Dameko Doddles scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter Friday night, and No. 3-ranked Douglass beat No. 9 Ada 30-18 in a District 4A-2 football game at Norris Field.
Douglass improved to 9-1 overall and clinched the district championship with a 7-0 mark.
The game was tied 18-18 when Doddles caught a 51-yard touchdown pass from Patrick McKaufman; Doddles then returned an interception 55 yards for an insurance score.
McKaufman had a 72-yard TD pass to Isiah Shaputis that gave the Trojans an 18-6 lead at halftime.
Ada (7-3, 5-2) finished second in the district.
BETHANY RALLIES BACK
Bethany rallied back from a two-touchdown deficit and beat Class 3A's No. 5-ranked Cushing 20-19 on the road. Kyle Duke threw two touchdown passes, including a 52-yarder in the third quarter that gave Bethany (7-3) the winning edge. Duke added a 5-yard touchdown run, which started the Bronchos' comeback.
Cushing (8-2) had a 13-0 lead after the first quarter on Gage Stallworth's 34- and 77-yard touchdown runs.
SANTA FE OUTSLUGS CHOCTAW
Edmond Santa Fe quarterback and OU commit Justice Hansen remained sidelined by injury, but the Wolves still rolled up 545 yards of offense in a 55-30 victory over Choctaw at Wantland Stadium.
Tailback Michael Farmer ran for 5-, 36- and 2-yard touchdown runs. He also caught a 36-yard TD pass from backup quarterback Keaton Torre that gave Edmond Santa Fe a 7-0 lead in the first quarter. Torre, who completed 13 of 19 attempts for 204 yards, added a 28-yard scoring pass to Cameron Westbrook.
Edmond Santa Fe enters the Class 6A playoffs with a 6-4 record. Choctaw, which had four touchdown passes from Jonah Llanusa, finished 3-7.
JENKS TOPS PUTNAM CITY
Jenks' football powerhouse wrapped up its 22nd unbeaten regular season, walloping Putnam City 56-7 on Friday night. Class 6A's top-ranked team had 105 yards and two touchdowns rushing from Cameron Booty. Putnam City, which started the season 2-0, lost its final eight games.
GUTHRIE GOES TO 10-0
District 5A-2 champion Guthrie completed a 10-0 regular season with its 45-8 rout of Northwest Classen at Jelsma Stadium.
The No. 1-ranked Bluejays, who will start the playoffs next week at home, had three first-half touchdown runs from Idae Alexander. Kai Callins added a 22-yard TD run and returned a punt 41 yards for a score as Guthrie had all of its points by halftime. Northwest (3-7) avoided the shutout in the fourth quarter on Eric McGee's 65-yard touchdown pass to Fredarian Ashley.
CRUSADERS ROUT STROUD
Colton Lindsey threw four touchdown passes to help Christian Heritage hammer Stroud 42-7 in a Class 2A nondistrict game.
Stroud (6-4) led 7-0 after the first quarter on Gage Wright's 1-yard touchdown run. Christian Heritage (7-3) answered in the second quarter with Lindsey's 4- and 15-yard TD passes to Gabe LittleJim. The Crusaders pulled away with a 28-point third quarter, which included Lindsey's 28- and 9-yard touchdown passes to Braden Mikes.
Joseph Lemieux added two TD run in the third quarter.
Lindsey finished 21 of 30 for 266 yards and no interceptions.
JACKSON HAS 3 TD RUNS FOR MEEKER
Dallas Jackson had touchdown runs of 52, 35 and 30 yards as Class 2A's No. 6-ranked Meeker throttled Holdenville, 44-0. Tim Whitfield had a 2-yard touchdown run, and then returned an interception 65 yards for another score to help Meeker finish the regular season 10-0. The Bulldogs' defense forced three turnovers and held Holdenville (2-8) to 67 yards.
DEL CITY BLANKS SOUTHEAST
Class 5A's No. 8-ranked Del City had three touchdowns from the defense in its 67-0 whipping of Southeast.
Davion Freeman returned an interception 40 yards for a score, Kindare McGlaughlin ran back a fumble 8 yards and Deonte Reed returned an interception 76 yards. The Del City defense forced seven turnovers and held the Spartans (2-8) to 15 total yards.
Will Trotter and Anthony Mason added two touchdown runs each for the playoff-bound Eagles, who finished the regular season with a 7-3 record.
CHARGERS QB TOO TOUGH
Heritage Hall quarterback Connor McGuinnis accounted for six touchdowns, and the Chargers blitzed Star Spencer 41-0 in a District 3A-3 game at Tidwell Stadium.
McGuinnis gave Heritage Hall (5-4) a 7-0 lead in the first quarter with an 8-yard run. McGuinnis then went to the air. He threw two touchdown passes each to Kevin McDaniel and Brendan Ezell.
MINCO ZAPS PIONEER
Class A's No. 5-ranked Minco crushed Pioneer 61-6 in a District A-3 game. Joe Mitchell accounted for three touchdowns, returning an interception 35 yards and catching 49- and 3-yard passes from Hunter Jones. Jacob Overton and Shannon Williams ran for two TDs each as Minco finished the regular season 9-1.
HARMON THROWS 4 TD PASSES
Matt Harman threw four touchdown passes, including two to Joe Nece, and Cashion outlasted Crossings Christian, 54-28. Harmon's scoring throws to Nece covered 68 and 24 yards. The quarterback added a 16-yard TD throw to Ryan Harrel and an 18-yarder to Dylan Kordelski as the Wildcats (8-2) pulled away with 40 points over the second and third quarters.
Pryor quarterback Brennon Barth ran for 351 yards and seven touchdowns over 30 carries, leading the Tigers to a 49-21 triumph over Tulsa East Central. Pryor (7-3) ran the football 106 times for 513 total yards. Barth attempted just one pass, which fell incomplete. The Tigers blew the game open with a 36-point second quarter. ... Salina whipped Kansas 47-13 behind Kyle Johnson, who scored the Wildcats' first 15 points on a 5-yard touchdown run, 30-yard interception return and 34-yard field goal. ... Mount St. Mary had touchdown runs from Malcolm Davis, Matt Peace, Archie Brown and Matt Beardsley, and the Rockets wrapped up the season with a 27-6 win at Little Axe. ... Mikey McClung had three touchdown runs for Community Christian, which blanked Lexington, 28-0.
HOW THEY FARED
How The Oklahoman's No. 1-ranked high school football teams fared during Week 10:
No. 1 Jenks (10-0) defeated No. 6 Bixby, 56-7.
No. 1 Guthrie (10-0) defeated Northwest Classen, 45-8.
No. 1 Anadarko (10-0) defeated Elgin, 54-0.
No. 1 Blanchard (9-0) defeated Tuttle, 35-28.
No. 1 Millwood (10-0) defeated Dibble, 53-0.
No. 1 Ringling (7-1) defeated Walters, 48-6.
No. 1 Laverne (10-0) defeated No. 3 Pond Creek-Hunter, 40-6.
No. 1 Cherokee (8-0) defeated Kremlin-Hillsdale, 47-0.
FROM STAFF REPORTS