Jacob Lewis' 6-yard keeper with 1:04 remaining gave No. 3 Bishop McGuinness a 28-24 victory over No. 4 Tulsa Kelley in the Class 5A quarterfinals in Tulsa.
The Fighting Irish (11-1) advance to play seventh-ranked Carl Albert next week in a rematch between District 5A-2 teams. McGuinness won the first meeting 42-32 in Week 5. That loss dropped the Titans to 1-4 and they lost again the following week, but since have won six straight.
Lewis had a 5-yard run and threw a 12-yard TD pass to Cody Chancellor to give McGuinness a 14-0 first-quarter lead. Kelley (9-3) then scored three times in the second quarter, the last of those a 35-yard interception return by lineman Cody Davis.
A 74-yard run by Lewis late in the third tied the score before Kelley took the lead one last time on a 34-yard field goal.
Guthrie falls to T. East Central
Defending Class 5A champion Guthrie had its season end Friday night with a 20-13 loss at top-ranked Tulsa East Central.
The Bluejays, who had beaten East Central in the quarterfinals twice in the past three seasons, were outgained 447-194 and managed only 79 yards passing.
Dutton scored on a keeper four plays after a Cardinal fumble to give Guthrie an early 7-0 lead, but East Central answered with two second-quarter touchdowns to make it 14-7. Guthrie's only points after that came on an 82-yard kickoff return by J.T. McFadden before halftime.
The Bluejays (10-2) threatened midway through the fourth quarter, but Dutton was stopped just short of a first down on a fourth-and-1 carry at the Cardinals 7-yard line.
Third-ranked Seminole got 269 yards rushing and four touchdowns from Trenton Newson in a 52-14 victory over Plainview in Class 3A. Newson scored on a 58-yard run to begin the rout, and added three other long TDs — 66, 55 and 35 yards.
Papi White had 125 yards and two touchdowns for Seminole (11-0), which will play host to Metro Christian next week.
Meeker eliminated by Commerce
Commerce rallied and beat Meeker 16-13 in the second round of the Class 2A playoffs.
Meeker (7-5) built a 13-0 halftime lead after scoring twice in the second quarter, on a 10-yard pass from Jake Standlee to Dallas Jackson and a 2-yard run by Jesse Weaver. Ninth-ranked Commerce (11-1) tied it with two third-quarter touchdowns. A 35-yard field goal by Sam Alvarado in the fourth quarter gave Commerce the victory.
Anadarko 46, Fort Gibson 20
Five touchdowns by R.J. Sink carried No. 4 Anadarko to a 46-20 victory over sixth-ranked Fort Gibson in the Class 4A quarterfinals.
Sink had a 93-yard TD run and caught a 16-yard scoring pass from Brandon Collard to tie the score at 14 in the second quarter. Sink's 8-yard TD run later in the quarter gave Anadarko (12-0) the lead for good. He added TD runs of 56 and 15 yards.
The Warriors play top-ranked Wagoner in the semifinals. Fort Gibson ends its season 10-2.
Hennessey wins behind Hill
Two-time defending champion Hennessey advanced to the third round of the Class 2A playoffs by beating Washington 56-21 behind the play of Levi Hill. Hill ran for 283 yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries. The three scores, on runs of 22, 20 and 15 yards, all came in the first half.
The last of those capped a 28-point second quarter that gave Hennessey (10-2) control of the game. Dylan Hatchel had two TD passes in that period.
Steven Lott scored on a 41-yard catch and a 59-yard punt return for Hennessey, which plays at Vian next week. Washington winds up 8-4.
Ada beats Cleveland
Wyatt Robson and Easton Pingleton have been a dynamic duo all season for Ada. Nothing changed in a difficult second-round game in the Class 4A playoffs.
Playing two nights after losing a teammate in a motorcycle accident, Pingleton scored four times and Robson threw four TD passes as the Cougars beat Cleveland 41-7. The two connected on scoring plays of 57, 18 and 21 yards. Pingleton also returned a punt 65 yards for a TD, and Robson threw a 22-yard scoring pass to Tryce Prince.
The Cougars (12-0) wore helmet decals with the No. 56 in memory of senior lineman Cody Johnson, who died Wednesday night. Ada plays Clinton next week.
Cashion holds off Fairview
Ty Reasnor's 18-yard touchdown pass to Nate Lee in the fourth quarter carried No. 6 Cashion to a 28-21 victory over Fairview in Class A.
Reasnor accounted for two other Cashion touchdowns, scoring on a 35-yard run in the first quarter and throwing a 75-yard TD pass to Joe Neece in the second. The Wildcats also got a 2-yard touchdown run from T.J. Martin.
Cashion improved to 12-0 and will play at Talihina next week. Fairview ended its season 10-2.
Clinton bounces Cascia Hall
Fifth-ranked Clinton scored on two big plays in the second half to beat No. 2 Cascia Hall 20-10 in the Class 4A quarterfinals in Tulsa.
Marquiz Simkins scored on a 53-yard run down the right sideline to give Clinton a 13-3 lead late in the third quarter. After Cascia Hall scored on the next drive to get within 13-10, Garrison Mendoza found Devon Mitchell for 61 yards and the sealing touchdown with 9 1/2 minutes left in the game.
Those plays helped the Red Tornadoes (10-2) overcome a frustrating first half in which they drove inside the 10-yard line three times but came away with just six points. Clinton plays Ada in the semifinals.