The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


February 7, 2013

Local scores for 2-8-13




NOC ENID    34        36 —    70

NOC TONKAWA    26          28    —    54

NOC Enid — Chelsea Bates 19, Marisha Wallace 13, Regan Crowl 12, Christa Beasler 10, Kati Sullivan 6, Shannon Hough 6, Rani Melvin 4

NOC Tonkawa — Sharon Karungi 16, Deborah Means 8, Tiffany Young 6, Mary Means 6, Bailey McBride 5, Kristine Krucane 4, Ana Cruz 4, Isidora Madzarevic 3, Kristin Canady 2.



ENID    25    29    —    54

TONKAWA    31    27    —    58

NOC Enid — Dalen Qualls 18, Jeremy Espinoza 17, Connor Brooks 7, Andres Bigum 6, Rex Farmer 4, Philip Brown 2

NOC Tonkawa — Cortez Colbert 16, Phillip Leonard 14,  Colin Voss 13, John Cooksey 6, Cortrael Colbert 4, T.J. Thornton 4, C.J. Rodriguez


Cherokee Strip


Burlington        6-1

DCLA        6-1

Lomega        5-2

Timberlake        5-2

Medford        3-4

Cherokee        2-5

Ringwood        1-6

Kremlin-Hillsdale    0-7


Burlington        6-1

Cherokee        5-2

DCLA        5-2

Lomega        4-3

Ringwood         4-3

Medford        3-4

Timberlake        1-6

Kremlin-Hillsdale    0-7

89er Conference


Alva        6-0

Fairview        3-2

Chisholm        2-4

Blackwell        0-5


Alva        5-1

Blackwell        4-1

Fairview        2-3

Chisholm        0-6



Timberlake        7-0

Burlington        6-1

Mooreland        5-2

Cherokee        4-3

Ringwood        3-4

Cimarron        2-5

Waynoka        1-6

Aline-Cleo        0-7


Cherokee        6-1

Burlington        5-2

Cimarron        5-2

Mooreland        5-2

Ringwood        4-3

Timberlake        2-5

Waynoka        1-6

Aline-Cleo        0-7



Pond Creek-Hunter    7-0

Pioneer        5-2

Garber        5-2

Waukomis        5-2

Dover        3-4

Covington-Douglas    2-5

Drummond        1-6

Cimarron        0-7


Pond Creek-Hunter    6-1

Drummond        5-2

Garber        5-2

Pioneer        5-2

Covington-Douglas    2-5

Cimarron        2-5

Waukomis        2-5

Dover         1-6

Three Rivers


Okarche        6-0

Thomas        5-1

Hennessey    4-2

Thomas        5-1

Cashion        2-4

Okeene        2-4

Watonga        2-4

Crescent        0-6


Crescent        5-1

Thomas        4-2

Okarche        4-2

Hennessey    3-3

Okeene        3-3

Watonga        1-5

Cashion        1-5

Friday’s games

County — Chisholm at Watonga, OBA at Morrison, Pioneer at Alva

Area — Elgin at Woodward, Hennessey at Yale, Mooreland at Fairview, Riverside at Kingfisher, Tonkawa at Crescent


All girls games tip off at 6:30; boys, 8. Finals are Saturday.

Class A

Area I

At Cherokee — Girls, Medford vs. Cherokee; winner vs. Seiling. Boys, Cherokee vs. Medford, winner vs. Seiling.

At Laverne — Laverne vs. Waukomis, Sat.

At Okarche — Girls, Ringwood vs. Kremlin-Hillsdale; winner vs. Okarche. Boys, Ringwood vs. Kremlin-Hillsdale; winner vs. Okarche.

At Cashion — Girls, Oklahoma Christian Academy vs. Cimarron; winner vs. Cashion. Boys, Cashion vs. Oklahoma Christian Academy; winner vs. Cimarron.

At Garber — Girls, Canton vs. Okeene; winner vs. Garber. Boys, Canton vs. Okeene; winner vs. Garber.

Area III

At  Pond Creek-Hunter — Girls, Barnsdall vs. Woodland; winner vs. Pond Creek-Hunter. Boys, Barnsdall vs. Woodland; winner vs. Pond Creek-Hunter.

At Drummond — Girls, Covington-Douglas vs. Drummond; winner vs. Davenport. Boys, Covington-Douglas vs. Davenport; winner vs. Drummond

Class B

Area I

At Shattuck — Girls, Fort Supply vs. Freedom; winner vs. Shattuck. Boys, Fort Supply vs. Freedom; winner vs. Shattuck.

At Sharon-Mutual — Girls, Gage vs. Buffalo; winner vs. Sharon-Mutual. Boys,  Buffalo vs. Sharon-Mutual, Sat.

At Dover — Girls, Crossings Christian vs. Waynoka; winner vs. Dover. Boys, Waynoka vs. Dover; winner vs. Crossings Christian.

Area III

At Timberlake — Girls, Aline-Cleo vs. Oilton; winner vs. Timberlake. Boys, Oilton vs. Timberlake; winner vs. Aline-Cleo

At Burlington — Sat., Burlington vs. Prue

At Deer Creek-Lamont — Girls, Copan vs. Shidler; winner vs. Deer Creek-Lamont. Boys, Shidler vs. Copan; winner vs. Deer Creek-Lamont.

Area IV

At Lomega — Sat, Lomega vs. Paden.


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