Grove Ridgerunners football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
2 - 8 2 - 3 0 - 5 .200 221 330

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2013-09-06 vs Miami W 42 - 21
2013-09-13 @ Jay L 9 - 13
2013-09-20 @ Wagoner L 14 - 35
2013-09-27 vs Tahlequah L 20 - 47
2013-10-04 @ Collinsville L 21 - 28
2013-10-11 vs Pryor L 28 - 35
2013-10-17 @ Tulsa East Central L 21 - 45
2013-10-25 @ Coweta L 34 - 41
2013-11-01 vs Tulsa Central W 20 - 14
2013-11-08 vs Claremore L 12 - 51

ROSTER

Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
Austin Cross 12
Matt Jeffries 12
Spencer Londagin 12
Ty Phillips 12
Scottie Spicer 12
Jake Spychalski 12

Grove football News

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Former Oklahoma and Sam Houston State QB Rhett Bomar hired as coach at Texas' Freer High

Mar 31, 2015
Former University of Oklahoma and Sam Houston State standout quarterback Rhett Bomar was announced as the new head football coach at Freer High School, the school district announced on Tuesday. Bomar, who played high school football at Grand Prairie, has been working as an assistant at Alief Taylor and also spent two seasons coaching for his father, Jerry, at Orange Grove. Bomar began his...

High school notebook: Del City's Terry Wilson among football players to receive offers

Mar 17, 2015
Del City’s Terry Wilson improved his scholarship offer list to four Monday when Memphis became the latest to extend an offer to the dual-threat quarterback. He isn’t the only player from the state picking up interest lately.

Deer Creek's Dakota Vann is the latest in a long line of athletic standouts

Mar 10, 2015
A senior basketball star at Deer Creek, Dakota Vann is the latest in a long line of Vanns to dominate the sports scene in the Oklahoma City metro.

Playing for Chase: Questions raised about charity and its founder

Feb 23, 2015
Save for the day of his son’s tragic death in 2013, Michael Morris really doesn’t want to talk about the past.His future is about saving kids’ lives, he says.But Morris’ past involves a checkered history of federal prison sentences for financial crimes.Companies he formed have been named in multiple lawsuits resulting in default court judgments for breach of contract and fraud. A company he...

Grove Voters to consider $15.7 million bond

Feb 20, 2015
In less than two weeks, voters within the Grove Public School District will determine the fate of a $15.7 million bond issue.If approved by voters on March. 3, the proposition will net a total of $13.5 million for the district to be used for two distinct projects.Of those funds, $12.6 million will be used to construct a performing arts center on the high school campus.The remaining $1 million...

NewsOK Varsity Podcast: Breaking down the 2016 Super 30

Feb 19, 2015
Welcome to the NewsOK Varsity podcast with high school writers Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and Trent Shadid. Each week, the writers will discuss the hot topics across the state in high school sports. You can subscribe to the weekly podcast on iTunes by clicking here. NewsOK Varsity 2-17-15 <—CLICK THERE: Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and […]

High school football: Douglass' Willis Alexander suspended for spring practice, first 4 games

Feb 18, 2015
Douglass football coach Willis Alexander will miss spring practice and the first four games of the 2015 season as punishment for his behavior during and after the Trojans’ controversial loss to Locust Grove in the Class 3A playoffs last November. Alexander came to an agreement with the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association on sanctions to reprimand Alexander for his conduct and...

The Oklahoman's Super 30 list of top football recruits for the Class of 2016

Feb 14, 2015
Here is The Oklahoman high school sports staff’s first edition of the Super 30 recruit rankings for the state’s class of 2016.

Oklahoma high school athletes college signing list: Saturday, Feb. 7

Feb 7, 2015
A look at the Oklahoma high school athletes who have signed to play college sports.

Oklahoma high school athlete signing list: Feb. 4, 2015

Feb 4, 2015
BASEBALL Andrew Bolen, Silo (Arkansas) Brady Bradshaw, Noble (Crowder) Blake Brewster, Moore (OU) Chase Burgess, Jenks (NEO) Riley Cabral, Carl Albert (Chipola College) Joseph Corbett, McGuinness (Ark.-Little Rock) Joel Davis, Midwest City/Seminole St. (Texas A&M) Jonathan Davis, Edmond North (Ark.-Little Rock) Aiden Doherty, Deer Creek (NSU) Jackson Goddard, Holland Hall (Kansas) Dylan...

High schools: OSSAA board changes course, suspension to Beggs coach reduced

Jan 14, 2015
Preston superintendent and OSSAA board member Mark Hudson spearheaded the reversal, lessening the suspension of a first-year Beggs basketball coach just hours after the board upheld the new stiff penalty.

All-State football: Locust Grove QB Mason Fine's numbers stand out — but so does his leadership

Jan 3, 2015
THE OKLAHOMAN’S ALL-STATE FOOTBALL TEAM — Offensive Player of the Year Mason Fine obliterated the state’s previous single-season passing records for yards (3,916) and touchdowns (54), finishing with 5,006 yards and 71 touchdowns following his 537-yard, six-TD performance in the Pirates’ 53-42 loss to Heritage Hall in the Class 3A semifinals.

A look back at the best of the 2014 Oklahoma high school football season

Dec 21, 2014
Here’s a look at what our staff considers some of the top games, moments and surprises of the 2014 season.

NewsOK Varsity Podcast: Class 3A championship preview

Dec 18, 2014
Welcome to the NewsOK Varsity podcast with high school writers Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and Trent Shadid. Each week, the writers will discuss the hot topics across the state in high school sports. You can subscribe to the weekly podcast on iTunes by clicking here. NewsOK Varsity 12-10-14 <—CLICK THERE: Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and […]

Friday Night Lights: Heritage Hall's Joe Wheeler had a vision quest

Dec 18, 2014
“My dream growing up was to be one of the varsity players out on the field,” Wheeler said. “That was my dream playing football on the sidelines during halftime. To actually score again, it felt awesome.”

High school football: Heritage Hall and Cushing meet for Class 3A state championship — finally

Dec 15, 2014
The week off that both Heritage Hall and Cushing received in the Class 3A playoffs was a little different.

Class 3A state semifinals: Heritage Hall beats Locust Grove in score-a-thon

Dec 12, 2014
Locust Grove’s record-setting offense kept setting records, but Heritage Hall was the team still standing at the end of the night, scoring three fourth-quarter touchdowns for a thrilling 53-42 victory in the Class 3A semifinals. The Chargers will play Cushing for the state championship at 7 p.m. Friday at Stillwater High School.

Upon review, no replay for disputed Oklahoma game

Dec 11, 2014
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The ruling on the field stands: A high school football team from a tiny Oklahoma town is moving on to the state semifinals, having topped an Oklahoma City powerhouse after an improperly enforced penalty with 64 seconds left."There is neither statute nor case law allowing this court discretion to order the replay of a high school football game," Judge Bernard Jones said...

Key points in Judge Bernard Jones' ruling to deny Douglass' injunction request

Dec 11, 2014
Here’s a look at some of the important points made by Oklahoma County District Court Judge Bernard M. Jones in his order to deny the temporary injunction requested by Douglass High School and the Oklahoma City Public Schools to have part or all of its Class 3A playoff game against Locust Grove replayed: “The evidence […]

Oklahoma high school football Week 5 playoff picks

Dec 11, 2014
The Oklahoman’s Scott Wright predicts the score of the Class 2A and A championships and the Class 3A semifinals.

NewsOK Varsity Podcast: Looking at Class 2A, Class A title games

Dec 10, 2014
Welcome to the NewsOK Varsity podcast with high school writers Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and Trent Shadid. Each week, the writers will discuss the hot topics across the state in high school sports. You can subscribe to the weekly podcast on iTunes by clicking here. NewsOK Varsity 12-10-14 <—CLICK THERE: Scott Wright, Trent Shadid, and […]

It's time for the OSSAA to consider some changes to help officials

Dec 10, 2014
No system will alleviate all issues with officials, but there are some things they could do to improve things.

UPDATE: Douglass football moved off probation, fan banned for life

Dec 10, 2014
If granted the opportunity to replay the controversial Class 3A quarterfinal with Locus Grove, Douglass is now eligible to continue. The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association Board of Directors voted to move the Douglass football program's probation to "warning" status Wednesday morning and accept penalties from Oklahoma City Public Schools regarding a fan punching official Chad...

Court should not intercede in Douglass-Locust Grove

Dec 9, 2014
The hapless officiating crew that called the disputed Douglass-Locust Grove is not alone in its lack of knowledge of the rules. A similar situation occurred in a Kentucky high school game earlier this season, and that crew also didn’t know the rule that a sideline infraction involving non-players is enforced as a dead-ball foul, with […]

A primer on the Douglass-Locust Grove controversy

Dec 9, 2014
The high school football playoffs go to court on Wednesday. Scott Wright and Jacob Unruh break down the key players in the case and take a look at what could come next.

Douglass-Locust Grove controversy discussed on ESPN's Pardon the Interruption

Dec 9, 2014
You know you’ve made it when you make PTI. The Douglass-Locust Grove football controversy hit a new level of national notoriety on Tuesday afternoon when ESPN “Pardon the Interruption” hosts Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discussed the case in a short segment. The bulk of their debate focused on Oklahoma County District Court getting involved […]

Douglass-Locust Grove controversy: District judge to rule Wednesday afternoon in injunction hearing

Dec 9, 2014
A district judge will offer his ruling on the fate of the Douglass-Locust Grove football controversy that has brewed for nearly two weeks when the court holds an injunction hearing Wednesday afternoon.

ScissorTales: One Oklahoma agency's Christmas wish list

Dec 6, 2014
IT’S that time of year, so any wish list might as well as stretch from cap to stockings and way beyond. This seems to be the thinking of Oklahoma’s Long Range Capital Planning Commission. It recommends that lawmakers approve a $349 million bond issue to address just the “critical” parts of state government’s capital improvements list. The money would cover 53 projects spanning 11 state...

Young men most affected by Oklahoma high school football controversy provide the best persepctive

Dec 5, 2014
YET again, a dispute involving a high school sporting event in Oklahoma is being decided in a courtroom. This is growing tiresome — and in the latest case, so is the behavior of the adults involved. Nine years ago, the Class 5A football playoffs were delayed for three weeks while Shawnee High School argued that a player who had been ejected for kicking an opponent should be allowed to play...

Douglass-Locust Grove: Will officiating shortage get even worse?

Dec 5, 2014
We don’t attack many root problems in America. We treat the symptoms, not the disease. So let’s discuss the core problem in the now-infamous Douglass-Locust Grove game. It’s not the OSSAA. It’s not Douglass’ behavior. It’s not Locust Grove’s lack of honor. It’s the shortage of quality officiating across America on the high school and […]