High school football: Top-ranked Millwood too much for Christian Heritage

By Murray Evans, For The Oklahoman Modified: September 29, 2012 at 12:38 am •  Published: September 29, 2012
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Christian Heritage moved the ball well enough against the Falcons — finishing with 254 yards of offense and 16 first downs — but the Crusaders hurt themselves with two turnovers.

Meanwhile, only three Millwood drives didn’t end in points. The Falcons punted twice — one of those with less than 30 seconds left in the game — and had the ball as time expired to end the first half.

Potts completed his first nine passes. His first touchdown pass was a 19-yarder to Stephens on Millwood’s first drive. The Falcons went up 13-0 on their next drive, as Potts scrambled around to buy time before hitting McMillan for a 61-yard score.

Millwood then made it three-for-three, going 80 yards to take a 21-0 lead on Potts’ 25-yard touchdown pass to McMillan.

The Crusaders scored with 39.7 seconds left before halftime on a 5-yard pass from Colton Lindsey to Jacob Blair.


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