor 10. Davis 8, Halcomb 7, Ferguson 6.

MOORELAND 56, RINGWOOD 22

RINGWOOD    3    4    3    12    –    22

MOORELAND    18    8    13    17    -    56

Ringwood — Folger 7, Schmidt 4, Randolph 3, Farrand 3, Palmer 1, Schaffer 4.

Mooreland — Gregory 3, Smith 10, Adams 8, Roper 4, Wilson 10, Myers 9, Kinney 6, Stubbs 6.

TIMBERLAKE 52, BURLINGTON 45

BURLINGTON    18    6    11    10    —    45

TLAKE    23    12    7    10    —    52

Burlington — Rieger 17, S. Garvie 14, Nall 7, K. Garvie 5, M. Nall 2.

Timberlake — Castle 16, Severin 12, Adkisson 11, Parker 7, Clift 4, LeForce 2.

KREM-HILLSDALE 49, CIMARRON 41

CIMARRON    4    18    13    6    –    41

K-H    10    13    11    15    —    49

Cimarron — Lee 10, Poague 7, Theilen 8, McCartney 10, Gardner 2, Kolb 4.

Kremlin — Bittle 2, Regier 6, Wuerflein 7, Gabriel 4, Davis 17, Voth 5, Mitchell 8

SHIDLER 51, MEDFORD 44

SHIDLER    13    9    13    16    —    51

MEDFORD    8    17    10    9    —    44

Shidler — Brave 8, Hall 16, Wilkinson 3, Holland 1, Brown 20, Haskell 3.

Medford — Osborn 6, Arthurs 10, Quinlan 8, Cripe 18, Adams 2

DCLA 60, LOMEGA 51

DCLA    14    20    10    16    –    60

LOMEGA    10    15    18    8    –    51

DCLA — Starr 22, Blanton 14, M. Muegge 10, Jeffries 8, Scott 6.

Lomega — Turner 15, LaGasse 15, Mendel 10, Duffy 5, Drake 4, Geis 2.

ALVA 48, CHISHOLM 38

ALVA    7    13    16    12    —    48

CHISHOLM    5    6    13    14    —    38

ALVA: Hobbs 13, Riley 11, Gordon 10, Forell 9, Ritter 3, Shiever 2

CHISHOLM: Galusha 19, N. Middleton 9, Gruber 7, Mirelez 2, A. Middleton 1

KINGFISHER 57, HENNESSEY 54 (OT)

KINGFISHER 12    13    13    12    7    -    57

HENNESSEY 14    14    9    13    4    –    54

Kingfisher — Blehm 18, Meat 15, McAdam 7, Layn 7, Matthews 5, Boeckman 3, York 2.

Hennesey — Johnson 15, Copeland 12, Thompson 10, Holder 7, Duell 4, Fuksa 2, Barnett 2, Armenta 2.

WAUKOMIS 60, PIONEER 32

PIONEER    6    10    11    5    —    32

WAUKOMIS    10    16    21    13    —    60

Pioneer: Flavell 10, Coontz 8, Mann 7, Yerian 3

Waukomis: Harris 18, K. Mack 16, Kokojan 13, Perry 8, Jones 3, M. Mack 2

FAIRVIEW 56, OBA 22

OBA    2    4    8    8    —    22    

FAIRVIEW    19    17    6    14    —    56

OBA: Cossin 7, Zander 5, Potter 3, Wayman 3, Shreve 2, Fayne 2

Fairview: O. Mason 16, Martins 11, S. Mason 6, Reese 4, Van Meter 4, Hutchison 4, Heinrichs 3, Sharp 2, Smith 2, Tucker 2, Berlinger 2

GARBER 59, COV-DOUGLAS 47

GARBER    14    16    17    12    —    59

C-D    11    12    14    10    — 47

Garber: Leathers 20, Pralle 12, Terry 12, Bolin 7, Collins 6, Powell

C-D: H. Kaiser 16, C. Kaiser 14, Parsons 8, Anglemyer 5, B. Kaiser 2, Wicker 2

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

PIONEER 73, WAUKOMIS 34

PIONEER    16    24    17    16    —    73

WAUKOMIS    9    5    13    7    —    34

Pioneer: Gabriel 21, Koontz 17, McNaughton 7, Denker 7, Metcalf 6, Lamunyon 6, Hammock 5, Chain 2

Waukomis: Crites 9, Howard 8, Click 5, Terrell 4, Lawson 3. Newman 2, Harrington 2, Prince 1,

HENNESSEY 47, KINGFISHER 43

KINGFISHER    12    7    7    17    —    43

HENNESSEY    14    6    13    14    —    47

Kingfisher — Sternberger 17, Ely 9, McClellan 8, Blair 3, Hendrix 3, Jackson 1.

Hennessey — Pina 18, Fipps 13, Kroll 12, Cline 2, Dowell 2.



MOORELAND 57, RINGWOOD 40

RINGWOOD    9    7    16    8    –    40

MOORELAND    21    14    9    13    –    57

Ringwood — Moehle 6, Schroeder 1, Resendiz 6, Barcenas 10, Swart 12, Aguilar 5.

Mooreland — Murray 2, Peach 29, Hensley 2, Sverkovsky 14, Miller 4, Verella 2, Hepner 4.

PC-HUNTER 61, DRUMMOND 53

DRUMMOND    6    11    17    19    –    53

PC-H    18    11    14    18    –    61

Drummond — Kokojan 14, Wilson 16, Welch 6, Jankey 17.

PC-Hunter — Lorenz 3, TJ Krittenbrink 20, Semrad 9, Irvin 2, Rayner 2, B. Krittenbrink 7, Styles 16, Gallatin 2.

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