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Tuesday's High School Boys Basketball Roundup

February 2, 2012

TALIHINA — A strong second-half performance by the Talihina Golden Tigers enabled them to win going away by a score of 61-41 over the Heavener Wolves Tuesday night on Chris Gillespie Court at Ray Henson Gymnasium.
Leading 22-21 at halftime, the Golden Tigers outscored the Wolves 39-20 in the second half.
Wister 44, Bokoshe 15: In Wister, the Wildcats jumped out to a 16-1 lead on the Tigers after one period to take charge of the contest.
Leflore 58, Quinton 50: In Leflore, the Savages bounced back from Friday night's rough outing at Kinta with a victory. Leflore led 12-6 after one period, 22-17 at halftime and 40-29 entering the final quarter.
Pocola 67, Stigler 57: In Pocola, the Indians had a 18-14 lead on the Panthers after a period and pretty much kept the visitors at bay.
Howe 80, McCurtain 62: In McCurtain, the Lions trailed 34-30 late in the second period, but outscored the Bulldogs 50-28 the rest of the way for the comeback win.
Panama 54, Gans 25: In Gans, the Razorbacks rebounded from Monday night's rough outing at Cameron and took it out on the Grizzlies. The Hogs jumped out to a 17-5 lead after one period and never looked back.
Stilwell 46, Spiro 42: In Spiro, the Indians trailed 17-16 after one period, but outscored the Bulldogs 13-8 in the second quarter to take a 29-25 halftime lead. Then, Stilwell outscored Spiro 17-14 in the second half to keep the ’Dogs at bay.
Smithville 65, Whitesboro 42: In Smithville, the Braves jumped out to a 22-6 lead after one period on the Bulldogs to take control of the game.

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