Class 3A: Separation Friday?
By Robert Przybylo
I’m not good at clever names so Separation Friday is what you’re getting from me when it comes to Class 3A.
You may not agree with my rankings (that’s fine), but 3A has four games featuring ranked teams, IMO.
So who is going to separate itself from the rest of the pack? Or will the pack become even more jumbled than it was before?
No. 1 Cascia Hall (7-1) at No. 5 Sperry (7-0)
Those who have seen them say Sperry is the real deal. I think people are overlooking the whole ‘bye’ week thing that is going on in 3A.
While Cascia Hall was busy battling it out with Nowata, Sperry was licking its chops. Its coaches watching intently. The Pirates have had two weeks to come up with special/trick plays and getting to know all there is about Joe Medina’s club.
The pick: Cascia Hall 32, Sperry 29. I am on the fence here. I really want to believe in Sperry, but how do you argue against the Commandos? Well, you don’t.
No. 2 Heritage Hall (8-0) at No. 8 Bethany (7-1)
The Bronchos are three points away from being 8-0. As is, Bethany has won seven consecutive games, including a biggie against Kingfisher a couple of weeks ago.
A lot of talent on this team from RB Devin Campbell to DL Darren Davenport. X Factor might be WR Gage Diffee.
Heritage Hall has been the dominant team in the class. The Chargers haven’t faced a challenged since Week 3 at Davis. Tulsa NOAH and Newcastle were supposed to be big games, but Heritage made a statement early.
RB Barry J. Sanders won’t be 100 percent (if he does play), but Sterling Shepard and the offensive line should be enough.
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