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High school football roundup: Kai Callins helps Guthrie rout Ponca City

The game was never in doubt as the No. 3-ranked Bluejays led 42-6 by halftime.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: September 14, 2013 at 12:20 am •  Published: September 14, 2013

Kai Callins ran for 115 yards and a touchdown Friday night, helping Class 5A's No. 3-ranked Guthrie coast to a 62-13 high school football victory over Ponca City at Jelsma Stadium.

The game was never in doubt as the Bluejays led 42-6 by halftime. Callins' 4-yard TD run gave Guthrie a 7-0 lead early in the game. Senior wideout Donovan Jordan added five catches for 114 yards, including a 31-yard TD pass from Reed Roberts in the first quarter.

Guthrie (2-0) forced five turnovers and held the Wildcats (0-2) to minus-21 yards rushing.


Putnam City remained unbeaten — and won its school district's championship — by routing Putnam City West 43-12 on Friday night. Putnam City beat its other sister school, Putnam City North, 34-7 a week ago.

JaVon Knox scored touchdowns from 8 and 46 yards on Friday night for Putnam City (2-0). Denzel Dean added 8- and 11-yard TD runs for the Pirates.

Steven Stallings threw for 298 yards and two touchdowns for Putnam City West (1-1).


Defending 5A state champion Carl Albert rebounded from a Week 1 loss by trouncing Coweta, 43-7.

Stevie Thompson completed 8 of 16 passes for 172 yards and three touchdowns. Thompson added a TD run as the No. 1-ranked Titans improved to 1-1.


Edmond North rolled up 426 yards and 27 first downs, cruising past Choctaw 42-3 in a Class 6A game. Ezell McIntee and Richard McCauley each scored two touchdowns for Edmond North (1-1).

Choctaw (1-1), which managed a 23-yard field goal from Jacob McMullen, committed three turnovers.


Micah Wilson had touchdown runs of 4, 32 and 3 yards as Christian Heritage beat Mount St. Mary, 33-14.

St. Mary (0-2) had a 7-0 lead after the first quarter on Matt Peace's 1-yard TD run, but Wilson scored twice in the second quarter to help the Crusaders (1-1) take control.


Quarterback Dylan Hatchell accounted for five touchdowns as Class 2A's No. 5-ranked Hennessey routed visiting Jones, 40-13. Hatchell completed 14 of 23 pass attempts for 155 yards and three TDs.

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