All-State football teams: The 0s

by Ryan Aber Published: December 11, 2012
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1920

E: Swanson, Muskogee

E: Weeks, Cherokee

T: Montgomery, Muskogee

T: Bascum Pippin, Lawton

G: Forrest Robinson, Okmulgee

G: Ted Schlotterbeck, Chickasha

C: Clifford Gigoux, Lawton

QB: Morris, Sapulpa

HB: Seth Hughes, Tulsa

HB: Carl E. Schlabach, Oklahoma City

FB: Penny, Muskogee

1930

E: Allen Holt, Purcell

E: Eugene Tims, Bartlesville

T: Charles Jones, Muskogee

T: Ed Skelton, Shawnee

G: Rudolph Prochaska, Medford

G: T. Ray Phillips, Classen

C: Bud Wilkes, Ardmore

QB: Omar Browning, Enid

HB: Ernest Bullette, Dewey

HB: Cecil Byrns, Frederick

FB: Leonard McFee, Pawhuska

1940

North

E: James Tebow, Enid

E: Archie Bradley, Muskogee

E: Louis Hayes, Tulsa Webster

E: Gordon McDowell, Cherokee

T: J.R. Hill, Okmulgee

T: James Ward, Shattuck

T: Vaughn Shirley, Classen

T: Dwight Deming, Weatherford

G: Jack Lairmore, Tulsa Central

G: Buddy Courtney, Medford

G: Adrian Paul, Fairview

G: Ben Stout, Classen

C: Bob Beames, Tonkawa

C: Otis Schellstede, Blackwell

B: Dudley Carson, Muskogee

B: Clyde LeForce, Bristow

B: Kirby Rider, Ponca City

B: Elmer Simmons, Enid

B: Hollis Copeland, Tulsa Central

B: Harvey McKibben, Miami

B: Wheeler Gayton, Hominy

B: Raymond Morris, Britton

South

E: Billy Houck, Mangum

E: Buddy Goodall, Ada

E: O'Quinn Dunn, Chickasha

E: Warren Childers, Frederick

T: Nelson Greene, Shawnee

T: Harold Simeroth, Purcell

T: Frank Thompson, Moore

T: Albert Downs, Atoka

G: Charles Floyd, McAlester

G: C.F. Bryce, Altus

G: Elmer Duncan, Seminole

G: Cleon Rhodes, Mountain View

C: LeRoy Garren, Maud

C: Bud O'Dea, Durant

B: J.C. Byrd, Lawton

B: Joe Bill Whisenant, Duncan

B: Darrell Harris, Madill

B: Son Riley, Capitol Hill

B: Don Fauble, Shawnee

B: Warren Trent, Prague

B: Clinton Carr, Marlow

B: Oscar Raglin, Central

1950

North

E: Cloy Easley, Pawhuska

E: Bob Gray, Tonkawa

E: Kenneth McCullough, Bartlesville

E: Vernon Womack, Fairview

T: Ned Blass, Ponca City

T: Kurt Burris, Muskogee

T: Joe Hilt, Cleveland

T: Jim Holdridge, Stillwater

T: Don Howard, Newkirk

G: Don McGrew, Okmulgee

G: John Murrell, Fairfax

G: Jimmy Orr, Tulsa Rogers

G: James Yost, Vinita

C: Fallis Beall, Tulsa Webster

C: Donald Payne, Collinsville

C: Nelson Taylor, Thomas

B: Max Boydston, Muskogee

B: Donald Bussey, Claremore

B: Bill Chitwood, Edmond

B: Buddy Foreman, Bristow

B: Willard Fox, Broken Arrow

B: Lowell Harmon, Enid

B: Bill Hawkins, Tulsa Central

B: Elmer Manatowa, Cushing

B: Johnny Sill, Stroud

South

E: Dale Bryant, Mangum

E: Ronnie Cordell, Central

E: Bob LaRue, Clinton

E: Hallard Randell, Antlers

T: Jackie Brooks, Capitol Hill

T: Earl Lynn, Putnam City

T: James McGlothlin, Midwest City

T: Ronald Thompson, Ada

G: Bill Hubbard, Hobart

G: John Payne, Wewoka

G: Bob Peters, Poteau

G: Pat Thompson, Norman

G: Bernard Wilson, Shawnee

C: Donald Funk, Chickasha

C: Gene Mears, Seminole

C: Wayne Wylie, Durant

B: Carl Allison, McAlester

B: Gene Dan Calame, Sulphur

B: Jackie Dees, Lawton

B: Buddy Donley, Classen

B: Carl Lawyer, Northeast

B: Dale Lawyer, Holdenville

B: Wray Littlejohn, El Reno

B: Artie Puckett, Sayre

B: Roy Randall, Capitol Hill

1960

Back of the Year: Pete Moseley, Miami

Lineman of the Year: Roddy Cutsinger, Elk City

Coach of the Year: Jim Darnell, Midwest City

North

E: Walter Depew, Beaver

E-HB: Wempsey Gilkey, Pawhuska

E: Paul Harjo, Henryetta

E-FB: J.D. Robinson, Miami

T-FB: Dale Pontius, Blackwell

T: Jim Speaks, Woodward

T: Don Stevens, Star Spencer

G: David Brown, Claremore

G: Marcus Hendricks, Claremore

G: Ron Lowry, Edmond

G-C: Frank Forbes, Ponca City

C: Mike Long, Tulsa Central

C: Jim Morrison, Tulsa Rogers

QB-HB: Lylin Cowan, Checotah

QB: Jeff Jordan, Bristow

HB: Pete Mosely, Miami

HB: Randy Rudisell, Bartlesville

HB: Jon Running, Tulsa Edison


by Ryan Aber
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Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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