Morrison Wildcats football
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|2012-08-31||vs||Pawnee||W||40 - 2|
|2012-09-07||vs||Alva||L||14 - 42|
|2012-09-14||@||Oklahoma Bible||W||40 - 6|
|2012-09-21||vs||Depew||W||54 - 8|
|2012-09-28||@||Hominy||W||38 - 6|
|2012-10-05||vs||Yale||W||40 - 6|
|2012-10-12||@||Drumright||W||46 - 8|
|2012-10-18||vs||Barnsdall||W||50 - 16|
|2012-10-26||@||Foyil||W||46 - 20|
|2012-11-02||@||Kiefer||L||8 - 23|
|2012-11-09||vs||Fairland||W||38 - 12|
|2012-11-16||@||Wynnewood||L||6 - 24|
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|There are no players associated with this team.|
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Morrison High School Varsity Boys Football
Every week, The Oklahoman’s Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week’s record: 127-51 (71.3 pct.) Overall record: 262-98 (72.8 pct.) Thursday’s Games Class 6A Choctaw 28, PUTNAM CITY NORTH 21 EDMOND MEMORIAL 28, Mustang 24 Norman 21, MOORE 14 LAWTON 42, Sapulpa 14 Class 5A Tulsa Edison 48, TULSA HALE 8 Class 4A ANADARKO 28, Midwest City JV 0 Class 3A Tulsa...
The Oklahoman's Week 3 high school football picks
By Scott Wright | Sep 17, 2014Every week, The Oklahoman’s Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week’s record: 127-51 (71.3 pct.) Overall record: 262-98 (72.8 pct.) NEWSOK VARSITY STATS APP: Stats, schedules, scores and more in the palm of your hand from The Oklahoman Thursday’s Games Class 6A Choctaw 28, PUTNAM CITY NORTH 21 EDMOND MEMORIAL 28, Mustang 24 Norman 21, MOORE 14 LAWTON 42, Sapulpa 14 Class 5A Tulsa Edison 48, TULSA HALE 8 Class 4A ANADARKO 28, Midwest City JV 0 Class 3A Tulsa Webster 28, CAPITOL HILL 24 Wynnewood 34, CENTENNIAL 16 Class A KIEFER 42, Beggs JV 20 Quapaw 28, JOPLIN, MO. JV 24 Friday’s Games Class 6A ENID 17, Bartlesville 14 TULSA UNION 31, Broken Arrow 17 MIDWEST CITY 24, Del City 22 STILLWATER 21, Edmond North 14 Fayetteville, Ark. 28, MUSKOGEE 21 Jenks 31, OWASSO 24 LAWTON MACARTHUR 56, Lawton Ike 28 Norman North 42, Westmoore 35 SHAWNEE 35, Ponca City 14 PUTNAM CITY 28, Putnam City West 24 GUTHRIE 30, Sand Springs 18 CLAREMORE 20, Siloam Springs, Ark. 14 EDMOND SANTA FE 32, Southmoore 20 BIXBY 34, Springdale, Ark. 28 TULSA WASHINGTON 28, Tulsa East Central 12 Yukon 24, DEER CREEK 21 Class 5A Ardmore 17, GAINESVILLE, TEXAS 12 Carl Albert 24, DUNCAN 8 Catoosa 28, GROVE 14 Chickasha 31, CACHE 28 Collinsville 27, SKIATOOK 20 ADA 19, Durant 12 Elk City 35, ALTUS 28 DALHART, TEXAS 28, Guymon 24 McGuinness 24, WEATHERFORD 13 TULSA CENTRAL 32, Northwest 22 NOBLE 28, Piedmont 21 McALESTER 28, Pryor 24 TAHLEQUAH 21, Sallisaw 20 Southeast 44, U.S. GRANT 28 COWETA 18, Tulsa Kelley 10 TULSA MEMORIAL 33, Tulsa NOAH 21 Western Heights 34, EL RENO 28 Class 4A MANNFORD 20, Bristow 12 Broken Bow 26, SEQ.-TAHLEQUAH 14 POTEAU 28, Campus, Kan. 24 Cascia Hall 27, MILLWOOD 22 CLEVELAND 35, Cushing 28 TUTTLE 35, Elgin 7 Harrah 27, PERKINS 20 MULDROW 19, Heavener 13 Meeker 32, TECUMSEH 20 Metro Christian 36, SEQ.-CLAREMORE 21 Newcastle 45, BLANCHARD 28 Nowata 28, MIAMI 20 Oologah 20, GLENPOOL 14 CLINTON 38, PLAINVIEW 21 Seminole 42, McLOUD 8 Mount St. Mary 44, SANTA FE SOUTH 16 LOCUST GROVE 42, Stilwell 17 Tulsa McLain 27, HILLDALE 22 Vinita 21, DEWEY 20 Wagoner 28, FORT GIBSON 22 Woodward 35, TULSA ROGERS 12 Class 3A BEGGS 28, Berryhill 24 KINGFISHER 42, Bethany 35 PRAGUE 28, Bethel 14 FREDERICK 18, Comanche 12 Douglass 34, STAR SPENCER 20 CHECOTAH 27, Eufaula 24 JAY 28, Gravette, Ark. 27 Hennessey 30, JONES 28 STIGLER 21, Henryetta 14 Heritage Hall 28, DAVIS 27 VALLIANT 18, Hugo 12 SPERRY 22, Inola 16 John Marshall 42, CROOKED OAK 8 Kansas 32, WESTVILLE 14 VIAN 44, Keys (Park Hill) 16 IDABEL 28, Konawa 24 KELLYVILLE 31, Liberty 22 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN 42, Lincoln Chr. 38 Lindsay 28, PAULS VALLEY 12 Little Axe 45, CHANDLER 42 KINGSTON 26, Madill 21 OKEMAH 28, Morris 12 OKC Legion 30, DICKSON 20 ROLAND 35, Okmulgee 18 Purcell 34, LEXINGTON 20 Sanger, Texas 44, LONE GROVE 31 Spiro 42, HASKELL 22 BRIDGE CREEK 28, Sulphur 27 Tonkawa 22, BLAKCWELL 18 ADAIR 34, Verdigris 24 Victory Christian 48, SHILOH CHR. 12 MARLOW 28, Washington 24 Class 2A ANTLERS 32, Atoka 20 LUTHER 40, Cashion 37 SALINA 34, Chelsea 14 Chisholm 26, THOMAS 24 Colcord 30, COMMERCE 16 Dibble 32, WAYNE 28 CANEY VALLEY 24, Drumright 20 OKLAHOMA UNION 21, Fairland 14 Hartshorne 26, COALGATE 20 Healdton 18, TISHOMINGO 14 Hobart 28, ALVA 22 Hominy 28, PAWHUSKA 14 MOUNDS 28, Hulbert 27 RINGLING 29, Marietta 13 Northeast 35, OKLAHOMA CHR. ACADEMY 28 Okeene 16, NEWKIRK 12 WARNER 24, Panama 22 Pawnee 26, YALE 20 CHOUTEAU 28, Porter 14 Quinton 30, POCOLA 8 Savanna 20, WILBURTON 14 WALTERS 24, Snyder 16 WEWOKA 30, Stratford 20 Stroud 20, PERRY 8 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE 22, Talihina 14 HOLDENVILLE 16, Wellston 14 MARIONVILLE, MO. 20, WYANDOTTE 12 Class A Apache 42, CROSSINGS CHR. 7 HOLLIS 28, Beaver 14 CENTRAL MARLOW 20, Carnegie 14 Community Christian 24, SUMMIT CHR. 20 Cordell 28, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 8 MOORELAND 22, Crescent 14 VELMA-ALMA 24, Elmore City 16 CENTRAL SALLISAW 22, Foyil 6 Hinton 28, EMPIRE 14 Ketchum 20, GORE 12 Minco 27, RUSH SPRINGS 16 MORRISON 28, Oklahoma Bible 27 BARNSDALL 24, Rejoice Christian 20 MANGUM 14, Sayre 8 HOOKER 28, Syracuse, Kan. 6 Texhoma 32, at VEGA, TEXAS 12 FAIRVIEW 14, Watonga 13 Class B Alex 48, ALLEN 22 CYRIL 54, Bray-Doyle 28 Caddo 34, CANADIAN 16 RINGWOOD 42, Canton 20 Coyle 54, WELCH 8 Davenport 48, GARBER 16 Depew 44, WESLEYAN CHR. 30 Dewar 60, ARKOMA 24 WETUMKA 42, Gans 24 KEOTA 56, Haileyville 6 MERRITT 48, Kremlin-Hillsdale 20 Laverne 56, TURPIN 6 MAUD 48, Macomb 8 Oaks 52, SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 28 Pond Creek-Hunter 46, PIONEER 12 Seiling 56, WAUKOMIS 38 GEARY 34, Strother 28 MAYSVILLE 34, Waurika 20 Weleetka 54, PORUM 8 Woodland 56, WATTS 6 Class C Bluejacket 42, TIMBERLAKE 34 SHATTUCK 58, Boise City 8 WAYNOKA 48, Buffalo 6 Cave Springs 36, MIDWAY 28 COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 42, Copan 30 Destiny Christian 60, BOKOSHE 6 Duke 34, TEMPLE 20 Fox 54, PAOLI 8 Grandfield 54, GRACEMONT 8 DC-LAMONT 52, Medford 6 BALKO 54, OKC Patriots 6 Ryan 48, SW COVENANT 22 MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 38, Sharon-Mutual 34 Thackerville 48, SASAKWA 6 Tipton 58, CORN BIBLE 12 CHEROKEE 48, Tyrone 0 Webbers Falls 34, BOWLEGS 28 Independent Casady 28, TRINITY VALLEY 24 ARLINGTON OAKRIDGE 34, Holland Hall 14 WRIGHT CHRISTIAN 42, Life Christian 34 Regent Prep 56, IMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 28 Saturday’s Game OSD 48, LOUISIANA DEAF 44 *-Home team in CAPS
Every week, The Oklahoman’s Scott Wright will predict the score of every high school football game in the state. Last week’s record: 135-47 (74.2 pct.) Season record: 135-47 (74.2 pct.) Thursday’s Games Class 6A Bixby 28, TULSA EAST CENTRAL 24 EDMOND SANTA FE 44, Moore 20 NORMAN NORTH 38, Yukon 17 Class 4A SANTA FE SOUTH 35, SeeWorth Aca. 14 Class 3A Locust Grove 45, KANSAS 12 Class 2A Pocola...
The Oklahoman's Week 2 high school football picks
By Scott Wright | Sep 10, 2014Every week, The Oklahoman’s Scott Wright will predict the score of every high school football game in the state. Last week’s record: 135-47 (74.2 pct.) Season record: 135-47 (74.2 pct.) Thursday’s Games Class 6A Bixby 28, TULSA EAST CENTRAL 24 EDMOND SANTA FE 44, Moore 20 NORMAN NORTH 38, Yukon 17 Class 4A SANTA FE SOUTH 35, SeeWorth Aca. 14 Class 3A Locust Grove 45, KANSAS 12 Class 2A Pocola 36, Poteau JV 14 Class B DEPEW 40, OSD 24 Independent Wright Christian 46, Eagle Point Chr. 28 Friday’s Games Class 6A Bartlesville 28, CASCIA HALL 17 Bentonville, Ark. 17, BROKEN ARROW 7 Deer Creek 21, NORMAN 17 Edmond Memorial 20, EDMOND NORTH 14 Enid 28, SAND SPRINGS 24 Guthrie 44, PONCA CITY 10 TULSA UNION 31, Jenks 28 DEL CITY 55, Lawton Eisenhower 28 LAWTON 28, Lawton MacArthur 27 Midwest City 21, CARL ALBERT 20 Owasso 35, MUSKOGEE 14 CHOCTAW 42, Putnam City 28 Putnam North 28, PUTNAM WEST 24 Rogers, Ark. 21, CLAREMORE14 Sapulpa 48, TULSA HALE 12 WESTMOORE 28, Southmoore 20 MUSTANG 45, Stillwater 28 TULSA WASHINGTON 49, Tulsa Central 8 Class 5A ANADARKO 42, Altus 8 Ardmore 28, DURANT 12 WESTERN HEIGHTS 40, Capitol Hill 12 COLLINSVILLE 28, Catoosa 14 GROVE 22, Jay 18 Liberal, Kan. 35, GUYMON 14 McAlester 35, COWETA 28 McGuinness 17, TULSA KELLEY 14 Noble 28, CHICKASHA 14 NORTHWEST 35, Northeast 28 Pryor 24, WAGONER 20 Shawnee 35, DUNCAN 14 Skiatook 20, OOLOGAH 14 ELK CITY 31, Southeast 24 Stilwell 14, TAHLEQUAH 13 Tulsa Edison 30, TULSA MEMORIAL 22 Weatherford 17, PIEDMONT 13 Woodward 20, EL RENO 12 Class 4A HOBART 27, Cache 20 HERITAGE HALL 24, Clinton 21 HILLDALE 17, Fort Gibson 14 BEGGS 32, Glenpool 27 BROKEN BOW 28, Idabel 22 HARRAH 27, Jones 20 ADA 31, Madill 28 CLEVELAND 30, Mannford 10 Marlow 24, ELGIN 17 McLoud 30, PERKINS 20 VERDIGRIS 27, Miami 24 SPIRO 28, Muldrow 6 Oklahoma Christian 24, METRO CHR. 20 Poteau 34, VAN BUREN, ARK. 28 Seminole 49, TECUMSEH 7 SALLISAW 28, Stigler 20 BRISTOW 30, Stroud 22 TULSA McLAIN 28, Tulsa NOAH 24 NEWCASTLE 28, Tuttle 27 NOWATA 21, Vinita 17 Class 3A Berryhill 35, CUSHING 28 NEWKIRK 20, Blackwell 16 LEXINGTON 21, Bridge Creek 20 KELLYVILLE 34, Caney Valley 18 BLANCHARD 24, Casady 20 Chandler 28, MEEKER 21 Checotah 32, HENRYETTA 14 Chr. Heritage 42, MOUNT ST. MARY 28 LITTLE AXE 34, Crooked Oak 16 Davis 42, SULPHUR 14 PAWHUSKA 28, Dewey 24 LINDSAY 30, Dickson 17 HARTSHORNE 34, Eufaula 10 Haskell 14, MORRIS 13 John Marshall 38, CENTENNIAL 26 Kingfisher 40, HENNESSEY 20 VICTORY CHRISTIAN 49, Lighthouse Chr. 7 Lincoln Christian 42, HOLLAND HALL 14 Lincoln, Ark. 28, KEYS (PARK HILL) 21 Lone Grove 42, HUGO 7 BETHANY 45, OKC Legion 8 Okemah 28, BETHEL 12 PLAINVIEW 26, Pauls Valley 13 WASHINGTON 18, Purcell 12 Roland 35, SEQ.-TAHLEQUAH 14 Salina 21, INOLA 14 Seq. Claremore 28, SPERRY 6 COMANCHE 14, Tishomingo 13 Tulsa Rogers 26, TULSA WEBSTER 22 U.S. Grant 22, OKMULGEE 18 KINGSTON 35, Valliant 7 Vian 28, HEAVENER 6 COLCORD 27, Westville 22 Class 2A Adair 46, WYANDOTTE 6 COMMERCE 28, Afton 26 Alva 24, OKLAHOMA BIBLE 21 TALIHINA 41, Antlers 16 Barnsdall 21, OKLAHOMA UNION 20 PANAMA 28, Central Sallisaw 20 Chouteau 24, KETCHUM 16 SAVANNA 42, Coalgate 14 Empire 20, WALTERS 14 CHISHOLM 42, Fairview 20 CHELSEA 27, Foyil 16 Holdenville 20, ATOKA 14 Hominy 28, PAWNEE 18 FREDERICK 30, Mangum 12 ELMORE CITY 18, Marietta 14 TONKAWA 28, Morrison 21 CRESCENT 28, Perry 6 LUTHER 35, Prague 20 Rush Springs 30, DIBBLE 16 Summit Christian 46, LIBERTY 6 Warner 27, HULBERT 14 Wewoka 28, KONAWA 21 QUINTON 22, Wilburton 6 Yale 28, WELLSTON 20 Class A SYRACUSE, KAN. 20, Beaver 16 SNYDER 29, Burns Flat-Dill City 7 COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN 34, Carnegie 20 CORDELL 21, Central Marlow 20 MINCO 28, Crossings Christian 21 Drumright 16, PORTER 14 TEXHOMA 22, Gruver, Texas 14 STRATFORD 24, Healdton 22 Hollis 42, HOOKER 6 Humboldt, Kan. 27, QUAPAW 14 Kiefer 42, REJOICE CHRISTIAN 14 CASHION 35, Mooreland 16 Mounds 28, GORE 7 THOMAS 21, Okeene 7 WAYNE 32, Okla. Christian Aca. 13 HINTON 24, Sayre 14 WYNNEWOOD 35, Velma-Alma 34 APACHE 37, Wilson 20 Class B Allen 56, MACOMB 6 Arkoma 38, GANS 26 Canadian 28, HAILEYVILLE 24 ALEX 44, Cyril 6 Garber 48, OAKS 20 Geary 56, BRAY-DOYLE 42 Keota 42, WELEETKA 34 WAURIKA 38, Maud 20 Maysville 56, STROTHER 22 SEILING 44, Merritt 28 CANTON 34, Pioneer 28 DEWAR 56, Porum 6 Ringwood 48, KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 8 WELCH 32, South Coffeyville 28 POND CREEK-HUNTER 48, Turpin 12 DAVENPORT 54, Watts 6 LAVERNE 58, Waukomis 20 WOODLAND 42, Wesleyan Christian 20 Wetumka 40, CADDO 28 Class C Balko 42, ROLLA, KAN. 28 BOKOSHE 28, Bowlegs 24 Cherokee 54, BUFFALO 8 RYAN 44, Corn Bible 28 Covington-Douglas 34, MEDFORD 30 Coyle 54, PRUE 16 BLUEJACKET 56, DC-Lamont 40 Fox 60, WEBBERS FALLS 14 DUKE 48, Gracemont 44 CAVE SPRINGS 28, Paoli 24 Regent Prep 54, COPAN 38 Sasakwa 42, MIDWAY 26 Shattuck 58, SHARON-MUTUAL 28 MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 38, SW Covenant 22 TIPTON 56, Temple 8 Thackerville 54, GRANDFIELD 52 Timberlake 34, WAYNOKA 24 BOISE CITY 40, Tyrone 14 Independent Destiny Christian 40, OKC PATRIOTS 16 CLAREMORE CHR. 42, Immanuel Chr. 14 Saturday’s Game Class 3A Douglass 28, MILLWOOD 24 *Home team in CAPS
Each week, The Oklahoman’s Scott Wright will predict the score of every high school football game in the state. Last year’s record: 1,551-364 (81.0 pct.) Thursday Class 6A Edmond Memorial 28, SOUTHMOORE 24 NORMAN NORTH 31, Norman 13 Class 5A COLLINSVILLE 28, Oologah 20 Weatherford 44, SOUTHEAST 20 Class 4A Broken Bow 34, VALLIANT 6 Cleveland 40, HOMINY 8 ALMA (ARK.
High school football: The Oklahoman's Week 1 picks
By Scott Wright | Sep 3, 2014Each week, The Oklahoman’s Scott Wright will predict the score of every high school football game in the state. Last year’s record: 1,551-364 (81.0 pct.) Thursday Class 6A Edmond Memorial 28, SOUTHMOORE 24 NORMAN NORTH 31, Norman 13 Class 5A COLLINSVILLE 28, Oologah 20 Weatherford 44, SOUTHEAST 20 Class 4A Broken Bow 34, VALLIANT 6 Cleveland 40, HOMINY 8 ALMA (ARK.) 35, Poteau 20 Roland 35, MULDROW 10 Class 3A WASHINGTON 35, Bridge Creek 12 INOLA 28, Chelsea 13 VELMA-ALMA 22, Comanche 16 CASADY 42, Heritage Hall 38 Kingston 14, DICKSON 12 DOUGLASS 48, Northeast 12 Locust Grove 42, Salina 8 Class 2A Crescent 28, NEWKIRK 14 PANAMA 40, Gore 14 Hartshorne 44, HOLDENVILLE 12 Talihina 48, WILBURTON 6 Oklahoma Union 14, QUAPAW 13 Class A Carnegie 28, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 12 Class B GEARY 42, Canton 38 DEER CREEK-LAMONT 40, Kremlin-Hillsdale 22 POND CREEK-HUNTER 42, Medford 12 BLUEJACKET 48, Welch 20 Class C Shattuck 56, Pioneer JV 6 Friday Class 6A JENKS 56, Bixby 16 Choctaw 35, SAPULPA 20 PRYOR 28, Claremore 22 STILLWATER 30, Deer Creek 27 Edmond Santa Fe 24, EDMOND NORTH 20 Fayetteville (Ark.) 35, LAWTON EISENHOWER 14 Lawton 28, SALINA (KAN.) CENTRAL 21 McALESTER 42, Muskogee 28 Mustang 28, YUKON 21 BROKEN ARROW 31, Owasso 17 ENID 28, Ponca City 20 Putnam City 28, PUTNAM CITY NORTH 27 DEL CITY 42, Putnam City West 20 Tulsa East Central 28, BARTLESVILLE 24 SAND SPRINGS 40, Tulsa Hale 12 SOUTHLAKE (TEXAS) CARROLL 35, Tulsa Union 28 MIDWEST CITY 21, Tulsa Washington 20 Westmoore 35, MOORE 7 Class 5A Ada 14, ARDMORE 13 Ashdown (Ark.) 28, DURANT 24 ANADARKO 42, Chickasha 17 Coweta 28, WAGONER 27 GUTHRIE 27, Duncan 21 CALR ALBERT 21, El Reno 7 Grove 28, MIAMI 21 HUGOTON (KAN.) 24, Guymon 14 Lawton MacArthur 33, CLINTON 27 JOHN MARSHALL 32, Northwest Classen 13 Shawnee 28, MCGUINNESS 14 Skiatook 21, PIEDMONT 20 FORT GIBSON 28, Tahlequah 16 NOBLE 21, Tecumseh 14 TULSA MEMORIAL 28, Tulsa Central 12 TULSA KELLEY 34, Tulsa Edison 30 WESTERN HEIGHTS 28, U.S. Grant 22 Vernon (Texas) 27, ALTUS 21 Class 4A McLOUD 35, Bethel 14 TUTTLE 28, Blanchard 21 CUSHING 27, Bristow 24 PAMPA (TEXAS) 28, Elk City 18 Glenpool 35, BERRYHILL 34 SEMINOLE 28, Harrah 27 Hennessey 35, ELGIN 14 CASCIA HALL 28, Holland Hall 20 CACHE 20, Iowa Park (Texas) 17 VINITA 20, JAY 13 TULSA McLAIN 14, Mannford 7 Newcastle 28, PAULS VALLEY 14 Sallisaw 31, CATOOSA 28 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE 42, Santa Fe South 7 Spiro 28, STILWELL 24 METRO CHRISTIAN 35, Tulsa NOAH 27 Woodward 21, KINGFISHER 20 Class 3A Beggs 40, EUFAULA 14 Centennial 28, CAPITOL HILL 12 Chandler 24, OKMULGEE 14 Hartford (Ark.) 28, WESTVILLE 12 Heavener 21, ATOKA 14 STIGLER 28, Hilldale 21 Hugo 35, IDABEL 14 LINCOLN CHRISTIAN 48, Kansas 12 KIEFER 22, Kellyville 16 CHECOTAH 38, Keys (Park Hill) 8 LITTLE AXE 27, Lexington 24 PURCELL 28, Lindsay 21 LONE GROVE 41, Marietta 14 BETHANY 28, Marlow 21 Meeker 20, PRAGUE 18 HENRYETTA 22, Morris 20 CROOKED OAK 28, Mount St. Mary 24 Nowata 38, DEWEY 12 TULSA ROGERS 21, OKC Legion 18 VERDIGRIS 28, Pawhuska 22 SEQ.-CLAREMORE 21, Perkins-Tryon 14 Perry 30, BLACKWELL 14 Plainview 24, SANGER (TEXAS) 21 TULSA WEBSTER 34, SeeWorth Academy 6 OKEMAH 28, Seq.-Tahlequah 20 ADAIR 44, Sperry 21 MILLWOOD 21, Star Spencer 20 WYNNEWOOD 32, Sulphur 17 MADILL 28, Tishomingo 22 Class 2A Caney Valley 22, BARNSDALL 20 Chisholm 28, OKEENE 24 Chouteau 36, FOYIL 14 AFTON 24, Colcord 22 STROUD 28, Commerce 21 Frederick 21, ELECTRA (TEXAS) 20 HASKELL 14, Ketchum 13 MOUNDS 34, Liberty 12 Luther 28, TONKAWA 27 HOBART 42, Mangum 14 Minco 28, DIBBLE 12 OCS 24, RINGLING 20 MORRISON 35, Pawnee 16 Pocola 28, CENTRAL SALLISAW 21 HULBERT 14, Porter 7 Savanna 32, ANTLERS 20 Stratford 35, COALGATE 14 Thomas 21, ALVA 7 Walters 40, WILSON 16 Wellston 28, DRUMRIGHT 14 Wyandotte 42, FAIRLAND 14 Class A Apache 44, RUSH SPRINGS 20 TEXHOMA 28, Booker (Texas) 24 Central Marlow 20, SNYDER 16 Community Christian 31, OCA 20 Cordell 24, SAYRE 12 REJOICE CHRISTIAN 34, Crossings Christian 24 EMPIRE 28, Elmore City 21 OKLAHOMA BIBLE 21, Fairview 20 ELKHART (KAN.) 28, Hooker 14 KONAWA 30, Quinton 28 BEAVER 31, Stanton County (KAN.) 14 Summit Christian 35, WARNER 21 Watonga 28, HINTON 8 Wayne 35, HEALDTON 16 HOLLIS 42, Wellington (Texas) 21 CASHION 48, Yale 14 Class B Arkoma 44, BOKOSHE 8 ALEX 44, Caddo 38 Cave Springs 48, WATTS 8 Cherokee 56, PIONEER 0 Claremore Chr. 42, S. COFFEYVILLE 28 WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN 28, Copan 14 MERRITT 44, Corn Bible 24 GARBER 56, Covington-Douglas 20 Davenport 54, WELEETKA 34 Dewar 60, WOODLAND 28 DEPEW 38, Haileyville 34 Keota 56, IMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 14 CYRIL 44, Life Christian 28 SASAKWA 38, Macomb 6 Maud 56, BOWLEGS 6 Maysville 44, PAOLI 12 Mountain View-Gotebo 42, BRAY-DOYLE 6 Oaks 56, GANS 8 WEBBERS FALLS 48, Porum 8 Ryan 42, WAURIKA 12 Seiling 56, SHARON-MUTUAL 38 Strother 40, CANADIAN 32 RINGWOOD 56, Timberlake 38 Waukomis 56, BUFFALO 8 Wetumka 48, ALLEN 42 Class C WAYNOKA 38, Duke 28 Gracemont 40, PRUE 24 Grandfield 56, OKC PATRIOTS 14 BALKO 48, Moscow (Kan.) 18 DESTINY CHR. 44, Southwest Covenant 28 THACKERVILLE 56, Temple 12 Tipton 54, FOX 42 BOISE CITY 28, Wiley (Colo.) 24 Wright Christian 34, MIDWAY 28 Saturday Class 3A Victory Christian 42, JONES 28 (at Choctaw) Class 2A DAVIS 28, Vian 22 (at Choctaw) Class A Mooreland 42, CHISHOLM JV 14 Independent Missouri Deaf 54, OSD 48 *Home team in CAPS
The high school football scrimmage schedule includes a matchup of the teams that have played for the Class 3A championship the last two years when Kingfisher visits Blanchard on Thursday night.
High schools: Big scrimmages highlight final weekend of preseason
By Scott Wright | Aug 27, 2014If you’re looking for an opportunity to see state championship-caliber teams in their final dress rehearsal of the preseason, you have plenty of options Thursday and Friday nights. The high school football scrimmage schedule includes a matchup of the teams that have played for the Class 3A championship the last two years when Kingfisher visits Blanchard on Thursday night. The Oklahoma City schools will be in action in the annual All-City Preview at Douglass and Star Spencer on Thursday and Friday. Mustang’s annual Pigskin Preview features top teams from Class 4A, 5A and 6A on Thursday, and Norman’s Top of the World Classic has another strong field Friday night. Here are some notable scrimmages involving metro-area teams Thursday and Friday: Thursday Davenport, Alex, Haileyville at Allen OKC Legion at Beggs Kingfisher at Blanchard Community Christian at Christian Heritage Academy Edmond Memorial at Del City OKCPS All-City Preview at Star Spencer and Douglass Westmoore at Edmond North Putnam North at Edmond Santa Fe Guthrie at El Reno Seminole at Henryetta Bethel at Hinton Bethany at Jones McLoud at Little Axe Meeker at Luther Bartlesville at Midwest City Lawton Eisenhower, Lawton MacArthur, Anadarko, Piedmont, Elk City, Norman North, McGuinness at Mustang Tecumseh, Mount St. Mary at Newcastle Moore at Putnam City Choctaw, Bixby at Southmoore Davis at Tuttle Pauls Valley at Washington Enid at Yukon Friday Burns Flat-Dill City, Morrison at Cashion OCS at Chandler Crossings Christian, Walters at Cordell Prague at Crooked Oak Wynnewood at Dibble OKCPS All-City Preview at Star Spencer and Douglass Heritage Hall, Cascia Hall, Locust Grove at Lincoln Christian Harrah, Durant at McAlester Carl Albert, Deer Creek, Noble, Shawnee, Stillwater at Norman Top of the World Classic Hennessey at Perkins-Tryon Minco at Sayre
Morrison returns veteran quarterback and offensive line.
High school football: District A-6 preview
By Chris Brannick | Aug 25, 2014Morrison returns six players on both sides of the football from a team that went 11-2 last season. The Wildcats swept through district play with a 6-0 record before losing to eventual state champ Ringling in the semifinals. Coach Corey Bales said the team will lean on Jordan Quintana for most of its support. The quarterback will work behind an offensive line that has four seniors. “Jordan’s a great runner and a great thrower,” Bales said. “But you can’t run him 30 times and expect him to stay healthy.” Morrison graduated its leading rusher and leading tackler from last season. Bales said Austin Hunsinger will move from defensive end to middle linebacker to help. “He’s got a big job, but I think he’s up for it,” Bales said. “He’s been in the thick of things. He’s a three-year starter.” SOPHOMORES LEAD HOMINY Hominy will once again rely on the running of Tanner McElwey. The sophomore rushed for nearly 1,000 yards as a freshman. “He had almost 1,000 yards and didn’t play in two games last year. He put on 20 to 25 pounds, and he’s expecting bigger this year,” Hominy coach Scott Harmon said. Hominy has a quarterback competition brewing, and Harmon said it’s a good one. Junior Armony Lowery and freshman Daven Collins, who switched from receiver, are battling for the starting job. Senior defensive end Charles Crawford will play an important role in Hominy’s defense. Harmon said Crawford isn’t the strongest kid, but he uses his quickness to get to the quarterback and changes directions as good as anyone. EXTRA POINTS Drumright coach Chuck Terry has one son calling the plays and another taking snaps. Dylan Terry, a former Southern Nazarene quarterback, joins his dad to help junior quarterback Logan Terry turn around a Drumright program that only won one game in 2013… Mounds moves down to Class A from 2A after going 6-4 last season. District A-6 Coaches’ Poll 1. Kiefer (11-2) 2. Morrison (11-2) 3. Mounds (6-4) 4. Hominy (6-6) 5. Barnsdall (5-6) 6. Drumright (1-9) 7. Yale (5-5) *Last year’s record in parentheses
Media notes: Tulsa Union, Broken Arrow to make four appearances each on Cox high school football schedule
Cox schedule includes telecasts during first four weeks of the playoffs
Media notes: Tulsa Union, Broken Arrow to make four appearances each on Cox high school football schedule
Aug 6, 2014Cox announces high school football schedule Tulsa Union and Broken Arrow will make four appearances each in the Cox Communications high school football telecast package. The schedule for the The Cox Channel (channels 3 and 703) includes the Tulsa Union-Jenks game, generally considered the state’s biggest rivalry game, on Sept. 12. Southmoore, Owasso, Bixby, Jenks and Norman North are scheduled to make two appearances each. Several dates will be filled later in the season. Cox has scheduled two games for both Oct. 16 and Oct. 24. On Oct. 16, Norman North at Edmond North will air in Oklahoma City and Owasso at Tulsa Union will air in Tulsa. The other game will air on delay. On Oct. 24, Cox will air either Bixby at Tulsa Washington or Jenks at Broken Arrow. The other game will air on delay. All the games also will be streamed live at www.coxhshub.com. The Cox schedule includes playoff games on Nov. 14, Nov. 21 and Nov. 28 and state championship games the weekend of Dec. 5-6. Oklahoma City area announcers will be Steve Marshall, analyst Rod Thompson and sideline reporter Kaycee Boles. Tulsa area announcers will be Nathan Thompson, analyst Rod Thompson and sideline reporter Mike Ziegenhorn. The Cox HS Hub Game of the Week schedule also was released. Those games will be webcast at www.coxhshub.com. Steve Marshall and Josh Helmer will share play-by-play duties with analyst Mike Whaley. Cox Channel 3/703 schedule (All games start at 7 p.m.) Sept. 4, Edmond Memorial at Southmoore. Sept. 5, Owasso at Broken Arrow. Sept. 11, Bixby at East Central. Sept. 12, Tulsa Union at Jenks. Sept. 18, Norman at Moore. Sept. 19, Broken Arrow at Tulsa Union. Sept. 26, Owasso at Norman North. Oct. 3, Bishop McGuinness at Deer Creek. Oct. 9, Tulsa Union at Southmoore. Oct. 10, Open. Oct. 16, Norman North at Edmond North. Oct. 16, Owasso at Tulsa Union. Oct. 24, Bixby at Tulsa Washington. Oct. 24, Jenks at Broken Arrow. Oct. 30, Broken Arrow at Edmond Santa Fe. Oct. 31, Carl Albert at Guthrie. Nov. 7, Open. Cox HS Hub Game of the Week Sept. 5, Lindsey at Purcell. Sept. 12, Mooreland at Cashion. Sept. 19, Yukon at Deer Creek. Sept. 28, Newcastle at Cache. Oct. 3, Tuttle at Bristow. Oct. 10, Fredrick at Washington or TBA. Oct. 16, Nowata at Vian. Oct. 24, Kellyville at Lincoln Christian. Oct. 31, Altus at Duncan. Nov. 7, TBA. Short takes Westmoore High School football games and OU baseball and softball games and will air on the Tyler Media’s new The Franchise 2, KEBC-AM 1560 and FM 92.9. Program director Buddy Wiley said select OU baseball and softball games also will air on The Franchise 107.7. WWLS-FM 98.1, The Sports Animal, has received rights to air the Westwood One NFL and NCAA football broadcasts. WWLS will air NFL primetime games on Sunday, Thursday and Monday. WWLS also will also air Sunday doubleheader games and all playoff games. Program director Dax Davis said the station also will carry NCAA football games from Westwood One. Sideline reporter Erin Andrews is joining Joe Buck and Troy Aikman on Fox’s No.1 NFL broadcast team. The trio’s first game will be San Francisco at Dallas at 3:25 p.m. Sept. 7. Other Fox teams include Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch and Pam Oliver; Chris Myers, Ronde Barber and Jennifer Hale; Thom Brennaman, David Diehl and Laura Okmin; and Kenny Albert, Daryl “Moose” Johnston and Tony Siragusa. Dick Stockton and reporter Kristina Pink will work with analysts Donovan McNabb, Brady Quinn and Kirk Morrison, who will alternate. By Mel Bracht
The 2016 and 2017 basketball recruiting classes across the state are already shaping up to be very strong, and two of those players recently took another step to prove it. Mustang’s Jakolby Long, who will be a junior, and Norman North sophomore-to-be Trae Young were both invited to the Nike Elite 100 camp, which is being held this weekend. Long, a 6-foot-4 point guard, already has multiple...
High school notebook: Jakolby Long, Trae Young invited to Nike Elite 100 camp
By Scott Wright and Jacob Unruh | Jun 11, 2014The 2016 and 2017 basketball recruiting classes across the state are already shaping up to be very strong, and two of those players recently took another step to prove it. Mustang’s Jakolby Long, who will be a junior, and Norman North sophomore-to-be Trae Young were both invited to the Nike Elite 100 camp, which is being held this weekend. Long, a 6-foot-4 point guard, already has multiple offers, including Oklahoma. Young, a 6-foot-2 shooting guard, is beginning to pile up offers as well, with both Oklahoma and Oklahoma State showing strong interest. The Nike Elite 100 camp generally takes about 70 players from the upcoming junior class and approximately 30 from the sophomore class. Both players have a strong pedigree as well. Long’s father is Mustang coach Terry Long, and Young is the son of former Texas Tech player Rayford Young. LITTELL EXPECTED TO ATTEND OSU Stillwater outfielder Jon Littell is expected to attend Oklahoma State after being drafted late in last week’s MLB First-Year Player Draft, his coach confirmed to The Oklahoman. Littell, who was considered by many scouting services to be the state’s top-ranked outfielder, was taken in the 39th round by the Washington Nationals. Stillwater coach Jimmy Harris said he has already spoken with Littell and he will play the next three years at OSU, where his father Jim is the women’s basketball coach. Jon Littell hit .446 with five home runs and 39 RBIs this season, helping the Pioneers win their first state championship since 1957. EL RENO’S SCHWERTFEGER STEPS DOWN El Reno is looking for a new football coach for the third time in the last five years. Taylor Schwerdtfeger informed the school last week that he was stepping down to take an assistant coaching position at Alva after one season with the Indians. El Reno went 4-6 last season playing in one of the state’s toughest districts, which included the last two state champions, Guthrie and Carl Albert, as well as McGuinness and Deer Creek. TUTTLE'S OWEN SUSPENDED BY OSSAA Tuttle baseball coach Travis Owen will miss the first half of next season after violating Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association rules this season. Owen allowed two different freshman players to participate in too many tournaments, exceeding the limit of three tournaments set by the OSSAA. One suited up in four tournaments, while the other suited up in five. However, the two players did not play and that’s a point Owen is arguing. He said he plans to appeal the suspension, which will be for at least 17 games. “It’s one of them things that I feel personally that I thought the rule was kind of vague, because I suited up a kid and it wasn’t because I played a kid,” Owen said. “But them are the rules and I broke them. I don’t want to hurt my team and I don’t want it to be about me. I guess I should be more knowledgeable about the rule and I guess I’ll know it now.” Owen missed the first game of the Class 4A state tournament due to the violation. The Tigers went on to win the Class 4A championship. The OSSAA also suspended Jenks assistant coach Sandy Farrell for one game next season due to his actions following the Trojans’ loss to Stillwater in the Class 6A semifinals on a walk-off walk. He was arguing balls and strikes as umpires left the field following the eight-inning loss. OSSAA ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS The OSSAA announced the 12 scholarship winners as part of its program along with Farmers Insurance. Each student honored will receive $750 toward college costs. Winners include Kellan Hostetler of Garber (football); Paige Fingerie of Lincoln Christian (fastpitch softball); Josh Hardage of Washington (boys basketball); Katie McKenna Morrison of Drummong (girls basketball); Nathan Herrman of Stillwater (boys soccer); Aubrey McCutchen of Collinsville (girls soccer); Brian Canfield of McGuinness (baseball); Brittany Bingham of Waukomis (slowpitch softball); Catherine Petty of Stillwater (girls track); Wyatt Johnson of Watonga (boys track); Sarah Carpenter of Stillwater (volleyball); and Cole Reynolds of Woodward (wrestling).
May 31, 2014
OSU, which is hosting an NCAA Regional this weekend, has two players who underwent the operation. Conor Costello, from Edmond Santa Fe, hurt his elbow a few years ago in fall baseball at Navarro Junior College before he transferred to OSU.
College baseball: A look at the recent rise in Tommy John surgeries
By Mike Baldwin | May 31, 2014A rash of Tommy John elbow surgeries in the majors has raised concern all the way down to Little League baseball. Coaches last week at the Big 12 Tournament at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark agreed the key issues are players are bigger and stronger and elite players participate at a highly competitive level nearly year-round in warm-weather climates. “Previous generations threw footballs and shot basketballs to give the arm some time to rest,” said Oklahoma State coach Josh Holliday, the Big 12 Coach of the Year. “I agree with the school of thought baseball played year-round is dangerous.” Tommy John surgery is named after the former major league pitcher who revived his career after having the surgery. The procedure usually sidelines players 12 months after doctors take a tendon from elsewhere in the body to reconstruct the ulnar collateral ligament in the elbow. OSU, which is hosting an NCAA Regional this weekend, has two players who underwent the operation. Conor Costello, from Edmond Santa Fe, hurt his elbow a few years ago in fall baseball at Navarro Junior College before he transferred to OSU. “Going through it is a struggle but I was kind of happy I got it done and it didn’t happen later in my career,” Costello said. “My mechanics (weren’t) where they should have been. I was pulling my slider. There are a lot of factors involved.” In a generation where athletes tend to focus on only one sport, pitchers suffering elbow injuries at an alarming rate has forced everyone to take a hard look at how kids approach the sport. Many of the nation’s top prospects play on travel teams. Summer leagues often extend into August with high-profile tournaments where pitchers try to impress pro scouts and college coaches. “I grew up in Maryland,” said 11-year TCU coach Jim Schlossnagle. “I’ve always said it’s a blessing and a curse to play in a warm-weather climate. It’s a blessing to play a lot of baseball. It’s also a curse to play a lot of baseball. “One thing I’m hearing is it’s playing a lot of games at a highly competitive level. Playing at that level helps a player improve but sometimes maybe it’s better just to play catch (on flat ground) instead of a constant competitive environment off a mound.” The alarm sounded when elbow injuries reached an all-time high this season in the majors. It’s such an epidemic that Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig announced he’s “worried.” Texas’ right-hander Martin Perez was the 19th major league pitcher to undergo Tommy John surgery since spring training. It’s significant that 16 of the 19 who have undergone elbow surgery this year are all relatively young and all from places with warm-weather climates — California, Florida, Texas or Latin America. “If I played in this generation I probably would have never played football because there’s so much baseball available,” said veteran Baylor coach Steve Smith. “Playing that much baseball is what makes them good, but it’s also a perfect storm that can lead to injuries.” Another variable is today’s pitchers are bigger, stronger and throw harder. “The baseball is coming out of their hand like we’ve never seen before,” Holliday said. “They throw sliders 90 mph in the majors. That used to be the average fastball. If you throw pitches at such a velocity the soft tissue can’t withstand it over the course of time.” Elbow injuries have been more frequent in recent years. Four of baseball’s top pitchers — Stephen Strasburg (Nationals), Matt Harvey (Mets), Jose Fernandez (Marlins) and Dylan Bundy (Orioles) — have undergone Tommy John operations in recent years. Mark Robinette, the other OSU pitcher who had Tommy John surgery, injured his elbow the summer after his sophomore year. “I’ve always taken care of my arm. I’ve iced it and done all the exercises. I was never abused by coaches,” Robinette said. “One day I’m just playing catch and it happened. To be honest it’s kind of inevitable for some guys.” TCU junior right-hander Preston Morrison, the Big 12 Pitcher of the Year, has seen teenagers undergo elbow surgery but believes there are steps that can minimize a pitcher’s chances of tearing the UCL. “One of the big things is kids need to take care of their arms,” Morrison said. “It’s sort of what I call pre-hab, a preventive approach. You have to be smart about it. “You also can’t have coaches overuse kids, throw them more than 120 pitches, if that, and then take four days off. After the summer every year I’ve never thrown too many innings in the fall and then I take off six or seven weeks in the winter.” Experts that follow the issue have said the 2014 elbow firestorm is a concern, but warn it might just be a bad year; how the story unfolds the next couple of years will determine whether it’s truly an epidemic. This year’s list primarily consists of pitchers, but Minnesota Twins third base prospect Miguel Sano, one of the elite hitters in the minors, will miss the entire 2014 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery during spring training. TCU junior lefthander Brandon Finnegan, an All-Big 12 pitcher, believes part of it is random luck. “It can sometimes be a freak deal even if you do all the stretching exercises you’re supposed to do,” Finnegan said. “One of the guys on the team that blew out his elbow is one of the biggest exercise conditioning addicts you’ll ever see.” Elbow injuries have become an issue at the high school and college levels. OU pitcher Adam Choplick had to redshirt as a freshman after having two Tommy John surgeries while still in high school. During his 25 years as a Division I head coach or assistant, Smith in person had witnessed just one pitcher who suffered a season-ending elbow injury while on the mound. This year the Bears have had three — two elbow injuries and a shoulder. “They play so much baseball there’s no time to train. Eventually the body will break down,” Smith said. “I don’t think there’s any way to mandate this. Every kid, parent and coach has to use some common sense when it comes to participation in any sport, not just baseball.” Holliday said the Cowboys give pitchers November and December off before they resume throwing programs in January to prepare for a college season that begins in February. “You have to look at this through the eyes of science,” Holliday said. “There are some really smart doctors, scientists and physical therapists who can study the science part of this. “Every player must be monitored individually. One program won’t fit everyone. Age, body type and arm slot are all factors. Hopefully these scientists can up with logical conclusions that will help everyone have more information to make sound decisions.”
May 28, 2014
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The NCAA baseball tournament starts Friday with regionals. The 16 winners advance to super regionals next week, and the final eight go to the College World Series in Omaha beginning June 14.Here are 10 of the tournament's top story lines:1. YEAR OF THE BEAVER? Oregon State has lived up to preseason expectations, and now it's time to see if the overall No. 1 seed can finish...
10 things to know about NCAA baseball tournament
ERIC OLSON, Associated Press | May 28, 2014OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The NCAA baseball tournament starts Friday with regionals. The 16 winners advance to super regionals next week, and the final eight go to the College World Series in Omaha beginning June 14. Here are 10 of the tournament's top story lines: 1. YEAR OF THE BEAVER? Oregon State has lived up to preseason expectations, and now it's time to see if the overall No. 1 seed can finish the job. Ben Wetzler and Jace Fry are two of the nation's best starters, and left fielder Michael Conforto will be a first-round MLB draft pick. The Pac-12 champs have survived with freshmen in prominent roles — Logan Ice at catcher, Trever Morrison at shortstop and Caleb Hamilton at second base. 2. THE NO. 1 PROBLEM: As good as Oregon State has been, the Beavers are up against some bad history. Since the tournament was expanded to 64 teams in 1999, Miami is the only top-seeded team to win the national championship — and that was in 1999. 3. WHO'S HOT: Louisiana-Lafayette has won 10 straight thanks to its high-scoring offense. The Sun Belt Conference's Ragin' Cajuns also had a 10-game win streak the first month of the season and a 14-gamer in March. Their 53 wins are eight more than any other team. SEC tournament champion LSU has won eight straight, and Cal State Fullerton and Kennesaw State have won seven in a row. 4. WHO'S NOT: The Anteaters of UC Irvine are sucking air right now. They've lost six in a row and eight of their last nine. The good news is they made the tournament. The bad news is they played their way into Oregon State's regional. 5. THE GUY EVERYONE KNOWS: Florida State's Jameis Winston is the first Heisman Trophy winner to play college baseball since Auburn's Bo Jackson in 1986. Winston has been a shutdown reliever with his 95-mph fastball, striking out 29 and allowing four earned runs in 30 2-3 innings for a team-best 1.17 ERA. Winston, who has started two games in left field and three as designated hitter, is batting .132 in 38 at-bats. 6. THE GUY YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF: Max Pentecost of first-time tournament participant Kennesaw State is the best draft-eligible catcher. He chose to go to the Georgia school instead of turning pro after the Texas Rangers drafted him in the seventh round in 2011. His .423 batting average is second nationally — and best among players in the tournament — and he's batting .481 since March 15. Pentecost has driven in 55 runs with nine homers and 21 doubles, and he's thrown out 21 of 41 base stealers. 7. THE GUY WHO DOES IT ALL: Kentucky's A.J. Reed is by far the top two-way player in the nation. He's blossomed from a 25th-round draft pick coming out of high school to the SEC player of the year and probable first- or second-round pick. The left-handed Reed leads the nation in home runs (23) and slugging percentage (.768) and is fourth in RBIs (70). Oh, and the pitcher is tops in the SEC in wins (11). 8. PENGUIN POWER: Horizon League champion Youngstown State enters the national tournament 16-36 and, at .308, with the lowest winning percentage of a participant since at least 2001. The Penguins got 25 percent of their wins in their conference tournament. Before last weekend, they had won back-to-back games just three times. Two other teams with losing records are in the field: Siena and Bethune-Cookman, which are both 26-31. 9. YOU LOOK FAMILIAR: Texas A&M's move from the Big 12 to the SEC didn't sit well with Texas and led to the end of their famous football rivalry. Since the Aggies' SEC membership took effect in 2012-13, the schools have met in a sport just once, that being women's basketball last season. It took the Division I Baseball Committee to bring the Longhorns and Aggies back together on the diamond. They'll play Friday in Houston in one of the most anticipated regional matchups. 10. HOME SWEET HOME: The host team has won 70 percent (169 of 240) of the regionals held since the tournament went to its current format in 1999. Last year 14 of the 16 hosts made it to super regionals. No year has come close to matching the debacle of 2007, when only seven hosts advanced.
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.
A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed a game day experience.
Tributes: Former State Fair Speedway driver Jerry Morrison dies on 76th birthday
BY SCOTT MUNN | Feb 17, 2014A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed a game day experience: *Anything that had wheels and Jerry Morrison was willing to race it. Local dirt car racing fans will remember the El Reno resident for driving a No. 8 Pontiac Grand Prix pro stock at State Fair Speedway. Pro stocks were a highly competitive division over the 1989-2009 seasons, and although Steve Smith, Perry Robb Jr. and Mark Brill dominated headlines by combining for 15 championships, Morrison could make it tough for that trio on any given Friday night. He was often a top-10 driver during his career at the landmark Oklahoma City track, winning six A features and finishing fourth in points for the 1991, 2001 and 2007 seasons. Morrison raced drag cars in the 1960s, twice finishing runner-up in the National Hot Rod Association's World Finals in a B dragster. He later competed in motocross, then moved to oval track car racing. Before becoming a Friday night staple in Oklahoma City, Morrison won three mini-stock championships at Dutton Speedway in Fort Cobb and one title at Clinton Motorsports Park. Morrison's love for speed extended into the family — his granddaughter is Kenzie Ruston, who is a rising star on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series. Morrison died recently on his 76th birthday. *Dr. Tom Stough, 74, of Okarche was a 123-pound wrestler and quarterbacked the Geary High School football team. Stough earned a wrestling scholarship to Oklahoma, although he soon joined the Army and trained as an X-ray technician. After Stough was discharged, he returned to OU to begin studying medicine. *Michael Raines, 40, was a broker for Midtown Mortgage. The Tulsa Union High School graduate was an All-State golfer in 1992. *Francis Francoeur, 91, of Lawton worked as a gunner and navigator — and eventually became a pilot — on a B-17 bomber during World War II. After the Allied victories, he worked in lumber and also coached boys basketball at St. Mary High School in Ponca City. He guided St. Mary to an Oklahoma Catholic League championship in the 1950s. Francoeur was an avid fisherman who made trips to Mexico and Canada to drop a line. *Jim Pugh died on his 69th birthday. He played football for Cushing High School, when it defeated Harding 15-14 for the Class A state championship in 1961. Pugh went on to serve in Vietnam as a reconnaissance helicopter pilot. *Shirley Willcox Johnson, 72, of Choctaw held OU season football tickets for more than 35 years. She was an international traveler who never left home without her golf clubs and a founding member of the Choctaw Women's Golf Association. *Horace Anderson, 88, of Tulsa played football, basketball and baseball at Wayne High School. The World War II veteran played semi-pro baseball, and he was an avid golfer who, in 1968, was the Mohawk Men's Association champion. By trade, he worked for a Mercedes-Benz dealership in Tulsa. *Don Nelson graduated from Shawnee High School and went on to play tennis for Oklahoma State. Nelson, who spent 36 years working for Southwestern Bell, was a longtime Cowboys football season ticket holder. During off time, Nelson entered several water skiing competitions. He died at age 76. *Virginia Edwards Elkins, 90, of Del City was a 1940 graduate of Crooked Oak High School, where she was an exceptional basketball and softball player. *Darrell Long, 66, of Oklahoma City spent 42 years working at Tinker Air Force Base. He was an avid golfer, fisherman and hunter who spent his post-Tinker years as an archery technician for Bass Pro Shops in Bricktown. Long was also the father-in-law of former Oklahoma City Blazers star Tyler Fleck. *Iona Patterson Flippin, 91, of Norman was devoted supporter of Oklahoma Sooner athletics. The retired teacher attended her last OU-Texas football game at age 90, traveling to Dallas the old-fashioned way — by train. *Oklahoma City resident Eldon Watts, 80, played football and basketball at Cherokee High School in his native Kansas. ... Willie Salyer, 84, of Blanchard played baseball at Binger High School. ... Irene Haynes, 48, played basketball and softball and ran track for Lawton Eisenhower High School. ... Randy Ragsdale, 52, of Oklahoma City was a four-year letterman in football at Dewey High School.
Feb 14, 2014
Trey Lippe Morrison was destined to become an athlete, the Tulsa World reports. His mother, Cristi Rader, was an All-State basketball player at Jay High School and became a coach. She now is known as Cristi Lippe. Trey's maternal grandfather was Ken Rader, a member of the University of Tulsa's 1964 Bluebonnet Bowl football team.
Tommy Morrison's son set for first professional boxing match
Feb 14, 2014Trey Lippe Morrison was destined to become an athlete, the Tulsa World reports. His mother, Cristi Rader, was an All-State basketball player at Jay High School and became a coach. She now is known as Cristi Lippe. Trey's maternal grandfather was Ken Rader, a member of the University of Tulsa's 1964 Bluebonnet Bowl football team.
Jan 15, 2014
For the Wednesday Oklahoman, I wrote about how the decision-makers at some schools don’t trust their own judgments. They would rather hire a proven coach — even if that proof is less than appetizing — than venture into the unknown. You can read that column here.
College football hires: Where the coaches comes from
Berry Tramel | Jan 15, 2014[img]2319553[/img] For the Wednesday Oklahoman, I wrote about how the decision-makers at some schools don’t trust their own judgments. They would rather hire a proven coach — even if that proof is less than appetizing — than venture into the unknown. You can read that column here. I also listed the five schools with the best track record of hiring assistant coaches to be head coach — and the five schools with the best track record of hiring head coaches to be head coach. But I had the data for every major-conference school, and I thought I would share it. Here’s what I did. I went back to every hire since roughly World War II. I made some judgment calls. If a coach was hired before the war but coached well after the war — Gen. Robert Neyland at Tennessee, Wally Butts at Georgia, Jim Lookabaugh at OSU — I included him. If a coach came in in 1945 and coached a year or two, I mostly ignored him. Remarkably, I found the previous employer of every coach on this list except one — Pitt’s John Michelosen, who coached Pitt from 1955 through 1965. I found some of his previous history, but I never could figure out what he was doing in 1954. Probably coaching in the NFL, but I couldn’t be sure. Anyway, I thought this was fantastic information, because it can be used so many ways. Which I intend to in the next few days. Who’s had the most stable environment for head coaches? Which school has lost the most assistants to head coaching jobs? What’s been the most prolific stepping stone job? Funny job switches over the years. All kinds of interesting topics, and I tend to get to them in the next few days. But first, I thought I’d just give you the data, ranking the schools from most likely to hire an assistant coach to be head coach, to least likely. It’s a great tour through post-war college football history. If you’re of a certain age, you’ll see all kinds of names you once knew but forgot about it. Pepper Rodgers from Kansas, UCLA and Georgia Tech. John Pont at Indiana and Alex Agase at Purdue. Bo Rein at North Carolina State and, tragically, LSU. John Ralston at Stanford. Pete Elliott, the former Bud Wilkinson lieutenant, at Nebraska, California, Illinois and Miami. Forest Evashevski at Iowa. You can look at coaches’ strange circles. Paul Dietzel going from LSU to Army to South Carolina. Bill Curry from Georgia Tech to Alabama to Kentucky. Wes Fesler from Pitt to Ohio State to Minnesota. You can look at oddities, like Stanford’s amazing affinity for NFL coaches and how Notre Dame isn’t the only school to hire a high school coach. Well, there’s a bunch you can look for. But I’ll get you started by just listing the schools. For OU and OSU, I went way back in time. And I didn’t make note of several coaches who had been head coaches at one time but were assistants when hired at certain jobs: *-denotes sat out one season before being hired; **-denotes sitting out multiple seasons before being hired; OKLAHOMA STATE 91.7 percent Mike Gundy 2005 Oklahoma State assistant Les Miles 2001 Dallas Cowboys assistant Bob Simmons 1995 Colorado assistant Pat Jones 1984 Oklahoma State assistant Jimmy Johnson 1979 Pitt assistant Jim Stanley 1976 Oklahoma State assistant Dave Smith 1972 Winnipeg Blue Bombers assistant Floyd Gass 1969 Austin College Phil Cutchin 1963 Alabama assistant Cliff Speegle 1955 Edmonton Eskimos assistant J.B. Whitworth 1950 Georgia assistant Jim Lookabaugh 1939 Capitol Hill High School Ted Cox 1936 Tulane Albert Exendine 1934 Oklahoma State assistant Pappy Waldorf 1929 Kansas assistant John Maulbetsch 1921 Phillips SYRACUSE 88.9 percent Scott Shaffer 2013 Syracuse assistant Doug Marrone 2009 New Orleans Saints assistant Greg Robinson 2005 Texas assistant Paul Pasqualoni 1991 Syracuse assistant Dick MacPherson 1981 Cleveland Browns assistant Frank Maloney 1974 Michigan assistant Ben Schwartzwalder 1949 Muhlenberg Reaves Baysinger 1947 Syracuse assistant Biggie Munn 1946 Michigan assistant OKLAHOMA 85 percent Bob Stoops 1999 Florida assistant John Blake 1996 Dallas Cowboys assistant Howard Schnellenberger 1995 Louisville Gary Gibbs 1989 Oklahoma assistant Barry Switzer 1973 Oklahoma assistant Chuck Fairbanks 1967 Oklahoma assistant Jim Mackenzie 1966 Arkansas assistant Gomer Jones 1964 Oklahoma assistant Bud Wilkinson 1947 Oklahoma assistant Jim Tatum 1946 Iowa Pre-Flight Snorter Luster 1941 New York Giants assistant Tom Stidham 1937 Oklahoma assistant Biff Jones 1935 LSU Lewie Hardage 1932 Vanderbilt assistant Adrian Lindsey 1927 Bethany (KS) Bennie Owen 1905 Bethany (KS) GEORGIA 83.3 percent Mark Richt 2001 Florida State assistant Jim Donnan 1996 Marshall Ray Goff 1989 Georgia assistant Vince Dooley 1964 Auburn assistant Johnny Griffith 1961 Georgia assistant Wally Butts 1939 Georgia assistant WEST VIRGINIA 81.8 percent Dana Holgorsen 2011 Oklahoma State assistant Bill Stewart 2007 West Virginia assistant Rich Rodriguez 2001 Clemson assistant Don Nehlen 1980 Michigan assistant Frank Cignetti 1976 West Virginia assistant Bobby Bowden 1970 West Virginia assistant Jim Carlen 1966 Georgia Tech assistant Gene Corum 1960 West Virginia assistant Art Lewis 1950 Mississippi State assistant Dudley DeGroot 1948 Los Angeles Dons Bill Kern 1940 Carnegie Tech KANSAS STATE 77.8 percent Bill Snyder 2009 retired Ron Prince 2006 Virginia assistant Bill Snyder 1989 Iowa assistant Stan Parrish 1986 Marshall Jim Dickey 1979 North Carolina assistant Ellis Rainsberger 1975 Wisconsin assistant Vince Gibson 1967 Tennessee assistant Doug Weaver 1960 Missouri assistant Bus Mertes 1955 Kansas State assistant VANDERBILT 78.6 percent James Franklin 2011 Maryland assistant Robbie Caldwell 2010 Vanderbilt assistant Bobby Johnson 2002 Furman Woody Widenhofer 1995 Vanderbilt assistant Rod Dowhower 1995 Cleveland Browns assistant Gerry DiNardo 1991 Colorado assistant Watson Brown 1986 Rice George MacIntyre 1979 Ole Miss assistant Fred Pancoast 1975 Memphis Steve Sloan 1973 Georgia Tech assistant Bill Pace 1967 Arkansas assistant John Green 1963 Florida assistant Arthur Guepe 1953 Virginia assistant Bill Edwards 1949 Cleveland Browns assistant NORTHWESTERN 72.7 percent Pat Fitzgerald, 2006, Northwestern assistant Randy Walker, 1999, Miami-Ohio GaryBarnett,1992, Colorado assistant Francis Peay, 1986, Northwestern assistant Dennis Green, 1981, Stanford assistant Rick Venturi, 1978, Illinois assistant John Pont, 1973, Indiana Alex Agase, 1964, Northwestern assistant Ara Parseghian, 1956, Miami-Ohio Lou Saban, 1955, Washington assistant Bob Voigts, 1947, Cleveland Browns assistant VIRGINIA TECH 71.4 percent Frank Beamer 1987 Murray State Bill Dooley 1978 North Carolina Jimmy Sharpe 1974 Alabama assistant Charlie Coffey 1971 Arkansas assistant Jerry Claiborne 1960 Alabama assistant Frank Moseley 1951 Kentucky assistant Robert McNeish 1948 Navy assistant CALIFORNIA 69.2 percent Sonny Dykes 2012 Louisiana Tech Jeff Tedford 2002 Oregon assistant Tom Holmoe 1997 California assistant Steve Mariucci 1996 Green Bay Packers assistant Keith Gilbertson 1992 Washington assistant Bruce Snyder 1987 Los Angeles Rams assistant Joe Kapp 1982 non-football Roger Theder 1978 California assistant Mike White 1972 Stanford assistant Ray Willsey 1964 NFL assistant Marv Levy 1960 New Mexico Pete Elliott 1957 Nebraska Pappy Waldorf 1947 Northwestern BAYLOR 66.7 percent Art Briles 2008 Houston Guy Morriss 2003 Kentucky Kevin Steele 1999 Carolina Panthers assistant Dave Roberts 1997 Notre Dame assistant Chuck Reedy 1993 Baylor assistant Grant Teaff 1972 Angelo State Bill Beall 1969 LSU assistant John Bridgers 1959 Baltimore Colts assistant Sam Boyd 1956 Baylor assistant WAKE FOREST 64.2 percent Dave Clawson 2014 Bowling Green Jim Grobe 2001 Ohio Jim Caldwell 1993 Penn State assistant Bill Dooley 1987 Virginia Tech Al Groh 1981 Texas Tech assistant John Mackovic 1978 Purdue assistant Chuck Mills 1973 Utah State Tom Harper 1972 Wake Forest assistant Cal Stoll 1969 Michigan State assistant Bill Tate 1964 Illinois assistant Billy Hildebrand 1960 Wake Forest assistant Paul Amen 1956 Army assistant Tom Rogers 1951 Wake Forest assistant Peahead Walker 1937 Elon UTAH 63.6 percent Kyle Whittingham 2005 Utah assistant Urban Meyer 2003 Bowling Green Ron McBride 1990 Arizona assistant Jim Fassel 1985 New Orleans Breakers assistant Chuck Stobart 1982 Toledo Wayne Howard 1977 Long BeachState Tom Lovat 1974 Utah assistant Bill Meek 1968 Army assistant Mike Giddings 1966 Southern Cal assistant Ray Nagel 1958 UCLA assistant Jack Curtice 1950 Texas-El Paso TEXAS TECH 63.6 percent Kliff Kingsbury 2013 Texas A&M assistant Tommy Tuberville 2010 Auburn* Mike Leach 2000 Oklahoma assistant Spike Dykes 1987 Tech assistant David McWilliams 1986 Texas assistant Jerry Moore 1981 North Texas Rex Dockery 1977 Tech assistant Steve Sloan 1975 Vanderbilt Jim Carlen 1970 West Virginia J.T. King 1961 Tech assistant DeWitt Weaver 1951 Tulsa assistant NEBRASKA 62.5 percent Bo Pelini 2008 LSU assistant Bill Callahan 2004 Oakland Raiders Frank Solich 1998 Nebraska assistant Tom Osborne 1973 Nebraska assistant Bob Devaney 1962 Wyoming Bill Jennings 1957 Nebraska assistant Pete Elliott 1956 Oklahoma assistant Bill Glassford 1949 New Hampshire FLORIDA STATE 62.5 percent Jimbo Fisher 2010 Florida State assistant Bobby Bowden 1976 West Virginia Darrell Mudra 1974 Western Illinois Larry Jones 1971 Tennessee assistant Bill Peterson 1960 LSU assistant Perry Moss 1959 Wisconsin assistant Tom Nugent 1953 VMI Don Veller 1948 Indiana assistant MISSISSIPPI STATE 61.5 percent Dan Mullen 2009 Florid assistant Sylvester Croom 2004 Green Bay Packers assistant Jackie Sherrill 1991 Texas A&M** Rockey Felker 1986 Alabama assistant Emory Bellard 1979 Texas A&M Bob Tyler 1973 MississippiState assistant Charles Shira 1967 Texas assistant Paul Davis 1962 MississippiState assistant Wade Walker 1956 MississippiState assistant Darrell Royal 1954 Edmonton Eskimos Murray Warmath 1952 Army assistant Slick Morton 1949 VMI Allyn McKeen 1939 Memphis WASHINGTON STATE 61.5 percent Mike Leach 2012 Texas Tech** Paul Wulff 2008 Eastern Washington Bill Doba 2003 Washington State assistant Mike Price 1989 WeberS tate Dennis Erickson 1987 Wyoming Jim Walden 1978 Washington State assistant Warren Powers 1977 Nebraska assistant Jackie Sherrill 1976 Pittsburgh assistant Jim Sweeney 1968 Montana State Bert Clark 1964 Washington assistant Jim Sutherland 1958 Washington assistant Al Kircher 1952 Michigan State assistant Forest Evashevski 1950 Washington State assistant PITTSBURGH 61.1 percent Paul Chryst 2012 Wisconsin assistant Todd Graham 2011 Tulsa Dave Wannstedt 2005 Miami Dolphins Walt Harris 1997 Ohio State assistant Johnny Majors 1993 Tennessee Paul Hackett 1989 Pittsburgh assistant Mike Gottfried 1986 Kansas Foge Fazio 1982 Pittsburgh assistant Jackie Sherrill 1977 Washington State Johnny Majors 1973 Iowa State Carl DePasqua 1969 Pittsburgh Steelers assistant Dave Hart 1966 Navy assistant John Michelosen 1955 assistant Red Dawson 1952 Michigan State assistant* Tom Hamilton 1951 Pittsburgh administrator Len Casanova 1950 Santa Clara Mike Milligan 1947 Pittsburgh assistant Wes Fesler 1946 Princeton assistant OREGON 60 percent Mark Helfrich 2013 Oregon assistant Chip Kelly 2009 Oregon assistant Mike Bellotti 1995 Oregon assistant Rich Brooks 1977 UCLA assistant Don Read 1974 Portland State** Dick Enright 1972 Oregon assistant Jerry Frei 1967 Oregon assistant Len Casanova 1951 Pittsburgh Jim Aiken 1947 Nevada Tex Oliver 1938 Arizona STANFORD 60 percent David Shaw 2011 Stanford assistant Jim Harbaugh 2007 San Diego Walt Harris 2005 Pittsburgh Buddy Teevens 2002 Florida assistant Tyrone Willingham 1995 Minnesota Vikings assistant Dennis Green 1989 San Francisco 49ers assistant Jack Elway 1984 San Jose State Paul Wiggin 1980 New Orleans Saints assistant Rod Dowhower 1979 Stanford assistant Bill Walsh 1977 San Diego Chargers assistant Jack Christiansen 1972 Stanford assistant John Ralston 1963 Utah State Jack Curtice 1958 Utah Chuck Taylor 1951 San Francisco 49ers assistant Marchmont Schwartz 1942 Stanford assistant OLE MISS 60 percent Hugh Freeze 2012 ArkansasState Houston Nutt 2008 Arkansas Ed Orgeron 2005 Southern Cal assistant David Cutcliffe 1998 Tennesee assistant Tommy Tuberville 1995 Texas A&M assistant Billy Brewer 1983 Louisiana Tech Steve Sloan 1978 Texas Tech Ken Cooper 1974 Ole Miss assistant Billy Kinard 1971 Arkansas assistant John Vaught 1947 Ole Miss assistant TCU 60 percent Gary Patterson 2000 TCU assistant Dennis Franchione 1998 New Mexico Pat Sullivan 1992 Auburn assistant Jim Wacker 1983 Texas State F.A. Dry 1977 Tulsa Jim Shofner 1974 San Francisco 49ers assistant Billy Tohill 1972 TCU assistant Jim Pittman 1971 Tulane Fred Taylor 1967 TCU assistant Abe Martin 1953 TCU assistant ILLINOIS 59.1 percent Tim Beckman, 2012, Toledo Ron Zook, 2005, Florida Ron Turner, 1997, Chicago Bears assistant Lou Tepper, 1991, Illinois assistant John Mackovic, 1988, Kansas City Chiefs* Mike White, 1980, San Francisco 49ers assistant Gary Moeller, 1977, Michigan assistant Bob Blackman, 1971, Dartmouth Jim Valek, 1967, South Carolina assistant Pete Elliot,1960, California Ray Eliot,1942, Illinois assistant UCLA 59.1 percent Jim Mora Jr. 2012 Seattle Seahawks** Rick Neuheisel 2008 Baltimore Ravens assistant Karl Dorrell 2003 Denver Broncos assistant Bob Toledo 1996 UCLA assistant Terry Donahue 1976 UCLA assistant Dick Vermeil 1974 Los Angeles Rams assistant Pepper Rodgers 1971 Kansas Tommy Prothro 1965 Oregon State Bill Barnes 1958 UCLA assistant Red Sanders 1949 Vanderbilt Bert LaBrucherie 1945 Los Angeles High School KENTUCKY 58.3 percent Mark Stoops 2013 Florida State assistant Joker Phillips 2010 Kentucky assistant Rich Brooks 2003 Atlanta Falcons assistant** Guy Morriss 2001 Kentucky assistant Hal Mumme 1997 Valdosta State Bill Curry 1990 Alabama Jerry Claiborne 1982 Maryland Fran Curci 1973 Miami John Ray 1969 Notre Dame assistant Charlie Bradshaw 1962 Alabama assistant Blanton Collier 1954 Cleveland Browns assistant Bear Bryant 1946 Maryland LSU 58.3 percent Les Miles 2005 Oklahoma State Nick Saban 2000 Michigan State Gerry DiNardo 1995 Vanderbilt Curley Hallman 1991 Southern Miss Mike Archer 1987 LSU assistant Bill Arnsparger 1984 Miami Dolphins assistant Jerry Stovall 1980 LSU assistant Bo Rein 1980 North Carolina State Charlie McClendon 1962 LSU assistant Paul Dietzel 1955 Army assistant Gaynell Tinsley 1948 LSU assistant Bernie Moore 1935 LSU assistant IOWASTATE 58.3 percent Paul Rhoads 2009 Auburn assistant Gene Chizik 2007 Texas assistant Dan McCarney 1995 Iowa assistant Jim Walden 1987 Washington State Jim Criner 1983 Boise State Donnie Duncan 1979 Oklahoma assistant Earle Bruce 1973 Tampa Johnny Majors 1968 Arkansas assistant Clay Stapleton 1958 Oregon State assistant Jim Myers 1957 UCLA assistant Vince DiFranceca 1954 Western Illinois Emmett Stuber 1947 Southeast Missouri State VIRGINIA 58.3 percent Mike London 2010 Richmond Al Groh 2001 New York Jets George Welsh 1982 Navy Dick Bestwick 1976 Georgia Tech assistant Sonny Randle 1974 East Carolina Don Lawrence 1971 Virginia assistant George Blackburn 1965 Virginia assistant Bill Elias 1961 George Washington Richard Voris 1958 Army assistant Ben Martin 1956 Navy assistant Ned McDonald 1953 Virginia assistant Arthur Guepe 1946 Virginia assistant BOSTON COLLEGE 57.7 percent Steve Addazio 2013 Temple Frank Spaziani 2009 Boston College assistant Jeff Jagodzinksi 2007 Green Bay Packers assistant Tom O’Brien 1997 Virginia assistant coach Dan Henning 1994 Detroit Lions assistant Tom Coughlin 1991 New York Giants assistant Jack Bicknell 1981 Maine Ed Chlebek 1978 Eastern Michigan Joe Yukica 1968 New Hampshire Jim Miller 1962 Detroit Ernie Hefferle 1960 Washington Redskins assistant Mike Holovak 1951 Boston College assistant Denny Myers 1946 Brown assistant CLEMSON 55.6 percent Dabo Swinney 2008 Clemson assistant Tommy Bowden 1999 Tulane Tommy West 1993 Chattanooga Ken Hatfield 1990 Arkansas Danny Ford 1978 Clemson assistant Charley Pell 1977 Clemson assistant Red Parker 1973 The Citadel Hootie Ingram 1970 Arkansas assistant Frank Howard 1940 Clemson assistant PURDUE 54.5 percent Darrell Hazell 2013 Kent State Danny Hope 2009 Purdue assistant Joe Tiller 1997 Wyoming Jim Colletto 1991 Ohio State assistant Fred Akers 1987 Texas Leon Burtnett 1982 Purdue assistant Jim Young 1977 Arizona Alex Agase 1973 Northwestern Bob DeMoss 1970 Purdue assistant Jack Mollenkopf 1956 Purdue assistant Stu Holcomb 1947 Army assistant SOUTHERN CAL 54.5 percent Steve Sarkisian 2014 Washington Lane Kiffin 2010 Tennessee Pete Carroll 2001 New England Patriots* Paul Hackett 1998 Kansas City Chiefs assistant John Robinson 1993 Los Angeles Rams Larry Smith 1987 Arizona Ted Tollner 1983 Southern Cal assistant John Robinson 1976 Oakland Raiders assistant John McKay 1960 Southern Cal assistant Don Clark 1957 Southern Cal assistant Jeff Cravath 1942 Southern Cal assistant NORTH CAROLINA STATE 53.8 percent Dave Doeren 2013 Northern Illinois Tom O’Brien 2007 Boston College Chuck Amato 2000 Florida State assistant Mike O’Cain 1993 North Carolina State assistant Dick Sheridan 1986 Furman Tom Reed 1983 Miami-Ohio Monte Kiffin 1980 Arkansas assistant Bo Rein 1976 Arkansas assistant Lou Holtz 1972 William & Mary Al Michaels 1971 North Carolina State assistant Earle Edwards 1954 MichiganState assistant Horace Hendrickson 1952 North Carolina State assistant Beattie Feathers 1944 Appalachian State* COLORADO 53.8 percent Mike MacIntyre 2013 San Jose State Jon Embree 2010 Washington Redskins assistant Dan Hawkins 2006 Boise State Gary Barnett 1999 Northwestern Rick Neuheisel 1995 Colorado assistant Bill McCartney 1982 Michigan assistant Chuck Fairbanks 1979 New England Patriots Bill Mallory 1974 Miami-Ohio Eddie Crowder 1963 Oklahoma assistant Bud Davis 1962 Colorado administrator Sonny Grandelius 1959 MichiganState assistant Dal Ward 1948 Minnesota assistant Jim Yeager 1941 IowaState OREGON STATE 50 percent Mike Riley 2003 New Orleans Saints assistant Dennis Erickson 1999 Seattle Seahawks Mike Riley 1997 Southern Cal assistant Jerry Pettibone 1991 Northern Illinois Dave Kragthorpe 1985 IdahoState Joe Avezzano 1980 Tennessee assistant Craig Fertig 1976 Southern Cal assistant Dee Andros 1965 Idaho Tommy Prothro 1955 UCLA assistant Kip Taylor 1949 Michigan State Lon Stiner 1933 Oregon State assistant ARIZONA 50 percent Rich Rodriguez 2012 Michigan Mike Stoops 2004 Oklahoma assistant John Mackovic 2001 Texas** Dick Tomey 1987 Hawaii Larry Smith 1980 Tulane Tony Mason 1977 Cincinnati Jim Young 1973 Michigan assistant Bob Weber 1969 Arizona assistant Darrell Mudra 1967 Montreal Alouettes Jim LaRue 1959 Houston assistant coach Ed Doherty 1957 Philadelphia Eagles assistant Warren Woodson 1952 Hardin-Simmons Robert Winslow 1949 Southern Cal assistant Miles Casteel 1939 Michigan State assistant MARYLAND 50 percent Randy Edsall 2011 Connecticut Ralph Fridgen 2001 Georgia Tech assistant Ron Vanderlinden 1997 Northwestern assistant Mark Duffner 1992 Holy Cross Joe Krivak 1987 Maryland assistant Bobby Ross 1982 Kansas City Chiefs assistant Jerry Claiborne 1972 Virginia Tech* Roy Lester 1969 Rockville Montgomery High School Bob Ward 1967 Army assistant Lou Saban 1966 Buffalo Bills Tom Nugent 1959 Florida State Tommy Mont 1956 Maryland assistant Jim Tatum 1947 Oklahoma Clark Shaughnessy 1946 Pittsburgh WISCONSIN 50 percent Gary Andersen 2013 Utah State Bret Bielema 2006 Wisconsin assistant Barry Alvarez 1990 Notre Dame assistant Don Morton 1987 Tulsa Dave McClain 1978 Ball State John Jardine 1970 UCLA assistant John Coatta 1967 Wisconsin assistant Milt Bruhn 1956 Wisconsin assistant Ivy Williamson 1949 Lafayette Harry Stuhldreher 1936 Villanova PENN STATE 50 percent James Franklin 2014 Vanderbilt Bill O’Brien 2012 New England Patriots assistant Joe Paterno 1966 Penn State assistant Rip Engle 1950 Brown FLORIDA 50 percent Will Muschamp 2011 Texas assistant Urban Meyer 2005 Utah Ron Zook 2002 New Orleans Saints assistant Steve Spurrier 1990 Duke Galen Hall 1984 Florida assistant Charley Pell 1979 Clemson Doug Dickey 1970 Tennessee Ray Graves 1960 Georgia Tech assistant Bob Woodruff 1950 Baylor Bear Wolf 1946 Navy Pre-Flight KANSAS 46.4 percent Charlie Weis 2012 Florida assistant Turner Gill 2010 Buffalo Mark Mangino 2002 Oklahoma assistant Terry Allen 1997 Missouri State Glen Mason 1988 Kent State Bob Valesente 1986 Kansas assistant Mike Gottfried 1983 Cincinnati Don Fambrough 1979 retired Bud Moore 1975 Alabama Don Fambrough 1971 Kansas assistant Pepper Rodgers 1967 UCLA assistant Jack Mitchell 1958 Arkansas Chuck Mather 1954 Massillon Washington HS Jules Sikes 1948 Georgia assistant MIAMI 45.8 percent Al Golden 2011 Temple Randy Shannon 2007 Miami assistant Larry Coker 2001 Miami assistant Butch Davis 1995 Dallas Cowboys assistant Dennis Erickson 1989 Washington State Jimmy Johnson 1984 Oklahoma State Howard Schnellenberger 1979 Miami Dolphins assistant Lou Saban 1977 Buffalo Bills Pete Elliott 1973 retired Fran Curci 1971 Tampa Charlie Tate 1964 Georgia Tech assistant Andy Gustafson 1948 Army assistant TEXAS A&M 45.8 percent Kevin Sumlin 2012 Houston Mike Sherman 2008 Houston Texans assistant Dennis Franchione 2003 Alabama R.C. Slocum 1989 Texas A&M assistant Jackie Sherrill 1982 Pittsburgh Tom Wilson 1978 Texas A&M assistant Emory Bellard 1972 Texas assistant Gene Stallings 1965 Alabama assistant Henry Foldberg 1962 Wichita State Jim Myers 1958 Iowa State Bear Bryant 1954 Kentucky Ray George 1951 Southern Cal assistant NORTH CAROLINA 45.5 percent Larry Fedora 2012 Southern Miss Butch Davis 2007 Cleveland Browns** John Bunting 2001 New Orleans Saints assistant Carl Torbush 1997 North Carolina assistant Mack Brown 1988 Tulane Dick Crum 1987 Miami-Ohio Bill Dooley 1967 Georgia assistant Jim Hickey 1959 North Carolina assistant Jim Tatum 1956 Maryland George Barclay 1953 North Carolina assistant Carl Snavely 1934 Bucknell TENNESSEE 45.4 percent Butch Jones 2013 Cincinnati Derek Dooley 2010 Louisiana Tech Lane Kiffin 2009 Oakland Raiders Phil Fulmer 1992 Tennessee assistant Johnny Majors 1977 Pittsburgh Bill Battle 1970 Tennessee assistant Doug Dickey 1964 Arkansas assistant Jim McDonald 1963 Tennessee assistant Bowden Wyatt 1955 Arkansas Harvey Robinson 1953 Tennessee assistant Robert Neyland 1926 Tennessee assistant GEORGIA TECH 45 percent Paul Johnson 2008 Navy Chan Gailey 2002 Miami Dolphins assistant George O’Leary 1994 San Diego Chargers assistant Bill Lewis 1992 East Carolina Bobby Ross 1987 Maryland Bill Curry 1980 Green Bay Packers assistant Pepper Rodgers 1974 UCLA Bull Fulcher 1972 Tampa Bud Carson 1967 Georgia Tech assistant Bobby Dodd 1945 Georgia Tech assistant MICHIGAN 45 percent Brady Hoke 2011 San Diego State Rich Rodriguez 2008 West Virginia Lloyd Carr 1995 Michigan assistant Gary Moeller 1990 Michigan assistant Bo Schembechler 1969 Miami-Ohio Bump Elliott 1959 Michigan assistant Bennie Oosterbaan 1948 Michigan assistant Fritz Crisler 1938 Princeton IOWA 44.4 percent Kirk Ferentz, 1999, Baltimore Ravens assistant Hayden Fry, 1979, North Texas Bob Commings, 1974, Massillon Washington High School Frank Lauterbur, 1971, Toledo Ray Nagel, 1966, Utah Jerry Burns, 1961, Iowa assistant Forest Evashevski, 1952, Washington State Leonard Raffensperger, 1950, Iowa assistant Eddiel Anderson, 1939, Holy Cross INDIANA 42.3 percent Kevin Wilson,2011, Oklahoma assistant Bill Lynch, 2007, Indiana assistant Terry Hoeppner, 2005, Miami-Ohio Gerry DiNardo, 2002, Birmingham Thunderbolts Cam Cameron,1997, Washington Redskins assistant Bill Mallory, 1984, Northern Illinois Sam Wyche, 1983, San Francisco 49ers assistant Lee Corso, 1973, Louisville John Pont, 1965, Yale Phil Dickens, 1958, Wyoming Bob Hicks, 1957, Wyoming assistant Bernie Crimmins, 1952, Notre Dame assistant Clyde Smith, 1948, Wisconsin-La Crosse Bo McMillin, 1934, Kansas State DUKE 41.6 percent David Cutcliffe 2008 Tennessee assistant Ted Roof 2003 Duke assistant Carl Franks 1999 Florida assistant Fred Goldsmith 1994 Rice Barry Wilson 1990 Duke assistant Steve Spurrier 1987 Tampa Bay Bandits* Steve Sloan 1983 Ole Miss Shirley Wilson 1979 Duke assistant Mike McGee 1971 East Carolina Tom Harp 1966 Cornell Bill Murray 1951 Delaware Wallace Wade 1931 Alabama WASHINGTON 40.9 percent Chris Petersen 2014 Boise State Steve Sarkisian 2009 Southern Cal assistant Tyrone Willingham 2005 Notre Dame Keith Gilbertson 2003 Washington assistant Rick Neuheisel 1999 Colorado Jim Lambright 1993 Washington assistant Don James 1975 Kent State Jim Owens 1957 Texas A&M assistant Darrell Royal 1956 Mississippi State John Cherberg 1953 Washington assistant Howard Odell 1948 Yale MICHIGAN STATE 40 percent Mark Dantonio 2007 Cincinnati John L. Smith 2003 Utah State Bobby Williams 2000 Michigan State assistant Nick Saban 1995 Cleveland Browns assistant George Perles 1982 Philadelphia Stars Muddy Waters 1980 Saginaw Valley State Darryl Rogers 1976 San Jose State Denny Stolz 1973 Michigan State assistant Duffy Daugherty 1954 Michigan State assistant Biggie Munn 1946 Syracuse SOUTH CAROLINA 40 percent Steve Spurrier 2005 Washingon Redskins* Lou Holtz 1999 Notre Dame** Brad Scott 1994 Florida State assistant Sparky Woods 1989 Appalachian State Joe Morrison 1983 New Mexico Richard Bell 1982 South Carolina assistant Jim Carlen 1975 Texas Tech Paul Dietzel 1966 Army Marvin Bass 1961 Georgia Tech assistant Warren Giese 1956 Maryland assistant ARIZONA STATE 38.5 percent Todd Graham 2012 Pittsburgh Dennis Erickson 2007 Idaho Dirk Koetter 2001 Boise State Bruce Snyder 1992 California Larry Marmie 1988 Arizona State assistant John Cooper 1985 Tulsa Darryl Rogers 1980 Michigan State Frank Kush 1958 Arizona State assistant Dan Devine 1955 Michigan State assistant Clyde Smith 1952 Indiana Larry Siemering 1951 Pacific Ed Doherty 1947 Notre Dame assistant Steve Coutchie 1946 Mesa High School NOTRE DAME 33.3 percent Brian Kelly 2010 Cincinnati Charlie Weis 2005 New England Patriots assistant Tyrone Willingham 2002 Stanford George O’Leary 2002 Georgia Tech Bob Davie 1997 Notre Dame assistant Lou Holtz 1986 Minnesota Gerry Faust 1981 Cincinnati Moeller High School Dan Devine 1975 Green Bay Packers Ara Parseghian 1964 Northwestern Joe Kuharich 1959 Washington Redskins Terry Brennan 1953 Notre Dame assistant Frank Leahy 1941 Boston College MISSOURI 33.3 percent Gary Pinkel 2001 Toledo Larry Smith 1994 Southern Cal** Bob Stull 1989 Texas-El Paso Woody Widenhofer 1985 Oklahoma Outlaws Warren Powers 1978 Nebraska assistant Al Onofrio 1971 Missouri assistant Dan Devine 1958 Arizona State Frank Broyles 1957 Georgia Tech assistant Don Faurot 1935 Truman State AUBURN 28.3 percent Gus Malzahn 2013 Arkansas State Gene Chizik 2009 Iowa State Tommy Tuberville 1999 Ole Miss Terry Bowden 1993 Samford Pat Dye 1981 Wyoming Doug Barfield 1976 Auburn assistant Shug Jordan 1951 Georgia assistant OHIO STATE 25 percent Urban Meyer 2012 Florida* Luck Fickell 2011 Ohio State assistant Jim Tressel 2001 Youngstown State John Cooper 1988 Arizona State Earle Bruce 1979 Iowa State Woody Hayes 1954 Miami-Ohio Wes Fesler 1947 Pitt Paul Bixler 1946 Ohio State assistant TEXAS 22.2% Charlie Strong 2014 Louisville Mack Brown 1998 North Carolina John Mackovic 1992 Illinois David McWilliams 1987 Texas Tech Fred Akers 1977 Wyoming Darrell Royal 1957 Washington Ed Price 1951 Texas assistant Blair Cherry 1947 Texas assistant Dana X. Bible 1937 Nebraska ALABAMA 18.2 percent Nick Saban 2007 Miami Dolphins Mike Shula 2003 Miami Dolphins assistant Mike Price 2003 Washington State Dennis Franchione 2001 TCU Mike DuBose 1997 Alabama assistant Gene Stallings 1990 Phoenix Cardinals Bill Curry 1987 Georgia Tech Ray Perkins 1983 New York Giants Bear Bryant 1958 Texas A&M J.B. Whitworth 1955 Oklahoma State Red Drew 1947 Ole Miss MINNESOTA 18.1 percent Jerry Kill, 2011, Northern Illinois Tim Brewster, 2007, Denver Broncos assistant Glen Mason,1997, Kansas Jim Wacker, 1992, TCU John Gutekunst, 1986, Minnesota assistant Lou Holtz, 1984, Arkansas Joe Salem, 1979, Northern Arizona Cal Stoll, 1972, Wake Forest Murray ‘Warmath, 1954, Mississippi State Wes Fesler, 1951, Ohio State Bernie Bierman, 1932, Tulane ARKANSAS 9.1 percent Bret Bielema 2013 Wisconsin Bobby Petrino 2008 Atlanta Falcons Houston Nutt 1998 Boise State Danny Ford 1993 Clemson** Jack Crowe 1990 Arkansas assistant Ken Hatfield 1984 Air Force Lou Holtz 1977 New York Jets Frank Broyles 1958 Missouri Jack Mitchell 1955 Wichita state Bowden Wyatt 1953 Wyoming Otis Douglas 1950 Drexel
The Oklahoman's final high school football rankings Class 6A Rank, Team, Record (Prev.) 1. Jenks, 14-0 (1) 2. Tulsa Union, 11-3 (2) 3. Broken Arrow, 10-3 (4) 4. Westmoore, 10-3 (5) 5. Lawton, 11-1 (3) 6. Midwest City, 9-3 (6) 7. Edmond North, 7-5 (7) 8. Mustang, 7-5 (8) 9. Tulsa Washington, 7-4 (9) 10. Edmond Memorial, 7-4 (10) Dropped out: None Class 5A Rank, Team, Record (Prev.) 1. Guthrie,...
The Oklahoman's final high school football rankings
By Scott Wright | Dec 23, 2013The Oklahoman's final high school football rankings Class 6A Rank, Team, Record (Prev.) 1. Jenks, 14-0 (1) 2. Tulsa Union, 11-3 (2) 3. Broken Arrow, 10-3 (4) 4. Westmoore, 10-3 (5) 5. Lawton, 11-1 (3) 6. Midwest City, 9-3 (6) 7. Edmond North, 7-5 (7) 8. Mustang, 7-5 (8) 9. Tulsa Washington, 7-4 (9) 10. Edmond Memorial, 7-4 (10) Dropped out: None Class 5A Rank, Team, Record (Prev.) 1. Guthrie, 14-0 (1) 2. McAlester, 13-1 (2) 3. Shawnee, 9-3 (5) 4. Carl Albert, 9-3 (3) 5. Lawton MacArthur, 10-3 (4) 6. Collinsville, 10-3 (6) 7. McGuinness, 7-5 (7) 8. Pryor, 8-4 (8) 9. Ardmore, 8-3 (9) 10. Del City, 7-4 (10) Dropped out: None Class 4A Rank, Team, Record (Prev.) 1. Anadarko, 14-0 (1) 2. Wagoner, 12-1 (2) 3. Poteau, 13-1 (3) 4. Douglass, 12-1 (4) 5. Woodward, 8-4 (5) 6. Catoosa, 8-4 (8) 7. Clinton, 8-4 (4) 8. Oologah, 8-4 (7) 9. Sallisaw, 8-3 (9) 10. Cascia Hall, 9-2 (10) Dropped out: None Class 3A Rank, Team, Record (Prev.) 1. Kingfisher, 15-0 (2) 2. Blanchard, 13-1 (1) 3. Seminole, 13-1 (3) 4. Plainview, 13-1 (6) 5. Locust Grove, 12-1 (7) 6. Hilldale, 10-3 (8) 7. Metro Christian, 11-1 (4) 8. Beggs, 10-3 (NR) 9. Jones, 7-5 (10) 10. Lincoln Christian, 8-5 (NR) Dropped out: Victory Christian, 11-1 (5), Checotah, 10-2 (9) Class 2A Rank, Team, Record (Prev.) 1. Davis, 15-0 (2) 2. Millwood, 14-1 (1) 3. Meeker, 12-1 (6) 4. Adair, 11-2 (7) 5. Vian, 13-1 (3) 6. Hartshorne, 11-3 (8) 7. Hennessey, 11-2 (4) 8. Commerce, 11-1 (5) 9. Nowata, 10-2 (10) 10. Christian Heritage, 8-4 (NR) Dropped out: Lindsay, 8-3 (9) Class A Rank, Team, Record (Prev.) 1. Hollis, 14-0 (2) 2. Ringling, 12-2 (1) 3. Talihina, 13-1 (7) 4. Kiefer, 11-2 (9) 5. Apache, 11-3 (NR) 6. Minco, 10-2 (4) 7. Morrison, 11-2 (8) 8. Wynnewood, 10-2 (3) 9. Thomas, 10-2 (5) 10. Cashion, 10-3 (10) Dropped out: Okeene, 10-2 (6) Class B Rank, Team, Record (Prev.) 1. Laverne, 14-0 (1) 2. Pond Creek-Hunter, 12-2 (3) 3. Rejoice Christian, 11-1 (4) 4. Alex, 12-1 (5) 5. Wetumka, 11-1 (2) 6. Fox, 10-2 (6) 7. Davenport, 9-3 (7) 8. Keota, 9-3 (8) 9. Coyle, 8-2 (9) 10. Merritt, 8-3 (10) Dropped out: None Class C Rank, Team, Record (Prev.) 1. Cherokee, 12-0 (1) 2. Tipton, 11-1 (2) 3. Shattuck, 10-2 (3) 4. Sharon-Mutual, 11-2 (5) 5. Thackerville, 10-1 (4) 6. Bluejacket, 9-2 (6) 7. Balko, 8-3 (7) 8. Arkoma, 8-4 (8) 9. Timberlake, 6-5 (9) 10. Sasakwa, 7-4 (10) Dropped out: None
When: 7 p.m., Thursday Where: Cache High School Online: www.coxhshub.com Records: Hollis 13-0 (6-0 District A-2, first); Ringling 12-1 (7-0 District A-4) How they got here: Hollis 49, Oklahoma Bible 8; Hollis 29, Empire 6; Hollis 41, Kiefer 7; Hollis 25, Apache 0 Ringling 61, Watonga 6; Ringling 21, Thomas 14; Ringling 48, Morrison 8; Ringling 26, Talihina 18 Players to watch: Hollis — Gunnar...
Guide to the Class A championship: No. 2 Hollis vs. No. 1 Ringling
Jacob Unruh | Dec 19, 2013When: 7 p.m., Thursday Where: Cache High School Online: www.coxhshub.com Records: Hollis 13-0 (6-0 District A-2, first); Ringling 12-1 (7-0 District A-4) How they got here: Hollis 49, Oklahoma Bible 8; Hollis 29, Empire 6; Hollis 41, Kiefer 7; Hollis 25, Apache 0 Ringling 61, Watonga 6; Ringling 21, Thomas 14; Ringling 48, Morrison 8; Ringling 26, Talihina 18 Players to watch: Hollis — Gunnar Ewing, QB. Voted as the Fans’ Choice Football Player of the Week, Ewing was great last week against Apache, scoring twice and coming up with an interception in the first half. Ringling — Taner Richardson, QB. Richardson rushed for two touchdowns and 95 yards, while also throwing for 89 yards during the Blue Devils’ win against Talihina last week. Storylines: Hollis — The Tigers’ defense has been stellar, especially in the playoffs when its allowed just 5.25 points per game. It’ll need to be that solid against the powerful rushing attack Ringling features. Ringling — It’s been a tough few weeks for the Blue Devils with the OSSAA investigation that nearly rocked the playoffs. How they respond Thursday will go a long way. The general feeling is they will rally around ineligible senior Ryan Lester. The pick: Ringling 27, Hollis 21
McAlester quarterback Dalton Wood accounted for five touchdowns Friday night, and the Buffaloes beat Lawton MacArthur 56-20 in the Class 5A football semifinals at Bill Jensen Field in Choctaw.
High school football roundup: Dalton Wood sparks McAlester win over Lawton MacArthur
FROM STAFF REPORTS | Nov 30, 2013CLASS 5A WOOD SPARKS McALESTER WIN McAlester quarterback Dalton Wood accounted for five touchdowns Friday night, and the Buffaloes beat Lawton MacArthur 56-20 in the Class 5A football semifinals at Bill Jensen Field in Choctaw. McAlester (12-1) will play Guthrie (13-0) next Friday for the state championship at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater. Guthrie advanced to the title game by whipping Collinsville 45-13 in the other semi at Sapulpa. Wood was just 4 of 17 for 126 yards passing, but two completions went for touchdowns. A 54-yard TD pass to Cade Harkins and 35-yard scoring throw to Mason Bumphus, both in the first quarter, helped McAlester take a 14-6 lead. Wood added 101 yards on 19 carries, including TD runs of 3, 4 and 13 yards. Jarome Smith ran for 135 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries for McAlester. Lawton MacArthur finished 10-3. CLASS 3A KINGFISHER DRUBS BEGGS Landon Nault scored three touchdowns Friday night, leading Kingfisher to a 46-8 third-round playoff victory at Beggs. Nault scored from 4, 11 and 1 yards to help the unbeaten Yellowjackets take a 25-0 lead by halftime. Kingfisher (13-0) added 21 points in the third quarter, two TDs coming on 8- and 23-yard runs by Nick Smith. Nault finished with 104 yards on 17 carries. Smith added 101 yards on 11 carries. Kingfisher is in the semifinals for the eighth time in 10 years under coach Jeff Myers. Beggs, which had five turnovers, finished the season 10-3. CLASS A RICHARDSON LEADS RINGLING TO WIN Ringling quarterback Taner Richardson passed for 261 yards and four touchdowns during the Blue Devils' 48-8 rout of Morrison. The third-round victory was in hand by halftime; the Blue Devils led 34-0 behind Richardson's 80-, 29- and 99-yard touchdown passes to Ryan Lester. Richardson added a 1-yard TD run and 34-yard scoring pass to Dakota Stapleton before the break. Ringling improved to 11-1. Morrison finished 11-2. APACHE ELIMINATES AFTON Tyler Freeman ran for two touchdowns and passed for another to help Apache hammer visiting Afton 48-7 in a third-round game. Freeman had 1- and 17-yard touchdown runs in the first half, and then he added a 42-yard TD pass to Jordan Littrell in the second half. Apache's defense was tough. It held Afton to 139 total yards and intercepted three passes. Both teams finished the game with 11-2 records.
Nov 28, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright makes his picks for the week's semifinal and quarterfinal games, including Tulsa Union-Broken Arrow, Jenks-Westmoore and Guthrie-Collinsville.
Oklahoma high school football: Week 3 playoff picks
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Nov 28, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 35-9 (79.5 pct) Overall record: 1,522-357 (81.0 pct.) SEMIFINALS Class 6A Tulsa Union 42, Broken Arrow 38 Jenks 24, Westmoore 17 Class 5A McAlester 45, Lawton MacArthur 28 Guthrie 35, Collinsville 20 Class 4A Anadarko 28, Wagoner 24 Douglass 26, Poteau 21 Class B Laverne 56, Rejoice Christian 28 Pond Creek-Hunter 44, Alex 34 Class C Cherokee 38, Shattuck 34 Tipton 42, Sharon-Mutual 28 QUARTERFINALS Class 3A Blanchard 35, LINCOLN CHR. 20 PLAINVIEW 21, Locust Grove 20 Seminole 42, HILLDALE 26 Kingfisher 35, BEGGS 14 Class 2A HENNESSEY 28, Vian 22 DAVIS 35, Adair 20 Millwood 48, MEEKER 18 OKLAHOMA CHR. 28, Hartshorne 24 Class A CASHION 28, Talihina 27 RINGLING 22, Morrison 14 Hollis 32, KIEFER 28 APACHE 26, Afton 22
Nov 24, 2013
Matchup between unbeaten 4A powers Anadarko and Wagoner is the No. 1 game of the week
High school football: Top 10 games of Week 3 of the playoffs
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org | Nov 24, 2013While Classes A-3A are still in the quarterfinals this week, everyone else has moved on to the semifinals, and the cream is rising to the top. Of the 44 teams remaining, only six unranked teams are still alive. And 18 of the 22 matchups this week involve two top-10 squads. Here are the top games of Week 3 of the playoffs: 1. Class 4A No. 1 Anadarko (12-0) vs. No. 2 Wagoner (12-0), 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Stillwater High 2. Class 6A No. 5 Westmoore (10-2) vs. No. 1 Jenks (12-0) at Yukon 3. Class 6A No. 2 Tulsa Union (10-2) vs. No. 4 Broken Arrow (10-2) at Owasso 4. Class 5A No. 2 McAlester (11-1) vs. No. 4 Lawton MacArthur (10-2) at Choctaw 5. Class 3A No. 7 Locust Grove (12-0) at No. 6 Plainview (12-0) 6. Class 2A No. 1 Millwood (12-0) at No. 6 Meeker (12-0) 7. Class 4A No. 3 Douglass (11-1) vs. No. 6 Poteau (11-1) at McAlester 8. Class C No. 1 Cherokee (10-0) vs. No. 3 Shattuck (10-1), 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Weatherford 9. Class 2A No. 3 Vian (12-0) at No. 5 Hennessey (11-1) 10. Class A No. 8 Morrison (11-1) at No. 1 Ringling (10-1) Note: All games are 7:30 p.m. Friday unless otherwise noted.
With the freezing weather and dangerous road conditions already moving in Friday, several teams have decided to postpone their high school playoff games.
List of postponements and time changes for Friday night football games
Scott Wright | Nov 22, 2013With the freezing weather and dangerous road conditions already moving in Friday, several teams have decided to postpone their high school playoff games. As of 4:45 p.m., here is an updated list of games that have been postponed until Saturday: *Westmoore at Lawton, noon *Edmond North at Tulsa Union, noon *Shawnee at Guthrie, 12:30 p.m. *Midwest City at Jenks, 1 p.m. *Oklahoma Christian at Lindsay, 1 p.m. *Washington at Hennessey, 1 p.m. *Empire at Hollis, 1 p.m. *Christian Heritage at Davis, 1:30 p.m. *Elmore City at Morrison, 1:30 p.m. *Oologah at Douglass, 2 p.m. *Hobart at Millwood, 2 p.m. *Tuttle at Plainview, 2 p.m. *Cashion at Okeene, 2 p.m. *Balko at Cherokee, 2 p.m. *Nowata at Meeker, 2 p.m. *Apache at Minco, 3 p.m. *Thomas at Ringling, 4 p.m. *Pryor at Lawton MacArthur, 5:30 p.m. *Davenport at Alex, 7:30 p.m. *Beggs at Checotah, 7:30 p.m. Check back on NewsOK.com/Varsity throughout the day Friday for updates to this and other games impacted by weather. – Scott Wright, email@example.com Twitter: @ScottWrightOK
Many school officials elected not to risk driving on the icy roads, citing the possibility of the roads being worse following the game and the improve forecast for Saturday.
High school football: 20 football playoff games rescheduled for Saturday
BY JACOB UNRUH, Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org | Nov 22, 2013With weather conditions deteriorating throughout Friday, many high school football playoff games across the state were pushed back to Saturday. Of the 43 games scheduled across the state Friday, 20 were rescheduled for Saturday. Many school officials elected not to risk driving on the icy roads, citing the possibility of the roads being worse following the game and the improved forecast for Saturday. Included in the postponements were three of the four Class 6A quarterfinal games. Westmoore and Lawton will now kick off at noon, the same time Edmond North and Tulsa Union will also start. The matchup between Midwest City and Jenks is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. In Class 5A, Shawnee at Guthrie was pushed back to 12:30 p.m., and Pryor-Lawton MacArthur was pushed back to 5:30 from its original kickoff of 4 p.m. due to sharing a field with Lawton. Here is a complete list of the changes: Class 6A Edmond North at Tulsa Union, noon Westmoore at Lawton, noon Midwest City at Jenks, 1 p.m. Class 5A Shawnee at Guthrie, 12:30 p.m. Pryor at Lawton MacArthur, 5:30 p.m. Class 4A Oologah at Douglass, 2 p.m. Class 3A Berryhill at Locust Grove, noon Tuttle at Plainview, 2 p.m. Beggs at Checotah, 7:30 p.m. Class 2A Oklahoma Christian at Lindsay, 1 p.m. Washington at Hennessey, 1 p.m. Christian Heritage at Davis, 1:30 p.m. Hobart at Millwood, 2 p.m. Nowata at Meeker, 2 p.m. Class A Empire at Hollis, 1 p.m. Elmore City at Morrison, 1:30 p.m. Cashion at Okeene, 2 p.m. Apache at Minco, 3 p.m. Thomas at Ringling, 4 p.m. Class B Davenport at Alex, 7:30 p.m. Class C Balko at Cherokee, 2 p.m.
Nov 21, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright makes his picks for Round 2 of the Oklahoma high school football playoffs, including Broken Arrow-Mustang, Jenks-Midwest City and Lawton-Westmoore.
High school football playoffs: Week 2 picks
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Nov 21, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 75-13 (85.2 pct.) Overall record: 1,487-348 (81.0 pct.) Friday's Games Class 6A TULSA UNION 35, Edmond North 13 Broken Arrow 24, MUSTANG 21 JENKS 30, Midwest City 16 LAWTON 28, Westmoore 24 Class 5A Carl Albert 34, McALESTER 30 GUTHRIE 21, Shawnee 20 McGuinness 27, COLLINSVILLE 24 Class 4A ANADARKO 28, Catoosa 13 Woodward 26, WAGONER 20 DOUGLASS 21, Oologah 7 POTEAU 20, Clinton 16 Class 3A BLANCHARD 20, Newcastle 13 VICTORY CHR. 38, Lincoln Christian 20 PLAINVIEW 22, Tuttle 19 LOCUST GROVE 31, Berryhill 22 METRO CHR. 35, Hilldale 20 SEMINOLE 42, Heritage Hall 27 Beggs 21, CHECOTAH 20 KINGFISHER 34, Jones 14 Class 2A HENNESSEY 21, Washington 14 VIAN 28, Salina 12 DAVIS 35, Chr. Heritage 14 ADAIR 20, Okemah 18 MEEKER 30, Nowata 21 MILLWOOD 42, Hobart 14 COMMERCE 26, Hartshorne 17 Oklahoma Christian 24, LINDSAY 21 Class A Cashion 28, OKEENE 22 TALIHINA 36, Hominy 12 RINGLING 18, Thomas 14 MORRISON 27, Elmore City 16 WYNNEWOOD 32, Kiefer 24 HOLLIS 35, Empire 7 AFTON 28, Savanna 21 MINCO 34, Apache 20 Class B LAVERNE 38, Keota 22 REJOICE CHR. 28, Fox 24 ALEX 44, Davenport 22 Pond Creek-Hunter 38, WETUMKA 34 Class C SHATTUCK 46, Arkoma 20 CHEROKEE 54, Balko 6 TIPTON 48, Bluejacket 28 Sharon-Mutual 36, THACKERVILLE 22 Saturday's Game Class 5A LAWTON MACARTHUR 34, Pryor 24
Nov 16, 2013
Note: All games are Friday, 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
Oklahoma high school football: Round 2 playoff pairings
Nov 16, 2013Note: All games are Friday, 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Class 6A Edmond North (7-4) at Tulsa Union (9-2), 7 p.m. Broken Arrow (9-2) at Mustang (7-4), 7 p.m. Midwest City (9-2) at Jenks (11-0) Westmoore (9-2) at Lawton (11-0), 7 p.m. Class 5A Pryor (8-3) at Lawton MacArthur (9-2), Saturday, 4 p.m. Carl Albert (9-2) at McAlester (10-1), 7 p.m. Shawnee (9-2) at Guthrie (11-0), 7 p.m. McGuinness (7-4) at Collinsville (9-2), 7 p.m. Class 4A Catoosa (8-3) at Anadarko (11-0) Woodward (8-3) at Wagoner (11-0) Oologah (8-3) at Douglass (10-1) Clinton (8-3) at Poteau (10-1) Class 3A Newcastle (8-3) at Blanchard (10-0) Lincoln Christian (7-4) at Victory Christian (11-0) Tuttle (8-3) at Plainview (11-0) Berryhill (9-2) at Locust Grove (11-0) Hilldale (9-2) at Metro Christian (11-0) Heritage Hall (6-4) at Seminole (11-0) Beggs (9-2) at Checotah (10-1) Jones (7-4) at Kingfisher (11-0) Class 2A Washington (8-2) at Hennessey (10-1) Salina (9-2) at Vian (11-0) Chr. Heritage (8-3) at Davis (11-0) Okemah (9-2) at Adair (10-1) Nowata (10-1) at Meeker (11-0) Hobart (7-3) at Millwood (11-0), 6 p.m. Hartshorne (9-2) at Commerce (11-0) Oklahoma Christian (8-3) at Lindsay (8-2) Class A Cashion (9-2) at Okeene (10-1) Hominy (6-5) at Talihina (11-0) Thomas (10-1) at Ringling (9-1) Elmore City (7-4) at Morrison (11-1) Kiefer (10-1) at Wynnewood (10-1) Empire (9-2) at Hollis (10-0) Savanna (9-2) at Afton (10-1) Apache (9-2) at Minco (10-1) Class B Keota (9-2) at Laverne (11-0) Fox (10-1) at Rejoice Christian (10-0) Davenport (9-2) at Alex (11-0) Pond Creek-Hunter (10-1) at Wetumka (11-0) Class C Arkoma (8-3) at Shattuck (9-1) Balko (8-2) at Cherokee (9-0) Bluejacket (9-1) at Tipton (9-0) Sharon-Mutual (10-1) at Thackerville (10-0)
Nov 13, 2013
Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 138-29 (82.6 pct.) Overall record: 1,412-335 (80.8 pct.
High school football playoffs: First-round picks
By Scott Wright | Nov 13, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 138-29 (82.6 pct.) Overall record: 1,412-335 (80.8 pct.) Thursday's Game Class 6A LAWTON 35, Yukon 17 Friday's Games Class 6A TULSA UNION 49, Sapulpa 7 EDMOND MEMORIAL 20, Edmond North 17 NORMAN NORTH 42, Mustang 35 BROKEN ARROW 31, Tulsa Washington 21 JENKS 45, Owasso 7 MIDWEST CITY 16, Edmond Santa Fe 13 Westmoore 34, SAND SPRINGS 17 Class 5A LAWTON MAC 28, Deer Creek 14 PRYOR 28, Skiatook 27 McALESTER 44, Tulsa East Central 20 CARL ALBERT 21, Del City 14 GUTHRIE 49, Chickasha 13 SHAWNEE 33, Claremore 18 COLLINSVILLE 28, Tulsa Kelley 14 ARDMORE 24, McGuinness 20 Class 4A ANADARKO 35, McLoud 17 CASCIA HALL 28, Catoosa 21 WAGONER 40, Fort Gibson 14 Woodward 20, ADA 18 DOUGLASS 34, Elgin 12 Sallisaw 28, OOLOGAH 24 POTEAU 27, Cleveland 16 CLINTON 26, Harrah 23 Class 3A BLANCHARD 33, Perkins 18 NEWCASTLE 28, Sulphur 6 VICTORY CHRISTIAN 42, Dewey 14 STIGLER 17, Lincoln Christian 14 PLAINVIEW 49, Centennial 22 Tuttle 27, BETHANY 24 LOCUST GROVE 42, Roland 12 BERRYHILL 34, Inola 20 METRO CHR. 45, Okmulgee 6 HILLDALE 27, Spiro 20 SEMINOLE 49, Marlow 22 Heritage Hall 28, LONE GROVE 21 CHECOTAH 21, Jay 20 BEGGS 31, Seq. Claremore 18 KINGFISHER 35, Purcell 7 Cushing 21, JONES 14 Class 2A HENNESSEY 35, Crooked Oak 24 WASHINGTON 21, Lexington 14 VIAN 42, Haskell 16 SALINA 34, Pawhuska 14 DAVIS 38, Frederick 18 CHR. HERITAGE 28, Alva 24 ADAIR 35, Kansas 13 OKEMAH 32, Panama 14 MEEKER 37, Hugo 22 NOWATA 28, Colcord 21 MILLWOOD 49, Tonkawa 14 Hobart 27, KINGSTON 22 COMMERCE 35, Chelsea 20 HARTSHORNE 21, Stroud 14 LINDSAY 33, Marietta 17 CHISHOLM 30, Oklahoma Christian 28 Class A OKEENE 39, Cordell 12 CASHION 35, Rush Springs 7 TALIHINA 44, Stratford 10 SUMMIT CHR. 21, Hominy 14 RINGLING 34, Watonga 8 THOMAS 21, Texhoma 14 MORRISON 44, Fairland 6 ELMORE CITY 33, Central Sallisaw 18 WYNNEWOOD 42, Quinton 6 KIEFER 38, Warner 7 HOLLIS 35, Oklahoma Bible 7 Crescent 22, EMPIRE 7 AFTON 28, Barnsdall 24 Wewoka 34, SAVANNA 30 MINCO 36, Velma-Alma 24 Apache 28, FAIRVIEW 26 Class B LAVERNE 54, Allen 8 KEOTA 48, Woodland 16 REJOICE CHR. 38, Dewar 22 FOX 32, Merritt 28 ALEX 46, Ringwood 20 COYLE 48, Davenport 34 WETUMKA 46, Oaks 12 PC-HUNTER 42, Central Marlow 6 Class C SHATTUCK 58, Grandfield 8 Timberlake 36, ARKOMA 34 CHEROKEE 46, SW Covenant 0 Balko 42, CORN BIBLE 20 TIPTON 52, Waynoka 6 BLUEJACKET 44, Sasakwa 18 THACKERVILLE 54, DC-Lamont 22 SHARON-MUTUAL 50, Mt. View-Gotebo 12
Nov 10, 2013
The Oklahoman's writers take a closer look at the playoff bracket for each class.
Oklahoma high school football playoffs: Breaking down the brackets
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, JACOB UNRUH AND TRENT SHADID | Nov 10, 2013Class 6A Darkhorse: Lawton Yes, Jenks is the overwhelming 6A favorite, and yes, it looks like another east-dominated bracket. But if anyone has a chance to spoil the show, it's Lawton with its big lines and highlight-reel running back Michael Warren. Best first-round matchup: Edmond Santa Fe at Midwest City Only slightly better than the Edlam first-rounder between North and Memorial. But the matchup of Midwest City's defense that has allowed only 12.6 points per game against the Santa Fe offense that is looking for its rhythm without Justice Hansen is deep with storylines. Potential second-round showdown: Norman North-Broken Arrow While both Norman North and Broken Arrow have tough first-round tests, a quarterfinal rematch of those two teams in the second straight postseason would come with some fireworks. Road warrior: Westmoore Losses to Jenks and Broken Arrow landed Westmoore on the road at Sand Springs in the first round. Considering how well Westmoore has played, even in defeat, this season, the Jags should still be the favorite in their first-round matchup. Class 5A The favorite: Guthrie The Bluejays have been dominant, outscoring their opponents 45-8 all season. They also have a favorable side of the bracket leading to Stillwater. Toughest road: Carl Albert Defending champion opens with No. 8 Del City, then could travel to No. 2 McAlester in a blockbuster second-round game. The semifinals could be against No. 4 Lawton MacArthur or No. 10 Pryor, too, raising concerns about a possible repeat. Dark horse: Lawton MacArthur Lawton MacArthur has been flying under the radar, averaging 39 points per game while showing improvement on defense the past three games. The Highlanders' biggest challenge en route to Stillwater could be in the semifinals. Player to watch: Kai Callins, Guthrie Often the best player on the field, Callins has been electric this season. He's rushed for 1,257 yards and 24 touchdowns, while also catching one and throwing one. Class 4A The favorite: Anadarko Running back R.J. Sink and the Warriors have managed to come out of arguably the class' toughest district with an unbeaten record, looking for their third straight trip to the finals. Dark horse: Woodward Friday night's close loss at Clinton sends the Boomers on the road to Ada to start the playoffs, but with one of 4A's best defenses, they have the capability to pile up some wins. Player to watch: Douglass senior Deondre Clark One of the state's top recruits as a defensive end, the 6-foot-3, 240-pound Clark is committed to LSU. But his battering runs from the tailback position make him even more fun to watch. Potential second-round showdown: Ada/Woodward vs. Wagoner No matter who advances between Ada and Woodward, they'll be in line for a huge second-round matchup against Wagoner and running back Lawrence Evitt. Class 3A The favorite: Blanchard The defending champions have been No. 1 all season, but a repeat won't be easy with six other unbeaten teams in the 3A postseason. Player to watch: Blanchard running back Braden Stringer Stinger rushed for over 2,000 yards despite the Lions playing just nine regular-season games. In a class full of good running backs, Stringer stands out. Best first-round matchup: Cushing at Jones After ending the season with consecutive district losses, Cushing goes on the road to play a Jones team getting hot at the right time. Road warrior: Tuttle Bethany earned a home playoff game with an upset over Cushing, but the Bronchos will likely be playing the underdog role again against Tuttle in the first round. Class 2A The favorite: Millwood The top-ranked Falcons have been considered the team to beat all season. With athletes like Alfonzo McMillian and Larry Lambeth around quarterback Cameron Batson, few teams can match that talent and athleticism. Team to watch: Meeker The Bulldogs have favorable matchups until possibly the quarterfinals, when they could meet Millwood, where an upset is certainly a possibility and would clear a path to Stillwater. Road warrior: OCS Oklahoma Christian School opens in Chisholm on Friday after winning two straight games to end the regular season. The Saints are led by junior Luke Frankfurt, who has scored six touchdowns during that span. Player to watch: Blake Summers, Davis The dual-threat quarterback missed a few games with an injury, but returned last week just in time for the playoffs with a dominant performance against Tishomingo. Class A The favorite: Ringling The Blue Devils haven't allowed more than seven points since their season-opening 34-28 loss to Davis. But challengers like Thomas, Morrison, Okeene or Cashion could change that. Team to watch: Hollis The Tigers passed every test this season with relative ease, routing both Thomas and Apache. Possible quarterfinal matchups with either Wynnewood or Kiefer and a semifinal matchup possibility with Minco or Apache loom. Toughest road: Okeene A No. 1 seed, the Whippets face a possible rematch with Cashion in the second round before possibly facing undefeated Talihina in the quarterfinals and then defending champion Ringling in the semifinals. Player to watch: Jacob Overton, Minco The do-it-all senior has rushed for 24 touchdowns, while throwing one and catching one. He's a versatile weapon for the Bulldogs in a favorable side of the bracket. Class B The favorite: Laverne Top-ranked Laverne is riding a 24-game winning streak. No opponent has come with 20 points of the Tigers this season. Team to watch: Rejoice Christian Eagles have scored at least 45 points in every game this season with seven shutouts. Toughest road: Wetumka If No. 2 Wetumka can win a potential second-round matchup with Pond Creek-Hunter (9-1), they'd likely have undefeated Alex in the semifinals. Potential second-round showdown: Fox at Rejoice Christian Fox dual-threat quarterback Taylor Townsend would present a challenging matchup for a stout Rejoice Christian defense. Class C The favorite: Cherokee The Chiefs overtook the No. 1 spot in The Oklahoman's rankings a few weeks ago and have outscored their eight opponents 387-0. Yes, zero. Dark horse: Shattuck Knocked off previously third-ranked Sharon-Mutual for the district title as the Indians continued their climb toward the top. Could it end with another state title? Toughest road: Sharon-Mutual A Week 10 upset loss to Shattuck has them opening against Mountain View-Gotebo for the opener. With a win, the Trojans would get either Thackerville or Deer Creek-Lamont in the second round, and most likely, defending champ Tipton in the semifinals. Road warrior: Timberlake The 6-4 record is more a reflection of the challenging schedule the Tigers played. A first-round win at Arkoma is a definite possibility.
Nov 9, 2013
A look at all the first-round playoff matchups.
Oklahoma high school football first-round playoff pairings
Nov 9, 2013Class 6A Sapulpa at Tulsa Union Edmond North at Edmond Memorial Mustang at Norman North Tulsa Washington at Broken Arrow Owasso at Jenks Edmond Santa Fe at Midwest City Yukon at Lawton, Thursday 7 p.m. Westmoore at Sand Springs Class 5A Deer Creek at Lawton MacArthur Skiatook at Pryor Tulsa East Central at McAlester Del City at Carl Albert Chickasha at Guthrie Claremore at Shawnee Tulsa Kelley at Collinsville McGuinness at Ardmore Class 4A McLoud at Anadarko Catoosa at Cascia Hall Fort Gibson at Wagoner Woodward at Ada Elgin at Douglass Sallisaw at Oologah Cleveland at Poteau Harrah at Clinton Class 3A Perkins at Blanchard Sulphur at Newcastle Dewey at Victory Christian Lincoln Christian at Stigler Centennial at Plainview Tuttle at Bethany Roland at Locust Grove Inola at Berryhill Okmulgee at Metro Christian Spiro at Hilldale Marlow at Seminole Heritage Hall at Lone Grove Jay at Checotah Seq. Claremore at Beggs Purcell at Kingfisher Cushing at Jones Class 2A Crooked Oak at Hennessey Lexington at Washington Haskell at Vian Pawhuska at Salina Frederick at Davis Alva at Chr. Heritage Kansas at Adair Panama at Okemah Hugo at Meeker Colcord at Nowata Tonkawa at Millwood Hobart at Kingston Chelsea at Commerce Stroud at Hartshorne Marietta at Lindsay Oklahoma Christian at Chisholm Class A} Cordell at Okeene Rush Springs at Cashion Stratford at Talihina Hominy at Summit Christian Watonga at Ringling Texhoma at Thomas Fairland at Morrison Central Sallisaw at Elmore City Quinton at Wynnewood Warner at Kiefer Oklahoma Bible at Hollis Crescent at Empire Barnsdall at Afton Wewoka at Savanna Velma-Alma at Minco Apache at Fairview Class B Allen at Laverne Woodland at Keota Dewar at Rejoice Christian Merritt at Fox Ringwood at Alex Davenport at Coyle Oaks at Wetumka Central Marlow at Pond Creek-Hunter Class C Grandfield at Shattuck Timberlake at Arkoma SW Covenant at Cherokee Balko at Corn Bible Waynoka at Tipton Sasakwa at Bluejacket DC-Lamont at Thackerville Mt. View-Gotebo at Sharon-Mutual Note: All games are Friday, 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
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
Nov 3, 2013
Class 6A heavyweights Broken Arrow and Westmoore will play for a home berth in the playoffs.
High schools: Final week of regular season features big games
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer, email@example.com | Nov 3, 2013The final week of the high school football regular season has arrived, and there are still several district titles and playoff positions to be earned. Here's a look at Week 10's top 10 games that have a lot on the line: 1. Class 6A Broken Arrow (7-2) at Westmoore (8-1) A top-five showdown with a home playoff berth to the winner. That's a big prize for Westmoore, which would have to go to the Tulsa area for a first-round game should the Jags lose Friday. 2. Class 3A Berryhill (8-1) at Metro Christian (9-0) Berryhill has come on strong lately to jump into the top 10, while Metro has been one of several strong teams at the top of the class from the start. Both undefeated in district play, the 3A-5 title goes to the winner. 3. Class 3A Tuttle (7-2) at Blanchard (9-0) Blanchard lost this game last year, then turned around and went on to win it all in Class 3A. Tuttle must win by at least eight points to claim the district title. 4. Class 4A Douglass (8-1) at Ada (7-2) What would have been a top-five throwdown lost some luster with McLoud's upset of Ada last week, but the Cougars can still win the district by knocking off Douglass. 5. Class B Pond Creek-Hunter (9-0) at Laverne (9-0) This pair of unbeaten, top-three teams will play for a district title this week. Could they meet again for a state title next month? 6. Class 5A Lawton MacArthur (7-2) at Ardmore (8-1) Ardmore can seal up the District 5A-1 title with a win, while Lawton Mac must win by five points or more to claim the crown. 7. Class 4A Clinton (6-3) at Woodward (7-2) Barring an Elgin upset of Anadarko, these two top-10 teams will face off for a home playoff berth. Woodward's defense has been its strength, and Clinton's offense is getting healthy. 8. Class A Kiefer (9-0) at Morrison (8-1) Kiefer is one of just four unbeaten teams remaining in Class A. Can they finish it out in this top-10 battle? Winner gets the district title. 9. Class 3A Lone Grove (8-1) at Plainview (9-0) Only one team (Tuttle) has played Plainview closer than three touchdowns, and no one has scored more than 14 on the Indians. But Lone Grove has remained undefeated in District 3A-4 and can spoil Plainview's perfect season to steal the title. 10. Class 3A Washington (7-1) at Lindsay (6-2) Washington crept into the top 10 early in the season and both of these teams have quietly put together solid seasons. Now, the District 2A-3 title is on the line.
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
Here are the players from Oklahoma high schools currently on rosters at NCAA Division I FBS programs.
Oklahomans in Division I college football
COMPILED BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Oct 20, 2013Here are the players from Oklahoma high schools currently on rosters at NCAA Division I FBS programs: Football Bowl Subdivision Hunter Atyia, Air Force (Tulsa Union)* Dante Barnett, Kansas State (Tulsa Washington) Matt Bayliss, UT-San Antonio (Holland Hall) Austin Beck, Arkansas (Nowata) Eric Bennett, Arkansas (Tulsa Washington) Isaac Bennett, Pittsburgh (Tulsa Washington) Beau Blankenship, Ohio (Norman North) Kentrell Brothers, Missouri (Guthrie) Brayle Brown, Louisiana-Monroe (Shawnee) Cayman Bundage, Arizona (Douglass) Daniel Burton, Iowa State (Putnam City North) Jeremy Burton, Louisiana-Monroe (Muskogee) James Caligone, Alabama-Birmingham (Tulsa Washington) Brandon Carletti-Silva, Army (Duncan) Kimmie Carson, New Mexico (Tulsa East Central) Demarco Cobbs, Texas (Tulsa Central) Jared Collins, Arkansas (Tulsa Washington) Will Conant, Air Force (Edmond Memorial) Tuswani Copeland, Baylor (Lawton MacArthur) Levi Copelin, Missouri (Broken Arrow) Chase Dahlquist, UT-San Antonio (Tulsa Union) Dakota Diessner, Air Force (Durant)* Jackson Dillon, Memphis (Ringling) Michael Doctor, Oregon State (Tulsa Washington) Donte' Foster, Ohio (Guthrie) Carlos Freeman, Washington State (Midwest City) Antonio Gillespie, Troy (Jenks) Bob Graham, Iowa State (Jenks) Khari Harding, Auburn (Edmond Santa Fe) Kahlil Harper, Army (Tulsa Union)* Rowdy Harper, Houston (Broken Arrow) Keon Hatcher, Arkansas (Owasso) Christopher High, Navy (Douglass)* Gavin Howard, Kansas (Owasso) Ry Huff, Air Force (Edmond Memorial) Terry Jackson, Colorado State (Owasso) Jabral Johnson, Oregon State (Lawton) Zach Johnson, Houston (Norman) Blake Jones, Colorado State (Tulsa Union) Orion Jones, Toledo (Jenks) George Kittle, Iowa (Norman) Brad Kragthorpe, LSU (Holland Hall) Jarrett Lake, Arkansas (Jenks) Tyler Lockett, Kansas State (Tulsa Washington) David Lore, Air Force (Jenks) Jake Love, Kansas (Tonkawa) Tajh Lowe, Alabama-Birmingham (Tulsa Washington) Adrian McDonald, Houston (Lawton Eisenhower) Andre McDonald, Kansas State (Choctaw) Colby Mitchell, Louisiana-Monroe (Bartlesville) Cre Moore, Kansas State (Broken Arrow) Connor Morrison, Vanderbilit (Casady) Mason Myers, Colorado State (Southmoore) Jamelle Naff, TCU (Del City) David Oku, Arkansas State (Carl Albert) Kale Pearson, Air Force (Tulsa Union) Turner Petersen, Rice (Heritage Hall) Davion Pierson, TCU (Millwood) Randy Ponder, Missouri (Edmond Santa Fe) Tre Porter, Texas Tech (Carl Albert) Sonny Puletasi, Wyoming (Lawton) Ben Risenhoover, Louisiana-Monroe (Jenks) Zack Robinson, Oregon State (Sequoyah-Tahlequah) George Rogers, Georgia State (Stillwater) Barry J. Sanders, Stanford (Heritage Hall) Cameron Sanders, Utah State (Millwood) Brayden Scott, Memphis (Sequoyah-Tahlequah) P.J. Scott, Ball State (Morris) Dylan Seibert, Houston (Tulsa Washington) Christian Smith, Toledo (Carl Albert) Xavier Smith, Missouri (Edmond North) Preston Soper, Missouri (Muskogee) Trent Spurgeon, Arizona (Owasso) Ray Stovall, Louisiana-Monroe (Tulsa Washington) Phillip Sumpter, Memphis (Edmond Santa Fe) Brandon Swindall, Utah State (Millwood) Keenan Taylor, Kansas State (Tulsa Washington) Tyler Tettleton, Ohio (Norman North) Robert Thomas, Arkansas (Muskogee) Micah Thompson, North Texas (Jones) Tramaine Thompson, Kansas State (Jenks) Zach Trujillo, Kansas State (Deer Creek) Josh Turner, Texas (Millwood) Jacques Washington, Iowa State (Owasso) Brad Wilcox, BYU (Edmond North) Anthony Wilkinson, Army (Lincoln Christian)* Diquon Woodhouse, Navy (Altus)* Tyrequek Zimmerman, Oregon State (Lawton) Football Championship Subdivision Ryan Alger, South Dakota (Broken Arrow) William Armstead, South Dakota (Broken Arrow) Ryan Boatright, Missouri State (Jenks) Cam Bohnert, Drake (Edmond North) Josh Booker, Weber State (Putnam City North) K.J. Booze, Dartmouth (Spiro) Nick Canavan, Missouri State (Norman North) Jared Chance, Drake (Mustang) Caleb Cline, Nicholls State (Norman North) Stephen Cochran, Drake (Bartlesville) Calan Crowder, Missouri State (Bartlesville) Daniel Davis, Penn (Norman North) Brandon DeWitt, Sam Houston St. (Lawton) Robbie Diamond, Weber State (Putnam City) Joe Dowdell, Dartmouth (Tulsa Kelley) Timothy Flanders, Sam Houston St. (Midwest City) Marquice Fletcher, South Dakota (Tulsa Union) Tevin Foster, South Dakota (Lawton) Cohle Fowler, Dartmouth (Verdigris) Darius Graham, Northern Colorado (Lawton MacArthur) Terry Harris, Morgan State (Douglass) Sam Hedman, Drake (Holland Hall) Nick Jeffreys, The Citadel (McGuinness) Austin Katigan, Dartmouth (Casady) Lance Kloker, Central Arkansas (Owasso) Khalid Kornegay, South Dakota (Tulsa Union) Alex Land, Weber State (Edmond Santa Fe) Sam Laptad, Dartmouth (Jenks) Zeke Lewis, South Dakota (Midwest City) Michael Major, Princeton (Tulsa Kelley) Abrm McQuarters, Dartmouth (Cascia Hall) Brian Mills, Princeton (Edmond Santa Fe) Anthony Morales, Weber State (Edmond Memorial) Connor Myers, Weber State (Edmond Memorial) Kyle Osborn, Cornell (Tuttle) Tyler Ott, Harvard (Jenks) Bryan Pisklo, Drake (Jenks) Alex Powell, Princeton (Tulsa Kelley) Nick Rosa, Drake (Owasso) Howard Scarborough, Missouri State (Tulsa Union) Kirby Schoenthaler, Dartmouth (Bartlesville) Vernon Scott, Missouri State (Muskogee) Corbin Stall, Dartmouth (Tulsa Union) Jackson Stallings, Yale (Southmoore) Nick Ward, Wofford (Southmoore) Jacob Warner, South Dakota (Lawton MacArthur) Victor Williams, Dartmouth (Muskogee) Roman Wilson, Princeton (Lincoln Christian) Ryne Yost, Sam Houston St. (Lawton) *-Signed in February 2013, but required to attend a year of prep school at the military academy.