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January 18, 2013

County round-up: Tuttle upsets Blanchard boys

— The Chickasha High School basketball teams will be on the road for the next week and a half, while some other schools around Grady County prepare for the Grady County Tournament next week.

Chickasha will play at Durant tonight, and the boys will play in the Altus Tournament next Thursday through Saturday. The Chicks' next home game is Feb. 1, the homecoming game against El Reno High School. That is also Hall of Fame night.

Results from Tues., Jan. 15

The Amber-Pocasset boys basketball team (12-5) beat the Alex Longhorns (9-5), 42-35, in Alex on Tuesday night. The Amber-Pocasset Lady Panthers (13-3) beat Alex (5-9), 44-25, on Tuesday.

Amber-Pocasset will host Fort Cobb, and Alex will play at Sterling High School at 6:30 p.m. (girls) and 8 p.m. (boys).

The Tuttle High School boys basketball team (5-4) beat No. 13 Blanchard (12-2) in overtime, 59-49, on Tuesday night in Tuttle.

The Tuttle Lady Tigers (6-5) also beat Blanchard (8-6), 45-36, on Tuesday.

Tuttle is scheduled to play at Lindsay tonight at 6:30 p.m. (girls) and 8 p.m. (boys). The Blanchard Lions are scheduled to play at Purcell.

Bridge Creek is scheduled to play at Tuttle at 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday.

The Minco High School girls basketball team (10-5) beat the Ninnekah Owls, 55-27 in Ninnekah on Tuesday night.

The Lady Owls will host Hinton tonight, and Minco is not scheduled to play again until the Grady County Tournament next week.

The Verden High School boys basketball team (9-7) beat Central Marlow, 65-57 on Tuesday night.

Verden is scheduled to host Rush Springs tonight. The Rush Springs High School basketball teams were inactive on Tuesday. 

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