Star Spencer matches up well with Oologah
By Ryan Aber
Last week, Elk City used its no-huddle, spread offense to give Star Spencer a scare before the Bobcats pulled out a 44-33 first-round win over the Elks.
“Elk City wore us out a little bit,” Star Spencer coach Darrell Hall said. “With the depth we have, the no-huddle gave us some problems.”
Tonight, though, 9-2 Star Spencer hosts Oologah in a second-round matchup.
The Mustangs like to throw the ball — quarterback Alex Brunson has thrown for 1,428 yards and 13 touchdowns this season — but the pace is more to the Bobcats liking.
“It’ll be tough, though,” Hall said.
The winner of tonight’s game will play the McGuinness-Sallisaw winner next weekend at a neutral site to be determined.
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