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Jones trims Sequoyah-Claremore, gets Blanchard next

Two-time state champion Hennessey eliminated with 43-13 loss to Vian. Frederick continues to roll on offense.
From Staff and Tulsa World Reports Published: November 23, 2012

David Cornwell's 35-yard touchdown pass with 33 seconds left in the first half turned out as the game-winner Friday night, and Jones trimmed Sequoyah-Claremore 10-3 in a Class 3A state football quarterfinal in Claremore.

Jones (11-2) will play Blanchard (11-1) in a semifinal next week. The game site and date will be announced this weekend by the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association.

Jones and Blanchard played a District 3A-1 game on Oct. 12. Blanchard edged the Longhorns 28-25 at Jones.

Cornwell avoided heavy pressure and found Randal Case for the winning touchdown. Nathan Lee's point-after kick made it 10-3.

Lee had given the Longhorns a 3-0 lead on their first possession with a 33-yard field goal. Sequoyah-Claremore answered with 7:28 left in the second quarter on Chance Schultz's 22-yard field goal.

Jones' defense delivered a big stop with five minutes left in the game. Sequoyah-Claremore was at Jones' 38 when it failed to convert on a fourth-and-5 play. Jones defensive end Logan Hinkston then fell on a fumble at the Eagles' 40 with 2:22 to play. The Longhorns milked the rest of the clock to clinch the win.


Top-ranked Vian remained unbeaten with a 43-13 rout of two-time Class 2A defending state champion Hennessey. Rowdy Simon led Vian (13-0) with 135 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries. He was complemented by quarterback Landon Decker, who was 5 of 8 for 102 yards and two touchdowns passing. Tre Locust had 99 receiving yards for the victor.

Hennessey (10-3) led 7-0 early on Dylan Hatchel's 4-yard TD pass to Carlos Torres. Vian took over from there and rolled up 427 total yards.

“I never doubted these guys one bit,” Vian coach Brandon Tyler said. “There's a reason we put 43 points on the board. They're winners. We had some other chances to blow this thing out that we didn't take advantage of but bottom line is, we're going to the semifinals.”

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