While the 387 yards and five TDs of OCS quarterback Austin Brooks in Saturday's championship game made me strongly rethink my choice here, I'm going with Chancellor's 359 receiving yards and four touchdowns on just six receptions — 59.8 yards per catch — against Carl Albert. And Chancellor did it all with a cast protecting his broken left hand.
Jacob Unruh: Westmoore QB Jhames West in Jaguars' 29-16 win over Norman North, Sept. 13. West threw three touchdown passes and rushed for one, as Westmoore handed the Class 6A runner-up its lone regular-season loss. West was very impressive running the offense in the second half, orchestrating three TD drives that turned a 9-7 halftime deficit into the victory.
Ryan Aber: Putnam City North 63, Midwest City 27, Oct. 7
At this point in the season, it wasn't a huge surprise that the Panthers came out with the win.
But the Panthers flat dominated the Bombers in a way that score can't even show.
Putnam North RB Tae Moore ran for four touchdowns in the game's first eight minutes.
Moore finished with 187 yards rushing and added a touchdown catch later.
Scott Wright: Carl Albert 56, McGuinness 33, Oct. 23
Carl Albert's turnaround from 1-5 to state champion was a shocker, but more specifically, the second half performance by the Titans in their 56-33 semifinal win over McGuinness. Carl Albert led 14-13 at halftime, and the game looked to be a nail-biter. But the Titans' Bryan Williams returned the second-half kickoff for a TD to spark the rout, then QB Steven Thompson guided them to touchdowns on all six second-half possessions.
Jacob Unruh: Del City 41, Lawton MacArthur 18, Sept. 20
This was the game that proved Del City was a playoff team. The Eagles scored 20 points in the fourth quarter on the road at Cameron Stadium, completing a rout the Highlanders rarely suffer.