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January 22, 2013

Local scores for 1-23-13

ENID, Okla. — PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

HENNESSEY 65, WATONGA 41

WATONGA    1    12    13    15    –    41

HENNESSEY    25    7    18    15    -    65

Watonga — Roth 14, Roberts 11, Ja. Flynn 6, Jones 4, Schenk 5, Jo. Flynn 1.

Hennessey — Johnson 22, Reeves 19, Copeland 5, Thompson 5, Duell 5, Armenta 4, Barnett 3, Holder 2.

CHISHOLM 49, PERRY 29

PERRY    6    4    2    17    —    29

CHISHOLM    19    14    10    6    —    49

Perry: Edwards 7, Bellmon 7, Drake 6, Running 6,  Jones 3

Chisholm: Gruber 15, N. Middleton 12, Galusha 10, McCary 3, Ford 3, Mirelez 2, Raynor 2, A. Middleton 2



DCLA 76, RINGWOOD 40

DCLA    25    25    16    10    –76

RINGWOOD    8    9    9    14    – 40

DCLA — Blanton 21, Jeffries 12, Scott 10, M. Muegge 10, K. Muegge 5, McKee 5, Golay 3, Starr 3, Stacey 3, Swaggart 2, Green 2.

Ringwood — Schmidt 13, Folger 9, Schaffer 8, Wallace 3, Hayes 3, Johnson 2, Detrick 2.



CHEROKEE 51, ALINE-CLEO 28

A-C    8    2    7    11    —    28

CHEROKEE    13    14    12    12    -    51

A-C — Gahr 4, Beckwith 5, Hammond 3, Davidson 3, Moore 1, Tomlinson 6, Miller 6.

Cherokee — Hawkins 8, Wright 8, Wilhite 4, Schanbacher 14, Starks 5, J. Unruh 12.

SEILING 52, HAMMON 49

HAMMON    14    9    11    5    —    49

SEILING    10    15    10    17    —    52

Hammon: Walker 16, Burch 14, Highwalker 11, Barrios 4, C. Walker 2, Keaney 2

Seiling: Tate 21, Livingston 11, Pethoud 8, Nelson 8, Martin 4

OKARCHE 52, OKEENE 25

OKARCHE    14    16    8    14    –    52

OKEENE    5    6    6    8    –    25

Okarche — Lee 18, Voth 16, K. Grellner 10, M. Grellner 8.

Okeene — Long 8, Parrish 7, Westfahl 6, Haffner 4.

ALVA 53, WOODWARD 30

WOODWARD    10    9    7    4    –    30

ALVA    12    12    16    13    -    53

Woodward — Bell 14, Banks 8, Covalt 5, Hurst 3.

Alva — Shiever 16, Hobbs 12, Riley 9, Ferrell 8, Gordon 6, Wallace 2.

WAUKOMIS 66, DRUMMOND 23

DRUMMOND    7    2    9    5    —    23

WAUKOMIS    18    20    12    16    —    66

DRUMMOND: Armour 7, Swart 7, Perry 5, Bonniksen 2, Morrison 2

WAUKOMIS: Harris 16, Perry 14, Eck 9, Jones 7, Metcalfe 6, M. Mack 6, K. Mack 4,Hess 2, Kokojan 2.

OBA 48, PIONEER 34

PIONEER    10    8    5    11    —    34

OBA    12    10    12    14    –    48

Pioneer — Lexsie Mann 10, Jessica Johnson 9, Bayli Koontz 3, Pope Yearin 2, Andi Simunek 2, Carli Woolsey 2.

OBA — Brooke Wayman 26, Erin Coffin 9, Anna Zander 7, Kate Anderson 4, Katie Irvin 2.

WEATHERFORD 61, KINGFISHER 52

WEATHERFORD    14    13    19    15    —    61

KINGFISHER    14    8    12    18    —    52

Weatherford: Roof 17, Hart 15, Torrey 11, Vanderslide 7, Davis 6, Helton 3, Stark

Kinfisher: Meat 19, Hyatt 9, Blehm 9, Layn 8, Hyatt 6, Matthews 1

TIMBERLAKE 34, MOORELAND 27 (OT)

TLAKE            7    8    6    6    7    –    34

MOORELAND 8    7    6    6    0    –    27

Timberlake — LeForce 4, Parker 12, Severin 5, Castle 7, Clift 6.

Mooreland — Wilson 5, Myers 10, Stubbs 12

PC-HUNTER 72, KREM-HILLSDALE 29

PC-HUNTER    21    16    21    14    —    72

KREMLIN-H    2    13    8    6    —    29

PC- HUNTER: Davis 6, Helkum 12, Taylor 2, Barr 9, Jones 24, Ferguson 8, Fetters 1

KREMLIN: Wuerflein 3, Gabriel 9, Davis 6, Bench 2, Both 4, Burris 3, Mitchell 2

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

SEILING 76, HAMMON 45

HAMMON    7    13    14    11    -    45

SEILING    18    17    24    17    -    76

Hammon — Trout 10, Ivy 8, Corf 5, Carpenter 5, C. Teal 7, Miller 6, Clay Teal 4.

Seiling — Tune 17, Harris 12, Sander 12, Shuck 8, Young 7, Nyberg 7, Spurlock 6, Holsapple 4, Daugherty 3.

HENNESSEY 57, WATONGA 44

WATONGA    10    11    9    14    –    44

HENNESSEY    9    13    15    20    –    57

Watonga — Lafferty 13, Johnson 10, Pendleton 7, Stratton 6, Hartfield 3, White 3, Odell 2.

Hennessey — Pina 14, Kroll 12, Fipps 10, Reneteria 8, Hatchel 8, Cline 5.

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