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January 25, 2013

Basketball roundup

Woodward, Okla. — Thursday’s games

Woodward High School in Newcastle Tournament

Girls: Ada 42, Woodward 34

Woodward led 34-31 going into the fourth period, but didn’t score again. Woodward plays Noble or Newcastle today at 1:40 p.m.

Boys: Ada 70, Woodward 63

Ada jumped out to an early 10-0 lead and held off several Boomer comeback attempts. Woodward plays Washington today at 12:20 p.m.

Middle school games

7th grade girls: Woodward 39, Mooreland 12

Woodward - Hunter 6, Hurst 13, Kline 6, Moseley 4, Williamson 6, Cloyd 4.

8th grade girls: Mooreland 54, Woodward 40

Woodward: Mulvihill 8, Moore 11, Semmel 7, Rowley 4, Stinson 10

7th grade boys: Mooreland 30, Woodward 21

Woodward - Collier 3, Waldrop 2, Sims 4, Covalt 4, Hardy 8.

(Monday) - Woodward 20, Weatherford 18

Woodward: Collier 4, Waldrop 2, Shirkey 6, Goodwin 1, Covalt 6, Hardy 1.

Buffalo High School Tournament

Girls

Forgan 73, Gage 29

Forgan: N Taylor 22, McReynods 13, Bryer 10.

Gage: A. Smith 18, Crow 6

Laverne 63, Fargo 41

Laverne - Halliburton 17, Gartrell 17, Shuman 14

Fargo - Avalos 14, Zollinger 9.

Shattuck 77, Fort Supply 47

Shattuck - Cummings 17, D. Galindo 15, M. Galindo 11, Iliff 10. Fort Supply: Briant 28, Woodard 11

Beaver 59, Buffalo 41

Beaver - Balderrama 17, Hoover 12

Buffalo - White 18, Sarabia 15

Boys

Forgan 74, Woodward JV 28

Forgan - Regier 13, Stout 13, Bryer 12, Lemieux 10

Woodward JV - Roach 10, Ludwyck 4, Pope 4

Laverne 88, Fort Supply 41

Laverne  - Rolf 14, Allen 12, Nine 12, S. Overstreet 10

Fort Supply - K. Woolfolk 19, Hunter 11, T. Woolfolk 11

Beaver 33, Shattuck 30

Beaver - Weber 17. Shattuck: Carpenter 11, Alexander 9

Fargo 55, Buffalo 46

Fargo- Foale 21, Harrington 15

Buffalo - Jacquez 21, Hash 10

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