Class 5A No. 1 Guthrie went on the road and held 6A Ponca City to 109 total yards and got three touchdowns from Bryan Dutton in a 36-7 victory.
Dutton carried 10 times for 87 yards and a touchdown, and completed 10 of 14 passes for 117 yards and two TDs. His touchdown throws went for 14 yards to L'loitt Curry and 25 yards to Cody Reihs.
Ada handles Idabel
Ada's quarterback-receiver tandem of Wyatt Robson and Easton Pingleton had another big night as the Class 4A No. 6 Cougars beat Idabel 46-6.
Pingleton caught nine passes for 75 yards and two TDs, and returned a fumble recovery 40 yards for another score. He had 10 catches for 122 yards last week.
Robson finished with 160 yards and the two scores. He and Pingleton each played just a half. The game was called after three quarters because of lightning.
Capitol Hill-U.S. Grant moved to Saturday
While other games battled weather delays Friday night, Capitol Hill and U.S. Grant didn't even make it to kickoff.
Power lines bringing electricity to C.B. Speegle Stadium were snapped by harsh winds during the storm that moved through Oklahoma City.
Power is expected to be restored and the game will be played at 6 p.m. Saturday at Speegle Stadium, according to Oklahoma City Public Schools athletic director Keith Sinor.
No. 2 Wayne wins handily
Louden Johnson scored two touchdowns on offense and two more on defense, leading No. 2 Wayne past Minco 46-12 in Class A.
Johnson had a 30-yard interception return for a score and a 93-yard fumble return, and added an 8-yard run in helping Wayne take a 27-0 lead after one quarter. His fourth TD came on a 13-yard run in the third quarter.
White, Knox lead Putnam City
Devin White had TD runs of 77 and 97 yards in Putnam City's 40-13 victory over Putnam City West. Javon Knox scored three touchdowns for the Pirates, on runs of 2, 14 and 8 yards.
PC West's TDs came on throws of 62 and 65 yards from Steven Stallings to Dameko Doddles.
Cashion wins behind Reasnor
Ty Reasnor's big night throwing the ball led Class A No. 7 Cashion past Central Sallisaw, 47-21. Reasnor was 21 of 30 for 377 yards and five touchdowns. He also scored on a 32-yard run.
Two of his TDs went to Joe Neece, who had eight catches for 151 yards.