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TECUMSEH: ASHLEE BIRCHALL Athletics: Two-time state qualifier in tennis. Received team’s Black and Gold Award. Played four years of varsity tennis, three years of varsity volleyball. Named volleyball team’s utility player of the year. Academics: Grade point average of 3.9. Ranked in the top 10 percent of her class. National Honor Society. Activities: Link Crew for freshman orientation. Family,...
2014 Scholar-Athletes: Part 6
BY JENNI CARLSON | Jun 29, 2014TECUMSEH: ASHLEE BIRCHALL Athletics: Two-time state qualifier in tennis. Received team’s Black and Gold Award. Played four years of varsity tennis, three years of varsity volleyball. Named volleyball team’s utility player of the year. Academics: Grade point average of 3.9. Ranked in the top 10 percent of her class. National Honor Society. Activities: Link Crew for freshman orientation. Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. Quote: “Ashlee is a fine example to other students and always puts forth her best effort. She is a joy to be around.” — Jennifer McKnight, tennis coach College choice: Oklahoma Baptist Also nominated: None TUTTLE: PEYTON GARRETT Athletics: All-region and coaches’ all-state reserve in softball as a senior. Member of third-place 3,200-meter relay team at state track as a junior. Played four years varsity in softball, basketball and track. Will play softball at Northwestern Oklahoma State Academics: Grade point average of 4.0. Ranked at the top of her class. Superintendent’s Honor Roll for four years. National Honor Society. Oklahoma Honor Society. Activities: Church youth group. Quote: “Peyton has high expectations, lofty goals and honorable standards by which she lives, works and plays.” — Connie Traxler, conselor College choice: Northwestern Oklahoma State Also nominated: None U.S. GRANT: TONY LUGO Athletics: Second place at the conference wrestling meet as a senior. Team captain in soccer as a senior. Four-year varsity starter in soccer and cross country, two-year in wrestling. Academics: Grade point average of 3.9. National Honor Society. Activities: Senior class president. Junior class treasurer. Technology Students Association reporter. Junior Rotarian. Youth Council of OKC. U.S. Grant Leadership Class. Quote: “I have always been proud of Tony because he uses his talents and influence to better the community and our school.” — Stephen Cookson, soccer coach College choice: Oklahoma Also nominated: None WASHINGTON: JOSH HARDAGE Athletics: Honorable mention Class 3A All-State and honorable mention Little All-City in basketball as a senior. Member of two state tournament teams. State qualifier in cross country and track. Academics: Scored 30 in the ACT. Weighted grade point average of 4.2. National Honor Society. Activities: Senior class vice president. Student council. Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Fish Club. Science Club. Quote: “He is a great role model for the younger generation of Washington Warriors. He is the type of young man parents want their children to aspire to be.” — David Crabbe, principal College choice: Undecided Also nominated: None WAYNE: LOUDEN JOHNSON Athletics: Member of a state championship team in football as a sophomore. Two-time honorable mention All-State running back. Second-team Little All-City as a junior, honorable mention as a senior. Will play football at East Central. Academics: Grade point average of 4.0. Valedictorian. National Honor Society president. Activities: Future Farmers of America. Student council. Yearbook. Masonic Student of Today. Quote: “Louden has always been a young man that has set goals and worked steadfastly to achieve those goals.” — Brandon Sharp, athletic director College choice: East Central Also nominated: None WELLSTON: BRIANNA NEELY Athletics: Four-year varsity starter in slowpitch softball, three-year in softball. Received softball team’s pitcher award as a junior. Received slowpitch team’s outfielder award as a sophomore. Played four years of varsity basketball. Academics: Weighted grade point average of 4.1. Valedictorian. Scored 22 on the ACT. National Honor Society. Activities: Two-year qualifier for National Fine Arts. Quote: “Brianna’s maturity allows her to understand there is a time to work hard and be serious as well as a time to relax and have fun.” — Matt Hall, basketball coach College choice: Southwestern Oklahoma State Also nominated: None WESTMOORE: ELIZABETH DiSALVATORE Athletics: Honorable mention All-City cross country as a senior. Three-time state qualifier. Honorable mention All-City soccer as a junior. Will play soccer at Central Oklahoma. Academics: Scored 28 on the ACT. Weighted grade point average of 4.5. National Honor Society. Oklahoma Academic Scholar. Activities: Student council president. Senior council. Fellowship of Christian Athletes facilitator. OKC Youth Leadership. Quote: “She talked other kids into coming out ... and helped to instill the importance of doing the right thing, being dedicated and finishing what you start.” — Laura Clay, cross country coach College choice: Central Oklahoma Also nominated: Tripp Fuller
Lee averaged 15.1 points per game for the Vikings, who finished 26-2 and state runner-up. The General Motors employee died at age 59.
Tributes: Stanley Stanley Lee helped Northeast reach the Class 3A basketball finals in 1972
By Scott Munn | Feb 26, 2014A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed the game day experience: •Stanley Lee, 59, of Oklahoma City earned a basketball scholarship to Texas Tech, where he earned a degree in physical education. He spent 30 years working for General Motors, where he stood tall among his co-workers. At 6-foot-7, Lee teamed with fellow starters Lawrence Wilson, Roy Burris, Russell Post and Clarence Lucky to help the Northeast High School basketball team reach the Class 3A state championship game in 1972. The No. 1-ranked Vikings entered the tournament at the Big House with a 24-1 record, their only loss coming against Tulsa Washington. Lee and Co. beat Guthrie and Okmulgee in the first-two rounds but lost a 64-59 title decision to an unbeaten Miami squad that received game-clinching free throws from future OU All-America wide receiver Tinker Owens. Lee finished the season averaging 15.1 points per game. •Curtis Richmond, 68, was a customer service manager for United Airlines in Houston. He grew up in Oklahoma, where he excelled in football, basketball and tennis in the 1960s at Shawnee High School. As a senior, Richmond was named Shawnee’s Athlete of the Year. He won state tennis championships in singles and doubles and compiled an 82-4 record as a high-schooler. Richmond then played tennis at Southeastern State University and was an NAIA All-American as well as the Oklahoma Collegiate Conference champion in singles and doubles. He was inducted into the school’s Athletics Hall of Fame and also the Missouri Valley/Oklahoma Tennis Hall of Fame. •John Langford, 88, of Oklahoma City was a member of the PGA for 66 years. He played in the PGA Championship eight times and had two top-10 finishes. Langford later played in the Senior PGA Championship as well as several local tournaments. •Former Oklahoma wrestler Sid Terry died in Wichita, Kan., at age 75. Terry was a championship wrestler at Edmond High School and received a scholarship to OU. He lettered for the 1958, ’59 and ’60 seasons. Terry won the Big Eight championship at 157 pounds in 1960, the same season the Sooners won the national championship. Terry was a second-team All-American in 1959; that season, he had a landmark victory as a 167-pounder. He defeated previously unbeaten Bruce Campbell to help OU stun defending national champion Oklahoma State. After college, Terry was a flight instructor for the Air Force and worked in the insurance business. •Louis Arambula, 80, of Moore was a Golden Gloves boxing champion as a teenager. Arambula fought in the 126- and 135-pound divisions for the Oklahoma City Elks and Southside boxing clubs. He was a veteran of the Korean War and spent 37 years as an air traffic controller. • Danny Thurman, 68, of Sand Springs was an Army veteran who served during the Vietnam War. He would spend 22 years as a mechanic at Fred Jones Ford and used those wrenching skills in dirt car racing. Thurman owned and served as a crew chief for local super modified drivers such as D.E. Suggs, George Armstrong, Donnie Crawford and Herb Copeland. Thurman owned race cars that twice won points championships at Tulsa Speedway. • Dwight Rymer had a way of breaking away from the pack. He starred in track and field at Cheyenne High School, winning five first-place ribbons during his career. That speed and agility came in handy as an Army soldier during World War II. Rymer was captured in Luxembourg by German forces, and while marching to a prisoner of war camp, he and comrade slipped under a bridge. They then hiked through the mountains to freedom in Belgium. Rymer, a Morrison resident, died at age 89 after careers in dairy farming, education and banking. • Deneen Olson Uhrman, 49, of Jenks was a career educator. As a youngster, she was one of the first girls to play Little League baseball in her native Ohio. She was a four-sport letterman at Loraine Catholic High School. • Donald Booher, 80, of Tulsa remained a Chickasha Chicks sports fan long after he graduated. He was a member of Oklahoma State baseball teams that qualified for the College World Series in 1954 and 1955. Booher liked to hunt and fish, and he was an avid golfer who played on courses in Ireland and Scotland. He had a hole-in-one. •John Yaroslavski Jr., 66, of Norman was a high school cross country and track standout in his native New Jersey....Jack Hammock, 80, of Oklahoma City was a cabinet maker who enjoyed calf roping on the side....Ann Jones Colby, 80, of Vinita played high school basketball with sister Sallye at White Oak. ... Mildred Turner Marshall, 85, of Lawton was a barrel racer and played basketball at Walters High School. ... • Joe Richardson, 74, of Fort Worth was a Snyder High School graduate who returned to his alma-mater as a coach. He spent three years at Snyder before coaching in Irving, Texas. ... Jimmy Brown, 16, was a junior at Tecumseh High School. He played for the Savages’ bowling and golf teams. ... Raymond Lutomski, 79, of Shawnee was a bullrider who often participated in the old Harrah rodeo.
Jan 22, 2014
The athletic 6-foot-5 senior, who averaged 18.8 points per game last season, has been a key force in the Wildcats' 8-1 start this year.
High school notebook: Piedmont basketball standout Cameron Peters commits to Oklahoma Christian
By Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and Trent Shadid | Jan 22, 2014Piedmont forward Cameron Peters verbally committed to Oklahoma Christian, according to his father. The athletic 6-foot-5 senior, who averaged 18.8 points per game last season, has been a key force in the Wildcats' 8-1 start this year. Piedmont, currently ranked No. 4 in Class 5A, is in action Thursday against Clinton in the opening round of Kingfisher's Buckle of the Wheatbelt Tournament. SOUTHMOORE WRESTLING CLAIMS 6A-2 TITLE Southmoore won its second consecutive district wrestling title at Mustang on Tuesday with three dual wins. The SaberCats defeated Mustang (42-25), Choctaw (39-31), and Norman North (46-30) to win the 6A-2 title and advance to the Class 6A Dual State Tournament. “I think we had the toughest district in the state,” said Southmoore coach Greg George, whose team is ranked No. 7 in 6A. “We're the only district that had all four teams ranked. I felt lucky to go in there and be able to get three wins. We didn't really know what to expect coming in, but we wrestled well.” Southmoore joins second-ranked Stillwater, which won District 6A-7 last week, as the only teams to qualify for the 6A tournament so far. The other six participants will be decided by the end of the month. The 5A and 6A dual state tournaments will be held Feb. 15 at Yukon. TUTTLE TOPS LAWTON MACARTHUR IN DUAL Class 4A's top-ranked Tuttle defeated 5A No. 2 Lawton MacArthur, 40-15, in Lawton on Tuesday. Tuttle's Tanner Litterell (113 pounds), Blake Dauphin (126 pounds), and Brik Flippo (132 pounds) lead the way as each earned wins over state placers. Tanner Johnson (138 pounds), Dayton Garrett (145 pounds), and Dakota Head (160 pounds) picked up bonus-point wins to put the dual out of reach as the Tigers won 11 of the 14 matches. Tuttle is now 5-0 in dual competition this season and will begin its district title defense with duals against Santa Fe South and Tecumseh on Thursday. BASEBALL COACHES' CLINIC SET The 48th Annual Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association Winter Clinic is set for this weekend at the Bricktown Hotel, 2001 E. Reno Ave. The clinic begins Friday and runs through Sunday. Also set for Saturday is the 11th Annual OBCA Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame banquet at 7 p.m. Coaches being honored include Red Oak's Trey Booth, Cordell's Bobby Blackburn, Clinton's Kelly Gaunt, Rattan's Chris Gibbs and Cameron's John Long. Tickets for the banquet are $20 and need to be purchased by Thursday. Contact John Schwartz at 348-3839 or Jason Pickard at 623-8546. BLANKENSHIP LEAVES MUSKOGEE, JOINS TU STAFF Another Class 6A football program lost its head coach this week when Muskogee coach Josh Blankenship was named quarterbacks coach at the University of Tulsa. Blankenship joins his father, head coach Bill Blankenship, and brother Adam Blankenship, who coaches defensive ends. During his three years at Muskogee, Josh Blankenship was 8-21. Blankenship said his father offered him a job on Tulsa's staff in 2011, but he had accepted the job at Muskogee a week before and felt he needed to be there. BARTLESVILLE’S TUCKER ADDS OFFERS Bartlesville junior Hailey Tucker’s recruiting is just getting started. The 6-foot-2 star has picked up three offers since Friday — from Oklahoma State, Tulsa and Washington — to add to the Kansas State offer she already possessed, the Oklahoma High School Sports Express reports. Tucker is averaging 23.5 points per game this season for the Bruins, who open Carl Albert’s Titan Classic at 5:30 p.m. Thursday against Capitol Hill.
We went down to Waco, Texas, last week for a football game. Maybe you heard. Photographers Bryan Terry and Jim Beckel, videographer (Johnny) Damon Fontenot and myself drove down Wednesday. In Waco, we hooked up with OU writers Bobby Hebert (Ryan Aber) and J.K.
Berry Tramel | Nov 12, 2013We went down to Waco, Texas, last week for a football game. Maybe you heard. Photographers Bryan Terry and Jim Beckel, videographer (Johnny) Damon Fontenot and myself drove down Wednesday. In Waco, we hooked up with OU writers Bobby Hebert (Ryan Aber) and J.K. McKay (Jason Kersey), who drove separate because Bobby Hebert had to stop back in Dallas to cover the Sooner basketball game Friday afternoon. I’ve never been a big Waco fan, but in recent years, the place has grown on me. No hotel gouging. Easy to get to. Easy to get to Floyd Casey Stadium. But this trip was unlike any to Waco. Because of the edifice rising hard by Interstate 35. FLOYD CASEY, WE HARDLY KNEW THEE On Dec. 7, Floyd Casey Stadium goes to that big sports coliseum in the sky. Baylor hosts Texas in the final game of the 64-year-old stadium that sits about four miles from the Baylor campus. Let’s see. I’ll try to describe where Baylor’s stadium sits. Imagine if OU was where the new hospital is in Norman, on Tecumseh Road, on the west side of I-35. Then imagine if Owen Field was on Main Street, about where Norman High School is. Just sitting there, in the middle of a bunch of commercial enterprises. That describes Baylor’s setup. Floyd Casey Stadium was named for the father of Carl Casey, a Baylor trustee and booster who in 1988 gave the university $5 million toward an $8 million renovation project. It has plenty of parking but is not in the same league with the stadiums at Texas, OSU, OU, Texas Tech and TCU, the schools with which Baylor competes. Floyd Casey has its charms. For instance, everyone parks about as close to the stadium as anywhere in college football. Sometimes when we’ve arrived early, we’ve parked literally 50 yards from the pressbox elevator. But the truth is, the stadium is out of date. A relic from the days of the Southwest Conference. Fan and media amenities are minimal; the pressbox was not equipped to host the throng that assembled on the OU-Baylor game. Bob Stoops’ post-game press conference was held literally on a concourse in the stadium. Some gates drop near the end of the game, just to keep fans at bay. But they still can look and listen and even do some catcalling, though that’s been a problem only recently. It’s a place few will miss. Which brings us to Baylor Stadium, a 45,000-capacity stadium under construction just north of the Brazos River and literally a few yards east of I-35, adjacent to the Baylor campus. It rises stunningly as you drive through Waco and screams that a new era has arrived in Baylor football. First the Heisman Trophy (Robert Griffin III in 2011). Then maybe a Big 12 title (Art Briles’ 2013 Bears). Then a pristine stadium to match the jewels of the Big 12. The stadium opens next Aug. 30, when Baylor hosts SMU. OSU plays down in Waco next November. It’s quite the impressive place. Baylor football never will be the same. SOUTHERN COMFORT Like most of my trips anywhere, a stop or three at Sonic is mandatory. We stopped for a drink and a snack at the Sonic in Marietta, and the gal who served the drive-through was totally charming. She had a pleasant personality, but she also had a Little Dixie accent. I’ve got quite the Okie twang myself. I once walked into a New Jersey Burger King with former OU assistant coach Scott Hill, we ordered something and the girl got tickled at our accents. She asked if we were from Texas. Scott is — he grew up in Hurst, the Fort Worth suburb. But not all Okie accents are created equal. In southern and southeastern Oklahoma, the accents take on more of a Deep South bent, as opposed to a Texas bent. My wife’s family is from Ada; her cousins sound different than people who live just up the road at Shawnee. I’ve always figured the South culture starts, at least in this part of the country, somewhere around Pauls Valley/Wynnewood and goes east. Certainly the gal at the Marietta Sonic qualifies. And coming back through Friday, we stopped just to hear it again. Which we did. Even though it was a different girl. WACO ATTRACTIONS Waco, Texas, sounds like an exotic place. I’ve written about that before, how romantic places like Waco and Lubbock and Fort Worth and College Station seemed when I was a kid, listening to Saturday night college football on the radio. Exotic? No. Interesting? Yes. And it has nothing to do with David Koresh. Waco’s population is about 124,000, which makes it only slightly larger than Norman. But Waco’s metro population is about 224,00. By comparison, Lubbock is about 291,000. We don’t really have a comparative place in Oklahoma. We go from Lawton (125,000 metro population) to Tulsa (960,000 metro population). Waco is home to at least three museum/hall of fames: The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame/Museum (the law enforcers, not the baseball team); The Dr Pepper Museum; and the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. I’ve been to the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, which is interesting if you’re a sports historian, though in all honesty, it’s not as impressive as the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame. I have not been to the Texas Ranger Museum, but it’s connected to the Baylor campus, and I’d love to go. I watched “Laredo,” the old TV Western, when I was a kid. I’d like to know what was truth and what was fiction. I have not been to the Dr Pepper Museum, but I’d love to go. JK McKay, Bobby Hebert and Johnny Damon went on Thursday afternoon and said it was great. The guy who ran it is a big OU fan. I couldn’t go, because I had to do a video hangout, but I didn’t need to go. I haven’t had a Dr Pepper in 15 years. I gave up Coke and Dr Pepper in 1998, and gave up caffeine totally in 2000. I still drink root beer, and I’m sure some of the root beer I drink has caffeine, but for the most part, no caffeine. But I still can remember the taste of Dr Pepper and Coca-Cola, and I could drink a gallon of each. Put me in a museum like that, and I’d fall off the wagon. Or on the wagon. I never can reach that straight. GUTPACK CITY For lunch on Thursday, we went to Vitek’s barbeque, a Waco tradition since 1915. That’s right. 1915. Vitek’s seems to be a solid BBQ joint, with lots of football memorabilia, but it’s famous for its Gut Pack. The Gut Pack is sort of a barbeque version of a Frito chili pie. I figured when in Rome, so I had the Gut Pack. The Gut Pack uses Fritos as a base, topped with shredded cheese, chopped beef, beans, sausage, pickles, onions, jalapenos and bread. A small Gut Pack is $5.25. Large is $8.25. I got the large and doused it with barbeque sauce. It was interesting. Good, too, but more interesting than good. Frankly, I could have done without the Fritos. But I liked the bean/cheese/meat mix. I don’t know if I would order the Gut Pack again. But I’m glad I ordered it this time. OUR DAILY BREAD For dinner Wednesday night, we went to Baris, a mom-and-pop Italian place just down from Floyd Casey Stadium. Looks like the joint once was a Pizza Hut. The place was hopping at 8 p.m. on a Wednesday night. So much so, we couldn’t find a parking space. So we parked at a Mexican food place next door that had far more spaces than customers. When we got over to Baris, we saw a sign in the window that said please don’t park next door. So I went and moved the Expedition. Getting towed is of no interest to me. I’d been to Baris before, and it was excellent. Inexpensive, unpretentious. The pizza was excellent — we shared one as an appetizer — and the entrees were solid. But the best part of the meal was the bread. These huge rolls, seemed to have just the right touch of garlic. I bathed them in butter and couldn’t imagine anything better. None of the other guys had been to Baris. They all saluted my selection.
Nov 7, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright makes his predictions for Friday's Week 10 games.
High school football: Week 10 picks for Friday's games
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Nov 7, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 144-25 (85.2 pct.) Overall record: 1,274-306 (80.6 pct.) Friday's Games City Area CUSHING 35, Bethany 14 SW COVENANT 48, Bokoshe 14 WESTMOORE 35, Broken Arrow 34 EDMOND SANTA FE 35, Choctaw 31 LEXINGTON 28, Community Christian 24 Coyle 44, SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 12 Crescent 42, PAWNEE 8 Crooked Oak 44, NORTHEAST 20 CASHION 35, Crossings Christian 12 Davenport 56, GANS 8 Del City 49, SOUTHEAST 14 MILLWOOD 56, Dibble 20 Douglass 24, ADA 20 Edmond Memorial 45, PC WEST 18 CARL ALBERT 38, El Reno 13 WESTERN HEIGHTS 44, Guymon 20 Harrah 33, McLOUD 30 Hennessey 29, ALVA 26 Heritage Hall 42, STAR SPENCER 20 Jones 34, BRIDGE CREEK 14 Kingfisher 44, MARLOW 14 NORMAN NORTH 40, Lawton Eisenhower 22 PAULS VALLEY 28, Madill 27 Mannford 42, TECUMSEH 16 DEER CREEK 35, McGuinness 32 Meeker 35, HOLDENVILLE 7 Newcastle 42, BETHEL 6 LAWTON 35, Norman 21 GUTHRIE 49, Northwest 13 Oklahoma Christian 38, LUTHER 35 Piedmont 32, WEATHERFORD 28 MINCO 44, Pioneer 12 Purcell 34, ATOKA 7 JENKS 49, Putnam City 7 GLENPOOL 47, Santa Fe South 8 Seminole 42, CHANDLER 18 Shawnee 45, NOBLE 16 Southmoore 35, MUSTANG 32 St. Mary 28, LITTLE AXE 27 OWASSO 31, Stillwater 28 CHR. HERITAGE 30, Stroud 26 BLANCHARD 28, Tuttle 21 Washington 34, LINDSAY 28 OKLA. CHRISTIAN ACA. 44, Waurika 20 Wayne 35, MAYSVILLE 7 OKEMAH 48, Wellston 12 Class 6A TULSA WASHINGTON 35, Bartlesville 28 Bixby 31, MUSKOGEE 13 Sand Springs 28, ENID 25 SAPULPA 38, Tulsa Edison 7 Tulsa Union 49, PONCA CITY 6 Class 5A Claremore 28, GROVE 22 Collinsville 35, TAHLEQUAH 17 Coweta 40, TULSA CENTRAL 38 Duncan 28, CHICKASHA 21 Lawton MacArthur 30, ARDMORE 22 McAlester 45, TULSA MEMORIAL 18 PRYOR 38, Tulsa East Central 34 DURANT 35, Tulsa Hale 18 Tulsa Kelley 42, SKIATOOK 28 Class 4A Anadarko 42, ELGIN 6 Cascia Hall 46, BROKEN BOW 7 Catoosa 21, OOLOGAH 20 WOODWARD 26, Clinton 22 CACHE 21, Elk City 20 SALLISAW 27, Fort Gibson 24 Miami 30, TULSA WEBSTER 10 STILWELL 24, Muldrow 20 Tulsa McLain 32, CLEVELAND 24 Wagoner 46, VINITA 12 Class 3A Beggs 37, HENRYETTA 7 METRO CHRISTIAN 17, Berryhill 10 Bristow 28, PRAGUE 7 SULPHUR 20, Dickson 16 Eufaula 27, HEAVENER 24 STIGLER 30, Idabel 6 Inola 34, KELLYVILLE 18 Jay 38, BLACKWELL 12 Locust Grove 42, KEYS (PARK HILL) 7 PLAINVIEW 40, Lone Grove 12 VICTORY CHR. 49, Morris 6 PERKINS 21, Okmulgee 20 Seq. Claremore 28, DEWEY 24 LINCOLN CHR. 34, Seq. Tahlequah 28 VERDIGRIS 28, Sperry 7 CHECOTAH 27, Spiro 24 ROLAND 30, Valliant 12 HILLDALE 44, Westville 6 Class 2A Adair 34, PAWHUSKA 12 HUGO 28, ANTLERS 27 NOWATA 38, Chelsea 6 Chouteau 28, CANADIAN 20 Comanche 24, HINTON 22 Davis 44, TISHOMINGON 12 Hobart 24, FREDERICK 14 Kingston 30, COALGATE 13 Marietta 28, KONAWA 21 Mounds 28, HASKELL 27 Newkirk 21, PERRY 14 CANEY VALLEY 28, Oklahoma Union 24 Pocola 24, MOUNTAINBURG, ARK. 20 KANSAS 27, Salina 22 Thomas 40, MANGUM 6 CHISHOLM 28, Tonkawa 24 HARTSHORNE 48, Wilburton 8 COLCORD 38, Wyandotte 32 Class A Apache 22, CORDELL 14 EMPIRE 40, Bray-Doyle 14 WATONGA 31, Carnegie 27 SAVANNA 42, Central Sallisaw 28 BARNSDALL 34, Depew 26 Fairview 40, OKLAHOMA BIBLE 28 Hollis 44, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 8 Hominy 32, DRUMRIGHT 6 TEXHOMA 34, Hooker 7 Kiefer 42, MORRISON 28 Okeene 46, MOORELAND 14 Porter 28, FOYIL 20 Quinton 34, HAILEYVILLE 12 Rush Springs 28, WILSON 12 SAYRE 28, Snyder 22 ELMORE CITY 36, Stratford 28 Summit Christian 30, AFTON 28 Talihina 44, GORE 12 BEAVER 28, Turpin 16 Velma-Alma 42, HEALDTON 30 RINGLING 44, Walters 6 Warner 34, LIBERTY 12 Wynnewood 42, WEWOKA 20 Yale 24, REGENT PREP 20 Class B CAVE SPRINGS 54, Bowlegs 6 Canton at Waukomis Cyril at Central Marlow Fox 58, ALLEN 30 WETUMKA 66, Keota 20 GARBER 54, Medford 8 RINGWOOD 38, Merritt 34 Paoli 42, GEARY 14 LAVERNE 56, Pond Creek-Hunter 28 STROTHER 56, Porum 48 Rejoice Christian 56, WOODLAND 22 Seiling 42, COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 34 Welch 38, WATTS 32 DEWAR 54, Weleetka 20 Class C Balko 58, TYRONE 8 DC-LAMONT 34, Buffalo 24 TIPTON 56, Corn Bible 6 Gracemont 34, DUKE 28 CHEROKEE 48, Kremlin-Hillsdale 0 SASAKWA 34, Maud 28 GRANDFIELD 44, Ryan 38 SHARON-MUTUAL 44, Shattuck 34 MOUNT VIEW-GOTEBO 40, Temple 28 Thackerville 56, MIDWAY 8 Timberlake 52, WESLEYAN CHR. 6 BOISE CITY 56, Waynoka 6 ARKOMA 48, Webbers Falls 20 Independent TULSA NOAH 44, OKC Legion 20
Oct 30, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright predicts the score of every game in the state, including Edmond North-Midwest City, Cushing-Seminole and McGuinness-Guthrie.
Oklahoma high school football picks: Week 9
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Oct 30, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 143-29 (83.1 pct.) Overall record: 1,130-281 (80.1 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area LAWTON MAC 45, Capitol Hill 8 WESTMOORE 34, Tulsa Edison 7 Class 6A TULSA UNION JV 28, Tulsa NOAH 24 Class 5A TULSA EAST CENTRAL 31, Tahlequah 20 Class B REJOICE CHR. 58, South Coffeyville 12 Independent Cornerstone Chr. 56, COOKSON HILLS 32 Friday's Games City Area Ada 28, McLOUD 21 Alva 42, DIBBLE 30 Bethany 38, BRISTOW 20 HERITAGE HALL 56, Bethel 7 MARLOW 54, Bridge Creek 12 CASADY 31, John Marshall 28 Cashion 35, CARNEGIE 13 MEEKER 38, Central Sallisaw 14 PERKINS 28, Chandler 24 Chickasha 35, SOUTHEAST 7 Chr. Heritage 48, CROOKED OAK 42 Crossings Chr. 28, PIONEER 22 COMMUNITY CHR. 30, Dallas HSAA Davenport 44, STROTHER 14 Destiny Christian 54, LIFE CHR. 20 Douglass 27, HARRAH 17 DEL CITY 24, Duncan 20 Edmond North 13, MIDWEST CITY 10 EDMOND MEMORIAL 24, Ed. Santa Fe 20 Enid 28, STILLWATER 10 Geary 28, MACOMB 24 EL RENO 42, Guymon 14 Haskell 35, WELLSTON 20 Kingfisher 28, NEWCASTLE 21 LEXINGTON 30, Konawa 22 PUTNAM NORTH 28, Lawton Ike 12 JONES 35, Little Axe 7 MILLWOOD 45, Luther 20 GUTHRIE 34, McGuinness 14 Minco 46, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 8 LAWTON 45, Mustang 20 DURANT 28, Noble 27 Norman North 49, MOORE 20 OKLAHOMA CHR. 47, Northeast 18 DEER CREEK 42, Northwest 14 BERRYHILL 38, OKC Legion 17 FOX 56, Okla. Christian Aca. 8 Piedmont 32, ELGIN 24 Plainview 48, PAULS VALLEY 12 Putnam City 28, MUSKOGEE 24 NORMAN 44, Putnam West 20 TECUMSEH 30, Santa Fe South 13 OKC PATRIOTS 34, SeeWorth Aca. 14 Shawnee 49, TULSA HALE 7 Southmoore 49, CHOCTAW 33 TUTTLE 40, St. Mary 13 CENTENNIAL 42, Star Spencer 38 PURCELL 28, Sulphur 7 HENNESSEY 35, Tonkawa 22 YUKON 49, U.S. Grant 8 CRESCENT 28, Watonga 24 WYNNEWOOD 21, Wayne 14 SW COVENANT 32, Webbers Falls 28 CARL ALBERT 56, Western Heights 8 Windsor Hills 34, COLDWATER, KAN. 30 Class 6A Bartlesville 44, PONCA CITY 13 Jenks 45, BIXBY 14 OWASSO 32, Sand Springs 28 BROKEN ARROW 56, Sapulpa 10 TULSA UNION 49, Tulsa Washington 20 Class 5A Ardmore 42, ALTUS 7 PRYOR 28, Collinsville 18 Coweta 38, CLAREMORE 28 McALESTER 44, Skiatook 13 Tulsa Central 35, GROVE 20 Tulsa Kelley 28, TULSA MEMORIAL 24 Class 4A POTEAU 42, Broken Bow 13 CLINTON 34, Cache 10 CATOOSA 28, Cleveland 14 WOODWARD 30, Elk City 13 Glenpool 28, MANNFORD 27 Oologah 28, MIAMI 24 Sallisaw 37, MULDROW 17 FORT GIBSON 32, Stilwell 17 CASCIA HALL 49, Tulsa Rogers 8 WAGONER 56, Tulsa Webster 6 TULSA McLAIN 30, Vinita 14 ANADARKO 42, Weatherford 18 Class 3A MADILL 28, Atoka 7 Beggs 39, MORRIS 18 Checotah 34, EUFAULA 20 SEMINOLE 49, Cushing 42 Dewey 44, VERDIGRIS 6 Heavener 28, IDABEL 21 INOLA 30, Henryetta 22 Hilldale 35, SEQ. TAHLEQUAH 17 Jay 28, KEYS (PARK HILL) 7 OKMULGEE 32, Kellyville 10 LOCUST GROVE 34, Lincoln Christian 17 Lone Grove 28, DICKSON 22 SPIRO 30, Roland 19 METRO CHR. 34, Seq. Claremore 7 Sperry 14, BLACKWELL 6 Stigler 28, VALLIANT 7 Victory Christian 44, PRAGUE 8 ADAIR 36, Westville 6 Class 2A KINGSTON 28, Antlers 24 Caney Valley 18, CHELSEA 14 Chisholm 22, NEWKIRK 15 DAVIS 44, Coalgate 6 FREDERICK 28, Comanche 20 Commerce 36, COLCORD 21 VIAN 35, Hartshorne 14 HOBART 35, Hinton 24 Holdenville 28, MOUNDS 20 Kansas 38, HULBERT 6 WYANDOTTE 44, Ketchum 7 Lindsay 36, MANGUM 12 Nowata 44, CHOUTEAU 14 Okemah 35, STROUD 34 Panama 48, POCOLA 28 Pawhuska 28, OKLAHOMA UNION 14 Perry 31, PAWNEE 12 SALINA 34, Quapaw 6 MARIETTA 27, Tishomingo 20 HUGO 42, Wilburton 14 Class A Afton 38, WARNER 12 HOLLIS 34, Apache 8 KIEFER 42, Barnsdall 7 FAIRVIEW 32, Beaver 16 QUINTON 22, Canadian 6 DEPEW 28, Drumright 7 Elmore City 34, CADDO 7 VELMA-ALMA 28, Empire 27 SUMMIT CHR. 34, Fairland 12 MORRISON 42, Foyil 6 GORE 28, Haileyville 21 Healdton 24, RUSH SPRINGS 12 PORTER 24, Liberty 22 STRATFORD 32, Maysville 14 Mooreland 33, TURPIN 8 Oklahoma Bible 28, HOOKER 7 Ringling 49, BRAY-DOYLE 0 TALIHINA 29, Savanna 24 CORDELL 22, Sayre 16 OKEENE 28, Texhoma 21 Thomas 42, SNYDER 7 Wewoka 34, REGENT PREP 20 WALTERS 28, Wilson 26 HOMINY 28, Yale 24 Class B Alex 58, CYRIL 12 Allen 52, PAOLI 6 Cave Springs 44, PORUM 32 MERRITT 48, Covington-Douglas 20 Davenport 56, STROTHER 8 Dewar 54, KEOTA 38 Laverne 60, SEILING 14 WAUKOMIS 48, Medford 22 Oaks 42, COPAN 20 Pond Creek-Hunter 54, CANTON 8 Ringwood 48, GARBER 28 CENTRAL MARLOW 58, Waurika 12 WOODLAND 42, Welch 14 Weleetka 54, BOWLEGS 6 Wetumka 52, GANS 6 Class C SHATTUCK 44, Boise City 28 WESLEYAN CHR. 46, Claremore Chr. 14 Corn Bible 38, DUKE 12 SHARON-MUTUAL 58, Goodwell 8 Maud 54, BOKOSHE 6 GRANDFIELD 48, Midway 8 Ryan 48, MOUNT VIEW-GOTEBO 44 Temple 54, GRACEMONT 8 Thackerville 58, SASAKWA 12 BLUEJACKET 50, Timberlake 42 DEER CREEK-LAMONT 42, Waynoka 20
Oct 23, 2013
Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 141-30 (82.5 pct.) Overall record: 987-252 (79.7 pct) Thursday's Games City Area Lawton 56, PC WEST 14 Midwest City 24, YUKON 21 Millwood 50, NORTHEAST 22 EDMOND NORTH 42, Moore 6 Star Spencer 35, BRIDGE CREEK 8 LAWTON IKE 42, U.S. Grant 12 Class A APACHE 38, Anadarko JV 13 Class B...
Picking Week 8's high school football games
By Scott Wright | Oct 23, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 141-30 (82.5 pct.) Overall record: 987-252 (79.7 pct) Thursday's Games City Area Lawton 56, PC WEST 14 Midwest City 24, YUKON 21 Millwood 50, NORTHEAST 22 EDMOND NORTH 42, Moore 6 Star Spencer 35, BRIDGE CREEK 8 LAWTON IKE 42, U.S. Grant 12 Class A APACHE 38, Anadarko JV 13 Class B KEOTA 48, Gans 6 DEWAR 52, Porum 8 RINGWOOD 66, Waukomis 28 Class C MIDWAY 48, Cookson Hills Chr. 34 Shattuck 52, GOODWELL 8 Friday's Games City Area Anadarko 35, PIEDMONT 28 KINGFISHER 54, Bethel 7 Bixby 28, PUTNAM CITY 25 Blanchard 42, ST. MARY 14 ARDMORE 56, Capitol Hill 8 Carl Albert 48, GUYMON 7 Casady 28, ARLINGTON OAKRIDGE 24 DAVENPORT 48, Cave Springs 28 MUSTANG 49, Choctaw 35 ELMORE CITY 38, Community Christian 24 Coyle 46, OAKS 6 Cashion 35, Crescent 32 Crooked Oak 48, DIBBLE 42 Del City 42, CHICKASHA 18 SHAWNEE 35, Durant 14 Edmond Memorial 28, SOUTHMOORE 21 El Reno 44, WESTERN HEIGHTS 13 Guthrie 35, DEER CREEK 28 ADA 28, Harrah 22 Hennessey 38, NEWKIRK 16 Heritage Hall 49, CENTENNIAL 38 CHANDLER 42, Kellyville 7 Lexington 28, TISHOMINGO 24 Life Christian 48, BOULEVARD CHR. 20 Luther 46, PERRY 18 ALLEN 40, Macomb 6 WASHINGTON 34, Mangum 16 Mannford 42, SANTA FE SOUTH 14 Marlow 35, LITTLE AXE 18 DOUGLASS 38, McLoud 20 Minco 42, CROSSINGS CHR. 14 MEEKER 44, Mounds 6 Newcastle 31, JOHN MARSHALL 20 EDMOND SANTA FE 42, Norman 31 McGUINNESS 45, Northwest 12 OKC Legion 35, LIGHTHOUSE CHR. 14 Oklahoma Christian 49, CHR. HERITAGE 30 OKLA. CHRISTIAN ACA. 48, Paoli 14 Pauls Valley 38, ATOKA 20 CUSHING 42, Perkins 21 NORMAN NORTH 34, Putnam North 17 BETHANY 35, Prague 14 Purcell 32, LONE GROVE 26 DUNCAN 42, Southeast 12 SAND SPRINGS 35, Stillwater 17 MAUD 44, SW Covenant 28 GLENPOOL 38, Tecumseh 10 NOBLE 40, Tulsa Hale 16 Tuttle 28, JONES 14 HOLDENVILLE 28, Wellston 21 Westmoore 35, SAPULPA 17 Wewoka 34, WAYNE 30 WINDSOR HILLS 54, Wright Chr. 12 Class 6A Broken Arrow 47, TULSA EDISON 14 JENKS 56, Muskogee 7 Owasso 28, ENID 27 TULSA WASHINGTON 42, Ponca City 7 Tulsa Union 45, BARTLESVILLE 14 Class 5A LAWTON MAC 42, Altus 10 Claremore 28, TULSA CENTRAL 13 COWETA 35, Grove 24 McAlester 40, TULSA KELLEY 28 Pryor 35, TAHLEQUAH 20 Tulsa East Central 34, COLLINSVILLE 31 Tulsa Memorial 28, SKIATOOK 17 Class 4A Catoosa 47, TULSA WEBSTER 13 Clinton 28, ELK CITY 14 WEATHERFORD 35, Elgin 20 CASCIA HALL 28, Fort Gibson 21 Miami 31, VINITA 18 Poteau 38, MULDROW 7 Sallisaw 42, BROKEN BOW 12 Tulsa McLain 28, OOLOGAH 20 Tulsa Rogers 28, STILWELL 24 Wagoner 42, CLEVELAND 14 Woodward 35, CACHE 7 Class 3A BERRYHILL 45, Blackwell 8 SEMINOLE 49, Bristow 13 PLAINVIEW 42, Dickson 6 ROLAND 30, Eufaula 28 CHECOTAH 34, Idabel 12 HILLDALE 41, Keys (Park Hill) 7 Locust Grove 42, DEWEY 24 SULPHUR 20, Madill 13 Metro Christian 44, SPERRY 8 INOLA 34, Morris 18 Okmulgee 22, HENRYETTA 14 Seq. Tahlequah 34, JAY 28 Spiro 32, VALLIANT 6 Stigler 34, HEAVENER 8 SEQ. CLAREMORE 44, Verdigris 6 Victory Christian 34, BEGGS 20 LINCOLN CHR. 38, Westville 12 Class 2A Alva 28, TONKAWA 26 PAWHUSKA 35, Chelsea 14 Chouteau 28, CANEY VALLEY 7 Colcord 40, KETCHUM 16 Davis 48, KINGSTON 6 Frederick 24, HINTON 20 HARTSHORNE 34, Gore 6 Hobart 32, COMANCHE 24 Hugo 27, PANAMA 20 WYANDOTTE 38, Kansas 34 OKEMAH 28, Konawa 12 Marietta 34, COALGATE 14 ADAIR 42, Oklahoma Union 12 CHISHOLM 34, Pawnee 8 ANTLERS 28, Pocola 26 Quapaw 22, HULBERT 20 NOWATA 34, Regent Prep 16 COMMERCE 38, Salina 34 Stroud 28, HASKELL 12 Vian 48, WILBURTON 8 Class A SNYDER 28, Burns Flat-Dill City 24 Caddo 30, MAYSVILLE 12 Central Sallisaw 36, CANADIAN 14 THOMAS 34, Cordell 14 YALE 30, Depew 28 RINGLING 35, Empire 14 TEXHOMA 34, Fairview 30 Foyil 28, LIBERTY 7 Hollis 42, SAYRE 6 SUMMIT CHR. 33, Hominy 14 MOORELAND 28, Hooker 24 Kiefer 56, DRUMRIGHT 6 Morrison 48, BARNSDALL 8 Okeene 50, BEAVER 6 CARNEGIE 22, Pioneer 14 AFTON 32, Porter 14 VELMA-ALMA 28, Rush Springs 20 Savanna 42, QUINTON 12 Talihina 46, HAILEYVILLE 8 Tulsa NOAH 34, WATONGA 22 OKLAHOMA BIBLE 26, Turpin 12 HEALDTON 34, Walters 14 Warner 30, FAIRLAND 18 Wynnewood 40, STRATFORD 20 Class B WETUMKA 54, Bowlegs 6 Canton 48, MEDFORD 12 ALEX 60, Central Marlow 28 WATTS 44, Copan 16 Cyril 48, GEARY 12 Fox 56, WAURIKA 8 Garber 48, COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 14 LAVERNE 52, Merritt 6 POND CREEK-HUNTER 56, Seiling 6 WELEETKA 48, Strother 34 WELCH 38, Wesleyan Christian 34 Woodland 44, SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 28 Class C THACKERVILLE 64, Arkoma 38 Bluejacket 48, KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 14 Buffalo 34, WORD OF LIFE (WICHITA) 28 Cherokee 54, TIMBERLAKE 8 DC-Lamont 52, Claremore Chr. 6 TEMPLE 56, Duke 6 Mt. View-Gotebo 42, CORN BIBLE 38 BOISE CITY 48, OKC Patriots 34 WEBBERS FALLS 54, Sasakwa 8 Sharon-Mutual 60, BALKO 38 Tipton 60, Ryan 12 Tyrone 44, WAYNOKA 16 Independent Holland Hall 28, DALLAS EPISCOPAL 27
Oct 16, 2013
Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 150-23 (86.7 pct.) Overall record: 846-222 (79.2 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area Bethany 31, BEGGS 28 LITTLE AXE 30, Bridge Creek 20 PERKINS 32, Bristow 24 MINCO 42, Carnegie 14 KINGFISHER 49, Centennial 18 EDMOND MEMORIAL 35, Choctaw 21 LEXINGTON 34, Coalgate 18 Cushing 42, CHANDLER...
High school football: Picking Week 7's games
By Scott Wright | Oct 16, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 150-23 (86.7 pct.) Overall record: 846-222 (79.2 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area Bethany 31, BEGGS 28 LITTLE AXE 30, Bridge Creek 20 PERKINS 32, Bristow 24 MINCO 42, Carnegie 14 KINGFISHER 49, Centennial 18 EDMOND MEMORIAL 35, Choctaw 21 LEXINGTON 34, Coalgate 18 Cushing 42, CHANDLER 14 Davenport 46, PORUM 12 OKLAHOMA CHR. 45, Dibble 21 PURCELL 35, Dickson 28 GUTHRIE 41, El Reno 14 Harrah 35, TECUMSEH 10 Hennessey 38, PAWNEE 12 John Marshall 35, BETHEL 8 BLANCHARD 42, Jones 14 Luther 38, CHR. HERITAGE 24 McLoud 28, MANNFORD 17 Meeker 45, WELLSTON 12 Millwood 56, CROOKED OAK 22 Mustang 44, PUTNAM WEST 20 Noble 30, SKIATOOK 24 ST. MARY 35, OKC Patriots 21 Okla. Christian Aca. 44, MACOMB 12 CRESCENT 32, Pioneer 16 BROKEN ARROW 42, Putnam City 20 Putnam North 49, U.S. GRANT 8 NORTHEAST 44, SeeWorth 14 TULSA KELLEY 28, Shawnee 24 ALTUS 34, Southeast 22 NEWCASTLE 35, Star Spencer 24 Stillwater 35, BARTLESVILLE 28 Sulphur 28, PAULS VALLEY 27 Tuttle 30, MARLOW 27 Washington 42, COMANCHE 14 CASHION 28, Watonga 24 COYLE 48, Watts 8 DEER CREEK 48, Western Heights 6 Yukon 45, MOORE 27 Class 6A Bixby 35, TULSA EDISON 21 Enid 28, PONCA CITY 7 SAPULPA 31, Muskogee 14 Owasso 31, TULSA WASHINGTON 28 TULSA UNION 49, Sand Springs 14 Class 5A ARDMORE 28, Chickasha 13 Claremore 34, PRYOR 24 COLLINSVILLE 38, Coweta 34 LAWTON MAC 33, Duncan 13 McALESTER 42, Durant 20 TULSA EAST CENTRAL 35, GROVE 13 Tulsa Central 21, TAHLEQUAH 14 Class 4A Ada 33, GLENPOOL 12 Broken Bow 21, TULSA ROGERS 20 ELGIN 35, Cache 28 POTEAU 28, Cascia Hall 27 MIAMI 27, Cleveland 24 WEATHERFORD 28, Elk City 7 FORT GIBSON 35, Muldrow 14 WAGONER 48, Oologah 21 SALLISAW 44, Stilwell 12 TULSA McLAIN 35, Tulsa Webster 7 CATOOSA 49, Vinita 12 ANADARKO 35, Woodward 14 Class 3A STIGLER 28, Checotah 24 Dewey 28, BLACKWELL 14 KELLYVILLE 21, Henryetta 20 Hilldale 34, LOCUST GROVE 31 VICTORY CHR. 49, Inola 12 Jay 35, WESTVILLE 14 Lincoln Chr. 35, KEYS (PARK HILL) 6 Lone Grove 38, MADILL 20 OKMULGEE 28, Morris 21 Plainview 47, ATOKA 7 Roland 28, IDABEL 7 Seminole 49, PRAGUE 6 Seq. Claremore 28, BERRYHILL 24 SEQ. TAHLEQUAH 38, Sperry 12 Spiro 34, HEAVENER 8 EUFAULA 28, Valliant 20 METRO CHR. 49, Verdigris 3 Class 2A Adair 44, CHELSEA 8 Barnsdall 28, MOUNDS 14 NOWATA 42, Caney Valley 6 KANSAS 38, Colcord 12 Hartshorne 40, POCOLA 12 OKEMAH 28, Haskell 27 STROUD 35, Holdenville 8 SALINA 42, Hulbert 6 COMMERCE 44, Ketchum 6 Kingston 24, MARIETTA 7 OKLAHOMA UNION 28, Liberty 6 Lindsay 44, HINTON 16 HOBART 35, Mangum 12 ALVA 35, Newkirk 21 Panama 28, QUINTON 7 Pawhuska 35, CHOUTEAU 14 CHISHOLM 34, Perry 12 KONAWA 28, Tishomingo 7 Vian 40, HUGO 13 ANTLERS 42, Wilburton 22 Wyandotte 35, QUAPAW 14 Class A Afton 44, FOYIL 14 HOOKER 28, Beaver 27 TALIHINA 38, Canadian 12 Cordell 28, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 8 MORRISON 34, Drumright 6 Fairland 28, PORTER 7 SAVANNA 38, Gore 12 CENTRAL SALLISAW 42, Haileyville 7 Hominy 28, DEPEW 20 ELMORE CITY 44, Maysville 20 FAIRVIEW 32, Mooreland 28 OKEENE 34, Oklahoma Bible 22 RINGLING 42, Rush Springs 6 APACHE 44, Snyder 6 WEWOKA 34, Stratford 20 Summit Christian 45, WARNER 24 Texhoma 42, TURPIN 6 Thomas 42, HOLLIS 31 Velma-Alma 44, WALTERS 6 EMPIRE 28, Wilson 7 Wynnewood 40, CADDO 12 KIEFER 34, Yale 8 Class B Allen 48, CYRIL 8 Covington-Douglas 54, WAUKOMIS 20 Dewar 54, GANS 6 CENTRAL MARLOW 58, Fox 54 ALEX 62, Geary 6 Laverne 56, GARBER 6 REJOICE CHR. 64, Oaks 12 Pond Creek-Hunter 56, MERRITT 38 Ringwood 52, MEDFORD 16 Seiling 44, CANTON 6 Waurika 44, PAOLI 24 SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 38, Welch 22 CAVE SPRINGS 50, Weleetka 42 Wetumka 64, STROTHER 20 Class C BLUEJACKET 60, Claremore Chr. 8 TYRONE 48, Boise City 12 Corn Bible 44, TEMPLE 32 CHEROKEE 48, DC-Lamont 20 Grandfield 46, MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 12 SASAKWA 38, Midway 12 Ryan 48, GRACEMONT 8 Sharon-Mutual 58, BUFFALO 12 Thackerville 54, BOKOSHE 6 Timberlake 48, KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 8 WESLEYAN CHR. 38, Tyro, Kan. Christian 34 Waynoka 42, DUKE 12 MAUD 42, Webbers Falls 28 Friday, Oct. 18 City Area Fort Worth All Saints 34, CASADY 28 DEL CITY 48, Capitol Hill 12 Clinton 42, PIEDMONT 16 Douglass 54, SANTA FE SOUTH 8 LAWTON 48, Edmond Santa Fe 45 Frederick 28, COMMUNITY CHR. 24 McGUINNESS 49, Guymon 6 Jenks 31, WESTMOORE 17 MIDWEST CITY 30, Lawton Ike 14 SW COVENANT 34, Life Christian 28 EDMOND NORTH 24, Norman North 21 CARL ALBERT 49, Northwest 8 DAVIS 34, OKC Legion 17 Southmoore 35, NORMAN 34 CROSSINGS CHR. 28, Wayne 21 DESTINY CHR. 42, Woodland 34 Class 5A TULSA MEMORIAL 45, Tulsa Hale 12 Class B Keota 46, BOWLEGS 6 Class C BALKO 54, Goodwell 8 TIPTON 48, Hobart JV 20 Independent Dallas St. Mark's 34, HOLLAND HALL 20 Tulsa NOAH 34, DALLAS HSAA 31
The OSSAA board of directors approved the new football districts to be used for the 2014-15 high school seasons.
High school football: New high school football districts for 2014-2015 seasons released
FROM STAFF REPORTS | Oct 9, 2013The OSSAA board of directors approved the new football districts to be used for the 2014-15 high school seasons: Class 6A Division I District 1 Broken Arrow Edmond Memorial Edmond Santa Fe Jenks Norman Putnam City Westmoore Yukon District 2 Edmond North Moore Mustang Norman North Owasso Putnam City North Southmoore Tulsa Union Class 6A Division II District 1 Bartlesville Bixby Claremore Muskogee Ponca City Sand Springs Sapulpa Tulsa Washington District 2 Choctaw Enid Lawton Lawton Eisenhower Midwest City Putnam City West Stillwater *U.S. Grant Class 5A District 1 Altus Ardmore Chickasha Del City Duncan El Reno Lawton MacArthur Northwest Classen District 2 Bishop McGuinness Carl Albert Deer Creek Guthrie Guymon Piedmont Southeast Western Heights District 3 Durant McAlester Noble Shawnee Skiatook Tulsa Hale Tulsa Kelley Tulsa Memorial District 4 *Capitol Hill Collinsville Coweta Grove Pryor Tahlequah Tulsa East Central Tulsa Edison Class 4A District 1 Anadarko Cache Clinton Elgin Elk City Newcastle Weatherford Woodward District 2 Ada Bristow Glenpool Harrah McLoud Santa Fe South Tecumseh Tuttle District 3 Cascia Hall Catoosa Cleveland Miami Oologah Tulsa McLain Vinita Wagoner District 4 Broken Bow Fort Gibson Metro Christian Muldrow Poteau Sallisaw Stilwell Tulsa Central Class 3A District 1 Blackwell Centennial Cushing Heritage Hall Kingfisher Mannford Perkins-Tryon District 2 Bethany Blanchard Bridge Creek Douglass John Marshall Meeker Mount St. Mary District 3 Bethel Jones Little Axe Pauls Valley Purcell Seminole Star Spencer District 4 Comanche Dickson Lone Grove Madill Marlow Plainview Sulphur District 5 Berryhill Dewey Kellyville Lincoln Christian Tulsa Webster Verdigris Sperry District 6 Beggs Checotah Hilldale Morris Okmulgee Tulsa Rogers Victory Christian District 7 Inola Jay Keys (Park Hill) Locust Grove Sequoyah-Claremore Sequoyah-Tahlequah Westville District 8 Eufaula Idabel Heavener Roland Spiro Stigler Valliant Class 2A District 1 Alva Chisholm Hennessey Newkirk Pawnee Perry Tonkawa District 2 Christian Heritage Crooked Oak Luther Millwood Northeast Oklahoma Christian Wellston District 3 Dibble Frederick Hobart Lexington Lindsay Walters Washington District 4 Atoka Coalgate Davis Hugo Kingston Marietta Tishomingo District 5 Chandler Henryetta Holdenville Okemah Prague Stroud Wewoka District 6 Antlers Hartshorne Liberty Panama Pocola Vian Wilburton District 7 Adair Chouteau Colcord Haskell Hulbert Kansas Salina District 8 Caney Valley Chelsea Commerce Nowata Oklahoma Union Pawhuska Wyandotte Class A District 1 Beaver Burns Flat-Dill City Fairview Hooker Mooreland Sayre Texhoma Thomas District 2 Apache Carnegie Cordell Hinton Hollis Mangum Snyder District 3 Central Marlow Empire Healdton Ringling Rush Springs Velma-Alma Wilson District 4 Community Christian Elmore City Konawa Minco Stratford Wayne Wynnewood District 5 Cashion Crescent Crossings Christian Oklahoma Bible Oklahoma Christian Academy Okeene Watonga District 6 Barnsdall Drumright Hominy Kiefer Morrison Mounds Yale District 7 Afton Fairland Foyil Ketchum Quapaw Rejoice Christian Summit Christian District 8 Central Sallisaw Gore Porter Quinton Savanna Talihina Warner Class B District 1 Canton Kremlin-Hillsdale Merritt Pioneer Pond Creek-Hunter Ringwood Seiling Turpin Waukomis District 2 Alex Allen Bray-Doyle Cyril Geary Macomb Maud Maysville Strother Waurika District 3 Agra Davenport Depew Garber Oaks South Coffeyville Watts Welch Wesleyan Christian Woodland District 4 Arkoma Caddo Canadian Dewar Gans Haileyville Keota Porum Weleetka Wetumka Class C District 1 Balko Boise City Buffalo Cherokee Goodwell Sharon-Mutual Shattuck Tyrone Waynoka District 2 Corn Bible Duke Gracemont Grandfield Mountain View-Gotebo Ryan Southwest Covenant Temple Tipton District 3 Bluejacket Carney Copan Covington-Douglas Coyle Deer Creek-Lamont Medford Prue Timberlake District 4 Bokoshe Bowlegs Cave Springs Fox Midway Paoli Sasakwa Thackerville Webbers Falls *-U.S. Grant and Capitol Hill will play independent schedules for the 2014-17 seasons and will not be part of the district schedule.
Oct 9, 2013
Scott Wright predicts the score of all the week's games, including Mustang-Edmond Memorial, Heritage Hall-Newcastle and Yukon-Edmond North.
Week 6 Oklahoma high school football picks
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Oct 9, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 155-21 (88.1 pct.) Overall record: 696-199 (77.8 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area DEL CITY 28, Altus 14 STAR SPENCER 24, BETHEL 21 SOUTHEAST 35, Capitol Hill 28 MUSTANG 27, Edmond Memorial 24 YUKON 30, Edmond North 28 Kingfisher 35, JOHN MARSHALL 13 Midwest City 30, PUTNAM NORTH 14 HERITAGE HALL 28, Newcastle 27 EDMOND SANTA FE 44, Putnam West 12 NORMAN NORTH 55, U.S. Grant 6 Class C Maud 48, COOKSON HILLS 8 Friday's Games City Area DAVENPORT 42, Bowlegs 6 TUTTLE 49, Bridge Creek 7 CROSSINGS CHR. 42, Carnegie 12 Casady 38, DALLAS CISTERCIAN 34 Cashion 34, MAYSVILLE 14 Chandler 38, BRISTOW 20 CROOKED OAK 36, Chisholm 30 DIBBLE 28, Chr. Heritage 21 MINCO 44, Crescent 34 Cyril 56, OKLA. CHRISTIAN ACA. 32 Deer Creek 56, GUYMON 6 Destiny Christian 58, WRIGHT CHR. 12 DOUGLASS 28, Glenpool 21 CARL ALBERT 35, Guthrie 34 WASHINGTON 35, Hinton 21 Jones 21, ST. MARY 14 Lawton 28, SOUTHMOORE 24 KINGSTON 34, Lexington 24 OKC PATRIOTS 44, Life Christian 20 CENTENNIAL 38, Little Axe 27 WAURIKA 34, Macomb 20 HARRAH 28, Mannford 24 BLANCHARD 42, Marlow 31 McGuinness 49, WESTERN HEIGHTS 6 Moore 35, LAWTON IKE 28 CHOCTAW 34, Norman 31 LUTHER 47, Northeast 7 EL RENO 28, Northwest 21 DALLAS PRIME PREP 31, OKC Legion 14 MILLWOOD 42, Oklahoma Chr. 35 LONE GROVE 35, Pauls Valley 20 Perkins 38, PRAGUE 18 HENNESSEY 35, Perry 14 Piedmont 30, ELK CITY 23 PLAINVIEW 28, Purcell 24 ADA 42, Santa Fe South 8 COMMUNITY CHR. 36, SeeWorth Aca. 12 Seminole 49, BETHANY 28 SHAWNEE 35, Skiatook 21 Stratford 20, WAYNE 8 Stroud 34, MEEKER 28 THACKERVILLE 48, SW Covenant 8 McLOUD 31, Tecumseh 13 Tulsa Kelley 28, NOBLE 12 Tulsa Washington 45, STILLWATER 42 Wellston 28, MOUNDS 20 Westmoore 45, PUTNAM CITY 24 Class 6A OWASSO 28, Bartlesville 21 JENKS 42, Broken Arrow 28 SAND SPRINGS 31, Ponca City 14 BIXBY 30, Sapulpa 20 Tulsa Edison 35, MUSKOGEE 29 Tulsa Union 49, ENID 14 Class 5A Ardmore 28, DUNCAN 18 Collinsville 31, TULSA CENTRAL 27 Lawton MacArthur 47, CHICKASHA 20 McAlester 56, TULSA HALE 6 Pryor 33, GROVE 17 COWETA 35, Tahlequah 28 CLAREMORE 34, Tulsa East Central 22 DURANT 17, Tulsa Memorial 13 Class 4A CLINTON 28, Anadarko 22 Broken Bow 28, STILWELL 27 Cascia Hall 31, MULDROW 17 OOLOGAH 24, Cleveland 20 WOODWARD 27, Elgin 20 WAGONER 42, Miami 12 FORT GIBSON 28, Poteau 27 CATOOSA 34, Tulsa McLain 24 SALLISAW 40, Tulsa Rogers 13 VINITA 29, Tulsa Webster 22 Weatherford 28, CACHE 24 Class 3A SULPHUR 34, Atoka 8 Berryhill 36, SPERRY 12 SEQ. CLAREMORE 44, Blackwell 6 Cushing 42, HENRYETTA 14 SPIRO 20, Eufaula 14 CHECOTAH 35, Heavener 26 Hilldale 34, LINCOLN CHR. 27 VALLIANT 28, Idabel 21 BEGGS 41, Inola 28 MORRIS 28, Kellyville 21 VIAN 48, Keys (Park Hill) 7 Locust Grove 38, JAY 17 Madill 28, DICKSON 27 Metro Christian 35, DEWEY 8 VICTORY CHR. 45, Okmulgee 16 Seq. Tahlequah 50, WESTVILLE 7 Stigler 28, ROLAND 21 TULSA NOAH 31, Verdigris 20 Class 2A PANAMA 27, Antlers 24 DEPEW 28, Caney Valley 20 Chelsea 30, OKLAHOMA UNION 26 ADAIR 34, Chouteau 20 LINDSAY 38, Comanche 22 Commerce 40, HULBERT 6 Frederick 16, MANGUM 14 Hugo 34, HARTSHORNE 31 KANSAS 42, Ketchum 20 Konawa 31, COALGATE 14 DAVIS 55, Marietta 12 TONKAWA 28, Newkirk 27 Nowata 35, PAWHUSKA 18 Okemah 35, HOLDENVILLE 20 ALVA 28, Pawnee 7 Pocola 28, WILBURTON 20 COLCORD 21, Quapaw 14 WYANDOTTE 22, Salina 14 HASKELL 24, Tishomingo 16 Class A Afton 48, LIBERTY 6 Barnsdall 24, DRUMRIGHT 12 VELMA-ALMA 42, Bray-Doyle 6 APACHE 40, Burns Flat-Dill City 8 WEWOKA 30, Caddo 14 WYNNEWOOD 36, Elmore City 16 Empire 34, HEALDTON 24 Fairview 30, HOOKER 14 FAIRLAND 26, Foyil 22 WARNER 32, Haileyville 8 Kiefer 40, HOMINY 6 Mooreland 28, BEAVER 22 Morrison 34, YALE 20 Okeene 42, TURPIN 7 TEXHOMA 34, Oklahoma Bible 20 SUMMIT CHR. 48, Porter 8 Quinton 28, GORE 18 Ringling 56, WILSON 6 Savanna 38, CANADIAN 20 CORDELL 28, Snyder 27 Talihina 41, CENTRAL SALLISAW 20 Thomas 48, SAYRE 8 RUSH SPRINGS 28, Walters 14 Watonga 38, PIONEER 18 Class B Alex 56, ALLEN 38 RINGWOOD 44, Canton 20 Central Marlow 56, GEARY 12 WELEETKA 48, Gans 14 POND CREEK-HUNTER 60, Garber 22 Keota 48, PORUM 16 COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 38, Medford 24 Merritt 44, SEILING 40 FOX 58, Paoli 22 Rejoice Christian 54, WATTS 8 BLUEJACKET 48, South Coffeyville 36 Strother 44, CAVE SPRINGS 30 LAVERNE 56, Waukomis 12 Wetumka 66, DEWAR 50 Woodland 44, OAKS 38 Class C Arkoma 48, MIDWAY 14 SHATTUCK 54, Balko 50 TIMBERLAKE 52, Boise City 22 Bokoshe 36, BOULEVARD CHR. 32 Buffalo 56, GOODWELL 6 MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 60, Carnegie JV 12 Cherokee 56, CLAREMORE CHR. 16 RYAN 28, Duke 22 CORN BIBLE 48, Gracemont 8 Kremlin-Hillsdale 44, TYRONE 6 Tipton 62, GRANDFIELD 28 SHARON-MUTUAL 56, WAYNOKA 8 DC-LAMONT 64, Wesleyan Chr. 12 Independent FT. WORTH All SAINTS 44, Holland Hall 20 Saturday, Oct. 12 Independent OSD 42, Iowa Deaf 34
Oct 5, 2013
Unbeaten Bluejays get 100-plus yards rushing from Kai Callins and Idea Alexander. Top-ranked Carl Albert next on Guthrie's schedule.
High school football roundup: No. 2 Guthrie trounces Western Heights
FROM STAFF REPORTS | Oct 5, 2013Kai Callins and Idea Alexander each ran for more than 100 yards Friday night, and No. 2-ranked Guthrie whipped Western Heights 59-6 in a District 5A-2 game at Jelsma Stadium. Callins collected 124 yards, including 18- and 29-yard touchdown runs. He also caught a 20-yard TD pass from Reed Roberts to help the Bluejays charge to a 38-0 lead by halftime. Alexander added 105 yards with TD runs of 8, 10 and 3 yards. Guthrie, which rolled up 412 yards of offense, improved to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in district. The Guthrie defense was stellar, holding the Jets (0-5, 0-2) to 67 total yards and four first downs. The Bluejays forced four turnovers, including three interceptions. Guthrie next plays Friday at top-ranked Carl Albert, which improved to 2-0 in district with its 35-21 victory over No. 10-ranked Bishop McGuinness. NAULT REACHES MILESTONE Kingfisher running back Landon Nault scored his 100th career touchdown Friday night, leading Class 3A's No. 2-ranked Kingfisher to a 44-0 rout of Star Spencer. Nault finished the game with 154 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries. He had TD runs of 35, 56 and 15 yards to help the Yellowjackets move to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in District 3A-3. Kingfisher's defense held Star (1-4, 0-2) to 65 total yards. The Yellowjackets forced five turnovers, including four interceptions. TIGERS WIN, INTERCEPT 6 PASSES Crescent's defense intercepted six passes and returned three for touchdowns, and the Tigers rolled past Crossings Christian, 49-14. Tristan Lacey (32 yards), Garrett Dimmitt (3 yards) and Devon Bledsoe (73 yards) returned interceptions for TDs as the Tigers moved to 4-1. Lacey had an 8-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter and added seven point-after-TD kicks. Crescent's Michael Cronister collected 119 yards and two touchdowns by rush; he also caught three passes for 37 yards and a TD. RACERS BEAT CENTENNIAL Zack Berge had a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs as Newcastle beat Centennial 33-14 at Racer Field. Regan Ross accounted for nine points with 31- and 24-yard field goals and three point-after-touchdown kicks. DEER CREEK HAMMERS EL RENO Class 5A's No. 6-ranked Deer Creek snapped a two-game skid in a big way Friday night in Edmond. Alec James scored four touchdowns, including two on defense, as the Antlers routed El Reno, 70-0. James returned fumbles 42 and 21 yards for touchdowns, which were part of Deer Creek's 42-point onslaught in the second half. He added 29- and 39-yard TDs from his running back position. Quarterback Caden Sander ran for 113 yards and three touchdowns. He added a 28-yard scoring pass to Cole Verble that gave the Antlers (3-2 overall, 1-1 District 5A-2) an early 7-0 lead. HENNESSEY TRIMS CHISHOLM Hennessey quarterback Tony Mendoza scored from a yard out with 3:58 left in the game, and William Arndt added the two-point conversion run as the Eagles clipped Chisholm, 21-20. Arndt added two touchdowns and 173 yards rushing as Class 2A's No. 5 Hennessey moved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in district. Joel Martinez led Hennessey's defense with 10 tackles and a sack. PAULS VALLEY FALLS AGAIN Winless Pauls Valley failed to make a halftime lead stand up, losing a 20-13 decision to unbeaten Dickson. Jace Elkins' 5-yard touchdown run, and Manny Colmenares' point-after kick gave the Panthers a 7-6 lead at intermission. But Dickson (5-0, overall, 2-0 District 3A-4) came back in the second half behind quarterback Chris Bamberg, who had 31- and 23-yard touchdown runs. JAMES SCORES TWICE FOR SAINTS Class 2A's No. 3-ranked Oklahoma Christian had a 22-point lead after three quarters, but it had to hold off Tulsa Noah, 22-14. Cameron James caught a 43-yard touchdown pass from Will McKinnis, and then James fell on a fumble in the end zone to help OCS take a 16-0 lead by halftime. Luke Frankfurt's 5-yard run in the third quarter gave the Saints (4-1) a 22-0 lead, before Tulsa Noah (0-5) rallied with two fourth-quarter touchdowns. STRINGER SCORES 5 TDs Brandon Stringer scored five touchdowns to lead Class 3A's No. 1-ranked Blanchard to a 56-0 rout of winless Bridge Creek. Stringer scored from 52, 2, 36, 13 and 92 yards to help the Lions improve to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in District 3A-1. Kanon Kirchner and Hayden Hamlin added TD carries for the Lions, who host Marlow next Friday. MEEKER TROUNCES OKEMAH Quarterback Jake Standlee threw three touchdown passes, and Dallas Jackson accounted for three touchdowns as unbeaten Meeker whipped Okemah, 42-6. Standlee threw 19- and 28-yard TD passes to Levi Bagwell. Jackson caught a 24-yarder and added 13- and 85-yard scoring runs. All of the Bulldogs' scores came after Okemah took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter. ADA BUSTS TECUMSEH Jennifer Goethe gave Tecumseh an early lead with a 22-yard field goal, but the Savages struggled the rest of the way and lost 35-10 to Class 4A's No. 6-ranked Ada. Jeremiah Larry sparked the Cougars' comeback with 2- and 44-yard touchdown runs. ELSEWHERE Gage Stallworth ran for 256 yards and six touchdowns in three quarters to lead Class 3A's No. 5-ranked Cushing Tigers to a 56-7 victory over Bristow. Stallworth has rushed for 1,098 yards and 23 TDs so far this season. ... Kevin Harris accounted for five TDs as unbeaten Central Marlow blanked Paoli 46-0 in an eight-man game that ended in the third quarter due to the mercy rule. ... Seminole rolled up 519 yards of offense, and Pappi White scored three touchdowns during the Chieftains' 48-0 wipeout of Sequoyah-Claremore. HOW THEY FARED How The Oklahoman's No. 1-ranked teams fared during Week 5 of the high school football season: CLASS 6A No. 1 Jenks (5-0) defeated Sapulpa, 59-7. Next: Friday vs. No. 3 Broken Arrow CLASS 5A No. 1 Carl Albert (4-1) defeated No. 10 McGuinness, 35-21. Next: Friday vs. No. 2 Guthrie CLASS 4A No. 1 Wagoner (5-0) defeated Tulsa McLain, 22-7. Next: Friday vs. Miami CLASS 3A No. 1 Blanchard (5-0) defeated Bridge Creek, 56-0. Next: Friday vs. Marlow CLASS 2A No. 1 Millwood (5-0) defeated Christian Heritage, 53-0. Next: Friday vs. No. 3 Oklahoma Christian CLASS A No. 1 Ringling (3-1) defeated Healdton, 60-0. Next: Friday at Wilson CLASS B No. 1 Laverne (5-0) defeated Medford, 54-6. Next: Friday vs. Waukomis CLASS C No. 1 Tipton (5-0) defeated Duke, 58-8. Next: Friday at Grandfield FROM STAFF REPORTS
Oct 2, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright predicts score of every game in the state, including Carl Albert-McGuinness, Deer Creek-El Reno and Norman North-Yukon.
Oklahoma high school football: Week 5 picks
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Oct 2, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 150-26 (85.2 pct.) Overall record: 541-178 (75.2 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area Chickasha 41, CAPITOL HILL 13 LAWTON 42, Choctaw 28 OKC PATRIOTS 46, Cookson Hills 42 Destiny Christian 52, MAUD 48 EDMOND SANTA FE 48, Mustang 42 TULSA MEMORIAL 20, Noble 17 MOORE 35, Putnam North 34 Class B RINGWOOD 48, Covington-Douglas 44 Independent OSD 56, Arkansas Deaf 40 WRIGHT CHR. 60, Rejoice Chr. JV 38 Friday's Games City Area Ada 42, TECUMSEH 14 Arkoma 52, SW COVENANT 38 Bethany 41, PERKINS 30 Blanchard 42, BRIDGE CREEK 12 PIEDMONT 28, Cache 27 Carl Albert 42, McGUINNESS 34 Casady 28, ST. MARK'S 24 Cashion 35, PIONEER 14 NEWCASTLE 28, Centennial 20 HENNESSEY 28, Chisholm 14 COYLE 54, Copan 6 CRESCENT 44, Crossings Chr. 30 Davenport 56, DEWAR 54 Davis 42, LEXINGTON 12 Del City 45, ARDMORE 28 Dickson 28, PAULS VALLEY 27 Douglass 34, MANNFORD 20 Drumright 22, WELLSTON 18 Edmond Memorial 30, NORMAN 24 DEER CREEK 38, El Reno 20 Fox 56, MACOMB 6 NORTHWEST 28, Guymon 14 GLENPOOL 37, Harrah 24 Heritage Hall 35, JOHN MARSHALL 28 Jones 34, BETHEL 14 EDMOND NORTH 35, Lawton Ike 6 TIMBERLAKE 54, Life Christian 8 TUTTLE 35, Little Axe 7 Luther 44, CROOKED OAK 38 McLoud 48, SANTA FE SOUTH 8 Meeker 30, OKEMAH 26 Millwood 49, CHRISTIAN HERITAGE 24 Minco 42, WATONGA 22 WESTMOORE 45, Muskogee 16 Norman North 41, YUKON 38 DIBBLE 34, Northeast 21 ALEX 54, Okla. Christian Aca. 8 Oklahoma Chr. 38, TULSA NOAH 24 CHANDLER 34, Prague 20 Purcell 35, MADILL 21 Putnam City 44, TULSA EDISON 30 McALESTER 47, Shawnee 42 LAWTON MAC 42, Southeast 14 Southmoore 37, PUTNAM WEST 20 MARLOW 40, St. Mary 24 KINGFISHER 42, Star Spencer 20 TULSA UNION 35, Stillwater 24 MIDWEST CITY 56, U.S. Grant 8 Washington 35, HOBART 21 Wayne 21, CADDO 12 GUTHRIE 49, Western Heights 12 Class 6A BROKEN ARROW 42, Bixby 21 Enid 38, TULSA WASHINGTON 34 Jenks 56, SAPULPA 14 Owasso 48, PONCA CITY 7 BARTLESVILLE 35, Sand Springs 28 Class 5A Claremore 28, TAHLEQUAH 21 Coweta 44, TULSA EAST CENTRAL 42 Duncan 31, ALTUS 27 TULSA KELLEY 33, Durant 26 COLLINSVILLE 27, Grove 17 Tulsa Central 22, PRYOR 20 SKIATOOK 34, Tulsa Hale 16 Class 4A Catoosa 42, MIAMI 28 Clinton 44, ELGIN 20 ANADARKO 48, Elk City 19 Fort Gibson 36, BROKEN BOW 13 Oologah 32, TULSA WEBSTER 12 CASCIA HALL 28, Sallisaw 24 POTEAU 38, Stilwell 14 MULDROW 34, Tulsa Rogers 22 CLEVELAND 35, Vinita 32 Wagoner 40, TULSA McLAIN 21 WEATHERFORD 24, Woodward 21 Class 3A Beggs 44, OKMULGEE 12 Cushing 42, BRISTOW 28 SPERRY 24, Dewey 21 STIGLER 28, Eufaula 20 MORRIS 21, Henryetta 20 HILLDALE 42, Inola 35 SEQ. TAHLEQUAH 34, Keys (Park Hill) 14 Lincoln Christian 38, JAY 24 Lone Grove 42, ATOKA 14 Metro Christian 48, BLACKWELL 7 Plainview 28, SULPHUR 12 Roland 30, HEAVENER 13 Seminole 49, SEQ. CLAREMORE 35 Spiro 40, IDABEL 12 CHECOTAH 34, Valliant 6 BERRYHILL 31, Verdigris 14 Victory Christian 49, KELLYVILLE 6 LOCUST GROVE 38, Westville 12 Class 2A Adair 28, NOWATA 21 Alva 35, PERRY 14 NEWKIRK 27, Chelsea 13 TISHOMINGO 14, Coalgate 7 SALINA 28, Colcord 18 Hartshorne 30, PANAMA 28 HASKELL 21, Holdenville 20 Hugo 42, POCOLA 20 COMMERCE 24, Kansas 21 Kingston 21, KONAWA 18 Lindsay 37, FREDERICK 14 COMANCHE 28, Mangum 21 STRATFORD 20, Marietta 14 STROUD 35, Mounds 7 CHOUTEAU 28, Oklahoma Union 14 Pawhuska 28, CANEY VALLEY 20 KETCHUM 30, Quapaw 16 Regent Prep 35, WILBURTON 14 Tonkawa 28, PAWNEE 21 Vian 44, ANTLERS 20 Wyandotte 28, HULBERT 7 Class A THOMAS 48, Apache 20 OKLAHOMA BIBLE 25, Beaver 13 CORDELL 28, Carnegie 21 Central Sallisaw 30, QUINTON 12 Gore 32, CANADIAN 16 KIEFER 54, Depew 20 Fairland 28, LIBERTY 14 SAVANNA 36, Haileyville 16 RINGLING 34, Healdton 20 Hollis 44, SNYDER 12 MORRISON 22, Hominy 14 OKEENE 35, Hooker 6 WYNNEWOOD 42, Maysville 28 Rush Springs 30, BRAY-DOYLE 13 Sayre 28, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 16 Summit Christian 48, FOYIL 14 Talihina 42, UNION CHR. (ARK.) 20 Texhoma 35, MOORELAND 21 FAIRVIEW 28, Turpin 8 Velma-Alma 40, WILSON 14 EMPIRE 38, Walters 22 Warner 30, PORTER 12 ELMORE CITY 28, Wewoka 27 Yale 34, BARNSDALL 14 Class B Allen 34, GEARY 20 Cave Springs 44, GANS 32 Laverne 56, MEDFORD 6 Merritt 42, CANTON 20 SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 44, Oaks 38 CENTRAL MARLOW 40, Paoli 28 Pond Creek-Hunter 56, WAUKOMIS 24 WETUMKA 58, Porum 20 GARBER 54, Seiling 20 Strother 56, BOWLEGS 8 WOODLAND 40, Watts 22 CYRIL 48, Waurika 28 Welch 28, SASAKWA 20 KEOTA 50, Weleetka 40 Class C Balko 42, BUFFALO 22 KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 44, Claremore Chr. 20 WAYNOKA 56, Goodwell 8 Grandfield 54, GRACEMONT 8 Midway 44, BOKOSHE 20 CHEROKEE 58, Mount View-Gotebo 12 Ryan 38, CORN BIBLE 22 Sharon-Mutual 56, BOISE CITY 30 Thackerville 48, WEBBERS FALLS 24 Tipton 60, DUKE 6 SHATTUCK 48, Tyrone 14 BLUEJACKET 56, Wesleyan Chr. 8 Independent Holland Hall 35, DALLAS GREENHILL 14 Saturday, Oct. 5 City Area LIGHTHOUSE CHR. 34, Community Chr. 30 OKC Legion 38, AFTON 24
Altus coach Chad Stone saw the YouTube video of how Columbia River High School in Vancouver, Wash., beat Skyview and thought it might be a teaching tool for his players. He just didn't know it would come in handy two weeks later.
High school football notebook: Altus beats Chickasha in crazy fashion
BY JACOB UNRUH AND SCOTT WRIGHT | Sep 28, 2013Altus coach Chad Stone saw the YouTube video of how Columbia River High School in Vancouver, Wash., beat Skyview and thought it might be a teaching tool for his players. He just didn't know it would come in handy two weeks later. The Bulldogs beat Chickasha 32-29 in double overtime in crazy fashion Friday night, mirroring the play that received national attention when Skyview blocked the game-winning field goal but failed to pick up the loose ball, allowing Columbia River to recover it and score. Altus attempted the same thing in double overtime when Gabe Barton's kick was blocked and Chickasha players started walking off the field. Tight end Jackson Herring picked up the ball but nearly handed it to an official before running into the end zone. There was just one problem — the whistle had been blown. “There was about four or five minutes of confusion,” Stone said. The officials ruled that it was an inadvertent whistle and they would replay the down. Barton made the second try from 20 yards out to win the game. The win is the first this season for the Bulldogs, who play host to rival Duncan next week. Stone, though, was not only happy to get the win, but see the officials make the right call. “I thought for a little bit that maybe we were going to get homered a little bit, but they went ahead and did the right thing,” he said. “Our kids are pretty talented. We've had a tough schedule, tough stretch and the kids have not been playing with much confidence. A win like that hopefully can jump-start some confidence.” DOUGLASS' CLARK RECORDS 50TH CAREER SACK On a night full of big plays by Douglass, Deondre Clark reached an impressive personal milestone with his 50th career quarterback sack in Friday's 54-0 win over Tecumseh. Clark set the Douglass school record for sacks in a season with 22 a year ago, and he showed his athletic ability on offense Friday night as well. He scored two rushing touchdowns, including a 68-yarder in the third quarter. Seven of the Trojans' eight touchdowns went for 57 yards or more, with sophomore quarterback Patrick McKaufman throwing three long touchdown passes on his way to a 300-yard night. Linebacker Johnny Jones also returned an interception 63 yards for a score. Douglass (3-1) leaves Oklahoma City for the first time this season, heading to Mannford for another District 4A-2 game Friday. CRESCENT OVERCOMES MISTAKES Crescent coach J.L. Fisher has seen some inconsistencies with the Tigers' offense. “We look absolutely incredible one series and the next series it's like, ‘Where did that team go?'” he said. That was the same situation Friday for Crescent during the 38-22 win against Carnegie. The Tigers committed five turnovers, but Michael Cronister rushed for more than 200 yards and Tristan Lacey had 169 yards receiving and three touchdowns. Lacey was also 1 for 2 in field goal attempts. But Fisher is hoping to see some improvements moving forward. “It's just young mistakes that we've got to improve on,” Fisher said. COACHES REACH MILESTONE WINS Kingfisher coach Jeff Myers admits beating Heritage Hall for his 100th career win was special. “Heritage Hall has a lot of tradition,” he said. “I don't think in Kingfisher's history, as far as I can remember, I don't think Kingfisher has ever beaten them at Heritage Hall. “Anytime you can beat a team that has as much tradition and is as well through of as Heritage Hall, if it's your first win or 100th win it's pretty sweet.” Myers wasn't the only coach to accomplish a milestone Friday. Tuttle coach Phil Koons and Tipton coach Jim Kerbo each won their 200th game. BETHANY'S DUKE HAS ANOTHER BIG GAME Bethany junior quarterback Kyle Duke keeps improving. He accounted for four more touchdowns for the Bronchos in their 45-27 win against Chandler. “He has just kind of settled in,” Bethany coach Reagan Roof said. “He didn't play as well as we would have liked him to the first two weeks. He just looks a lot more calm and poised out there. He's seeing everything and making his reads both in the run game and passing game.” Duke rushed for 267 yards and three touchdowns. He also completed 15 of 21 passes for 148 yards and one TD. TOP PERFORMERS *Empire junior Dylan Twigg accounted for six touchdowns in the Bulldogs' 41-20 win against Rush Springs. He carried the ball 33 times for 306 yards and four TDs, and he also threw a 48-yard TD. But he was just as impressive on defense, coming up with a pick-six as part of his two interceptions and fumble recovery. *Summit Christian senior Jeremy Pelotte had 308 all-purpose yards and three TDs during a 60-12 victory against Liberty. Senior receiver Haden Farrell also caught five passes for 140 yards and two TDs.
Sep 25, 2013
Scott Wright predicts the score of every game in the state, including Carl Albert-Deer Creek, Edmond Santa Fe-Southmoore and Kingfisher-Heritage Hall.
Week 4 Oklahoma high school football picks
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Sep 25, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 137-46 (74.9 pct.) Overall record: 391-152 (72.0 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area Chr. Heritage 35, NORTHEAST 14 STAR SPENCER 34, John Marshall 30 PUTNAM CITY 28, Sapulpa 21 Class C Shattuck 54, BUFFALO 38 Independent REGENT PREP 48, Cookson Hills 38 Friday's Games City Area Bethel 28, CENTENNIAL 22 Blanchard 42, LITTLE AXE 20 ST. MARY 21, Bridge Creek 20 DUNCAN 35, Capitol Hill 14 BETHANY 34, Chandler 30 WYNNEWOOD 28, Community Chr. 12 Coyle 44, WELCH 24 Crescent 45, CARNEGIE 16 OKLAHOMA CHR. 35, Crooked Oak 22 CASADY 31, Dallas Greenhill 24 CARL ALBERT 28, Deer Creek 21 Destiny Christian 48, CORN BIBLE 22 Dibble 44, LUTHER 42 Edmond North 28, PUTNAM NORTH 13 Edmond Santa Fe 45, SOUTHMOORE 38 WAYNE 28, Elmore City 24 WASHINGTON 34, Frederick 12 OKLA. CHRISTIAN ACA. 36, Geary 28 Glenpool 38, McLOUD 35 Guthrie 50, GUYMON 6 MEEKER 30, Haskell 20 Kingfisher 34, HERITAGE HALL 28 Lawton 35, EDMOND MEMORIAL 24 DEL CITY 44, Lawton Mac 38 Lexington 28, MARIETTA 12 PAOLI 24, Macomb 8 Marlow 48, JONES 42 McAlester 42, NOBLE 21 McGuinness 24, EL RENO 13 NORMAN NORTH 30, Midwest City 28 CASHION 35, Minco 32 Moore 41, U.S. GRANT 12 TUTTLE 35, Newcastle 28 Norman 34, MUSTANG 30 Northwest 41, WESTERN HEIGHTS 20 MILLWOOD 52, OKC Legion 20 PURCELL 30, Pauls Valley 22 SEMINOLE 46, Perkins 31 WOODWARD 28, Piedmont 21 STILLWATER 27, Ponca City 17 CHOCTAW 42, Putnam West 35 HARRAH 30, Santa Fe South 14 ARDMORE 38, Southeast 20 Stroud 48, WELLSTON 20 SW Covenant 44, MIDWAY 16 DOUGLASS 42, Tecumseh 12 SHAWNEE 28, Tulsa Memorial 20 HENNESSEY 34, Tulsa NOAH 24 Watonga 28, CROSSINGS CHR. 21 DAVENPORT 50, Weleetka 44 Westmoore 35, BIXBY 28 Windsor Hills 38, LIFE CHRISTIAN 22 OKC PATRIOTS 34, Wright Christian 20 Yukon 42, LAWTON IKE 21 Class 6A ENID 28, Bartlesville 24 Broken Arrow 41, MUSKOGEE 17 JENKS 55, Tulsa Edison 15 Tulsa Union 34, OWASSO 24 Tulsa Washington 35, SAND SPRINGS 27 Class 5A CHICKASHA 28, Altus 19 CLAREMORE 31, Collinsville 27 COWETA 35, Pryor 28 DURANT 17, Skiatook 14 Tahlequah 28, GROVE 21 Tulsa East Central 21, TULSA CENTRAL 20 Tulsa Kelley 35, TULSA HALE 14 Class 4A Anadarko 44, CACHE 24 Cascia Hall 38, STILWELL 12 WAGONER 34, Catoosa 28 ELK CITY 28, Elgin 27 Fort Gibson 33, TULSA ROGERS 20 ADA 27, Mannford 17 BROKEN BOW 38, Muldrow 15 Poteau 28, SALLISAW 24 Tulsa McLain 35, MIAMI 14 CLEVELAND 27, Tulsa Webster 7 OOLOGAH 22, Vinita 14 CLINTON 41, Weatherford 28 Class 3A DICKSON 28, Atoka 14 Berryhill 42, DEWEY 20 VERDIGRIS 14, Blackwell 12 Checotah 34, ROLAND 28 VALLIANT 27, Heavener 14 EUFAULA 28, Idabel 6 HILLDALE 35, Jay 7 BEGGS 42, Kellyville 12 Keys (Park Hill) 28, WESTVILLE 16 Lincoln Christian 31, LIGHTHOUSE CHR. 24 Locust Grove 30, SEQ.-TAHLEQUAH 21 PLAINVIEW 34, Madill 14 Metro Christian 48, PAWHUSKA 14 BRISTOW 21, Morris 17 INOLA 20, Okmulgee 14 CUSHING 42, Prague 14 SEQ.-CLAREMORE 36, Sperry 20 Stigler 31, SPIRO 24 Sulphur 28, LONE GROVE 14 Victory Christian 45, HENRYETTA 12 Class 2A Alva 38, CHISHOLM 18 HARTSHORNE 44, Antlers 14 ADAIR 50, Caney Valley 20 Chouteau 24, CHELSEA 20 Commerce 34, WYANDOTTE 14 Hinton 28, MANGUM 8 Hobart 48, LINDSAY 44 HUGO 28, Holdenville 24 Colcord 24, Hulbert 14 Kansas 30, QUAPAW 12 SALINA 28, Ketchum 22 DAVIS 42, Konawa 20 Nowata 35, OKLAHOMA UNION 6 Okemah 46, MOUNDS 12 WILBURTON 28, Panama 24 Pawnee 20, NEWKIRK 14 TONKAWA 28, Perry 21 VIAN 42, Pocola 12 Savanna 35, COALGATE 20 KINGSTON 21, Tishomingo 20 Class A Afton 30, FAIRLAND 20 HOMINY 21, Barnsdall 12 TEXHOMA 48, Beaver 22 WALTERS 21, Bray-Doyle 20 THOMAS 42, Burns Flat 14 STRATFORD 28, Caddo 7 Canadian 20, HAILEYVILLE 6 HOLLIS 42, Cordell 21 YALE 24, Drumright 8 Empire 20, RUSH SPRINGS 14 OKEENE 23, Fairview 7 WARNER 35, Foyil 14 CENTRAL SALLISAW 28, Gore 14 Hooker 40, TURPIN 12 Kiefer 30, PORTER 8 SUMMIT CHRISTIAN 28, Liberty 7 OKLAHOMA BIBLE 27, Mooreland 16 Morrison 42, DEPEW 16 SNYDER 22, Pioneer 20 TALIHINA 49, Quinton 28 Ringling 35, VELMA-ALMA 20 APACHE 32, Sayre 14 Wewoka 28, MAYSVILLE 19 HEALDTON 21, Wilson 14 Class B Alex 56, WAURIKA 12 COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 38, Canton 34 ALLEN 40, Central Marlow 34 FOX 48, Cyril 8 Dewar 56, BOWLEGS 6 PORUM 48, Gans 24 Garber 62, MERRITT 42 Keota 56, STROTHER 40 POND CREEK-HUNTER 52, Medford 8 Rejoice Christian 60, COPAN 6 LAVERNE 48, Ringwood 8 South Coffeyville 46, WATTS 16 SEILING 66, Waukomis 50 Wetumka 58, CAVE SPRINGS 12 Woodland 38, AGRA 34 Class C Bluejacket 54, DC-LAMONT 38 Boise City 48, GOODWELL 20 WEBBERS FALLS 44, Bokoshe 26 Cherokee 56, WESLEYAN CHR. 14 GRANDFIELD 54, Duke 12 KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 48, Gracemont 8 THACKERVILLE 64, Maud 54 TIPTON 56, Mount View-Gotebo 12 ARKOMA 48, Sasakwa 24 RYAN 42, Temple 28 SHARON-MUTUAL 46, Timberlake 42 BALKO 66, Waynoka 30 Independent HOLLAND HALL 28, Irving Cistercian 21 Saturday's Game Independent OSD 36, Kansas Deaf 12
Sep 18, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright predicts the score of the Week 3 games.
Oklahoma high school football picks: Week 3
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Sep 18, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 125-55 (69.4 pct.) Overall record: 254-106 (70.6 pct.) Thursday City Area BRIDGE CREEK 45, Anadarko JV 6 PUTNAM CITY 42, Choctaw 35 JOHN MARSHALL 30, Crooked Oak 27 St. Mary 28, NORTHEAST 14 Class 4A Poteau 28, Tulsa Webster 7 Class A CADDO 34, Durant JV 16 TALIHINA 36, Sallisaw JV 12 Class C BLUEJACKET 50, Cookson Hills 8 Friday City Area Apache 42, CROSSINGS CHR. 30 MADILL 20, Bethel 16 Capitol Hill 28, TULSA ROGERS 12 Cashion 42, LUTHER 38 Centennial 22, U.S. GRANT 14 Chandler 35, HARRAH 28 Chr. Heritage 34, LINCOLN CHR. 17 DESTINY CHR. 48, Community Chr. 28 REJOICE CHR. 44, Coyle 36 CASADY 28, Dallas Episcopal 24 WETUMKA 50, Davenport 44 Davis 29, HERITAGE HALL 28 Dibble 44, EMPIRE 40 CARL ALBERT 21, Duncan 14 DEER CREEK 35, Edmond Memorial 34 Edmond Santa 28, EDMOND NORTH 13 Guthrie 31, ENID 21 KINGFISHER 35, Hennessey 28 PURCELL 30, Lexington 16 Lindsay 27, PAULS VALLEY 23 CENTRAL MARLOW 56, Macomb 12 SEMINOLE 49, McLoud 42 Meeker 34, WAYNE 28 Midwest City 28, DEL CITY 27 Millwood 40, ADAIR 22 Minco 42, MAYSVILLE 12 Mustang 48, STILLWATER 42 BLANCHARD 35, Newcastle 24 Noble 28, EL RENO 21 Norman 27, YUKON 24 WOODWARD 28, Northwest 21 OKC Legion 32, TULSA HALE 20 OKC Patriots 26, SUNRISE CHR., KAN. 22 ALLEN 38, Okla. Christian Aca. 34 Oklahoma Christian 27, JONES 21 SHAWNEE 35, Ponca City 20 PUTNAM NORTH 48, Putnam West 20 SANTA FE SOUTH 35, SeeWorth Aca. 12 CLINTON 49, Southeast 21 Southmoore 34, MOORE 21 DOUGLASS 28, Star Spencer 14 Tecumseh 28, LITTLE AXE 24 Tuttle 46, ELGIN 16 PERKINS 30, Verdigris 22 Washington 21, BETHANY 20 WINDSOR HILLS 42, Watts 22 McGUINNESS 28, Weatherford 21 CRESCENT 48, Wellston 14 PIEDMONT 35, Western Heights 22 Westmoore 37, NORMAN NORTH 34 Wright Christian 40, LIFE CHRISTIAN 38 Class 6A Bixby 28, SPRINGDALE, ARK. 21 Fayetteville, Ark. 45, MUSKOGEE 20 Lawton 49, ALTUS 14 LAWTON MAC 35, Lawton Eisenhower 28 JENKS 38, Owasso 24 SAND SPRINGS 28, Sapulpa 17 BARTLESVILLE 31, Skiatook 12 TULSA WASHINGTON 35, Tulsa East Central 21 Tulsa Edison 34, ELK CITY 20 BROKEN ARROW 44, Tulsa Union 38 Class 5A Ada 21, DURANT 14 GAINESVILLE, TEXAS 28, Ardmore 21 Chickasha 21, CACHE 20 McALESTER 42, Claremore 35 OOLOGAH 28, Collinsville 24 TULSA KELLEY 31, Coweta 21 WAGONER 28, Grove 14 Hugoton, Kan. 28, GUYMON 21 Pryor 27, MIAMI 12 SALLISAW 24, Tahlequah 18 TULSA McLAIN 34, Tulsa Central 20 Tulsa Memorial 27, TULSA NOAH 17 Class 4A Anadarko 48, PERRY 8 FORT GIBSON 35, Catoosa 31 CUSHING 28, Cleveland 15 VINITA 23, Dewey 14 Glenpool 33, SPERRY 20 Locust Grove 38, STILWELL 22 Mannford 21, BRISTOW 7 BROKEN BOW 21, Metro Christian 20 VIAN 32, Muldrow 20 Class 3A ANTLERS 14, Atoka 7 Berryhill 42, KELLYVILLE 22 Chisholm 42, BLACKWELL 8 Dickson 28, TISHOMINGO 14 LONE GROVE 31, Frederick 12 Hartshorne 33, STIGLER 28 Haskell 28, SPIRO 21 Heavener 22, GORE 20 CHECOTAH 28, Henryetta 21 BEGGS 45, Hilldale 28 HUGO 37, Idabel 20 Jay 28, McDONALD COUNTY 24 Keys (Park Hill) 21, EUFAULA 20 Okemah 28, MORRIS 21 Plainview 31, VALLIANT 7 Roland 22, OKMULGEE 12 Seq. Claremore 34, INOLA 22 VICTORY CHRISTIAN 55, Seq. Tahlequah 48 Stroud 28, PRAGUE 12 MARLOW 42, Sulphur 21 KANSAS 28, Westville 8 Class 2A Chouteau 35, PORTER 14 Coalgate 28, HOLDENVILLE 14 Colcord 35, CENTRAL SALLISAW 20 Comanche 26, WALTERS 20 Hinton 44, SAYRE 16 ALVA 38, Hobart 28 KIEFER 33, Hulbert 12 FAIRLAND 22, Ketchum 12 CORDELL 20, Mangum 14 YALE 28, Mounds 20 NOWATA 30, Newkirk 14 Oklahoma Union 26, FOYIL 18 COMMERCE 35, Oswego, Kan. 14 Pawhuska 21, HOMINY 20 BARNSDALL 24, Pawnee 16 QUINTON 26, Pocola 20 AFTON 28, Quapaw 22 Ringling 34, MARIETTA 14 BRAY-DOYLE 34, Duke 24 Salina 30, CHELSEA 12 Tonkawa 18, FAIRVIEW 12 PANAMA 28, Warner 18 KONAWA 32, Wewoka 24 SAVANNA 36, Wilburton 20 KINGSTON 40, Wilson 12 Wyandotte 22, CANEY VALLEY 14 Class A Depew 28, CANADIAN 14 Hartford, Ark. 28, HAILEYVILLE 6 WYNNEWOOD 34, Healdton 22 Hollis 34, BEAVER 14 Liberty 14, DRUMRIGHT 8 Mooreland 21, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 6 Okeene 48, PIONEER 20 MORRISON 28, Oklahoma Bible 27 HOOKER 30, San Jacinto Chr., Texas, 12 WATONGA 34, Snyder 14 RUSH SPRINGS 14, Stratford 7 Summit Christian 44, REGENT PREP 34 BOOKER, TEXAS 31, Texhoma 28 Thomas 48, CARNEGIE 14 Velma-Alma 32, ELMORE CITY 26 Class B SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 28, Agra 22 GANS 54, Bowlegs 20 Cave Springs 42, KEOTA 38 WOODLAND 36, Copan 12 Fox 58, ALEX 50 Garber 42, CANTON 30 Laverne 54, COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 28 Merritt 34, WAUKOMIS 20 Paoli 44, CYRIL 12 Pond Creek-Hunter 50, RINGWOOD 42 WELEETKA 42, Porum 22 Seiling 28, MEDFORD 18 DEWAR 60, Strother 54 Waurika 34, GEARY 20 Welch 44, OAKS 42 Class C MAUD 48, Arkoma 20 BALKO 56, Boise City 48 Buffalo 36 WAYNOKA 22 SW COVENANT 40, Claremore Chr. 20 DC-Lamont 54, TIMBERLAKE 34 Grandfield 44, CORN BIBLE 40 Midway 34, WEBBERS FALLS 28 Mount View-Gotebo 54, GRACEMONT 12 Rolla, Kan. 40, GOODWELL 14 Sasakwa 48, BOKOSHE 8 Shattuck 38, SOUTH BARBER, KAN. 30 Tipton 60, TEMPLE 20 SHARON-MUTUAL 52, Tyrone 28 Wesleyan Chr. 48, KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 24 Independent HOLLAND HALL 28, Arlington Oakridge 21 Cornerstone Chr. 42, BOULEVARD CHR. 30 Saturday, Sept 21 Independent OSD 48, Louisiana Deaf 28 Note: Home team in CAPS
Sep 15, 2013
Boise City raised more money than any other Class B school participating in Win-Win Week last year. After the strong response, a local fund was established to help offset the costs of people in the area who have to travel long distances for treatment.
Boise City's Win-Win Week efforts stretched far beyond one week
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Sep 15, 2013According to the all-knowing Google, it's 328 miles from the center of town in Boise City, in the western part of the Oklahoma Panhandle, to the Stephenson Cancer Center at the OU Health Sciences Center on the east side of downtown Oklahoma City. But distance doesn't matter in Win-Win Week, which kicks off Monday across the state. The fourth-annual collaborative effort of the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association and the Stephenson Cancer Center, Win-Win Week is used to showcase cancer awareness and prevention among high school students who use their athletic events for the cause. The fall sports of football, volleyball, softball, cross country and fall baseball are used to promote cancer awareness and to raise money for the fight against cancer. Sitting 328 miles away from the cancer patients it was helping, Boise City — a high school with an average daily attendance of 81.29 students — raised more money than any other Class B school participating in Win-Win Week last year to claim the state championship for the class. But the impact of the event went even further. After the strong response to Win-Win Week, a local fund was established to help offset the costs of people in the area who have to travel long distances for treatment — perhaps the 328 miles to the Stephenson Cancer Center. In addition to Boise City, seven other schools were named state champions last year: Canton (Class A), Mounds (2A), Lexington and Purcell (3A), Tecumseh (4A), Del City (5A) and Southmoore (6A). All over the state this week and beyond, a broad array of events are planned at high school sporting events to signify the fight against cancer. Fundraisers will be held, and athletes will be seen wearing pink wristbands or socks or other accessories to promote the events for cancer awareness. Just like last year, Oklahoma Heisman Trophy winners Jason White, Billy Sims and Steve Owens will present the state championship trophies during the football state title games Dec. 5 in Stillwater. In the first three years of Win-Win Week — which actually extends well beyond seven days — 146 schools have participated, helping to raise more than $500,000 to help patients and family support programs at the Stephenson Center. Each school that raises at least $10,000 in Win-Win Week is given the opportunity to have a room at the Stephenson Center named in its honor. Through the first three years, 25 rooms have been named for 18 schools: Ada, Bridge Creek, Cheyenne, Duncan, Edmond Santa Fe, Frederick, Heritage Hall, Kingfisher, McAlester, Norman, Okarche, Pawhuska, Purcell, Putnam City North, Southmoore, Tecumseh, Tuttle and Wilson. Cancer prevention is an important component of the program that can't be forgotten, with the goal to educate students about how a healthy lifestyle (no tobacco, better diet, more exercise) can prevent cancer. Cancer prevention information for students can be found on the program's website, www.OKStudentsCare.org.
The game was never in doubt as the No. 3-ranked Bluejays led 42-6 by halftime.
High school football roundup: Kai Callins helps Guthrie rout Ponca City
FROM STAFF REPORTS | Sep 14, 2013Kai Callins ran for 115 yards and a touchdown Friday night, helping Class 5A's No. 3-ranked Guthrie coast to a 62-13 high school football victory over Ponca City at Jelsma Stadium. The game was never in doubt as the Bluejays led 42-6 by halftime. Callins' 4-yard TD run gave Guthrie a 7-0 lead early in the game. Senior wideout Donovan Jordan added five catches for 114 yards, including a 31-yard TD pass from Reed Roberts in the first quarter. Guthrie (2-0) forced five turnovers and held the Wildcats (0-2) to minus-21 yards rushing. PUTNAM CITY ROUTS WEST Putnam City remained unbeaten — and won its school district's championship — by routing Putnam City West 43-12 on Friday night. Putnam City beat its other sister school, Putnam City North, 34-7 a week ago. JaVon Knox scored touchdowns from 8 and 46 yards on Friday night for Putnam City (2-0). Denzel Dean added 8- and 11-yard TD runs for the Pirates. Steven Stallings threw for 298 yards and two touchdowns for Putnam City West (1-1). TITANS THUMP COWETA Defending 5A state champion Carl Albert rebounded from a Week 1 loss by trouncing Coweta, 43-7. Stevie Thompson completed 8 of 16 passes for 172 yards and three touchdowns. Thompson added a TD run as the No. 1-ranked Titans improved to 1-1. HUSKIES TROUNCE CHOCTAW Edmond North rolled up 426 yards and 27 first downs, cruising past Choctaw 42-3 in a Class 6A game. Ezell McIntee and Richard McCauley each scored two touchdowns for Edmond North (1-1). Choctaw (1-1), which managed a 23-yard field goal from Jacob McMullen, committed three turnovers. CHA BOUNCES ST. MARY Micah Wilson had touchdown runs of 4, 32 and 3 yards as Christian Heritage beat Mount St. Mary, 33-14. St. Mary (0-2) had a 7-0 lead after the first quarter on Matt Peace's 1-yard TD run, but Wilson scored twice in the second quarter to help the Crusaders (1-1) take control. HATCHELL LEADS HENNESSEY Quarterback Dylan Hatchell accounted for five touchdowns as Class 2A's No. 5-ranked Hennessey routed visiting Jones, 40-13. Hatchell completed 14 of 23 pass attempts for 155 yards and three TDs. RACERS OVERWHELM VERDIGRIS Zach Bergt scored four touchdowns Friday night during Newcastle's 51-7 whipping of Verdigris. Bergt ran for 8-, 12- and 15-yard touchdowns. He added a 34-yard fumble return for a TD on defense as the Racers improved to 2-0. LUTHER OUTLASTS HINTON The Luther Lions are 2-0 after a 36-22 triumph over Hinton in a Class 2A game. Hinton (1-1) took an early lead on Jacob Spady's 14-yard touchdown pass to Brennen Sniff. But Luther, trailing 6-0 at halftime, took the lead for good in the third quarter on Morice Wright's 46-yard run and 20-yard TD pass from Seth Stivers. The teams were penalized a combined 20 times for 210 yards. ELSEWHERE Class 3A's No. 2-ranked Seminole coasted to a 35-7 victory over Tecumseh. Doc Harvey had 40- and 30-yard touchdown passes to Xavier Freeman. ... Zach Stephens and Dillon Queen each ran for two touchdowns as Harrah blanked Piedmont, 29-0. ... Jacob Overton collected 163 yards on 17 carries during Minco's 43-0 rout of Wayne. Overton scored three touchdowns, one on a 31-yard punt return. ... Garber mashed Waukomis 62-16 behind Dallas Hunt, who ran for five touchdowns and passed for another. ... Okemah had three 100-yard rushers in its 48-28 victory over Prague. Randal Locust ran for 166 yards, Tack Murray added 123 and Tanner Britt rolled up 111. Murray had three touchdowns. ... Quarterback Jake Standlee scored two TDs as Meeker hammered Wewoka, 37-7. ... Class 4A's No. 5-ranked Anadarko remained unbeaten after it smashed Centennial, 62-0. Brandon Pollard passed for three touchdowns and ran for another. HOW THEY FARED How The Oklahoman's No. 1-ranked teams fared during Week 2 of the high school football season: CLASS 6A 1. Jenks (2-0) defeated No. 2 Tulsa Union, 20-16. Next: Friday vs. No. 5 Owasso CLASS 5A 1. Carl Albert (1-1) defeated Coweta, 43-7. Next: Friday vs. Duncan CLASS 4A 1. Wagoner (2-0) defeated Pryor, 35-13. Next: Friday vs. Grove CLASS 3A 1. Blanchard (2-0) defeated Lindsay, 48-6. Next: Friday vs. Newcastle CLASS 2A 1. Millwood (1-0) plays 4A No. 2 Douglass on Saturday. Next: Friday at No. 9 Adair CLASS A 1. Ringling (0-1) did not play. Next: Friday at Marietta CLASS B 1. Laverne (2-0) defeated Canton, 38-14. Next: Friday at Covington-Douglas CLASS C 1. Tipton (2-0) defeated Gracemont, 60-0. Next: Friday at Temple
Sep 11, 2013
Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state.
Oklahoma high school football picks: Week 2
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Sep 11, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record (and overall): 129-51 (.717) Thursday, Sept 12 City Area Casady 35, COMMUNITY CHR. 20 Mustang 48, PC NORTH 28 U.S. Grant 21, CAPITOL HILL 20 EDMOND SANTA FE 38, Yukon 28 Class 6A LAWTON IKE 28, Altus 24 Class 4A CASCIA HALL, 35, Glenpool 34 Class 3A LOCUST GROVE 21, Kansas 20 Class A SAVANNA 28, Beggs JV 14 Depew 21, OKEMAH JV 7 Cyril 40, MACOMB 12 Friday, Sept 13 City Area Blanchard 34, LINDSAY 14 Cache 45, SANTA FE SOUTH 12 Carl Albert 20, COWETA 17 Cashion 34, CENTRAL SALLISAW 7 ANADARKO 55, Centennial 8 OKLA. CHRISTIAN ACA. 27, Cent. Marlow 22 Chr. Heritage 38, ST. MARY 20 Crescent 44, OKLAHOMA BIBLE 16 Crossings Chr. 35, BRAY-DOYLE 34 SHAWNEE 24, Deer Creek 21 Dickson 16, BETHEL 14 Edmond North 21, CHOCTAW 20 El Reno 28, CHICKASHA 21 EDMOND MEMORIAL 33, Enid 20 CROOKED OAK 26, Frederick 22 CLINTON 34, Heritage Hall 31 LUTHER 28, Hinton 21 John Marshall 30, BRIDGE CREEK 17 HENNESSEY 34, Jones 21 DAVENPORT 48, Keota 44 Kingfisher 35, CHANDLER 28 LEXINGTON 27, Little Axe 21 McGuinness 21, TULSA KELLEY 20 Meeker 30, WEWOKA 27 NORMAN 28, Moore 7 Norman North 42, DEL CITY 38 Northwest 28, NORTHEAST 21 TULSA ROGERS 21, OKC Legion 16 DESTINY CHRISTIAN 35, OKC Patriots 14 Oklahoma Chr. 24, TONKAWA 20 BETHANY 31, Pauls Valley 20 McLOUD 40, Perkins 27 Piedmont 34, HARRAH 20 GUTHRIE 42, Ponca City 12 WASHINGTON 28, Purcell 27 Putnam City 48, PC WEST 12 Southeast 22, STAR SPENCER 16 MIDWEST CITY 27, Stillwater 13 SW Covenant 36, SASAKWA 24 SEMINOLE 50, Tecumseh 13 Tuttle 34, ELK CITY 20 NEWCASTLE 27, Verdigris 24 DIBBLE 35, Walters 14 Wayne 30, MINCO 28 YALE 28, Wellston 14 NOBLE 35, Western Heights 14 SOUTHMOORE 38, Westmoore 34 LIFE CHRISTIAN 22, Wichita Warriors 20 COYLE 40, Woodland 28 Class 6A TULSA EAST CENTRAL 45, Bartlesville 20 BENTONVILLE, ARK. 28, Broken Arrow 21 Jenks 38, TULSA UNION 34 LAWTON 28, Lawton Mac 22 OWASSO 44, Muskogee 18 Sand Springs 34, BIXBY 24 SAPULPA 21, Tulsa Hale 14 Tulsa Memorial 34, TULSA EDISON 14 McALESTER 28, Tulsa Washington 21 Class 5A COLLINSVILLE 28, Catoosa 24 ARDMORE 33, Durant 13 Grove 28, JAY 27 LIBERAL, KAN. 50, Guymon 12 CLAREMORE 44, Miami 14 Oologah 24, SKIATOOK 7 Rogers, Ark. 27, TAHLEQUAH 24 Springdale, Ark. 35, TULSA CENTRAL 13 Wagoner 34, PRYOR 28 Weatherford 20, DUNCAN 14 Class 4A Ada 35, IDABEL 12 Broken Bow 34, SHILOH CHR., ARK. 30 Cleveland 27, MANNFORD 20 PLAINVIEW 34, Elgin 14 FORT GIBSON 22, Hilldale 16 Nowata 28, VINITA 17 SEQ.-CLAREMORE 28, Sallisaw 21 Spiro 21, MULDROW 17 LINCOLN, ARK. 24, Stilwell 13 Tulsa McLain 34, SPERRY 14 BERRYHILL 28, Tulsa Webster 8 POTEAU 21, Van Buren, Ark. 14 Woodward 26, at Garden City, Kan. 20 Class 3A COALGATE 21, Atoka 14 Beggs 28, SEQ.-TAHLEQUAH 24 NEWKIRK 20, Blackwell 8 Bristow 14, STROUD 7 KEYS (PARK HILL) 21, Checotah 12 Colcord 18, WESTVILLE 14 VIAN 34, Eufaula 16 HARTSHORNE 21, Heavener 18 Henryetta 28, HOLDENVILLE 14 Inola 21, SALINA 13 CANEY VALLEY 33, Kellyville 16 MADILL 21, Kingston 20 Lincoln Christian 35, HOLLAND HALL 28 Marlow 20, COMANCHE 17 HASKELL 28, Morris 21 STIGLER, 35, Okmulgee 13 DEWEY 22, Pawhuska 15 CUSHING 55, Perry 35 OKEMAH 27, Prague 14 Roland 36, PANAMA 12 DAVIS 36, Sulphur 27 Tishomingo 27, LONE GROVE 22 METRO CHR. 28, Tulsa NOAH 21 HUGO 21, Valliant 16 Victory Christian 45, REGENT PREP 12 Class 2A Afton 21, KETCHUM 20 FOYIL 12, Chelsea 6 COMMERCE 35, Cherryvale, Kan. 7 FAIRVIEW 28, Chisholm 14 SUMMIT CHR. 27, Chouteau 22 HOBART 33, Cordell 20 Elmore City 35, MARIETTA 16 Fairland 30, QUAPAW 27 Gore 28, MOUNDS 14 POCOLA 40, Haileyville 8 Hulbert 21, WARNER 20 ALVA 36, Morrison 24 BARNSDALL 35, Oklahoma Union 34 HOMINY 28, Pawnee 22 WILBURTON 20, Quinton 12 Rush Springs 44, Riverside 6 MANGUM 28, Sayre 14 Stratford 35, KONAWA 33 Talihina 42, ANTLERS 8 ADAIR 44, Wyandotte 20 Class A Apache 28, CARNEGIE 6 BEAVER 21, Burlington, Colo. 12 WATONGA 35, Burns Flat 18 TEXHOMA 28, Clayton, N.M. 21 Hooker 42, HOLLIS 28 KIEFER 35, Liberty 12 EMPIRE 44, Maysville 14 MOORELAND 32, Pioneer 14 DRUMRIGHT 14, Porter 12 HEALDTON 21, Snyder 14 Thomas 16, OKEENE 14 SHAMROCK, TEXAS 35, Turpin 6 CADDO 34, Wilson 14 Wynnewood 28, VELMA-ALMA 24 Class B Alex 36, PAOLI 14 WAURIKA 22, Allen 16 LAVERNE 54, Canton 12 POND CREEK 56, Covington-Douglas 6 Dewar 48, CAVE SPRINGS 8 Gans 44, STROTHER 18 FOX 50, Geary 8 MERRITT 44, Medford 20 Oaks 52, WATTS 12 BOWLEGS 48, Porum 42 Rejoice Christian 56, WELCH 30 Ringwood 40, SEILING 36 Sharon-Mutual 44, AGRA 14 South Coffeyville 52, COPAN 28 GARBER 48, Waukomis 8 Wetumka 60, WELEETKA 58 Class C CHEROKEE 54, Bluejacket 14 ARKOMA 44, Bokoshe 32 Buffalo 48, BOISE CITY 34 WESLEYAN CHR. 44, Windsor Hills 28 BALKO 40, Corn Bible 26 MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 36, Duke 20 TYRONE 50, Goodwell 6 TIPTON 60, Gracemont 6 DC-LAMONT 56, Kremlin-Hillsdale 34 Maud 46, MIDWAY 6 THACKERVILLE 54, Ryan 50 Temple 44, GRANDFIELD 28 Timberlake 50, CLAREMORE CHR. 8 SHATTUCK 56, Waynoka 12 Webbers Falls 30, WRIGHT CHR. 20 Saturday, Sept 14 City Area Douglass 26, Millwood 23
Sep 7, 2013
Defying doctors and his own coaches' plans, Dakota Boxwell authored the comeback story of Week 1. The QB who severed a tendon in his thumb while noodling led Noble to a win over Tecumseh on Friday.
High school football: Return of the Noble noodler
BY JACOB UNRUH | Sep 7, 2013Dakota Boxwell knows what you're thinking. He's the “hillbilly kid” whose barehanded fishing hobby was set to end his high school football career. He's the Noble senior quarterback who tore up his throwing hand on a piece of rebar while trying to snag a catfish. Doctors looked at the severed tendon in his thumb and told Boxwell he'd thrown his last football. And just about the time the Noble noodler became a national story — USA Today and ESPN picked it up — Boxwell recast it. Defying doctors and his own coaches' plans, Boxwell authored the comeback story of Week 1 in Oklahoma high school football. Slated to play receiver the first three weeks because of an inability to take snaps, Boxwell passed for one touchdown and ran for another Friday night in Noble's 35-7 victory at Tecumseh. “I wish people would not look at me as some hillbilly kid that just goes noodling and fishing,” Boxwell said. “I have a 3.9 grade-point average and I am in all AP (Advanced Placement) classes.” Meaning he's smart enough to know noodling comes with risks. Boxwell insists he takes safety precautions, including wearing gloves. But that didn't keep him from snagging his hand on rebar sticking out of a piece of concrete someone threw into the Canadian River. After facing his angry and bewildered coaches, Boxwell started throwing the day after doctors told him he was finished as a passer. “Being from Noble, a lot of people do it. I noodle, but you never would think that you're going to get injured that way,” Noble offensive coordinator Kyle Davidson said. “People think it's crazy to do it. They think it's crazy sticking their hand in a hole when you don't know what's in there.” “It's not that crazy to do it and most of the time everything works out just fine and it's a fun sport.” Davidson said Boxwell looks even better throwing the ball now. “Stepping on the field last night, I was pumped up and ready to actually hit someone being in no-contact for so long,” Boxwell said. “It felt great to get out there and win.” And to move past the noodling incident. Boxwell has aspirations of attending the Naval Academy and becoming a chemical engineer. “I don't know very many kids that could do it, but I know he could do it,” Davidson said. “He's that type of kid. He does everything right for us.” But what about noodling? Said Boxwell, “I'm never going to do it again says my father, and says me, and says my coach and says my town.”
Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state: Thursday, Sept 5 City Area CRESCENT 34, Newkirk 20 EDMOND SANTA FE 34, Midwest City 28 HERITAGE HALL 35, Casady 24 LEXINGTON 27, OKC Legion 22 Millwood 42, STAR SPENCER 28 Norman North 31, NORMAN 28 NORTHWEST 28, John Marshall 22 Putnam West 28, WESTERN HEIGHTS 21 SOUTHEAST 21, U.S.
Oklahoma high school football: Picking this week's games
By Scott Wright | Sep 4, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state: Thursday, Sept 5 City Area CRESCENT 34, Newkirk 20 EDMOND SANTA FE 34, Midwest City 28 HERITAGE HALL 35, Casady 24 LEXINGTON 27, OKC Legion 22 Millwood 42, STAR SPENCER 28 Norman North 31, NORMAN 28 NORTHWEST 28, John Marshall 22 Putnam West 28, WESTERN HEIGHTS 21 SOUTHEAST 21, U.S. Grant 12 SOUTHMOORE 30, Carl Albert 28 STROUD 27, Chandler 13 WASHINGTON 24, Bridge Creek 13 Class 5A CLAREMORE 27, Oologah 24 Clinton 21, LAWTON MAC 16 Class 4A CLEVELAND 42, Hominy 21 Elgin 35, RUSH SPRINGS 27 ROLAND 28, Muldrow 20 Class 3A Inola 27, CHELSEA 14 LOCUST GROVE 17, Salina 13 Class 2A CHISHOLM 44, Oklahoma Bible 20 COMANCHE 26, Velma-Alma 24 GORE 28, Panama 21 Warner 35, CHOUTEAU 13 WEWOKA 33, Holdenville 13 Class A Quinton 42, HARTSHORNE JV 6 Class B Bluejacket 48, WELCH 28 MAUD 50, Bowlegs 42 POND CREEK 48, DC-Lamont 41 CANTON 42, Geary 12 CAVE SPRINGS 37, Watts 24 Independent Wright Christian 42, COOKSON HILLS 28 OSD 55, Missouri Deaf 48 Friday, Sept 6 City Area BLANCHARD 33, Bethany 20 CENTENNIAL 28, Capitol Hill 14 COYLE 44, Covington-Douglas 24 Crossings Chr. 38, BURNS FLAT 20 Deer Creek 41, PIEDMONT 27 TULSA EAST CENTRAL 35, Del City 33 SW COVENANT 47, Destiny Christian 42 Dibble 28, MINCO 21 COMMUNITY CHR. 38, Drumright 14 Edmond North 21, EDMOND MEMORIAL 17 Enid 42, CHOCTAW 38 WINDSOR HILLS 31, Gracemont 14 Guthrie 35, DUNCAN 20 WEATHERFORD 28, Harrah 14 WAYNE 35, Healdton 27 Hennessey 28, CHRISTIAN HERITAGE 24 Kingfisher 49, GUYMON 7 PURCELL 27, Lindsay 22 Little Axe 20, SANTA FE SOUTH 13 Luther 27, WELLSTON 16 McAlester 35, STILLWATER 34 McLoud 30, BETHEL 18 Metro Christian 27, OKLAHOMA CHR. 24 WESTMOORE 28, Moore 21 Noble 17, TECUMSEH 14 TULSA McLAIN 33, Northeast 20 OKC Patriots 27, GRANDFIELD 13 CASHION 34, Okeene 28 DAVENPORT 37, Okla. Christian Aca. 20 NEWCASTLE 21, Pauls Valley 20 JONES 28, Perkins 24 TUTTLE 21, Plainview 17 MEEKER 27, Prague 20 PUTNAM CITY 34, Putnam North 31 Sasakwa 30, MACOMB 19 RIVERSIDE 33, SeeWorth Aca. 16 McGUINNESS 31, Shawnee 28 St. Mary 27, CROOKED OAK 23 Tipton 48, LIFE CHRISTIAN 14 Tulsa Washington 21, DOUGLASS 20 EL RENO 22, Woodward 14 Yukon 42, MUSTANG 38 Class 6A BIXBY 28, Garden City, Kan. 13 Lawton 44, LAWTON EISENHOWER 20 SAND SPRINGS 35, Muskogee 20 BROKEN ARROW 42, Owasso 35 PONCA CITY 27, Sapulpa 24 TULSA EDISON 21, Tulsa Hale 13 Tulsa Kelley 28, BARTLESVILLE 24 Class 5A ADA 31, Ardmore 28 ANADARKO 27, Chickasha 21 POTEAU 30, Durant 22 Fort Gibson 35, TAHLEQUAH 21 GROVE 24, Miami 20 CATOOSA 38, Pryor 21 COLLINSVILLE 30, Skiatook 8 TULSA CENTRAL 21, Tulsa Memorial 20 Wagoner 42, COWETA 40 Class 4A GLENPOOL 24, Berryhill 20 Broken Bow 35, IDABEL 14 FREDERICK 48, Cache 13 Cascia Hall 27, HOLLAND HALL 14 Cushing 35, MANNFORD 27 GREENWOOD, ARK., 35, Sallisaw 14 VERDIGRIS 40, Stilwell 27 OKMULGEE 22, Tulsa Rogers 14 Victory Christian 41, TULSA WEBSTER 18 JAY 14, Vinita 7 ELK CITY 26, Watonga 16 Class 3A Adair 45, KELLYVILLE 22 Antlers 42, VALLIANT 12 BRISTOW 34, Beggs 28 PERRY 42, Blackwell 8 Checotah 14, MORRIS 7 NOWATA 20, Dewey 18 Hartshorne 17, HENRYETTA 12 Hugo 28, ATOKA 13 DICKSON 28, Kingston 21 Lincoln, Ark. 28, WESTVILLE 7 Madill 34, TISHOMINGO 13 Marlow 28, LONE GROVE 24 SEQ.-TAHLEQUAH 31, Okemah 17 Seminole 42, LINCOLN CHRISTIAN 28 Seq. Claremore 28, KEYS (PARK HILL) 20 Sperry 27, EUFAULA 22 Stigler 21, HILLDALE 20 Vian 49, SPIRO 28 Wynnewood 28, SULPHUR 14 Class 2A THOMAS 35, Alva 34 CANEY VALLEY 31, Barnsdall 28 HOBART 42, Carnegie 12 KANSAS 37, Central Sallisaw 13 Coalgate 28, STRATFORD 27 Commerce 21, MT. VERNON, MO. 14 HINTON 33, Cordell 27 Davis 42, RINGLING 38 WYANDOTTE 27, Fairland 21 KETCHUM 14, Foyil 13 COLCORD 30, Haskell 28 YALE 27, Hulbert 24 SAVANNA 35, Konawa 14 HOLLIS 42, Mangum 12 Marietta 35, WILSON 6 Morrison 28, Pawnee 7 LIBERTY 17, Mounds 14 Oklahoma Union 20, QUAPAW 14 POCOLA 42, Regent Prep 40 Tonkawa 28, PAWHUSKA 24 TALIHINA 34, Wilburton 12 Class A Apache 38, Walters 8 STANTON COUNTY, KAN. 35, Beaver 7 CANADIAN 27, Caddo 20 Elkhart, Kan. 44, Turpin 12 Elmore City 42, BRAY-DOYLE 13 Empire 30, SNYDER 13 Fairview 48, PIONEER 14 Hooker 21, CLAYTON, N.M., 20 Kiefer 42, AFTON 14 Porter 16, Depew 14 MOORELAND 28, Sayre 16 Summit Christian 35, HAILEYVILLE 12 Texhoma 35, GRUVER, TEXAS 8 Woodland 44, MAYSVILLE 30 Class B Alex 47, WELEETKA 42 WETUMKA 55, Allen 14 OAKS 42, Bokoshe 28 Central Marlow 48, MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 8 MERRITT 50, Corn Bible 12 REJOICE CHR. 55, Dewar 52 Gans 49, MIDWAY 6 Garber 56, WAYNOKA 14 Keota 48, ARKOMA 28 Laverne 60, SHATTUCK 54 Ringwood 44, TIMBERLAKE 42 Ryan 38, WAURIKA 12 Sharon-Mutual 46, SEILING 40 MEDFORD 38, Strother 36 FOX 64, Temple 34 Thackerville 56, PAOLI 42 KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 42, Waukomis 40 Webbers Falls 38, PORUM 28 Wesleyan Chr. 46, COPAN 30 Class C Balko 38, MOSCOW, KAN. 20 Cherokee 56, BUFFALO 30 Claremore Chr. 28, BOULEVARD CHR. 24 SANTANA, KAN. 22, Goodwell 14 DUKE 22, Merritt JV 16 Tyrone 44, ROLLA, KAN. 20 BOISE CITY 30, Walsh, Colo. 24 Independent TULSA NOAH 31, Lighthouse Chr. 21 Saturday, Sept 7 Class 6A EULESS-TRINITY 38, Jenks 34 DESOTO, TEXAS 42, Tulsa Union 21 Note: Home teams in CAPS
A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed the game day experience: *Gene Roop, an all-around athlete from Tulsa, died at age 95. He played basketball for Oklahoma in 1939, when the team participated in the first NCAA Tournament. OU, one of eight teams in the tournament, lost to eventual champion Oregon in the semifinals. It “didn't seem like that big a deal (then), and I don't think...
Game of life: Gene Roop played for Oklahoma's first NCAA Tournament team
BY SCOTT MUNN, Assistant Sports Editor, email@example.com | Aug 5, 2013A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed the game day experience: *Gene Roop, an all-around athlete from Tulsa, died at age 95. He played basketball for Oklahoma in 1939, when the team participated in the first NCAA Tournament. OU, one of eight teams in the tournament, lost to eventual champion Oregon in the semifinals. It “didn't seem like that big a deal (then), and I don't think anybody in Oklahoma got too excited about it,” Roop told the Tulsa World years ago. “Of course, if we'd gone on and won the national championship, people might have gotten a little excited.” Roop, a 6-foot-1 All-State guard, went to OU after leading Tulsa Central to the 1936 state basketball championship. He was also an excellent tennis player, winning two state doubles titles in high school and a pair of conference doubles crowns with the Sooners. Golf was Roop's trade. The World War II veteran operated Western Village Golf Course in Tulsa and worked as head pro at Mohawk Park. He had eight aces as a golfer. *Marv Rotblatt, 85, spent part of the 1956 baseball season with the Tulsa Oilers. At 5-foot-6 and 160 pounds, the lefty was 0-1 for Tulsa, which was one of four teams Rotblatt played for that season. He was on the downside of his pro career by the time he hit Tulsa; Rotblatt had played for the Chicago White Sox in 1948, '50 and '51. *Marjorie Carter Rosengrant owned and operated Triangle Express Trucking Co. from 1966-1992. In her spare time, Rosengrant liked to fish and golf. In 1994, she won the Oklahoma Senior Women's Golf Association championship at Lake Texoma. The Oklahoma City resident died recently at age 88. *Jim Canon, 90, of Oklahoma City played tennis and basketball at El Reno Junior College. The land man continued to play tennis as an adult, achieving several state rankings. Also an avid Sooner football fan who attended home games for more than 40 years. *Barbara Dexter Richardson, 52, of Muskogee was a fourth degree black belt, winning several state and national karate championships. She also served as a ringside official with the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission. By trade, Richardson was the general sales manager for Clear Channel in Tulsa. *Dick Dickson, 82, of Tulsa was on the Oklahoma State basketball team under coach Henry Iba. ... George Cole, 87, of Oklahoma City once owned a Dunlap Sporting Goods business. ... Eleanor Jaco Minx, 76, of Oklahoma City played on Capitol Hill High School's state championship softball team in 1953. ... Mabel Smith Clowers, 89, of Oklahoma City owned OU football season tickets with husband Paul for more than 40 years. ... Tony McVay, 75, of Tulsa bred and raised race horses. ... Steve Morgan, 60, was a youth bowling coach. *Shirley Powers Lewis, 61, of Stillwater was the wife of former Langston men's basketball coach Anthony Lewis. ... J.C. Clark, 81, of Oklahoma City played football at Britton High School and Connors Junior College. ... Luke Smith, 78, of Oklahoma City played football at Tecumseh High School and was a Golden Gloves boxer. ... Claude Heath, 84, of Midwest City captained the Prairie View High School basketball team. Also a standout baseball player. Milestones *Paralympian Cassie Mitchell won the world title in women's shot put at the International Paralympic Committee Athletics World Championships in Lyon, France. The Warner native and Oklahoma State graduate also won bronze in the 800 meters and finished fourth in the discus. ... Jeremy Campbell, a paralympian who trains at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, won the world championship in the men's discus. *Mary Beth Balcerak, 17, finished fourth in the women's high jump for ages 17-18 at the AAU Summer Olympics in Detroit. She competed against 58 others from the U.S. and its territories. Balcerak competes with the Plainview Summer Track Club. She will be a junior this fall at Pauls Valley High.
Aug 5, 2013
Can Ada run the table again? The Cougars could have a challenger in Douglass.
High school football: District 4A-2 notebook
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org | Aug 5, 2013Coming off a season in which Ada went unbeaten in District 4A-2, the Cougars were voted almost unanimously as the favorite to win the district once again. But running the table will be even tougher this season. Douglass will be strong again, and Glenpool should bounce back from a down year. Both McLoud and Mannford are expected to challenge for playoff spots as well, while Tecumseh and Harrah have shown in recent years that they can get into the mix, too. Ada's strength will be in the trenches, where the bulk of their seven returning starters can be found. Cameron Large, Eli Flinn and Jeromy Barker will anchor the offensive line, with Jacob Reed and Micah Simmer both returning at defensive end spots. DOUGLASS O-LINE PLAYING KEY ROLE Over the last five years, Douglass has been among the most productive rushing offenses in the state. But after graduating their top two running backs, the workload falls on an experienced offensive line to keep up that productivity. The Trojans return quarterback Patrick McKaufman, now a 6-foot-5 sophomore, who will benefit from an offensive line that includes seniors Jordan Stevenson, Deangelo Woodward and Mildren Montgomery, a Texas Tech commit. Douglass returns seven defensive starters and should be strong in the box. In addition to defensive end Deondre Clark, an LSU commit, the Trojans have defensive end Jalil England back, along with linebackers Johnny Jones and Brandon Jackson. McLOUD'S WOOD LEADS EXPERIENCED OFFENSE Joseph Wood established himself as one of Class 4A's better quarterbacks last year, and with eight other starters returning alongside him, the McLoud offense looks to be in good hands. Wood, a 6-foot-3, 210-pound senior, is being recruited by a variety of Division II programs and could elevate his status with another good year. Most importantly, he has a strong offensive line in front of him, anchored by Brian Heath, 6-foot-3, 290 pounds, and Aaron Smith, 6-foot-3, 320 pounds. Wood also has one of his top receiving targets back in Will Olds, a fourth-year starter who had 455 receiving yards last year. EXTRA POINTS Tecumseh coach Greg George has a tall task ahead replacing a very productive backfield duo of quarterback Colton Owen and running back Julian Tramble. ... Harrah maintained some continuity within its coaching staff by promoting Phil Webb to head coach after Greg Willis left to take the Purcell job. ... Some see Mannford as a team on the rise. Multiple coaches voted them as a playoff team in their preseason polls. ... Santa Fe South is heading in the right direction entering James Whitley's second year as head coach: “This is our first year with a full coaching staff, and we feel like the kids are responding well to what we're doing,” he said.
A look at the Oklahoma high school athletes who have signed to play college athletics as of Aug. 5, 2013.
Oklahoma high school athlete signing list: Aug. 5, 2013
Compiled by Scott Wright | Aug 4, 2013Football Ned Adair, Fort Gibson (ECU) Christian Aduddell, OCS (OBU) Dominique Alexander, Tulsa Washington (OU) Lorenzo Alexander, Northwest (SNU) Ryan Alger, Broken Arrow (South Dakota) Wes Allen, Sapulpa (NEO) Brandon Andraszek, Yukon (SWOSU) Parker A'Neal, Cascia Hall (ECU) Jaleel Asberry, Southmoore (NEO) Brett Asher, Cascia Hall (Hendrix) Garrett Asher, Carl Albert (NWOSU) Cameron Ashley, Bristow (NWOSU) Hunter Atyia, Tulsa Union (Air Force) Daniel August, Victory Christian (Pittsburg St.) Jordan Avants, Garber (ECU) Chris Baccus, Beggs (NEO) Tyler Bacon, Quapaw (Fort Hays St.) Glenn Banks, Douglass (Langston) Trey'Vonne Barr'e, Jenks (Iowa Western) Hunter Baskett, Mustang (SNU) Dawson Bassett, Tuttle (OSU) Joe Bean, Hooker (Tulsa) Joe Bell, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Michael Bell, Broken Arrow (Southwestern, Kan.) Brandon Berg, Tulsa Union (Missouri Southern) Theo Berry, Shawnee (NEO) Noah Berryhill, Sapulpa (UCO) Blake Biggs, Yukon (Henderson St.) Ethan Birdwell, Moore (Bethel) Hollis Birmingham, Tulsa Washington (Baker) Jacob Blair, Christian Heritage (NEO) Jaelen Bledsoe, Tulsa McLain (Emporia St.) Joel Blumenthal, Deer Creek (Butler CC) Paden Bond, Madill (SEOSU) Terrance Bonner, Southmoore (ECU) Wess Bowman, Tulsa Memorial (NSU) Rob Boyd, Vian (Tulsa) Deontai Bradford, Tulsa Central (Baker) Bo Bradshaw, Carl Albert (OBU) Jack Braught, Duncan (OU)* Andy Brestel, Fort Gibson (Pittsburg St.) Meli Brewer, Midwest City (Friends) Kyle Britt, Okemah (Ottawa) Dustin Brothers, Stillwater (NEO) Antoine Brown, Tulsa East Central (Pittsburg St.) D'Vonte Brown, Tulsa Central (Baker) Sam Brown, Edmond North (Grand View) Clay Burt, Liberty (NEO) Brock Byford, Edmond North (NEO) James Caligone, Tulsa Washington (UAB) Braden Calip, Jenks (UCO) Tucker Calmus, Mustang (SEOSU) Cole Cameron, Kingfisher (UCO) Dylan Cantrell, Wagoner (UCO) Austin Carmichael, Broken Arrow (Missouri Southern) Dapree Carson, Southmoore (Arkansas Tech) Kimmie Carson, Tulsa East Central (New Mexico) Randall Case, Jones (ECU) Hunter Chalfant, Hinton (UCO) Jared Chance, Mustang (Drake) Cody Chancellor, Bishop McGuinness (OU)* Zach Clark, Westmoore (OBU) La'teze Clayton, Wagoner (UCO) Corbin Cleveland, Norman North (OBU) Evan Coles, Norman North (ECU) Stephen Cochran, Bartlesville (Drake) Samory Collier, Owasso (NEO) Shane Collins, Elmore City-Pernell (NWOSU) Kameron Cooper, Hugo (SEOSU) Tyler Cortez, Vian (NEO) Justin Coryell, Newcastle (Emporia St.) Josh Crockett, Bristow (UCO) Calan Crowder, Bartlesville (Missouri St.) Novis Cullom, Tulsa Memorial (NEO) Jordan Cunningham, Claremore (NSU) Chris Dahlquist, Tulsa Union (Texas-San Antonio) Eric Davis, Edmond Santa Fe (NWOSU) Frankie Davis, Broken Arrow (Tulsa) Kenneth Davis, Star Spencer (NSU) Ricardo DeLuna, Southeast (Langston) Dakota Diessner, Durant (Air Force) Jackson Dillon, Ringling (Memphis) Ray Douglass, Southeast (Langston) Trevor Dowell, Hennessey (SWOSU) Lavonte Doxey, Norman North (NWOSU) DeAndre Drink, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Dalton Duke, Lexington (NWOSU) Cameron Durant, Tulsa Washington (ECU) Cody Earp, Southmoore (Colorado St.-Pueblo) Shain Edwards, Destiny Christian (ECU) Shawn Epps, Del City (Langston) Jordan Evans, Norman North (OU) Bo Farrow, Broken Arrow (Pittsburg St.) Cameo Fennerm Cache (OBU) Marquice Fletcher, Tulsa Union (South Dakota) Tyler Follis, Deer Creek (SWOSU) Anthony Ford, Broken Arrow (MidAmerica Nazarene) Brantley Ford, Altus (OBU) Tevin Foster, Lawton (South Dakota) Lee Frazier, Douglass (Bethany) Carlos Freeman, Midwest City (Washington St.) Cornelius Fugett, Edmond Santa Fe (Panhandle St.) Jackson Fuselier, Tulsa Washington (Tulsa)* Caden Gacek, Bixby (NWOSU) Aron Gaines, Northeast (Friends) Jake Gandara, Fort Gibson (UCO) Alejandro Garcia, Tulsa East Central (NEO) Brandon Garrett, Edmond North (OBU) Wes Gaymon, Putnam North (Bethany) Melvin Gilliam, Tulsa Washington (Southwestern, Kan.) Dalton Gillispie, Prague (OBU) Jason Goff, OCS (OBU) Hunter Gomez, Carl Albert (Westminster) Blake Gordon, Stroud (ECU) Darius Graham, Lawton MacArthur (Northern Colorado) Austin Grauer, Lincoln Christian (Trinity University) Brice Gregory, Mooreland (Panhandle St.) Delans Griffin, Clinton/NEO (Panhandle St.) Chris Hall, Tulsa Union (Tulsa) Niko Hammer, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (OSU)* Seth Handley, Enid (ECU) Nick Hardaway, Westmoore (OU)* Jordan Harding, Broken Arrow (SNU) Khari Harding, Edmond Santa Fe (Auburn) Gerald Hardridge, Tulsa Central (McPherson) Kahlil Harper, Tulsa Union (Army) Terry Harris, Douglass (Morgan St.) Cody Helms, Coweta (OBU) Karltrell Henderson, Southmoore (SWOSU) Mitch Henderson, Kingfisher (SWOSU) Jacob Hendrickson, Tulsa Union (NEO) d'Vante Henry, Southmoore/Arizona Western (West Virginia) Josh Herman, Tulsa East Central (Southwestern, Kan.) Ray Hernandez, Midwest City (Friends) Devin Herriman, Sallisaw (NWOSU) D.J. Hicks, Norman North (Lindenwood) Tyler Hicks, Frederick (SWOSU) Jake Higginbotham, Norman North (ECU) Zeth Higginbottom, Mustang (OBU) Chris High, Douglass (Navy) Bingham Hightower, Cushing (SNU) Levi Hill, Hennessey (NWOSU) Zach Hill, Blanchard (UCO) Colby Hinkle, Dewey (Missouri Southern) Caleb Holland, Carl Albert (OBU) Jon-Michael Hollarn, Tuttle (OBU) Hayden Holmes, Coweta (Hastings) Kendall Holmes, Tulsa Union (NEO) Eric Holt, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Dillon Hood, Bixby (NEO) Buster Horn, Seiling (NWOSU) Grant Hoover, Frederick (OBU) Luke Hoskins, Edmond North (SWOSU) Dylan House, Bartlesville (NWOSU) Clay Hunt, Jones (MidAmerica Nazarene) Aristeo Ibarra, Frederick (Panhandle St.) Cory Irwins, Mustang (ECU) Nick Jeffreys, Bishop McGuinness (The Citadel) Austin Jennings, Harrah (SEOSU) DeAndre Jennings, Bixby (NEO) Blake Johnson, Henryetta (OBU) Devanta Johnson, Tulsa East Central (NEO) Qualan Johnson, Midwest City (NEO) Sam Johnson, Sapulpa (Henderson St.) Carsie Jones, Tulsa Washington (Evangel) Redford Jones, Norman North (Tulsa)* Taylor Jones, Broken Arrow (Missouri Valley) Marcus Jordan, Bixby (Langston) Dalton Julian, Broken Bow (SEOSU) Tre Kelley, Edmond Santa Fe/Missouri State (SWOSU) J.T. Ketch, Bethel (OBU) Cooper Koons, Tuttle (OBU) Trey Knowles, Wynnewood (SNU) Khalid Kornegay, Tulsa Union (South Dakota) Augie Kraft, Hennessey/UCO (Friends) Brady Krittenbrink, Pond Creek-Hunter (NEO) Elijah Lane, Yukon (Langston) Colton Langford, Lexington (NWOSU) Corey Lawrence, Del City (Oregon St.) Nathan Lee, Jones (OU)* Mvhayv Locust, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (UCO) Tre Locust, Vian (NSU) Austin Loomis, Deer Creek (SWOSU) Andrew Long, Southmoore/Air Force (UCO) Zach Long, Norman (OU)* Caleb Longest, Duncan (NWOSU) Terry Love, Del City (Langston) Jaylen Lowe, Owasso (Tulsa) Tajh Lowe, Tulsa Washington (UAB) Nick Lucido, Jenks (Augustana) Andrew Lusky, Oklahoma Bible Academy (Kansas Wesleyan) Johnathan Martin, Southmoore (SNU) Isaac Maselera, Glenpool/OSU (Pittsburg St.) Anthony Mason, Miami/NEO (Friends) Scott Matiaha, Thomas (NEO) Blake Maxey, Keys-Park Hill (NSU) Jon McBride, Del City (NWOSU) Garrett McBroom, Stillwater (NEO) Cory McCalister, Carl Albert (OBU) Markice McCane, Del City (Panhandle St.) Ryder McCaskill, Davis (ECU) Andrew McClung, CCS (SNU) Coleton McDonald, Liberty (ECU) Justice McFadden, Guthrie (NWOSU) Tanner McGehee, Alva (NWOSU) Lattarrius McGoy, Tulsa East Central (NEO) Tyrone McGriff, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Ty McKenzie, Owasso (Missouri Southern) Mason McMillan, Tahlequah (NSU) Abrm McQuarters, Cascia Hall (Dartmouth) Blake Mejia, Tulsa Union (Tulsa) Dallen Mercer, Velma-Alma (ECU) Channing Meyer, Norman North (Merchent Marine Academy) Logan Miller, Enid (NWOSU) Tevin Mitchell, Piedmont (Panhandle St.) Brennan Miyake, Deer Creek (UCO)* Cre Moore, Broken Arrow (Kansas St.) Derrick Moore, Wetumka (NSU) Jerrit Moore, Westmoore (NEO) Ross Moore, Broken Arrow (SNU) Tae Moore, Putnam City North (NEO) Josh Morgan, Westmoore (ECU) Jonah Motley, Stillwater (NEO) Heath Newland, Edmond North (OU)* Jeremy Newton, Garber (ECU) Sam Noble, Oologah (UCO) Dedrien Nowden, Davis (UCO) Ben Oberste, Sallisaw (Tulsa) Shaq Oliver, Chickasha (McPherson College) Colton Owen, Tecumseh (Arizona Western) J.J. Ozturk, Keys-Park Hill (NSU) Jerech Page, Edmond North (SWOSU) John Page, Bethany (SNU) Bryson Parker, Del City (Panhandle St.) Jalaun Parker, Edmond Santa Fe (Panhandle St.) Aaron Patterson, Stillwater (NSU) Garrett Patterson, Jenks (Chadron St.) Bryan Payne, Norman North (NEO) Andrew Pence, Bixby (William Jewell) Michael Perez, Altus (SWOSU) Devin Peyton, Perkins-Tryon (NWOSU) T.J. Ponds, Wagoner (NSU) Garrett Powell, Bartlesville/NEO (Pittsburg St.) Beau Proctor, Norman North (NSU) Kaleb Prough, Edmond North (SWOSU) Dominick Pyfer, Lawton (SWOSU) Andrew Ramos, Frederick (Panhandle St.) Jake Ramos, Glenpool (NWOSU) Jermaine Rathod, Tulsa Memorial (NEO) Jared Rayburn, Deer Creek (SWOSU) Ty Reasnor, Cashion (Emporia St.) Keizon Reed, Tulsa Central (Baker) Joel Reser, Del City/NEO (ECU) Chandler Rhodes, Mustang (MidAmerica Nazarene) Dillon Rice, Muskogee (UCO) Dakota Ritchie, Foyil (NSU) Donovan Roberts, Norman/Arkansas (UCO) Brooks Robertson, Roland (UCO) Dexton Robertson, Cahsion (Pittsburg St.) Imond Robinson, Norman (Arkansas Tech) Dalton Rodriguez, Tulsa Union (Tulsa) Devin Rolan, McAlester (Tulsa) Jase Romine, McAlester (OBU) Kooper Ruminer, Deer Creek (UCO) Dionta Rushing, Star Spencer (UCO) Cody Rutherford, Bartlesville (NWOSU) Eric Sadler, Putnam City North (NEO) Newt Salisbury, Collinsville (NEO) Codey Sanchez, Yukon (SWOSU) Dante Sanders, Edmond North (Fort Hays St.) Victor Sanders, Midwest City (ECU) Jeff Scallion, Jenks (Haskell) B.J. Scott, Lawton (UCO) Brayden Scott, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (Memphis) Robert Secrets, Edmond North (Grand View) Spenser Seeley, Chandler (SWOSU) Roper Selby, Midway (NSU) Kyle Self, Blanchard (Baker/OBU) Trevor Shankle, Poteau (Fort Hays St.) Cade Shearwood, Stigler (UCO) Colton Shearwood, Stigler (UCO) Tanner Sheets, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (NSU) Rowdy Simon, Vian (Tulsa)* Carson Smallwood, Pryor (NSU) Jordan Smallwood, Jenks (OU) Dior Smiley, Douglass (Langston) Blake Smith, Broken Arrow (UCO) Broc Smith, Cascia Hall (Hendrix) Jacky Smith, Putnam City (NEO) Jake Smith, Lawton MacArthur (OBU) Thurman Smith, Tulsa McLain (UCO) Jake Spradling, Southmoore (NWOSU) Addison Staggs, Westmoore (UCO) Chas Stallard, Cleveland (UCO) Jackson Stallings, Southmoore (Yale) Phillip Sumpter, Edmond Santa Fe (Memphis) Jeff Surrell, Ardmore (ECU) Devin Swift, Sapulpa (NEO) Ray Taylor, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Stanvon Taylor, Tulsa East Central (OU) Davy'Aun Thomas, Lawton MacArthur (ECU) Kerwin Thomas, Wagoner (Tulsa) Jonathan Thompson, Bartlesville (NWOSU) Carlos Torres, El Reno (SWOSU) Chris Turner, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Roosevelt Turner, Putnam North (Bethany) Jaxon Uhles, Norman North (Pittsburg St.) Zac Uhles, Norman (Tulsa) Nick Vanatta, Monkey Island/Missouri Military (NWOSU) Brandon Wackerly, Deer Creek (NEO) Brandon Waggoner, Jenks (UCO) Markus Wakefield, Heritage Hall/Howard (UCO) Kyler Walker, Carl Albert (UCO)* Roy Walker, Tulsa Memorial (Southeast Prep) D.J. Ward, Southmoore (OU) Nick Ward, Southmoore (Wofford) Jake Warehime, Del City (Emporia St.) Dakota Warrington, Mustang (NEO) Braden Watts, Bartlesville (NWOSU) Jesse Webb, Frederick (NWOSU) Zach Webb, Metro Christian (Tulsa) Jay Werner, Poteau (NSU) A.J. West, Yukon (Emporia St.) Brian West, Muldrow (NSU) Jhames West, Westmoore (ECU) Devin White, Putnam City (NEO) Kenon White, Tipton (NWOSU) Nigel White, Tulsa Central (Langston)* Anthony Wilkinson, Lincoln Christian (Army) Aaron Williams, Lawton Eisenhower (UCO) Anthony Williams, Douglass (NEO) Bryan Williams, Carl Albert (UCO) Darian Williams, Stillwater (NEO) Riley Wilson, Davis (NWOSU) Gage Wimer, Blanchard (OBU) Dajuan Wojciechowski, Lawton (NEO) Brad Wolf, Tecumseh (NEO) Diquon Woodhouse, Altus (Navy) Justin Woody, Northeast/NWOSU (Friends) Zak Woolman, Adair (NEO) Kelly Wortham, Yukon (Pittsburg St.) Cam Wrenn, Broken Arrow (NEO) Andrew Wright, Lincoln Christian (Wheaton) Jermaine Wright, Tulsa Washington (NEO) Chavez Wyatt, Douglass (NSU) Mason Yelton, Bixby (Southwest Baptist) Ryne Yost, Lawton (Sam Houston St.) Deshawn Young, Chickasha (McPherson College) Deontre Youngblood, Tulsa East Central (Pittsburg St.) Curtes Zachary, Lawton (NWOSU) Lorenzo Zuniga, Douglass (Langston) Baseball Jared Baker, Edmond North (OCU) Keach Ballard, Durant/Murray State (OU) Zach Ballengee, Carl Albert (Southwestern Chr.) Blake Battenfield, Verdigris (OSU) Jake Bersche, Skiatook (Friends) Austin Billiot, Mustang (Northern-Enid) Peyton Blass, Deer Creek (Neosho) Jacob Boggess, Piedmont (Seminole St.) Jordan Booth, Red Oak/Eastern Oklahoma (NSU) Tyler Bowden, Muskogee (Southern Arkansas) Anthony Bowmaker, Westmoore (Dodge City CC) Michael Brinska, Deer Creek (Murray St.) Matt Brown, Stillwater/Ark.-Little Rock (Oklahoma Christian) Trey Cobb, Broken Arrow (OSU) Dylan Circles, Fort Cobb-Broxton (St. Gregory's) Garrett Crain, Edmond Santa Fe/Rose State (TCU) Kyle Dale, Westmoore (Coffeyville CC) Bryce Davenport, Jay (NSU) Landon Decker, Vian (Connors St.) Jonathan Denney, Yukon (Arkansas) Logan Downing, Vinita (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Connor Drake, Metro Christian (Northeast Texas) Landon Eason, Yukon (Rose St.) Dalen Edgar, Piedmont (Redlands) Tre Edwards, Southmoore (Arkansas) Ethan Elroy, Marlow/Cowley (UCO) Kyle Emmons, Depew (Rose St.) Gustavo Escobar, Yukon (Seminole St.) Tanner Ferrell, Moore/Ranger College (UCO) Palmer Ferris, Piedmont (Redlands) Garrett Fisher, Tuttle (Stephen F. Austin) Garrett Foster, Plainview (OCU) Tucker Fox, Deer Creek (Neosho) DJ Gasso, Norman North (Weatherford) Kevin Gay, Westmoore (Mid-America Christian) Chris Gibbons, Mustang (Butler CC) Spenser Gill, Tulsa Washington (OCU) Wyatt Glasgow, Westmoore (Mid-America Christian) Zach Graham, Westmoore (Southwestern Christian) Ty Gunter, Coweta (NEO) Brandon Guest, Skiatook (Friends) Ty Gunter, Coweta (NEO) Jack Hale, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Michael Hall, Putnam City North (Rose St.) Zack Hammock, Pryor (NSU) Jordan Harris, Tulsa Union (EOSC) Josh Hassell, Tulsa Kelley (Holy Cross) Thomas Hatch, Jenks (OSU) Hunter Heath, Bethel (Seminole St.) Ryan Helsley, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (NSU) Garett Hill, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Alex Hinds, Stroud (Rose St.) Walker Hines, Leedey (Allen County) Bryant Hodge, CHA (OU) Jake Hooper, Bethany (SNU) Zack Howry, Capitol Hill (Southwestern Chr.) Tyler Huber, Edmond Santa Fe (Coffeyville) Greg Hyde, Stroud (Rose St.) Zach Jackson, Berryhill (Arkansas) Ross Jacobs, McGuinness (Benedictine) Jacob Jerome, Edmond Santa Fe (Murray St.) Luke Jones, Norman North (Weatherford) Austin Kerns, Owasso (Arkansas) Brent Kerns, Salina (Connors St.) Cameron Knight, Westmoore (Butler CC) Kyle Knight, Caney Valley (EOSC) Trey Ladley, Washington (Cowley) Peyton Laing, Owasso (Fort Scott) Caleb Lee, Putnam City/Baker (UCO) Ty Lopez, Casady (OCU) Holden Lyons, Edmond North (OCU) Grant Maxey, Jenks (Central Arkansas) Zach McAnally, Skiatook (Friends) Blake McCarty, Owasso (Evangel) DJ McDaniel, Bethany (Southwestern Chr.) Cody McGill, Owasso (Seminole St.) Rance McIntyre, Okemah (Cowley) Garron Nixon, Chisholm (Northern-Enid) Chevin Noone, Carl Albert (Mid-America Christian) Austin O'Brien, Owasso (OU) Jake O'Brien, Tulsa Kelley/Neosho (UCO) Preston Olmstead, Owasso (Eastern Oklahoma) Joe Peregrin, Deer Creek (Oklahoma Christian) Tim Perkins, Shawnee (UCO) Dylan Raper, Glenpool/Seminole State (UCO) Parker Rigler, Edmond Memorial (Cowley) Andrew Rosa, Owasso (OSU) Gibson Russ, Grove (Butler CC) Matthew Salamon, Owasso (Coffeyville) Hunter Schellhardt, Edmond Memorial (Northern-Tonkawa) Tyler Sherwood, Collinsville (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Caleb Simpson, Norman North/Seminole St. (OU) Clint Smith, Collinsville (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Eric Smith, Tulsa Union/Redlands (Missouri S&T) Lane Smith, Chickasha (Seminole State) Adrian Soltero, Western Heights (St. Gregory's) Tyler Spoon, Calumet (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Kyle Stephens, Edmond North (OU) Jared Sterling, Silo/Murray St. (UCO) Cory Stiefel, Jay (NEO) Clayton Stoup, Navajo (Dodge City CC) Kyler Stout, Tulsa Union (Seminole St.) Clayton Stroup, Navajo (Dodge City) Zander Svettgoff, Westmoore (NWOSU) Seth Swaim, Garber (Northern-Enid) James Teague, Bartlesville (Arkansas) Chase Terrell, Mannford (Allen) Teigen Tieperman, Owasso (Eastern Oklahoma) Cooper Treadway, Washington (Vernon) Shawn Troutman, Vian (Carl Albert St.) Weston Ward, Perry (Northern-Enid) Dan Weer, Vian (Carl Albert St.) Phillip Wilson, Cushing/OSU (UCO) Karter Woodruff, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (NSU) Cody Ziegler, Broken Arrow (Rogers St.) Boys basketball Collin Adney, Mt. St. Mary (Kansas City CC) Aaron Anderson, Edmond Santa Fe/Fresno St. (UCO) Trey Ayala, Westmoore (Northern-Enid) Thomas Bacon, Kiefer (Tabor) Austin Beene, Achille (Panhandle St.) Devin Bockhaus, Midwest City (Kansas Wesleyan) Stephen Clark, Douglass (OSU) Carlbe Ervin, Edmond North (Connors St.) Dorian Gigger, Moore (OCU) E.J. Golightly, Chickasha (Murray State) Jakob Hartsock, Bartlesville (BYU) Jordan Hill, Fort Gibson (OBU) Nino Jackson, Ardmore/Kingdom Prep (Loyola Marymount) Daryck Jones, Midwest City (Northern-Enid) Trai Jordan, Southeast/Murray St. (UCO) Delvon Lucas, Tulsa Central (Northern-Tonkawa) Jarrod McDaniel, Midwest City (UCO) B.J. McDonald, Guthrie/Northern-Tonkawa (Missouri Western St.) John Moon, Crescent (Oklahoma Christian) Devante Moore, El Reno/Connors St. (UCO) Shaquille Morris, Edmond Memorial (Wichita St.) Cornell Neal, Midwest City (Northern-Enid) Zach Norris, Coweta (Oklahoma Christian) Juwan Parker, Tulsa Washington (Georgia) Jacob Richardson, Porter (UCO) Jacob Seidel, Jenks (Rogers St.) Deric Shelton, Plainview (Oklahoma Christian) John Robert Simon, Putnam City North (Wichita St.)* Wyatt Smith, Depew (Murray St.) Brian Speaks, Tulsa Edison (NWOSU) Joey Sylvester, Chickasha (Murray State) DeVaunta Thomas, Tulsa Hale (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Rashawn Thomas, Southeast (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi) Rico Thompson, Stillwater (South Dakota) Adrion Webber, Muskogee/Carl Albert St. (ORU) Anthony Williams, Tulsa Edison (Redlands) Jordan Woodard, Edmond Memorial (OU) Garen Wright, Putnam City (UCO) Seth Youngblood, Roland (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Girls basketball Alexa Adair, Deer Creek (ECU) Ashley Almond, Piedmont (SNU) Albany Anderson, Norman (OCU) Marley Anderson, Snyder (UCO) Lakota Beatty, Anadarko (OSU) Quemari Boyd, Midwest City (Southwestern Chr.) Maykala Blackbear, Henryetta (WOSC) Shelby Brown, Lincoln Christian (Carl Albert St.) Gioya Carter, Carl Albert (OU) Courtney Chelf, Enid (OSU) I'mani Davis, Tulsa Union (Tennessee St.) Christina Devers, Bixby (Central Arkansas) T'ona Edwards, Northeast (OU) Allison Frey, McGuinness (St. Gregory's) Ashley Gibson, Deer Creek (Butler CC) Kyra Gilbert, Southmoore (OBU) April Glisson, Sapulpa (ORU) Jordan Gorham, Perkins-Tryon (Oklahoma Christian) Cameerah Graves, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU) Lanessa Grayson, Oktaha (Connors St.) Ryeca Griffis, Tulsa Union (WOSC) Grace Hadley, Bethany (Southwestern, Kan.) Shaunda Hagler, Cushing (WOSC) Kylee Hicks, Choctaw (Oklahoma Christian) Janet Hill, Eufaula (Connors St.) Lexi Huff, Yale (St. Gregory's) Austyn Iven, Stillwater (OSU)* Mari Jackson, Muskogee (Connors St.) Courtney Leach, Bristow (St. Gregory's) Che'ron Lewis, Cushing (NSU) Bailey Mack, Harrah (Redlands) Olivia Mason, Fairview (UCO) Maclayn Massey, CHA (Mid-American Christian) Da'Jah Maxey, Putnam City North (Redlands) Kaylan Mayberry, Tulsa Washington (ORU) Sherrell McHenry, Haskell (Connors St.) Kayla Morgan, Salina (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Correy Moyer, Verdigris (Texas St.) Sarah Parker, Piedmont (NWOSU) Kylie Parker, Anadarko (Redlands) Stevi Parker, Bixby (Tulsa) Bria Pitts, Tulsa East Central (Arkansas) Hannah Robinson, Kellyville (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Kaytlynn Shumaker, Navajo (WOSC) Kriston Shumaker, Navajo (WOSC) Katie Smith, Checotah (Connors St.) Hanna Southard, Tulsa Hale (WOSC) Liesl Spoerl, Cascia Hall (Tulsa) Kindle Spry, Colcord (Labette) McKenzie Stanford, Perkins-Tryon (Oklahoma Christian) Nia Stepeny, Douglass (Langston) Seana Stoia, Tulsa Kelley (Dallas) Kayla Tucker, Southmoore (Alabama St.) Briana Underwood, Lawton Eisenhower (WOSC) Derre Vinson, Tulsa Hale (WOSC) Shanna Vogt, Lincoln Christian (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Marisha Wallace, Midwest City/Northern-Enid (OSU) Jessica Washington, Jenks (North Carolina) Ashley Williams, Berryhill (NEO) Samantha Williams, Bluejacket (Evangel) Alexus Wilson, Muskogee (ORU) Paige Wilson, Bartlesville (Drury) Tashianna Wisby, Del City (Southwestern Chr.) Micaela Yu, Shawnee (NWOSU) Golf Jordyn Altenburg, Edmond North (Rockhurst) Eli Armstrong, Edmond North (UCO) Raegan Barnes, Choctaw (OCU) Kailey Campbell, Oktaha (OCU) Alyssa Cardwell, Mustang (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Spencer Colson, Tulsa Union (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Trae Fairchild, Ketchum (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Caroline Goodin, Deer Creek (OCU) Taylor Greteman, Moore (St. Gregory's) Cameron Hamilton, Broken Arrow (Murray St.) Cassidy Herbster, Southmoore (SNU) Haley Hill, Deer Creek (OU)* Brendon Jelley, Jenks (OSU) Taylor Lansford, Tulsa Union (Missouri Southern) Blake Long, Ada (ECU) Nadia Majidi, Tulsa Union (Tulsa) Gavin Mastell, Heritage Hall (UCO) Max McGreevy, Edmond Santa Fe (OU) Garrison Mendoza, Clinton (OCU) Anna Mikish, Choctaw (OCU) Michaela Osborne, Lawton MacArthur (SNU) Brady Richardson, Tulsa Union (Drake) Wyatt Robson, Ada (OCU) Allison Sell, Edmond North (Oklahoma Christian) David Smith, Southmoore (Mid-America Christian) Tanner Stiles, Bethany (SNU) Preston Walker, Tulsa Union (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Brian Wenninger, Burns Flat-Dill City (ECU) Emilee White, Comanche (SNU) Allyson Wilcox, Duncan (UCO) Tate Williamson, Broken Arrow (NSU) Katie-Lee Wilson, Rejoice Christian (OCU) Gymnastics Gabrielle Lamb, Owasso (Arizona) Lacrosse Hannah Dowell, Edmond North (OBU) Alecia Freeman, Edmond North (OBU) Kyra Gilbert, Southmoore (OBU) Chloe Webber, Edmond Memorial (OBU) Rowing Courtney Payne, OCA (OU) Baruch Price, Augustine Christian/home school (OCU) Victoria Richter, Cascia Hall (Tulsa) Danielle M. Taylor, Edmond Santa Fe (Central Florida) Soccer Elizabeth Adams, Jenks (Houston Baptist) Mikaela Alwest (Maryville) Alyssa Bagley, Owasso (SWOSU) Kelsea Bandy, Coweta (St. Gregory's) Kenzi Bice, Southmoore (OBU) Mallory Bourgeois, Jenks (ORU) Ashton Bray, Norman North (Central Arkansas) Sophia Brazil, Deer Creek (Oklahoma Christian) Kristen Cardano, Jenks (Florida) Amy Carroll, Tulsa NOAH (ORU) Darienne Chapman, Tulsa Kelley (Tulsa) Garrett Chapman, Broken Arrow (Southwestern Chr.) Cassidy Chappell, Owasso (Iowa St.) Chablee Connor-Sanders, Stillwater (ORU) Kaily Cox, Jenks/DePaul (ORU) Jessica Crites, Coweta (Dodge City CC) Courtney Dike, Edmond North (OSU) Madison Dobbs, Westmoore (NSU) Lauren Dobratz, Jenks (OBU) Kenna Dyess, Broken Arrow (UCO) Miklynne Easley, Glenpool (Friends) Kevin Finnegan, Tulsa Kelley (SWOSU) Austin Ford, Fort Gibson (ORU) Blake Fryer, Coweta (Central Chr.) Rochelle Garcia, Bishop McGuinness (William Woods) Matthew Giudice II, Edmond Santa Fe (Hastings) Alyssa Glitzke, Southmoore (SNU) Jackson Gray, Bishop McGuinness (Central Arkansas) Dakota Hardman, Tulsa Washington (Southwestern Chr.) Bailey Haydock, Tulsa Kelley (Michigan) Evan Helker, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Javier Hernandez, U.S. Grant (SNU) Kelsi Holcomb, Bethany (SNU) Adam Holt, Tulsa Union (John Brown) Tayler Hughes, Tulsa Union (Neosho) Tiana Humphrey, Owasso (Texas Southern) Cheyenne Hurt, Coweta (SWOSU) Courtney Jacks, Elk City (Hendrix) Breeana Jewell, Harrah (ECU) Liz Keester, Jenks (Texas A&M) Kaitlyn Keith, Lincoln Christian (Central Arkansas) Claire Kelley, Tulsa Kelley (Arkansas) Liz Keester, Jenks (Texas A&M) Krissi Killion, Broken Arrow (OSU) Trent Laffoon, Norman North (ORU) Stephanie Ledgerwood, Drumright (SNU) Edgardo Levano, U.S. Grant (SNU) Kaela Little, Tulsa Kelley (Notre Dame) Claire Maris, Tulsa Union (Tulsa) Kenady Maynard, Moore (Mid-America Christian) Isaac McCay, Putnam North (Cowley) Curtis McCrae, Norman North (Central Arkansas) Ashley McDaniel, Tulsa Union (UCO) Erin McIntosh, Tulsa Kelley (Wisconsin-Whitewater) Taylor Moore, Southmoore (Northern-Tonkawa) Lesly Morales, Southmoore (Northern-Tonkawa) Oscar Morena, Putnam North (Cowley) Brionna Otero, Tulsa East Central (Northern-Tonkawa) Conner Owen, Putnam City North (Cowley) McKenzie Pearson, Coweta (Southwestern Chr.) Austin Place, Edmond Santa Fe (Buffalo) Michaela Power, Bixby (Mid-America Christian) Shiloh Price, Broken Arrow (OU) Cindy Ramos, Moore (SWOSU) Jeremy Rector, Broken Arrow (Harding) Lisa Robinson, Edmond Memorial (OU) Rainer Ross, Jenks (Drury) Sheyna Routon, Southmoore (NWOSU) Madison Saliba, Broken Arrow (OU) Avery Sanderson, Edmond North (SNU) Haley Saul, Sequoyah-Claremore (NEO) Shelby Saul, Sequoyah-Claremore (NEO) Cassidy Schoolfield, Bixby (Mississippi Valley St.) Tyler Secrest, Jenks (NSU) Katie Sprouse, Tulsa Kelley (Clemson) Nate Stewart, Holland Hall (Long Island) Paige Talley, Owasso (NSU) Daniel Taylor, Norman North (Southwestern Chr.) Troy Tippeconnic, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Kayla Turner, Sand Springs (UCO) Nicole Voss, Bishop McGuinness (UCO) Lauren Wagner, Broken Arrow (NSU) Ally Webb, Tulsa Union (NSU) Phillip White, Holland Hall (Harding) Kirstie Wilburn, Tulsa Kelley (ORU) Riley Wilkins, Jenks (St. Gregory's) Softball Kelby Alexander, Drumright (Northern-Tonkawa) Allie Alvstad, Bixby (Missouri Southern) Constance Baker, Lincoln Christian (Central Christian) Kori Barrios, Hammon (Northern-Enid) Madison Boyd, Chelsea (NSU) Braeden Bradshaw, Southmoore (Seminole St.) Brianna Branch, Putnam City (Mid-America Christian) Brittnee Brooks, Lincoln Christian (Coffeyville) Taryn Callender, Plainview (Mid-America Christian) Raven Campos, Adair (NEO) Adrianna Canard, Jenks (Rose St.) Shawna Cary, Owasso (Arkansas-Monticello) Kaleena Castor, Enid (Northern-Enid) Colbie Cherrington, Claremore (Labette) Jordan Chism, Piedmont (Oklahoma Christian) Raeven Clark, Westmoore (OBU) Shea Coats, Tuttle (Oklahoma Christian) Hunter Colburn, Tulsa Union (Bacone) Theresa Collins, Broken Arrow (Crowder) Kendra Coleman, Red Oak (Northern-Enid) Anna Crawford, Adair (Neosho) Krissy Crow, Sand Springs (Neosho) Niki Davidson, CCS (Oklahoma Christian) Jordan Dixon, Edmond North (Marshall) Danielle Dockrey, Dale (Northern-Enid) Taylor Dodson, Grove (Kansas) Katelyn Dollard, Norman North (Southwestern Chr.) Cheyanne Downing, Sperry (Coffeyville) Carson DuBose, Owasso (NOC-Tonkawa) Emily Eagleton, Stilwell (Bacone) Ashton Earnhardt, Rejoice Christian (Buffalo) Taylor Eaves, Panama (Northern-Enid) Peyton Edwards, Coweta (NEO) Madi Ellis, Yukon (OSU) Maddy Ellis, Yukon (Arkansas Tech) McKenna Eubank, Purcell (USAO) Tiara Ewy, Perry (Neosho) Lauren Flanery, Henryetta (NSU) Andee Frazier, Little Axe (Missouri-Kansas City) Taylor Fritz, Cache (Northern-Tonkawa) Kylie Gaither, Moore (Southwestern Chr.) Elena Gambill, Broken Arrow (Missouri St.) Taylor Gammon, Broken Arrow (Rose St.) Paige Gann, Muskogee (NSU) Haley Goodin, Deer Creek (Oklahoma Christian) Victoria Goodwin, Broken Arrow (Rose St.) Tianna Gutierrez, Moore (Bacone) Baleigh Hamilton, Oologah (Labette) Torey Hamilton, Cache (Verden) Danielle Hammons, Fort Cobb-Broxton (Northern-Enid) Kayla Haney, Leedey (Cowley) Conner Harmon, Turner (SEOSU) Sydney Harrell, Leedey (Northern-Enid) Carlee Henderson, Latta (Mid-America Christian) Becki Hendrickson, Locust Grove (Neosho) Macklin Hitz, Jenks (Wichita St.) Audri Hooks, Bristow (Northern-Enid) Nikki Horton, Cache (Rose St.) Rachel House, Mustang (Mid-America Christian) Tymber Howard, Washington (Mid-America Christian) Jacey Huckeby, Byng (Northern-Enid) McKenzie Jones, Carl Albert (OBU) Taylor Kelley, Noble (Seminole St.) Bailey King, Morris (Northern-Enid) Kassidy Kingsley, Putnam North (Creighton) Jazmine Koerner, Purcell (Southwestern Chr.) Tate Landmark, Cache (USAO) Savannah Leckie, Piedmont (Northern-Enid) Sammy Jo Leisenger, Little Axe (OBU) Summer Leitka, Norman (Northern-Enid) Alexis Lewis, Lone Grove (Northern-Enid) Hannah Linsey, El Reno (St. Gregory's) Lindsey Little, Edmond Memorial (UCO) Madisyn Long, Carl Albert (OSU) Tyler Lucas, Bethany (OU) Alex Luce, Tuttle (OBU) Paige Luellen, Jenks (Wichita St.) Hannah Lynch, Moore (Hendrix) Hope Martin, Deer Creek (EOSC) Ryan Martin, Beggs (NSU) Breezy McComas, Edmond Santa Fe (Cameron) Reagan McDoulett, Little Axe (St. Gregory's) Blayke McKissic, Broken Arrow (Texas Southern) Kierra Miles, Mustang (Texas Tech) Nicole Nease, Owasso (Pittsburg St.) Emma Nelson, Piedmont (Oklahoma Baptist) Dani Nissen, Putnam North (St. Gregory's) Kylie Palmer, Piedmont (St. Gregory's) Tia Parker, Lexington (Neosho) Kayla Patterson, Tulsa Union (NEO) Mariah Peace, Westmoore (Arkansas Tech) Madison Peeples, Inola (Connors St.) Taylor Perdue, Sand Springs (Connors St.) Macey Perkins, Leedey (Northern-Enid) LaRue Pritchett, Salina (Connors St.) Ashley Rankin, Sand Springs (Coffeyville) Sam Reiss, Broken Arrow (Butler CC) Alex Rhodes, Sallisaw (North Texas) Justice Roberts, Locust Grove (Neosho) Taylor Rodgers, Bartlesville (South Alabama) Jill Roye, Red Oak (Tulsa) Erin Sanders, Westmoore (Seminole St.) Randye Sharp, Oologah (NSU) Lacey Shipp, Perkins-Tryon (Northern-Enid) Selika Shives, Binger-Oney (Northern-Enid) Shyanna Sigman, Tecumseh (Northern-Enid) Samantha Smith, Collinsville (SNU) Shelbie Smith, Edmond Memorial (North Texas) Haley Squier, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Sammi Stacy, Maud (Coffeyville) Shelby Standridge, Poteau (Connors St.) Jacie Stephens, Washington (Emporia St.) Myranda Stewart, Owasso (Missouri Southern) Hannah Stirton, Owasso (Central Arkansas) Logan Sundbye, OKC Broncos (OCU) Joslynn Swan, Kellyville (Northern-Enid) Abby Taliaferro, Edmond North (Oklahoma Christian) Kaylin Taylor, Purcell (USAO) Megan Terry, Garber (NOC-Enid) Megan Thompson, Deer Creek (Central Methodist) Taylor Todd, Kellyville (Northern-Enid) Ashleigh Tramel, Grove (UCO) Jenna Tressell, Leedey (Cowley) Brianna Trujillo, Tulsa Union (NSU) Holly Turner, Lincoln Christian (Coffeyville) Madison Vaughan, Coweta (NEO) Jessi Venables, Muskogee (NSU) Jessica Walker, Grove (Jacksonville) Peyton Walker, Hammon (OSU) Amanda Ward, Broken Arrow (Southwestern Chr.) Morgan Wardlow, Norman North (Seminole St.) Breana Warner, Byng (Northern-Enid) Dani Warren, Cache (USAO) Makayla Warwick, Sand Springs (Neosho) Haley Wells, Deer Creek (Truman St.) Hailey White, Pryor (Crowder) Jazmine White, Moore (Northern-Enid) Whitney Whitehorn, Owasso (OSU) Paige Williams, Noble (Ottawa) Lari Willis, Maud (Seminole St.) Gabba Wilson, Poteau (WOSC) Swimming Alex Ballard, Moore (Florida Southern) Annah Baykal, Edmond Memorial (Kentucky) Chase Davis, Tulsa Union (Missouri S&T) Rylee Hess, Metro Christian (William Jewell) Quincy Howell, home school (Missouri St.) Abbie Imes, Edmond North (North Texas) Hailey Jensen, Jenks (Butler) Colton Krause, Bartlesville (Missouri S&T) Naresh Naik, Edmond Memorial (Missouri St.) Tennis Olivia Charvat, Metro Christian (OBU) Piper Huey, Jenks (Harding) Ann Pepper, Edmond North (OU) Sadie Pfau, Ardmore (Southwestern, Kan.) Savannah Pfau, Ardmore (Southwestern, Kan.) Nate Roper, Edmond North (OSU) Shali Schoepflin, Edmond Memorial (Cowley) Lauryn Sullins, Perry (Cowley) J.T. Tasker, Metro Christian (Arkansas) Track and field/Cross country Otugo Ananaba, Deer Creek (Tulsa) Dava Ballard, Rush Springs (OBU) Emily Banks, Norman North (OBU) Jessica Buehrer, Luther (St. Gregory's) Kellie Burnett, Mount St. Mary (St. Mary) Kirsten Burnett, Deer Creek (ORU) Cheyenne Choate, Hennessey (East Central) Hannah Christian, Hammon (OBU) Corbin Cleveland, Norman North (OBU) Bailey Collier, Bixby (SWOSU) Darby Crynes, Heritage Hall (Wichita St.) Alex Davis, Plainview (Baylor) Bo Farrow, Broken Arrow (Pittsburg St.) Taylor Flemming, Bethany (Trevecca Nazarene) Brandan Fontaine, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Logan Funderburk, Tecumseh (St. Gregory's) Noah Gade, Stillwater (OSU) Alexis Gee, Moore (St. Gregory's) Haley Gee, Norman (St. Gregory's) Matthew Giudice II, Edmond Santa Fe (Hastings) Baylor Harvey, Cleveland (Rogers St.) Emily Helms, Mustang (OSU) Jessica Hembree, Tahlequah (OU) Abby Hoover, Sapulpa (ORU) Samantha Horton, Claremore Christian (OBU) Caitlyn Jesse, Konawa (OBU) Lyndsey Johnson, Cleveland (NWOSU) Laura Kunz, Lincoln Christian (Sioux Falls) Chris Lowery, Chandler (OCU) Jordan Masterson, Lincoln Christian (OBU) Clay Mattox, Yukon (OBU) Abby Mayfield, Bridge Creek (OBU) Ann Marie McAnelly, Cache (OBU) Kelsey McKee, Metro Christian (OU) Genesis Meave, Pauls Valley (St. Gregory's) Kysha Miller, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU) Shelby Miller, Westmoore (William Jewell) Philip Moll, Heritage Hall (OSU)* Carleigh Neal, Sulphur (OBU) Samantha Neal, Mustang (NWOSU) Jim Pile, Metro Christian (Harding) Jordan Roach, Tahlequah (OBU) Alex Scott, Westmoore (UCO) Sam Smith, Stillwater (OBU) Ty Snedeker, Luther (St. Gregory's) Hannah Stadler, Carl Albert (OBU) Krista Stadler, Carl Albert (OBU) Sam Stephen, Tulsa Kelley (Pittsburg St.) Austin Stone, Westmoore (St. Gregory's) Hannah Taff, Edmond Memorial (East Central) Lauren Thomas, Metro Christian (Tulsa) Robert Torres, Plainview (St. Gregory's) Tommy Uglean, Norman (OBU) Regan Ward, Beggs (Arkansas) Mackenzie Wahpepah-Harris, Norman (OCU) Dominique White, Douglass (Neosho) Dymond White, Douglass (Neosho) Katy Whitekiller, Purcell (Southeastern Louisiana) Jordan Zurline, Atoka (OBU) Volleyball Grace Balcerak, Tulsa Kelley (Maryville) Allison Barr, Edmond North (UCO) Veronicah Birmingham, Westmoore (Hillsdale) Courtney Bowie, Bethany (SNU) Kellie Burnett, Mount St. Mary (St. Mary) Katelyn Cast, Broken Arrow (NEO) Matti-Lyn Corbet, Broken Arrow (NEO) Tierrah East, Douglass (Mid-America Christian) Kristen Macy, Edmond Memorial (OCU) Kaisha Peters, Del City (St. Gregory's) McKenna Qualls, Edmond Memorial (ORU) Jasmine Robinson, Shawnee (Cornell) Lindsey Roy, Edmond Memorial (Southwest Baptist) Elizabeth Tracy, Christian Heritage (Bolivar Baptist) Brooke Wayman, Oklahoma Bible (OBU) Jazmine Williams, Del City (St. Gregory's) Wrestling Jayson Bailey, Noble (OCU) Zachary Beard, Tuttle (Wyoming) Josh Breece, Edmond North (UCO) Jacoby Brown, Chickasha (NEO) Sean Carson, Altus (OCU) Mark Carter, Tulsa East Central (NEO) Zac D'Amico, Southmoore (UCO) Jeromy Davenport, Sallisaw/Labette (UCO) Brent Davis, Plainview (OCU) Davey Dolan, Berryhill (OSU) John Jacob Finn, Westmoore (UCO) Adrian Gaines, Lawton MacArthur (OCU) Landon Good, Ardmore (OCU) Eli Hale, Miami (OSU) Finn Higgins, Heritage Hall (Wyoming) Josh LIndsey, Moore (OCU) Drake Martel, Plainview (OCU) Richard McCarty, Lawton MacArthur (OCU) Spencer Rutherford, Grove/Labette (UCO) Derek Sivertsen, Moore (OCU) Tyler Tustin, Poteau (UCO) Alec Warren, Edmond Memorial (UCO) Isaiah Wright, Southmoore (NEO) *Will walk on
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association is preparing to debut its new online system for coaches' rankings, district standings and other information for several sports in the 2013-14 school year.
High school notebook: OSSAA's new ranking system to debut for 2013-14
By Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and Chris Brannick | Aug 3, 2013The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association is preparing to debut its new online system for coaches' rankings, district standings and other information for several sports in the 2013-14 school year. The OSSAA.com main webpage currently offers a tutorial for coaches or athletic directors who want to learn how to use the new program. The site will manage coaches' rankings for football, basketball, baseball, soccer, volleyball and both fastpitch and slowpitch softball. The system will be the official ranking site for sports like basketball that use coaches' votes for playoff seeding. The site will replace OKRankings.com, which has been used for rankings since 2007. SANTA FE'S LEE COMMITS TO DENVER Edmond Santa Fe's Tamara Lee committed to the University of Denver on Wednesday. Lee averaged 14.9 points and 2.6 steals per game last season as a junior. Santa Fe coach Paul Bass said Lee is still learning on the defensive end, but she possesses speed few can match on the court. "Tamara is probably one of the fastest people as far as having at Santa Fe," Bass said. "There's nobody that can stop her." Bass said Lee also had interest from Oral Roberts, Tulsa and others, but she wanted to leave the state. FORMER GUTHRIE COACH SMILEY DIES FROM HEART ATTACK Former Guthrie head football coach Max Smiley died of a heart attack on July 28 at age 61. Smiley coached Guthrie from 1979-87 and has spent several years since as an assistant. He worked at Shawnee and was on the staff as the offensive line coach at McLoud for the upcoming season, which would have been his 10th with the Redskins. Smiley, who was living in Tecumseh, was laid to rest on Thursday. WIDE VARIETY OF SPEAKERS FILL WEEK AT OCA CLINIC The Oklahoma Coaches Association clinic concluded Friday in Tulsa. Throughout the week, the clinic featured a wide variety of speakers. The list included several coaches from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Tulsa and Oral Roberts, as well as smaller in-state schools and top high school programs. In addition, the OCA brought in coaches from Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Indiana, Michigan and Tennessee. Michigan women's basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico, who is best known for her success at St. John's from 2002-12, spoke to coaches early in the week. Memphis men's coach Josh Pastner spent two days at the clinic as well. Mercer basketball coach Bob Hoffman, who had successful stints at several college programs in Oklahoma, also spoke. DOUGLASS' JONES OFFERED BY MORGAN STATE The Douglass football team had its third player receive a Division I scholarship offer this week. Linebacker Johnny Jones got an offer from Morgan State, an FCS program in Baltimore. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound senior had 61 tackles, 15 sacks and two interceptions last season, spending some time at defensive end. Jones was one of only two players to see regular playing time as a freshman on Douglass' 2010 state title team. He joins LSU commitment Deondre Clark and Texas Tech commitment Mildren Montgomery as Trojans with D-I offers. Douglass grad Terry Harris reports to camp at Morgan State this week for his freshman season. NEW MEXICO OFFERS DEANE Tulsa Memorial's Mike'Quan Deane has picked up his second offer from a Division I school. New Mexico is the most recent school to extend an offer to the 6-foot-3 tight end. Dean received an offer from Northern Colorado in the spring. Deane came in at No. 19 on The Oklahoman's class of 2014 Super 30 list. As a junior, Deane caught 20 passes for 405 yards and four touchdowns. He ran for 231 yards on 24 carries and six more touchdowns. “I was really excited about that (offer),” Deane said. “I didn't know they were thinking about offering me. I think I'll use one of my visits to go out there and check it out.”
Aug 3, 2013
Charley North is best known for his work on Barry Switzer's staff at Oklahoma but also coached at Arkansas, Alabama, Texas A&M and TCU. His college years were bookended by years of work on Oklahoma high school fields.
Collected Wisdom: Charley North, Oklahoma Coaches Hall of Fame member
INTERVIEWED BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Aug 3, 2013It seemed it was only a matter of time before Charley North went into the Oklahoma Coaches Association Hall of Fame. It finally came to be, with his induction last Sunday. The coach who is best known for his work on Barry Switzer's staff at Oklahoma has also coached at Arkansas, Alabama, Texas A&M and TCU on the college level. But his college years were bookended by years of work on Oklahoma high school fields, from his alma mater, Wagoner, to McAlester, Tecumseh, Dibble and lastly as a volunteer assistant at Norman High, where he got the chance to coach his grandson. Officially retired after more than four decades of coaching, North is making sure that he gets to enjoy all the time he can with his family now. I'm trying to catch up on family time now. I don't know that you can ever catch up, but one good thing about the coaches I've worked for, especially Dennis Franchione, if I wanted to take my family with me to bowl games, they could go. They got to travel a lot, even my daughter and my son-in-law. But I missed a lot of family time, and in coaching, you're gonna do that. It's not an 8-to-5 job. It ends up being a 16-hour-a-day deal, and you have to make sure you don't short your family or take anything away from them. I have a great wife, and that's been really important. We've been married 49 years. Sharon has been super in supporting me and raising my daughter, Charla. She and my wife are almost like sisters, not mother-daughter. I have a great family, and that's what it's all about. I played for two men who were very influential in my life, Don Rieberer, who was my head coach at Wagoner High School, and Joe Etheridge was the assistant with Don. One of the reasons I wanted to coach was because I patterned myself after them. At that time in my life, they were the mentors in my life and I knew I wanted to coach because of them. They're both 81 and they were both at my Hall of Fame induction. Having them there, and my family and a lot of people I coached and coached with, it meant everything in the world to me. I was at OU for 16 years with Switzer and Gary Gibbs. When I came there in 1978, they had already achieved a lot of success under coach Switzer. Through my time there, I went through the good, the bad and the ugly. The wins and losses, and recruiting good kids and seeing them go on to be successful on the pro level, and seeing them go on to be successful in their life — that was the good part of it. The bad part was when that stuff hit and we had probation problems with a couple kids that didn't know how to behave or take care of business the way they should have. The ugly part of it was knowing that Coach Switzer had to get out before he needed to. He wasn't finished. He could have gone on and would probably still be coaching there, had some of those things not happened. He could have still been winning football games. He was a great man and a great coach, and there was nothing he wouldn't do for his players and his staff. Through the salaries and because the coaches are so visible now, it's really different. Today, you can't do anything outside your profession in a recreational way without someone knowing about it, because of all the technology, Facebook and things. I think that has hurt the game. Sometimes, these guys need a chance to go blow off some steam and have a family life. We all want to have an opportunity to get exposure, but we don't want to expose ourselves. I think that's what has happened. When I was at TCU, we had a policy manual that was 78 pages long, talking about what's good, what's bad, what to avoid and not get involved with. By the time I finished working for (Franchione) at Texas A&M, that manual was up to 220 pages, because of Facebook and all of those things out there that create additional exposure for kids and coaches. The kids and the coaches that you work with are the most important thing that matters in coaching. The kids I coached in high school and college, I still see them quite often, I still hear from them. We communicate, and I feel the guys that played for me are an extension of my family. We were down-to-earth enough and had a sincere love for those guys that they really feel like they're a part of your family. I think that's why I coached, because I really enjoyed the young men that I coached, and the coaches I worked with. I don't think I had a year that I coached that I regret. I think there was something good that I took from every year I was able to coach, and when you do that, the profession is worthwhile.