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High school football playoff roundup: Seminole pounds Heritage Hall

Seminole running back Papi White totaled 347 yards and two touchdowns on 36 carries, Chieftains coast to 52-27 victory.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: November 22, 2013

Seminole running back Papi White rolled up 347 yards and two touchdowns on 36 carries Friday night, and the Chieftains whipped Heritage Hall 52-27 in the second round of the Class 3A state football playoffs.

White scored from 11 and 13 yards to help Seminole move to 12-0. He was complemented by Doc Harvey, who ran for 108 yards and five TDs on 22 carries

Heritage Hall, done at 6-5, trailed just 22-21 at halftime. But the Chieftains dominated after the break as Harvey scored touchdowns from 21, 15 and 13 yards.

Seminole finished with 455 total yards, all by rush. It attempted just one pass, which fell incomplete, and punted just twice.

Heritage Hall led twice, 7-0 and 14-6, after a touchdown pass and scoring run from quarterback Connor McGuinnis in the first quarter. He added a 40-yard TD run in the second quarter and a 1-yard score in the fourth.


Defending Class 5A state champion Carl Albert is done after its 52-13 loss at McAlester. The setback was the Titans' worst since 1970, a 52-6 regular-season loss to Edmond. Carl Albert finished this season 9-3, while McAlester improved to 11-1.


Anadarko charged to a 20-point lead in the first quarter, and then went on to rout Catoosa 40-14 in a Class 4A game.

Running back R.J. Sink had 84-, 20-, 1- and 66-yard touchdown runs for Anadarko, which is 12-0. Brandon Pollard added 84- and 26-yard TD passes to Josh Parton. The Warriors rolled up 414 total yards.

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