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The Oklahoman staff picks the top games of Week 10

by Scott Wright Published: November 8, 2013

Trent took some chances on upsets over the last two weeks that didn’t pay off last week, so his five-game lead has shrunk to two entering the final week of the regular season.

But it’s another tough week, with several big games on the schedule, though there’s not much variation in this week’s choices. A few key games could make a big difference in the standings.

Here’s how the staff picked the top 10 games of Week 10:

Westmoore 35, Broken Arrow 34
Metro Christian 17, Berryhill 10
Blanchard 28, Tuttle 21
Douglass 24, Ada 20
Laverne 58, Pond Creek-Hunter 28
Lawton MacArthur 30, Ardmore 22
Woodward 26, Clinton 22
Kiefer 42, Morrison 28
Plainview 40, Lone Grove 12
Washington 34, Lindsay 28
Lock of the Week: Lawton MacArthur over Ardmore. The Highlanders have been cruising since the Week 4 loss to Del City, while Ardmore hasn’t been tested in district play. Ardmore’s win over Del City came when the Eagles lost starting quarterback Terry Wilson to injury. Mac’s defense will control the game, and bring home the win.

Broken Arrow 28, Westmoore 27
Metro Christian 35, Berryhill 21
Blanchard 21, Tuttle 17
Douglass 27, Ada 24
Laverne 48, Pond Creek-Hunter 40
Lawton MacArthur 35, Ardmore 28
Clinton 21, Woodward 20
Kiefer 34, Morrison 28
Plainview 42, Lone Grove 18
Washington 28, Lindsay 21
Lock of the Week: Blanchard over Tuttle. Last season this game didn’t go so well for the Lions, but they are more experienced this season and coming off a bye week. Braden Stringer has been electric this season and could have another big night.

Broken Arrow 35, Westmoore 31
Metro Christian 42, Berryhill 35
Blanchard 20, Tuttle 13
Douglass 27, Ada 23
Laverne 52, Pond Creek-Hunter 44
Lawton MacArthur 21, Ardmore 17
Clinton 28, Woodward 21
Morrison 20, Kiefer 18
Plainview 45, Lone Grove 35
Washington 33, Lindsay 27
Lock of the Week: Washington over Lindsay. Both teams can put up points offensively, but Washington appears to have the advantage on defense. Its stout secondary is capable of making Lindsay one-dimensional on offense. Without a passing game, it’ll be difficult to keep up in this battle for the District 2A-3 title.

Last week: 7-3, Lock: 1-0
Overall: 65-25, Lock: 8-1

Last week: 8-2, Lock: 1-0
Overall: 63-27, Lock: 8-1

Last week: 8-2, Lock: 1-0
Overall: 62-28, Lock: 7-2

by Scott Wright
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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