The top 11 games of Week 4 of Playoffs...
By Robert Przybylo
Since there are only 11 games this week, no point in narrowing the list to 10. A brief look at the 11 games of this week.
1. Class 4A championship — Douglass (11-2) vs. Wagoner (13-0), 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Boone Pickens Stadium (Scott Wright will be there)
Wagoner has been almost beyond dominant this year, but it won’t be a real success without that championship. Douglass reached the finals last year and is riding an 11-game winning streak. Will the Trojans, led by their physicality, be the team that derails a dream run for Wagoner? Douglass beat Wagoner last year.
2. Class 5A championship — Booker T. Washington (12-1) vs. Tulsa East Central (12-1), 1 p.m. Saturday, Boone Pickens Stadium
The Hornets pulled out a thriller in Week 3, but that was also the first game of the season for BTW quarterback Jordy Albert. I was extremely impressed with the team speed of the Hornets against Guthrie. From the offense to the defense, it was something to behold.
3. Class 6A championship — Tulsa Union (12-1) vs. Jenks (13-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Boone Pickens Stadium
A game you could have picked before the season started has ended up once again being the championship. Can Jenks dominate Union twice in one year? Hmm. Love to see how Jenks RB Alex Ross will fare against the Redskins and wondering what Kale Pearson and Union have up their sleeve?
4. Class 3A semifinals — Heritage Hall (13-0) vs. Bethany (10-3), 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Putnam City Stadium (I’ll be there)
That first game was the toughest contest the Chargers have been in. Now it’s time for round 2. Heritage Hall knows it’s playing without Barry J. Sanders. The Bronchos pulled off the win of the weekend over Cascia Hall. Alrighty, let’s do this again.
5. Class C championship — Shattuck (11-1) vs. Deer Creek-Lamont (12-0), 1 p.m. Saturday, Stillwater HS
The Indians look to regain the crown. It was the Eagles that interrupted Shattuck’s run last season. Coach Troy Bullard said revenge is not a factor. DC-Lamont has been incredible the entire season. There’s no way that ends this week, right?
6. Class 2A semifinals — Millwood (13-0) vs. Hennessey (10-3), 1 p.m. Saturday, Yukon HS (Ryan Aber will be there)
Ooh boy, do the Eagles have the defense to stop the Falcons? This will be a great test of the mental toughness for Millwood. Hennessey’s offense has really picked up, and the defense has been the staple of Shannon Watford during his time at Hennessey.
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