Porter’s kick capped an odd night for Norman North (5-4 overall, 3-3 district), which turned the ball over five times and saw its high-powered offense produce only 13 points through three quarters against winless Moore.
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer | Published: Thu, Oct 16, 2014
The eighth-ranked Timberwolves will face No. 3 Edmond North in the opening round of the state tournament Friday at Shawnee High School. The 6A tournament begins at noon, with Edmond North and Norman North capping off the day at 4:30 p.m.
Mustang gave up three touchdowns in the first 4 minutes and 40 seconds Thursday night. But the Bronco defense was nearly perfect the rest of the night to lead the charge in a 41-27 win over seventh-ranked Norman North at Harve Collins Field.
Hogan’s 78-yard score gave Norman North an early lead it wouldn’t surrender as Volk added three rushing touchdowns for the No. 3 Timberwolves in a 42-28 win over Yukon on Thursday night at Harve Collins Field.
Defensive coaches across Class 6A-I are going have their hands full with Norman North’s offense this season. Mostly, it’s the versatility of two players — quarterback John Kolar and running back Quan Hogan — that makes stopping the Timberwolves’ offense a tall task for opponents.