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High schools: Final week of regular season features big games

Class 6A heavyweights Broken Arrow and Westmoore will play for a home berth in the playoffs.
by Scott Wright Published: November 3, 2013
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photo - Jaguar wide receiver Dahu Green looks over his shoulder at Edison's Akylen Mayfield as he crosses the goal line as Tulsa Edison plays Westmoore in high school football on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013 in Moore. Okla.  Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklahoman
Jaguar wide receiver Dahu Green looks over his shoulder at Edison's Akylen Mayfield as he crosses the goal line as Tulsa Edison plays Westmoore in high school football on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013 in Moore. Okla. Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklahoman

The final week of the high school football regular season has arrived, and there are still several district titles and playoff positions to be earned. Here's a look at Week 10's top 10 games that have a lot on the line:

1. Class 6A Broken Arrow (7-2) at Westmoore (8-1)

A top-five showdown with a home playoff berth to the winner. That's a big prize for Westmoore, which would have to go to the Tulsa area for a first-round game should the Jags lose Friday.

2. Class 3A Berryhill (8-1) at Metro Christian (9-0)

Berryhill has come on strong lately to jump into the top 10, while Metro has been one of several strong teams at the top of the class from the start. Both undefeated in district play, the 3A-5 title goes to the winner.

3. Class 3A Tuttle (7-2) at Blanchard (9-0)

Blanchard lost this game last year, then turned around and went on to win it all in Class 3A. Tuttle must win by at least eight points to claim the district title.

4. Class 4A Douglass (8-1) at Ada (7-2)

What would have been a top-five throwdown lost some luster with McLoud's upset of Ada last week, but the Cougars can still win the district by knocking off Douglass.

5. Class B Pond Creek-Hunter (9-0) at Laverne (9-0)

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by Scott Wright
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A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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