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Thursday's High School Girls Basketball Roundup

January 14, 2012

NO WHERE TO GO — Bokoshe's Miranda McFarland, right, runs into stumbling blocks to the basket in the form of Howe defenders Miriah Landeros, center, and Tori Kellogg, back right, during Thursday night's game at Bokoshe Tigers Fieldhouse. Watching the play are Howe's Brianna Hillebrand, left, and Bokoshe's Jasmine Arnold. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

BOKOSHE — In a match-up of two of the top four seeds in next week's LeFlore County Tournament, the Howe Lady Lions showed why they're the top seed as they handled fourth-seeded Bokoshe 61-37 Thursday night at Bokoshe Tigers Fieldhouse.
Pocola 38, Cameron 26: In Cameron, the Lady Indians jumped out to a 10-3 lead after one period and were able to keep the Lady Yellowjackets at bay.
Whitesboro 55, Kinta 32: In Kinta, the Lady Bulldogs had a 17-12 lead after one period, but kept expanding on their lead. Whitesboro had a 29-20 halftime advantage, which ballooned to a 41-25 lead heading into the final period. At one point in the fourth quarter, the Lady Bulldogs got up by as many as 30 points.
Wilburton 48, Panama 47: In Panama, the Lady Razorbacks had two chances to win the game in the last 20 seconds, but both attempts just missed their mark.
Henryetta 63, Heavener 38: In Henryetta, the loss dropped the Lady Wolves to 4-7 on the season. Nothing more was reported on the game by press time.

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