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Friday night rewind: Passing game carries Yukon past Norman North; Harrah stays unbeaten

From Staff Reports Modified: October 2, 2010 at 12:41 am •  Published: October 1, 2010

They finished with 473 total yards to more than make up for 11 penalties.

Jacob Welt had 139 yards on 18 carries and scored Harrah's final TD.


Deer Creek got its running game back on track in a 69-13 victory over Southeast.

Paced by Alex Christenson and Michael Coleman, the Antlers (3-2, 1-1 in District 5A-1) had 498 yards on 36 carries — an average of nearly 14 yards per carry.

Christian ran for 174 yards including TD runs of 26 and 50 yards. Coleman had 107 yards and two touchdowns. Brennan Miyake added TD runs of 22 and 21 yards. In all, the Antlers had five scoring runs of 25 yards or longer.

Deer Creek lost its top running back, Colten Sander, for the season in Week 3. In a loss to Guthrie last week, the Antlers ran for just 74 yards.


Brandon Swindall, Millwood: Swindall scored touchdowns on interception returns of 87, 77 and 18 yards as the Falcons, No. 1 in Class 2A, beat Luther 60-6.

Aliston Cobb, Douglass: Cobb scored four touchdowns, including runs of 73 and 58 yards, and finished with 187 rushing yards in a 44-0 victory over Santa Fe South.

Justin Schanbacher, Cherokee: Schanbacher scored on runs of 39, 54 and 52 yards in a 38-8 victory over Seiling.

Josh Covert, Santa Fe South: Covert, a senior linebacker, made 19 tackles in a 44-0 loss to Class 4A No. 3 Douglass.

Jeremy Seaton, Cashion: Seaton ran for 172 yards and four touchdowns and made seven tackles, three for loss, as Class A's top-ranked Wildcats beat Crescent 39-7.

John McCracken, Blanchard: McCracken carried 16 times for 157 yards and three touchdowns and caught one TD pass as Blanchard beat Pauls Valley 42-15.

Connor Kirby, Deer Creek-Lamont: Kirby scored on runs of 25, 36 and 6 yards, and he had a 22-yard TD reception in a 66-14 victory over Coyle.

Blake Henderson, Bridge Creek: Henderson scored four touchdowns as Bridge Creek improved to 4-1 with a 42-7 victory over Weatherford.


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