Jenks junior defensive tackle Marquise Overton picked up his eighth Division I offer on Friday, this time coming from Oklahoma.
Overton, who is ranked No. 86 in ESPN's Junior 300 and is listed on Rivals.com's 250 2015 Prospect Rankings, also has offers from Baylor, Illinois, Ole Miss, Oregon State, Texas Tech, Toledo and Tulsa.
LAWTON MACARTHUR, PRYOR SET GAME TIME FOR SATURDAY
Lawton MacArthur and Pryor will play the lone game outside of Friday next week, with a 4 p.m. kickoff Saturday in Lawton at Cameron Stadium.
The Class 6A quarterfinal between Lawton and Westmoore will be at 7 p.m. Friday night at Cameron Stadium.
Lawton MacArthur advanced to the Class 5A quarterfinals after holding off Deer Creek 34-29 on Friday. Pryor beat Skiatook 27-22.
On Thursday, Lawton held off a furious rally by Yukon for a 35-29 victory, while Westmoore rolled past Sand Springs 31-10.
DAVENPORT DEFENSE DELIVERS
Davenport coach John Greenfield had concerns with the speed of Coyle entering Friday night's first-round playoff game.
But those were soon alleviated after some in-game adjustments during the Bulldogs' 22-12 victory.
“We really played some good defense last night,” Greenfield said. “You can't simulate their speed in practice but once we got used to that we were fine. We pretty much shut everything down.”
The Bulldogs travel to Alex in the Class B quarterfinals on Friday.
Greenfield said he has been impressed with his young defense, which is anchored by senior Dakota Keith.
“We've been more physical this year than we have been in the past,” Greenfield said.
ARKOMA GETS FIRST PLAYOFF WIN
Arkoma's 70-24 victory against Timberlake on Friday was a monumental victory for the school.
The win is the first playoff victory in school history.
The Mustangs had a huge night from senior receiver Tanner Sweeten, who finished with more than 300 yards receiving. He now has more than 1,500 yards and more than 20 touchdowns on the season.
A win, though, means Arkoma gets to travel six hours to eight-man power Shattuck on Friday.
“It's funny, you go win the first playoff game in school history and you get to go to maybe the most legendary eight-man team, other than maybe Morrison,” Arkoma coach Mark Weatherton said. “That's kind of an ironic twist.”