Kai Callins and Idea Alexander each ran for more than 100 yards Friday night, and No. 2-ranked Guthrie whipped Western Heights 59-6 in a District 5A-2 game at Jelsma Stadium.
Callins collected 124 yards, including 18- and 29-yard touchdown runs. He also caught a 20-yard TD pass from Reed Roberts to help the Bluejays charge to a 38-0 lead by halftime. Alexander added 105 yards with TD runs of 8, 10 and 3 yards. Guthrie, which rolled up 412 yards of offense, improved to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in district.
The Guthrie defense was stellar, holding the Jets (0-5, 0-2) to 67 total yards and four first downs. The Bluejays forced four turnovers, including three interceptions.
Guthrie next plays Friday at top-ranked Carl Albert, which improved to 2-0 in district with its 35-21 victory over No. 10-ranked Bishop McGuinness.
NAULT REACHES MILESTONE
Kingfisher running back Landon Nault scored his 100th career touchdown Friday night, leading Class 3A's No. 2-ranked Kingfisher to a 44-0 rout of Star Spencer. Nault finished the game with 154 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries. He had TD runs of 35, 56 and 15 yards to help the Yellowjackets move to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in District 3A-3.
Kingfisher's defense held Star (1-4, 0-2) to 65 total yards. The Yellowjackets forced five turnovers, including four interceptions.
TIGERS WIN, INTERCEPT 6 PASSES
Crescent's defense intercepted six passes and returned three for touchdowns, and the Tigers rolled past Crossings Christian, 49-14.
Tristan Lacey (32 yards), Garrett Dimmitt (3 yards) and Devon Bledsoe (73 yards) returned interceptions for TDs as the Tigers moved to 4-1. Lacey had an 8-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter and added seven point-after-TD kicks. Crescent's Michael Cronister collected 119 yards and two touchdowns by rush; he also caught three passes for 37 yards and a TD.
RACERS BEAT CENTENNIAL
Zack Berge had a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs as Newcastle beat Centennial 33-14 at Racer Field. Regan Ross accounted for nine points with 31- and 24-yard field goals and three point-after-touchdown kicks.
DEER CREEK HAMMERS EL RENO
Class 5A's No. 6-ranked Deer Creek snapped a two-game skid in a big way Friday night in Edmond. Alec James scored four touchdowns, including two on defense, as the Antlers routed El Reno, 70-0.
James returned fumbles 42 and 21 yards for touchdowns, which were part of Deer Creek's 42-point onslaught in the second half. He added 29- and 39-yard TDs from his running back position.
Quarterback Caden Sander ran for 113 yards and three touchdowns. He added a 28-yard scoring pass to Cole Verble that gave the Antlers (3-2 overall, 1-1 District 5A-2) an early 7-0 lead.
HENNESSEY TRIMS CHISHOLM
Hennessey quarterback Tony Mendoza scored from a yard out with 3:58 left in the game, and William Arndt added the two-point conversion run as the Eagles clipped Chisholm, 21-20.
Arndt added two touchdowns and 173 yards rushing as Class 2A's No. 5 Hennessey moved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in district. Joel Martinez led Hennessey's defense with 10 tackles and a sack.
PAULS VALLEY FALLS AGAIN
Winless Pauls Valley failed to make a halftime lead stand up, losing a 20-13 decision to unbeaten Dickson.
Jace Elkins' 5-yard touchdown run, and Manny Colmenares' point-after kick gave the Panthers a 7-6 lead at intermission.
But Dickson (5-0, overall, 2-0 District 3A-4) came back in the second half behind quarterback Chris Bamberg, who had 31- and 23-yard touchdown runs.
JAMES SCORES TWICE FOR SAINTS
Class 2A's No. 3-ranked Oklahoma Christian had a 22-point lead after three quarters, but it had to hold off Tulsa Noah, 22-14.
Cameron James caught a 43-yard touchdown pass from Will McKinnis, and then James fell on a fumble in the end zone to help OCS take a 16-0 lead by halftime. Luke Frankfurt's 5-yard run in the third quarter gave the Saints (4-1) a 22-0 lead, before Tulsa Noah (0-5) rallied with two fourth-quarter touchdowns.
STRINGER SCORES 5 TDs
Brandon Stringer scored five touchdowns to lead Class 3A's No. 1-ranked Blanchard to a 56-0 rout of winless Bridge Creek. Stringer scored from 52, 2, 36, 13 and 92 yards to help the Lions improve to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in District 3A-1. Kanon Kirchner and Hayden Hamlin added TD carries for the Lions, who host Marlow next Friday.
MEEKER TROUNCES OKEMAH
Quarterback Jake Standlee threw three touchdown passes, and Dallas Jackson accounted for three touchdowns as unbeaten Meeker whipped Okemah, 42-6. Standlee threw 19- and 28-yard TD passes to Levi Bagwell. Jackson caught a 24-yarder and added 13- and 85-yard scoring runs. All of the Bulldogs' scores came after Okemah took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter.
ADA BUSTS TECUMSEH
Jennifer Goethe gave Tecumseh an early lead with a 22-yard field goal, but the Savages struggled the rest of the way and lost 35-10 to Class 4A's No. 6-ranked Ada. Jeremiah Larry sparked the Cougars' comeback with 2- and 44-yard touchdown runs.
Gage Stallworth ran for 256 yards and six touchdowns in three quarters to lead Class 3A's No. 5-ranked Cushing Tigers to a 56-7 victory over Bristow. Stallworth has rushed for 1,098 yards and 23 TDs so far this season. ... Kevin Harris accounted for five TDs as unbeaten Central Marlow blanked Paoli 46-0 in an eight-man game that ended in the third quarter due to the mercy rule. ... Seminole rolled up 519 yards of offense, and Pappi White scored three touchdowns during the Chieftains' 48-0 wipeout of Sequoyah-Claremore.
HOW THEY FARED
How The Oklahoman's No. 1-ranked teams fared during Week 5 of the high school football season:
No. 1 Jenks (5-0) defeated Sapulpa, 59-7. Next: Friday vs. No. 3 Broken Arrow
No. 1 Carl Albert (4-1) defeated No. 10 McGuinness, 35-21. Next: Friday vs. No. 2 Guthrie
No. 1 Wagoner (5-0) defeated Tulsa McLain, 22-7. Next: Friday vs. Miami
No. 1 Blanchard (5-0) defeated Bridge Creek, 56-0. Next: Friday vs. Marlow
No. 1 Millwood (5-0) defeated Christian Heritage, 53-0. Next: Friday vs. No. 3 Oklahoma Christian
No. 1 Ringling (3-1) defeated Healdton, 60-0. Next: Friday at Wilson
No. 1 Laverne (5-0) defeated Medford, 54-6. Next: Friday vs. Waukomis
No. 1 Tipton (5-0) defeated Duke, 58-8. Next: Friday at Grandfield
FROM STAFF REPORTS