Edmond Memorial’s Warren Wand normally does his damage to opponents on the offensive side of the ball. He did that Friday night, rushing for nearly 300 yards and four touchdowns. But it was his lone defensive play that proved crucial against No. 6 Westmoore.
By Trent Shadid, Staff Writer | Published: Thu, Oct 16, 2014
Broken Arrow’s running back tandem of Jamall Shaw and Warren Leak worked together to form an unstoppable rushing attack on Thursday night. The pair combined to rush for 248 yards, as No. 5-ranked Broken Arrow routed No. 4-ranked Westmoore 42-10 at Moore Stadium.
The complexion of the high school football season changes with every week of district play, and suddenly, games that were expected to have big implications on district races suddenly don’t mean as much. At the same time, games that weren’t expected to be significantly impactful are surprisingly so. Week 7 has a lot of the second type of game.
Dillon Stoner was full of surprises for Jenks in a District 6AI-1 showdown with Westmoore on Friday night.
Stoner, a junior cornerback-wideout, scored touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams in a 41-0 victory at Hunter-Dwelley Stadium.
The loss was Westmoore's first this season.
By Trent Shadid, email@example.com | Published: Fri, Oct 3, 2014
The No. 3-ranked Jaguars stuck to the running game, and the defense tightened in the second half, as they scored 30 unanswered points on their way to defeating No. 9-ranked Edmond Santa Fe 44-35 at Wantland Stadium.