Kingfisher vs. Tuttle...again...
By Robert Przybylo
Kingfisher (7-3) at Tuttle (7-3)
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday
Where: Hinkle Field, Tuttle
Well, what’d ya know about that? A rare time when Tuttle and Kingfisher aren’t scheduled to play each other, and they still manage to meet up.
“It feels like every year you gotta go through Tuttle or Kingfisher on the way to a championship,” Tuttle coach Philip Koons said.
The Blanchard game was a turning point for Tuttle, and that was actually a win. But it was a victory that forced Koons and the coaching staff to reevaluate things.
The Lions put up big numbers on offense, and Tuttle went back to playing fundamental defense since that point.
Tuttle stopped Madill in impressive fashion with a 26-6 win. The Kingfisher offense exploded for 55 points at Perkins. Isn’t this how it’s supposed to be? The Tigers and the Yellowjackets?
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