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January 5, 2013

Local scores for 1-5-13

EHS BASKETBALL

Girls

ENID 45, GUTHRIE 42

ENID    18    9    6    12    —    45   

GUTHRIE    7    11    11    13    —    42

Enid: Bay 17, Chelf 15, Pierce 5, Enmeier 4, Lee 4

Guthrie: Haynes 15, Murillo 9, Smedley 7, Jones 6, Chappell 3, A. Robinson 2

Boys

ENID 57, GUTHRIE 51

ENID    10    17    12    18    —    57

GUTHRIE    12    11    15    13    —    51

Enid: Baker 15, Austin 13, D. Parker 9, Maud 7, K. Parker 6, Jackson 5, Finley 2

Guthrie: Warren 17, Baez 11, Nichols 8, Brown 5, Irvin 4, McFadden 4

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

HENNESSEY 55, WAUKOMIS 31

WAUKOMIS    5    10    7    9    —    31   

HENNESSEY    12    15    18    10    —    55

Waukomis: Harris 15, Perry 5, Kokojan 3, Metcalfe 3, Eck 2, Hess 2, Mack 1

Hennssey: Johnson 23, Reeves 22, Thompson 4, Holder 4, Duell 1

LOMEGA 60, CHEROKEE 20

CHEROKEE    8    4    2    6    –    20

LOMEGA    10    18    12    20    –    60

Cherokee – N. Unruh 8, Hawkins 3, J. Unruh 4, Wilhite 2, Eshelman 2, Schanbacher 1.

Lomega – Lagasse 17, Mendal 12, Pachecho 9, Sheer 9, Giese 5, Clayton 4, Duffy 2, Biggs 2.

TIMBERLAKE 85, RINGWOOD 34

RINGWOOD    9    10    9    6    –    34

TIMBERLAKE    29    22    19    15    –    85

Ringwood – Folger 10, Schmidt 8, Randolph 8, Johnson 6, Palmer 2.

Timberlake – Sevrin 21, Clift 17, Castle 16, Parker 7, Blue 6, Thompson 4, Adkison 3, LeForce 3, Nickel 2, Schlup 2, Thorpe 2, Bishard 2.

ALINE-CLEO 41, FREEDOM 39

FREEDOM    2    9    16    12    –    39

ALINE-CLEO    5    10    13    13    –    41

Freedom – Barke 2, Eden 15, Reed 7, Mullins 2, Nixon 13.

Aline-Cleo – Beckwith 18, Gahr 17, Davidson 2, Thomlinson 4.

MOORELAND 71, CIMARRON 27

MOORELAND    17    22    15    17    – 71

CIMARRON    4    6    6    11    –    27

Mooreland – Adams 6, Roper 4, Poer 6, Wilson 18, Meyers 16, Kenny 12, Stuart 3, Stubbs 6.

Cimarron – McCartney 8, Lee 7, Poage 2, Gardner 5, Marlatt 5.

PIONEER 54, DRUMMOND 24

PIONEER    18    14    10    12    —    54

DRUMMOND    4    8    7    5    —    24

Pioneer: Woolsey 21, McVay 4, Johnson 3, Flavell 6, Mann 2, Koontz 11, Yerian 3, Simunek 4

Drummond: Singleton 2, Miller 3, Morrison 2, Swart 4, Perry 2, Armour 12

OBA 53, CROSSINGS CHRISTIAN 43

CROSSINGS    8    13    10    12    —    43

OBA    14    17    15    7    —    53

Crossings: Sauer 20, Johnson 14, Elliott 4, Ashworth 4, Rhinehart 1

OBA: Zander 21, Wayman 19, Coffin 4, Anderson 4, Atwood 2, Price 3

FAIRVIEW 54, CHISHOLM 21

FAIRVIEW    10    13    20    11    —    54

CHISHOLM    0    4    13    4    —    21

FAIRVIEW: Reese 16, Van Meter 13, Martens 6, Tucker 5, Mason 5, Hutchinson 2, Schista 2, Carrell 2, Sharp 2, Smith 1

CHISHOLM: Galusha 8, Mirelez 7, Gruber 3, McCary 3

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

SEILING 80, CANTON 34

CANTON    10    7    9    8    –    34

SEILING    15    27    17    21    –    80

Canton – Schoonmaker 10, Whiteagle 6, Miller 5, Smoker 4, Sessions 4, Hernandez 3, Heath 2.

Seiling – Schuck 21, Harris 16, Tune 15, Nighberg 10, Sander 9, E. Spurlock 4, A. Spurlock 3, Westone 2.

HENNESSEY 73, WAUKOMIS 50

WAUKOMIS    14    10    20    6    –    50

HENNESSEY    26    12    19    16    –    73

Waukomis – Prince 14, Click 12, Crites 10, Lawson 8, Terrel 4, Willson 2.

Hennessey – Kroll 22, Phipps 15, D. Hatchel 12, Renteria 9, Dowell 8, Wymore 2, Duras 2, N. Hatchel 2, McKay 1.   

OBA 59, CROSSINGS CHRISTIAN 37

CROSSINGS    15    6    8    8    —    37

OBA    15    11    21    12    —    59

Crossings: Pennington 3, Smith 2, Dennis 10, Griffith 12, Cooper 8, Travis 2

OBA: Whitson 13, Barnthouse 2, Atwood 12, Jantz 5, Eaton 19, White  8

ALINE-CLEO 52, FREEDOM 43

FREEDOM    2    10    18    15    –    43

ALINE-CLEO    11    11    22    8    –    52

Freedom – Stahlman 9, Wilcox 13, R. Mullins 9, c. Mullins 9, Yeh 2, Ontizeros 3.

Aline-Cleo – Robinson 21, J. Dobbs 1, Swinney 3, Stokes 8, Lesta 8, N. Dobbs 11.

RINGWOOD 75, TIMBERLAKE 38

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