COACHES TRY TO ADD TO TOTALS
The three coaches with the most state titles in Oklahoma history will be trying to add to their totals this weekend.
Jenks coach Allan Trimble has won more state football titles than any coach in history with nine, the last in 2007. His Trojans play Norman North at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater.
Clinton coach Mike Lee and Carl Albert's Gary Rose are tied for second on the list with eight.
Rose's Titans play Tulsa East Central at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Stillwater in the 5A game and Lee's Red Tornadoes take on Anadarko at 12:30 p.m. Saturday for the 4A title.
AIR RAID IN 2A SEMIFINAL
Friday night's Class 2A semifinal in Weatherford between Oklahoma Christian School and Frederick will feature two high-powered offenses.
“I would think it's going to be a pretty high-scoring game,” OCS coach Derek Turner said.
Turner said Frederick's offense resembles the Texas Tech spread under former coach Mike Leach.
“They come out throwing out of the locker room,” Turner said. “They are very good. They spread the field and run kind of the old Texas Tech offense where you widen your linemen out with four-foot splits.”
OCS can score, too. Saints quarterback Austin Brooks has thrown 45 touchdowns this season, 20 to wide receiver Blake Barnes.