McGuinness wins through the air
Bishop McGuinness' new faster-paced offense worked about as well against a varsity opponent as it had in Week 1 against a JV team.
The Class 4A No. 5 Fighting Irish, who beat Shawnee's JV 42-0 a week ago, scored four times through the air Friday in defeating Tulsa Bishop Kelley 35-17.
Camden Tharp threw touchdown passes of 33 yards to Tyler Konarik and 25 yards to Danny Krenger in a 21-point first quarter. The other TD came on a 10-yard run by Jacob Lewis.
Kelley scored the next 17 points, 10 in the second quarter and a touchdown in the third, before Tharp and Konarik connected on a 19-yard TD later in the third. The same two teamed up again on the final Irish touchdown, a 54-yarder in the fourth quarter.
A ball-control team in recent years, McGuinness throws frequently under new coach Justin Jones. Tharp finished 11-of-23 for 246 yards. The Irish defense, meanwhile, had two interceptions as Kelley completed only 4-of-17 passes.
Sheldon Wilson and Tyler Melton had big nights in leading Class 3A No. 2 Anadarko to a 53-14 victory over Centennial.
Wilson gained 105 yards and scored twice on just four carries; one of his TDs came on a 59-yard run. He also had two catches for 90 yards and two touchdowns.
Melton was 6-of-7 for 187 yards and four TDs without an interception.
Centennial got a 63-yard touchdown run from Tre'von Threat and a 5-yard TD run by Terry Davis Jr.
Putnam City beats PC West
Casey Curtis had a big night at tailback, scoring three touchdowns in leading Putnam City to a 49-14 victory over Putnam City West.
Curtis scored on a 1-yard run to tie the score at 7 in the second quarter. He added TD runs of 68 and 23 yards in the third quarter, when the Pirates scored 28 points. He finished with 162 yards on 14 carries.
Jacky Smith had a 37-yard touchdown catch and returned an interception 45 yards for a score.
Johnathan Jimenez scored both Putnam West touchdowns, on a 27-yard pass reception and a 97-yard kick return.
Morrison wins behind Quinada
Dillon Quinada's 295 yards rushing and four touchdowns carried Morrison to a 32-22 victory over Cashion.
Quinada scored three of Morrison's four TDs after Cashion had taken an early 8-0 lead on a TD pass from Ty Reasnor to Britt Pasler and a 2-point conversion. Quinada's scoring runs covered 30, 15 and 41 yards. He added a 32-yarder later.
Reasnor and Pasler connected on Cashion's other two scores: TD passes of 5 and 15 yards in the fourth quarter.
Claborn's arm paces Bethany
Ryley Claborn threw four touchdown passes as Class 3A No. 2 Bethany defeated Pauls Valley 56-6.
Three of Claborn's TDs came in a 28-point second quarter, each to a different receiver. He threw a 27-yarder to Brett Gilstrap, a 4-yarder to Garrett McRady and a 9-yarder to Gage Diffee. Claborn's final touchdown pass was to John Page, a 12-yarder in the third quarter.
The Bronchos totaled 386 yards in improving to 2-0.
Blue Jays have easy time
Guthrie, ranked No. 2 in Class 5A, had no trouble remaining unbeaten as the Blue Jays defeated Ponca City 43-7.
Guthrie outgained the Wildcats 421-148 behind Bryan Dutton and Luke Davis. Dutton was 9-of-11 passing for 133 yards and three touchdowns, and ran for 50 yards; Davis scored twice on the ground and caught at TD pass.
Scott carries Windsor Hills
J.R. Scott scored six touchdowns and ran for 284 yards in Windsor Hills' 58-8 victory over Life Christian.
Scott had two TD runs of 40 yards, and scored on runs of 38, 10, 20 and 10 yards in a game that ended in the third quarter due to the mercy rule.
Little Axe 48, Lexington 20
Austin Hodge threw for 370 yards and three touchdowns as Little Axe beat Lexington 48-20.
Hodge was 13-of-26 through the air and scored twice on short runs. All three of his TD passes were big plays — 69 yards to Steven Dye, 56 yards to Cory Matlock and 56 yards to Charles Lynn.
From Staff Reports