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High school notebook: Stillwater controls own destiny vs. Tulsa Union

Stillwater is unbeaten in District 6A-4 and now has an opportunity to win the district championship in a Week 10 showdown with Tulsa Union.
BY JASON KERSEY AND SCOTT WRIGHT Published: October 29, 2011

The Comanche defense has allowed fewer than 14 points per game and could provide a challenge for the Leopards' high-powered offense.

Lindsay quarterback Hunter Eubank is averaging more than 300 passing yards per game, with his top three targets, Aaron Smith, Colt Taylor and Zevan Schmidt averaging better than 20 yards per catch.

Poteau's Klutts goes wild

In the only number that mattered, Poteau came out on the wrong end, losing 59-56 to Fort Gibson Friday. But senior quarterback Wilson Klutts posted some other impressive numbers.

Klutts completed 27 of 43 passes for 401 yards and five touchdowns. He also rushed for 168 yards and two scores on 25 carries. For the season, Klutts has accounted for a total of more than 2,900 yards and 31 TDs running and throwing.

No. 1 and holding

You can't lose if you don't play, so top-ranked teams Davis (Class 2A) and Deer Creek-Lamont (Class C) didn't have to worry about any threat to their No. 1 rankings.

For two teams hoping to be playing for five or six more weeks, the rest could prove valuable.

While Davis will close the regular season against winless Antlers, Deer Creek-Lamont will face Covington-Douglas, which is playing for a higher seed in the District C-3 race. Thanks to district points, DC-Lamont has already sealed up the No. 1 seed, but Covington-Douglas and Timberlake are battling for the No. 2 spot.

Chandler's Caldwell picks Ottawa

Chandler's Candace Caldwell signed a softball letter of intent with Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kan., last week.

The senior infielder batted .357 with two home runs for the Lions this season and was selected as an all-conference player twice in her career.