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February 5, 2013

Local scores for 2-6-13

ENID — HS BASKETBALL

Girls

ENID 55, GUTHRIE 41

GUTHRIE    14    11    9    7    —    41

ENID    13    13    16    13    —    55

GUTHRIE: Murillo 21, Haynes 7, Chappell 6, Smedley 2, Jones 2, Robinson 2, Allison 1

ENID: Chelf 28, Lee 15, Enmeier 6, Wilkerson 4, Bay 2

Boys

GUTHRIE 55, ENID 44

GUTHRIE    19    10    10    16    —    55

ENID    7    18    10    9    —    44

GUTHRIE: Brown 13, McFadden 11, Warren 8, Baez 8, Curry 7, Nichols 4, Wilson 3

ENID: Baker 9, Austin 6, Banks 6, Majors 6, Finley 5, Jackson 4, D. Parker 3, Maud 2, K. Parker 2, Walker 1

OSU WOMEN’S BOX

No. 22 OKLAHOMA ST. 76, TCU 59

TCU (7-14) — Hamilton 0-3 0-0 0, Lovings 2-6 3-4 7, Cole 1-7 2-2 5,  Medley 1-7 0-1 3, Ventress 8-14 2-2 24, Williams 0-1 0-0 0,  Prince 0-1 0-0 0, Henson 2-2 0-0 4, Gross 5-8 1-2 13, Diaz 0-1 0-0 0,  Breaux 1-6 0-0 3, Colbert 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-56 8-11 59.

OKLAHOMA ST. (16-5) — Donohoe 2-5 0-0 5, Young 9-19 0-0 18, Suttles 6-10 0-0 13,  Bias 7-11 2-2 19, Martin 4-7 0-0 8, Toben 1-8 0-0 2, Keller 2-3 0-0 5,  Anderson 0-0 0-0 0, Jones 3-4 0-0 6. Totals 34-67 2-2 76.

Halftime—Oklahoma St. 44-24. 3-Point Goals—TCU 11-24 (Ventress 6-8,  Gross 2-4, Breaux 1-3, Medley 1-4, Cole 1-5), Oklahoma St. 6-17 (Bias  3-5, Keller 1-1, Suttles 1-2, Donohoe 1-4, Toben 0-5). Fouled Out—None.  Rebounds—TCU 27 (Lovings 6), Oklahoma St. 45 (Young 14). Assists—TCU 9  (Medley 5), Oklahoma St. 20 (Bias 8). Total Fouls—TCU 9, Oklahoma St.  12. A—2,198.



PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

OKEENE 58, DRUMMOND 29

Drummond    2    9    5    13    — 29

Okeene    16    20    16    6    —    58

Drummond — Armour 18, Miller 7, Perry 3, Singleton 1.

Okeene — Hafner 24, Parrish 11, Westfahl 7, Long 7, Nault 4, Howe 3, Osmus 2.

CALDWELL 60, MEDFORD 52

CALDWELL    18    11    14    17    —    60

MEDFORD    15    4    19    14    –    52

Caldwell — Isaacs 22, Rice 2, Ward 8, York 15, Scheck 1, Arnold 8, Smith 4.

Medford — Osborn 4, Perkins 4, Quinlan 13, Soper 2, Cripe 21, Arthurs 8.

WAUKOMIS 63 KREM-HILLSDALE 34

WAUKOMIS    20    24    7    12    –    63

K-H    1    4    11    18    –    34

Waukomis — Eck 6, Mack 7, Hess 2, Perry 15, K. Mack 15, Harris 8, Kokojan 7, Jones 2.

K-H — Bittle 3, Wuerflein 2, Gabriel 7, Davis 11, Bench 8, Voth 2, Burris 1.

ALVA 44, FAIRVIEW 33

FAIRVIEW    8    12    6    7    –    33

ALVA    15    6    9    14    –    44

Fairview — Martens 7, Reese 7, O. Mason 6, S. Mason 6, Smith 2, Hutchinson 2.

Alva — Riley 18, Hobbs 14, Forrell 5, Gordon 3, Ritter 2, Wallis 2.

SEILING 42, LEEDEY 38

LEEDEY    8    10    12    8    —    38

SEILING    9    13    9    11    —    42

Leedey: Penry 11, Collins 10, S. Harrel 7, J. Harrel 5, Haney 5

Seiling: Livingston 14, Marks 11, Tate 5, Johnson 4, Pethoud 3, Nelson 2, Martin 2

BURLINGTON 54, MOORELAND 38

BURLINGTON    12    18    7    17    –    54

MOORELAND    4    8    10    16    –    38

Burlington — Armbruster 1, S. Garvie 6, Ferrell 2, Rieger 32, Nall 6, K. Garvie 7.

Mooreland — Smith 3, Wilson 7, Myers 22, Stewart 6.

PC-HUNTER 54, OBA 30

PC-H    16    10    14    14    –    54

OBA    11    9    7    3    –    30

PC-Hunter — Jones 27, McKee 15, Ferguson 6, Davis 4, Halcomb 1, Howard 1.

OBA — Wayman 18, Zander 8, Coffin 4.

KINGFISHER 59, TUTTLE 39

TUTTLE    5    8    9    17    –    39

KINGFISHER    23    9    15    12    –    59

Tuttle— Jones 14, Creel 7, McAdoo 6, Griffen 6, Bradbary 3, Woodyard 3.

K— Meat 16, Layn 10, McAdam 9, Blehm 9, Matthews 6, Hyatt 4, Hightower 3, Boeckman 2.

DCLA 49, GARBER 41

GARBER    13    6    11    11    —    41

DCLA    16    9    12    12    —    49

Garber: Bolin 12, Leathers 10, Pralle 8, Terry 4, Garrett 4, Collins 3

DCLA: Starr 19, Blanton 8, Scott 8, Jefrrey 7, K. Muegge 5, M. Muegge 2

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