Northwest Knights football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
4 - 6 2 - 4 2 - 2 .400 215 326

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2012-08-30 @ John Marshall W 35 - 16
2012-09-07 vs Northeast W 56 - 0
2012-09-14 vs Woodward L 21 - 28
2012-09-20 vs Western Heights W 56 - 27
2012-09-28 @ Guymon W 28 - 7
2012-10-05 vs El Reno L 7 - 23
2012-10-12 @ Carl Albert L 0 - 58
2012-10-19 vs McGuinness L 0 - 52
2012-10-26 @ Deer Creek L 12 - 66
2012-11-02 vs Guthrie L 0 - 49

TEAM STATS

Offense
Rush Yds Rush Yds Game Pass Yds Pass Yds/Game Yards Total Yards/Game Pts Total Pts/Game
550 275.0 69 34.5 619 309.5 91 45.5
DEFENSE
Rush Yds Allow Allow Rush/Game Pass Yds Allow Allow Pass/Game Yds Total Allow Yds Allow/Game Allow Pts Allow Pts/Game
169 84.5 25 12.5 194 97.0 16 8.0

ROSTER

Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
There are no players associated with this team.

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