Wynnewood Savages football
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|2013-09-06||@||Sulphur||L||22 - 36|
|2013-09-13||@||Velma-Alma||W||42 - 12|
|2013-09-20||vs||Healdton||W||34 - 6|
|2013-09-27||vs||Community Christian||W||32 - 0|
|2013-10-04||vs||Maysville||W||42 - 6|
|2013-10-11||vs||Elmore City||W||48 - 6|
|2013-10-17||@||Caddo||W||51 - 7|
|2013-10-25||@||Stratford||W||19 - 0|
|2013-11-01||vs||Wayne||W||60 - 14|
|2013-11-08||@||Wewoka||W||55 - 34|
|2013-11-15||vs||Quinton||W||53 - 0|
|2013-11-22||vs||Kiefer||L||12 - 20|
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A list of all the Oklahoma high school athletes who have signed to play college sports next year.
Oklahoma high school athletes signing list: Saturday, April 19
Apr 19, 2014BASEBALL Hunter Aguirre, Westmoore (Cowley County) Garrett Benge, Yukon (Cowley County) Jordan Boyer, Deer Creek (Wichita State) Jenner Brown, Bethany (SNU) Chase Byndas, Dale (Connors St.) Caleb Caldwell, Edmond North (Tabor) Brian Canfield, Bishop McGuinness (Newman) Jacob Chappell, Guthrie (Oklahoma State) Blake Clanton, Clinton (Western) Patton Collie, Deer Creek (Colorado School of Mines) Austin Cranford, Norman North (Connors St.) Corey Cupp, Tuttle (SW Christian) Garrett Degelos, Southmoore (Coffeyville) Jake Dyer, Westmoore (Ft. Scott CC) Caleb Eldridge, Deer Creek (OSU) Connor Finkhouse, PC North (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Brenden Fowler, Yukon (Crowder) Josh Garbrecht, Edmond North (Redlands) Aaron Garner, Edmond North (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Colton Huggard, Southmoore (Connors St.) Ty Jackson, Southmoore (Midland) Bradley Kinsey, Norman North (Wichita State) Austin Kretchmar, Okarche/Redlands CC (William Jewell) Gavin LaValley, Carl Albert (OU) Connor Litterell, Tuttle (Cowley County) Joe Lytle, Yukon (OCU) Mitch Malherbe, Bishop McGuinness (Barton CC) Conner Mangham, Pocola (Connors St.) Mason McAlister, Yukon (Cowley County) Justin McGregor, Carl Albert (Cowley County) Tyler McIntosh, Tuttle (SW Christian) Joe Nostrand, Norman North (Frank Phillips) Blake Owen, Blanchard (Arkansas Tech) Lane Ramsey, PC North (Newman) Paul Reed, Norman (Pomona College) Luke Reynolds, Edmond North (Butler County) Reed Roberts, Guthrie (Harding) Seth Sandlin, Stigler (Carl Albert) Dalton Secrist, Tuttle (SW Christian) Ryan Skalnik, Verdigris (Neosho) Will Sprayberry, Moore (NOC-Enid) Dalton Tillison, Dale (Seminole St.) Quin Walbergh, Edmond Santa Fe (OU) Reid Wall, Byng (OSU) Cameron Warren, Carl Albert (OU) Hunter Wilson, Spiro (Stephen F. Austin) Logan Wigley, Yukon (NOC-Enid) BOYS BASKETBALL Brett Cannon, Del City (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Chauncey Collins, OKC Storm (TCU) Dexter Dean, Edmond Santa Fe (NOC) Stephen Edwards, Putnam City West (Santa Clara) Jacob Essman, Edmond Memorial (East Central) Tripp Fuller, Westmoore (OC) Omega Harris, Putnam City West (UTEP) Xavier Hunter, Del City (Fort Scott CC) Collin Jennings, Harrah (UMKC) Jace Kerr, Forgan (UCO) Michael Majors, Enid (Hillsdale) Torey Noel, Midwest City (NOC-Tonkawa) Jake Seagraves, Choctaw (Hillsdale) Mitchell Solomon, Bixby (OSU) GIRLS BASKETBALL Jasauen Beard, Midwest City (Oral Roberts) Aaliyah Blakely, Ada (OBU) Kaely Bond, Mount St. Mary (American) Sidney Carolina, PC North (Redlands) McKenzie Cooper, Shawnee (OBU) Katy Custer, Dickson (OBU) Sara Fountain, Stilwell (NSU) Daniela Galindo, Shattuck (Seward County) Jordan Gilbert, Carl Albert (Oral Roberts) Miranda Griffin, Ketchum (NSU) Blaire Hall, PC North (OC) Tamara Lee, Edmond Santa Fe (Denver) Jayden Oliver, Putnam City (Oral Roberts) Chandler Roof, Weatherford (UMKC) Jetta Smith, Classen SAS (Colby CC) Erika Wakefield, Heritage Hall (Tulsa) LaNesia Williams, Northeast (OU) Mariah Williams, Edmond Santa Fe (Redlands) CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK Rylee Bellmon, Perry (UCO) Deven Bond, Poteau (UCO) Maddie Brown, Jenks (UCO) Karlie Hamman, Edmond Santa Fe (William Jewell) Taylor Harrill, Cache (St. Gregory’s) Emily Hart, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU) Erin Hart, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU) Grey Howard, Edmond Memorial (Tulsa) Mikayla Howorka, Tuttle (SWOSU) Anthonio Humphrey, Douglass (Kansas) Ainsley Ibison, Broken Arrow (OC) Heather Johnson, Noble (St. Gregory’s) Dakota Kappelle, Anadarko (Tabor) Abbey Mace, Norman North (OU) Kambre Major, Millwood (Missouri Baptist) Katherine Muegge, Deer Creek-Lamont (OBU) Courtney Nelson, Putnam City North (Pittsburg St.) Hayley Redwine, Norman (OU) Kevin Roddy, Duncan (Virginia) Brenon Smith, Hinton (OBU) Stephen Snider, Edmond Santa Fe (William Jewell) Sheri Snyder, Deer Creek (UCO) Belle Wallace, Norman North (OU) Michaela Werner, Grove (OCU) Schuyler Wood, Putnam City (OU) FOOTBALL Jalen Adams, Southmoore (North Texas) Gyasi Akem, Broken Arrow (OSU) Ashton Antwine, Edmond Memorial (NEO) John Ashcraft, Southmoore (NEO) Fre’Darian Ashley, Northwest Classen (NEO) Keaton Baggs, Broken Arrow (La.-Monroe) Nick Basquine, Norman North (OU)* Trenton Ball, Carl Albert (Emporia St.) Cameron Batson, Millwood (Texas Tech) Ty-Chris Beasley, Muskogee (NWOSU) Kevin Bell, Lawton (NSU) Tyler Bess, Hollis (Langston) Tre Betts, Sand Springs (Missouri St.) Tyrone Beverly, Lawton Eisenhower (Langston) Dustin Blasingame, Carl Albert (Southwestern, Kan.) Trevor Blassingame, Guthrie (UCO) Dominic Blue, Muldrow (SWOSU) Samuel Bond, Madill, (UCO) Luke Booker, Edmond Memorial (OBU) Cameron Booty, Jenks (NEO) Tyler Bowling, Yukon (Tulsa) Rashaad Boyd, Putnam City West (Langston) Jordan Brailford, Tulsa Washington (OSU) D’Angelo Brewer, Tulsa Central (Tulsa) Anthony Bryant, Southeast (SNU) Trey Buckner, Kingfisher (OBU) Madison Bunch, Roland (SNU) Thor Burnside, Oologah (NEO) Darrius Burris, Piedmont (NEO) Tristan Butcher, Coweta (UCO) Beau Butler, Midwest City (Wesleyan University) Kai Callins, Guthrie (Emporia St.) Mason Camp, Enid (Baker) Patrick Cantrell, Beggs (NWOSU) Cody Carnes, Alex (NWOSU) Nigel Carter, Tulsa McLain (Tulsa) Zac Cater, Durant (NEO)* D.C. Chance, Commerce (NEO) Adim Chukwurah, Norman North (UCO) Montana Clark, Tuttle (NEO) Sam Clemens, Enid (Baker) Emmanuel Cole, Millwood (OBU) Drew Cook, Casady (Emporia St.) David Cornwell, Norman North (Alabama) Austin Cross, Grove (OBU) John Custar, Sharon-Mutual (OBU) Jalan Daniels, Blanchard (NEO) R.J. Dantzler, Southmoore (Panhandle St.) Cole Darnell, Edmond Memorial/OSU (OBU) Ronnie Davis, Midwest City/NEO (Kansas) Matt Day, Westmoore (ECU) Jakcob Dean, Norman (Arkansas Tech) Mike’Quan Deane, Tulsa Memorial (NEO) Robbie Decker, Elk City (Henderson St.) Rayce Denton, Heritage Hall (Arizona Christian) Quincy Dotson, Millwood (NSU) Andre Dowuona-Hammond, Yukon (OSU)* Garrett Duckworth, OCS (OBU) Malik Earl, Edmond Santa Fe (Missouri St.) Frankie Edwards, Mustang (OBU) Lawrence Evitt, Wagoner (UCO) Josh Farley, Norman (NSU) Michael Farmer, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO) T.J. Filer, Chickasha (NEO) Jared Fink, Dewey (OBU) Hadyn Ford, Wagoner (UCO) Cooper Free, Sharon-Mutual (SWOSU) Trayvon Gamble, Edmond Memorial (Langston) Max Gillett, Norman (William and Mary)* Matt Giroux, Yukon (Tabor) Diesen Gorham, Perkins (Emporia St.) Karson Green, Madill (NEO) Jesse Gregory, Tuttle (NEO) Anthony Grimes, Norman (Hastings) Aaron Guess, Prague (NWOSU) Blake Gunn, Casady (Pomona College) Noah Hammons, Westmoore (UCO) Cameron Hanan, Plainview (ECU) Justice Hansen, Edmond Santa Fe (OU) Dylan Harding, Jenks (OSU) Kieron Hardrick, Westmoore (SEOSU) Cade Harkins, McAlester (SNU) Bryan Hartfield, Midwest City (NEO) Tre Harvey, Catoosa (ECU) Hunter Hasen, Barnsdall (Langston) Dakota Haynes, Southmoore (Doane) Riley Hess, Alva (NWOSU) Tristan Hill, Mustang (Georgia Southern) Daavon Hilley, Tulsa East Central (Langston) Stephen Hocker, Enid (Emporia St.) Matt Hockett, Norman (OSU)* Craig Hofeld, Destiny Christian (OBU) Eli Hooks, Deer Creek (UCO) Ty Hooper, Alva (NWOSU) Jordan Huff, Midwest City (Southwestern, Kan.) Armando Ibarra, Tulsa Washington (Langston) Dallas Jackson, Meeker (NWOSU) Mack Jensen, Casady (OBU) Tazden Jevons, Dibble (NSU) Laquan Johnson, Del City (Langston) Louden Johnson, Wayne (ECU) Trey Johnson, Hugo (NEO) Corben Jones, Yukon/Emporia St. (SWOSU) Brandon Jones, Midwest City (NSU) Jake Jones, Verdigris (Ottawa) Johnny Jones, Douglass (UCO) Miles Jones, Edmond North (Briarcliff) Quinzell Jones, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO)* Wyatt Jones, Sulphur (ECU) Robert Jordan, Yukon (Tabor) Taber Jordan, Plainview (OBU) Drew Kaiser, Broken Arrow (Evangel) Blake Kalman, Bethany (UCO) Micah Kee, Woodward (NWOSU) Ryland Ketchum, Alex (NWOSU) Coleman Key, Broken Arrow (Colorado State) Cory Keyes, Southmoore (Missouri Southern) Connor Kinsey, Midwest City (Southwestern, Kan.) Chris Klick, Cherokee (SWOSU) JaVone Knox, Putnam City (SNU) Larry Lambeth, Millwood (Panhandle St.) Camron Large, Ada (ECU) Evan Lashar, OCS (OBU) Grant Lee, Clinton (NWOSU) Andrew Lesnick, Ponca City (NWOSU) Wiley Lester, Putnam City (NEO) Alex Lewis, Broken Arrow (OBU) Billy Lewis, Durant (NEO)* Jacob Lewis, Bishop McGuinness (Princeton) Colton Lindsey, Christian Heritage (UCO) Austin Link, Tuttle (NEO) Boyea Lockett, Tulsa Union/Illinois (OBU) Bishop Louie, Tulsa McLain (Tulsa) Jaylen Lowe, Owasso (NEO) Noble Lybrand, Bethany (ECU) Kameron Lyons, Millwood (Panhandle St.) Austin Mack, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO) Austin Madison, Oologah (SNU) Anthony Mason, Del City (NEO)* Zac Maynard, Davis/NEO (SWOSU) Bailey McKay, Claremore (SWOSU) Corneilus McKiver, Centennial (NEO) Gary McKnight Jr., Lawton MacArthur (NEO) Devin McLelland, Midwest City (Southwestern, Kan.) Ace McMahan, Ringling (SWOSU) Alfonzo McMillian, Millwood (Sam Houston St.) Jacob McMullen, Choctaw (NEO) John McQueen, Claremore (NEO) Jeffrey Mead, Tulsa Union (OU) Seth Mead, Woodward (NWOSU) Carson Meier, Tulsa Union (OU) Gage Meisinger, Claremore (OBU) Bradyn Meyer, Yukon (Baker) Chandler Miller, Bixby (Tulsa) Nick Mills, Tuttle (NEO) Jordan Mitchell, Owasso (Tulsa) Trevor Mitchem, Spiro (NEO) Michael Moana, Lawton Eisenhower (Houston) Tyler Moniz, Sequoyah-Claremore Mildren Montgomery, Douglass (Tulsa) Daniel Moore, Duncan (Henderson St.) Khalil Moore, John Marshall (NEO) Trevor Moore, Edmond North (North Texas) Zack Moore, Kingfisher (SWOSU) Cole Moos, Broken Arrow (NEO)* Luis Morales, Guthrie (Langston) Gerrell Murry, Putnam City (SWOSU) Dawson Myers, Cushing/NEO (OBU) Quentin Nails, Tulsa McLain (NEO) Landon Nault, Kingfisher (Emporia St.) Joe Neece, Cashion (Emporia St.) John Cole Neph, Owasso (OSU)* Jose Ochoa, Alex (NWOSU) Cameron Oliver, Owasso (UT-San Antonio) Brendan O’Steen, Seminole (NEO) Jacob Overton, Minco (OBU) Zak Owen, Blanchard (NEO) Cade Parker, Norman (OU)* Steven Parker, Jenks (OU) Logan Parks, Yukon (NEO) Cade Pfleider, Avla (NWOSU) Dustin Pierce, Jones (Mid-America Nazerene) Caden Pratt, McAlester (SEOSU) Christian Preston, Savanna (SEOSU) Stephen Price, Empire (SNU) Payton Prince, Norman North (Tulsa) Ryan Rackley, Sulphur (ECU) Wyatt Rathjen, Miami (NEO) Kale Reed, Comanche (SNU) Shaliamere Rentie, Beggs (NEO) Keishawn Richardson, Putnam City/NEO (West Virginia) Cole Ridgway, Norman (NSU) Wesley Rivas, Tahlequah (William Penn) Tanner Robertson, Mustang (OBU) Korie Robinson, Lawton MacArthur (NEO) Sinue Rodriguez, Sallisaw (NEO) Sam Rolle, Edmond Memorial (Hastings) Tyquae Russell, Midwest City (NEO) Caden Sander, Deer Creek (OU)* A.J. Sanders, Elk City (Panhandle St.) John Sasser, Perkins (SEOSU) David Seagle, Cascia Hall (UCO) Dallas Sealey, Lawton (Abilene Christian) Myykhail Shaw, Lawton (NEO) Isaiah Shawver, Carl Albert (Hastings) Tyler Sipe, Norman North (UCO) Akii Smith, Stilwell/NEO (North Texas) Devion Smith, John Marshall (NEO) Dillon Smith, Meeker (SEOSU) Jalen Smith, Tulsa Memorial (NEO) Janson Smith, Tulsa Union (NEO) Jarome Smith, McAlester (SEOSU) Jeremy Smith, Berryhill (Tulsa) Marguess Smith, Southeast (NEO) Myles Smith, Broken Arrow (SNU) Trey Smith, Guthrie (Langston) Nathan Sosa, Christian Heritage (OBU) Jacob Spady, Hinton (SNU) Pierce Spead, Southmoore (NEO) Evan Sprayberry, Moore (Tabor) Jordan Stafford, Hugo (UCO) Dalton Stout, Bethany (Southwestern, Kan.) Ross Stovall, Tulsa Washington (NEO) Braden Stringer, Blanchard (Arkansas Tech) Payton Striplin, Little Axe (Langston) Carter Swanson, Ardmore (Garden City CC) Trent Taber, Jenks (OSU)* Lindell Tate, Edmond North (OU)* Myles Tease, Tulsa Washington (UCO) Justin Tharp, Thomas (SWOSU) Devon Thomas, Broken Arrow (OSU) Ivan Thomas, Lawton (OSU)* Stevie Thompson, Carl Albert (Pitt St.) Devin Thornburg, Alex (NWOSU) Quintonio Tolon, Broken Arrow (NEO)* Clay Trotter, Mustang (SW Assemblies of God) Trey Tully, Plainview (OBU) Brett Tye, Jenks (Pitt St.) Houston Tyler, Southmoore (The Citadel) Nathan Voreis, Tuttle (SNU) Rowdy Votaw, Madill (NEO) Jaelon Walker, Southmoore (UCO) Malik Walker, Spiro (NEO) Cody Ward, Hartshorne (SWOSU) Khalil Warren, Del City (NEO) Michael Warren, Lawton (Iowa State) Ty Watkins, Westmoore (NEO) Caleb Webster, Claremore (NWOSU) Eric Weed, Putnam City (SNU) Jordan Weltzheimer, Edmond Memorial (Air Force) Cameron Westbrook, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO) Papi White, Seminole (Ohio) Xavier Whitehead, Mustang (Langston) Kelby Wickline, Stillwater (UT-San Antonio) Terrell Willliams, Lawton (NEO) Jonathan Willis, Tulsa Washington (Oregon St.) Dolee Wolf, Beggs (NEO) Conner Wood, Owasso (NEO) Skyler Wood, Nowata (UCO) Chantz Woodberry, Carl Albert (SWOSU) Ryan Woolman, Locust Grove (NSU) Trey Wormington, Norman North (UCO) Colton Wright, Tahlequah (SWOSU) Ty Yeates, Jenks (William Penn) Dakota Young, Lawton Eisenhower (NWOSU) GOLF Emma Allen, Tulsa Union (OCU) Lexi Armon, Owasso (NSU) Jacob Bishop, Edmond Memorial (Wichita State) Daniel Echevarria, Cascia Hall (Wichita State) Trent Evans, Edmond Memorial (Kansas State) Talor Fisher, Bethel (St. Gregory’s) Emily Folsom, Deer Creek (SWOSU) Jessica Gremling, Moore (Southwestern, Kan.) Nick Heinen, Edmond North (OSU) Matthew Henry, Pauls Valley (ECU) Madison Herron, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU) Alexander Hughes, Tulsa Edison (UCO) Sam Humphreys, Edmond North (Tulsa) Drew Ison, Edmond Santa Fe (Drake) Ashley Moore, Edmond Santa Fe (SNU) Kaylee Neff, Mustang (Redlands) Casey Paul, Owasso (Tulsa) Griffin Pierce, Edmond North (OU) Zac Schaefer, Oklahoma Christian (OC) Chad Smith, Plainview/OU (OBU) Marla Souvannasing, Tulsa Union (UCO) Ty Tamura, Edmond Memorial (OC) Cody Troutman, Edmond Santa Fe (UCO Hannah Ward, Poteau (Arkansas-Little Rock) Emilee White, Comanche (SNU) Ariel Wixson, Jenks (Rogers State) Hayden Wood, Edmond North (OSU) LACROSSE Sam Heaton, Edmond North (Lindenwood) Jake Hobbs, Edmond North (Lindenwood) Jessica Prewitt, Broken Arrow (OBU) ROWING Charlotte McMeekin, Classen SAS (Princeton) Hannah Naylor, Edmond Santa Fe (OU) Rachel Parks, Classen SAS (Tulsa) Cody Shafer, Tulsa Union (OCU) Madison Wilfong, Washington (UCO) BOYS SOCCER Truman Berghall, Jenks (OBU) Tyler Buchanan, Midwest City (Mid-America Chr.) Durham Chilcoat, Jenks (OBU) Mauro Cichero, Norman North (SMU) Clay Collier, Edmond North (OC) Josue De Paz, Putnam City West (OBU) Tyler Hatfield, Norman North (Harding) Julius James, Moore (NSU) Zac Medawattage, Edmond North (Eastern Illinois) Michael Mitrik, Jenks (Tulsa) Alex Mullet, Edmond North (Midwestern St., Iowa) Nathan Osborne, Jenks (OBU) Daniel Paugh, Heritage Hall (OCU) Tyler Ridener, Jenks (Central Arkansas) Keaton Van Eck, Norman North (Dallas) GIRLS SOCCER Reagan Ballard, Edmond Memorial (UCO) Anna Beffer, Tulsa Union (OSU) Abbey Bright, Edmond North (OSU)* Kayla Buster, Broken Arrow (NSU) Olivia Butler, Putnam City West (SWOSU) Karla Cabello, Puntam City North (Mid-America Christian) Lexi Carroll, Norman North (UCO) Jordan Cleveland, Moore (USAO) Brenna Cooper, Westmoore (Tabor) Anna Crawford, Mustang (OU)* Amanda Dial, Edmond Memorial (ORU) Shianne Donato, Westmoore (Eastern) Lana Duke, Edmond Memorial (OSU)* Courtney Essary, Carl Albert (UCO) Hannah Frogge, McGuinness (UC-Santa Barbara) Melissa Giles, Broken Arrow (NSU) Caitlyn Hanslovan, Verdigris (ORU) Hannah Hover, Edmond Santa Fe (Ouachita Baptist) Morgan Kent, Sapulpa (NSU) Bri Kuestersteffen, Norman North (Alabama-Birmingham) Madi Logsdon, Tulsa Union (NSU) Mikayla Lowery, Deer Creek (OBU) Mackenzie Marquardt, Norman North (OC) Lauren Martin, Newcastle (SWOSU) Julia Mathis, Broken Arrow (NSU) Kayle Moore, Southmoore (USAO) Shelley Mueller, Enid (SWOSU) Kali Newman, Norman North (OU) Lauren Parker, Stillwater (USAO) Hannah Robinson, Southmoore (SNU) Simone Ryan, Norman North (UCO) Sheridan Spelman, Norman North (Lindenwood) Katelin Teter, Claremore (NSU) Victoria VanHootegem, Norman North (Florida Atlantic) Sydni Wiles, Mustang (OC) Katelyn Williams, Moore (USAO) JuliAnne Williamson, Noble (ECU) Morgan Wilson, Piedmont (USAO) Summer Witt, Verdigris (ECU) SOFTBALL Courtney Anderson, Piedmont (Rose St.) Kelsey Arnold, Holland Hall (OU) K.C. Beardsley, Southmoore (Ft. Scott) Sheridan Bond, Edmond North (OC) Kelsey Bortvit, Carl Albert (USAO) Katelyn Brown, Southmoore (SNU) Kortney Brown, Duncan (Rose St.) Riley Brown, Bethany (Lipscomb) Kasey Jo Burgess, Sand Springs (OBU) Shelby Carel, Tuttle (UCO) Makenzie Carpenter, Jenks (Connors St.) Chloe Clifton, Wayne (Seminole St.) Cheyanne Coffman, Apache (Rose St.) Mallory Collins, Sand Springs (OSU) Chris Coplen, Stigler (Eastern) Bre Davis, Piedmont (UCO) Paige Finney, Lindsay (Mid-America Chr.) Peyton Garrett, Tuttle (NWOSU) Shannon Godfrey, Tulsa Kelley (St. Gregory’s) Ashli Hafford, Blanchard (East Central) Caitlin Hall, Moore (OBU) Sable Hankins, Moore (Lamar) Macey Hatfield, Lindsay/Seminole State (OU) Morgan Heard, Carl Albert (UCO) McKayla Hendrix, Jenks (Seminole St.) Morgan Hildebrandt, Lincoln Christian (Central Christian, Kan.) Heather Jones, Norman (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Kaitlyn Kromer, Putnam City North (SWOSU) Reneé Leonard, Rush Springs (Rose St.) Brayden Lindsey, Wynnewood (Western Texas) Destinie Lookout, Westmoore (OU) Jamie Lowrie, Piedmont (NOC-Enid) Shayla Lucas, Westmoore (USAO) Jenna Lynn, Moore (OBU) McKenzie Martin, Perkins-Tryon (NOC-Tonkawa) Stephanie Martin, Kellyville (Rose St.) Lauren Mason, Cache (Rose St.) Brianna McArthur, Moore (Central Arkansas) Kierra McFadden, Bethany (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Abby Meador, Carl Albert (OCU) Lauren Miller, Blanchard (East Central) Shelby Miller, Bethel (Seminole St.) Kate Myers, Jenks (Tulsa) Alexa Nolen, Stigler (Connors St.) Madison Norkyke, Edmond North (OC) Randee O’Donnell, Tahlequah (OSU) Amy Reynolds, Putnam City North (Rose St.) Shelby Robinett, Tuttle (SW Christian) Michael Rowlen, Jones (Des Moines CC) Kecia Sharp, Mount St. Mary (Robert Morris) Allison Smith, Lindsay (Mid-America Chr.) Michaela Smith, Norman North (UT-Dallas) Mycah Smith, Plainview (Mid-America Chr.) Sethe Story, Heritage Hall (Austin College) Bethany Sullivan, Lexington (Cisco College) Kourtney Tanner, Edmond North (UCO) Aspen Vail, Little Axe (St. Gregory’s) Katie Ventress, Bethany (Rose St.) Krista Waggoner, Carl Albert (West Virginia Wesleyan) Taylor Watham, Blanchard/Cowley (NWOSU) Jessica Watkins, Glenpool (Rose St.) Emily Watson, Deer Creek (Tulsa) Mindy Winters, Tuttle (Rose St.) MacKenzie Wright, Carl Albert (Wichita State) Lauren Zalewski, Rush Springs (Rose St.) SWIMMING Reid Hibbs, Southmoore (Towson) Lara Gatton, Westmoore (OBU) Jessi Hildebrand, Newcastle (Evansville) Tim Hyland, Carl Albert (St. Gregory’s) Kasey Rein, Piedmont (Evansville) Jaedon Roe, Carl Albert (St. Gregory’s) TENNIS Travis Christianson, Edmond Santa Fe (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Taylor Factor, Moore (Seminole) Emily Faulkner, Casady (Harding) David Hager, Edmond North (Davidson) Annie Hays, Edmond North (UM-St. Louis) Spencer Papa, Edmond North (Tulsa) Easton Parker, Bixby (NSU) Stormi Tipton, Westmoore (Cowley) VOLLEYBALL McKayla Benner, Norman North (SNU) Dani Chase, Yukon (SNU) Kate Decker, Edmond North (OBU) Madison McClure, Mustang (SW Assemblies of God) Kenzie McMullen, Edmond North (OCU) Micayla Payne, Southmoore (Hillsdale) Holly Randall, Edmond North (OCU) Kamille Smith, Midwest City (Bellevue) Taylor Turner, Deer Creek (ECU) WRESTLING Andrew Dixon, Edmond North (OU) Joel Dixon, Edmond North (OU) Lance Dixon, Edmond North (OU) Gary Wayne Harding, Collinsville (OSU) Clayton Lamb, Del City (OCU) Nathan Marek, Southmoore (OU) Chandler Rogers, Stillwater (OSU) Derek White, Edmond North (Nebraska) *-Will walk on Know of a player who signed a letter of intent but isn't on this list? 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BASEBALL Hunter Aguirre, Westmoore (Cowley County) Garrett Benge, Yukon (Cowley County) Jordan Boyer, Deer Creek (Wichita State) Jenner Brown, Bethany (SNU) Caleb Caldwell, Edmond North (Tabor) Brian Canfield, Bishop McGuinness (Newman) Patton Collie, Deer Creek (Colorado School of Mines) Austin Cranford, Norman North (Connors State) Corey Cupp, Tuttle (SW Christian) Garrett Degelos, Southmoore...
Oklahoma high school sports signing list: Sunday, March 23
Mar 22, 2014BASEBALL Hunter Aguirre, Westmoore (Cowley County) Garrett Benge, Yukon (Cowley County) Jordan Boyer, Deer Creek (Wichita State) Jenner Brown, Bethany (SNU) Caleb Caldwell, Edmond North (Tabor) Brian Canfield, Bishop McGuinness (Newman) Patton Collie, Deer Creek (Colorado School of Mines) Austin Cranford, Norman North (Connors State) Corey Cupp, Tuttle (SW Christian) Garrett Degelos, Southmoore (Coffeyville) Jake Dyer, Westmoore (Ft. Scott CC) Caleb Eldridge, Deer Creek (OSU) Brenden Fowler, Yukon (Crowder) Josh Garbrecht, Edmond North (Redlands) Aaron Garner, Edmond North (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Colton Huggard, Southmoore (Connors St.) Ty Jackson, Southmoore (Midland) Bradley Kinsey, Norman North (Wichita State) Gavin LaValley, Carl Albert (OU) Connor Litterell, Tuttle (Cowley County) Joe Lytle, Yukon (OCU) Mitch Malherbe, Bishop McGuinness (Barton CC) Conner Mangham, Pocola (Connors St.) Mason McAlister, Yukon (Cowley County) Justin McGregor, Carl Albert (Cowley County) Tyler McIntosh, Tuttle (SW Christian) Joe Nostrand, Norman North (Frank Phillips) Blake Owen, Blanchard (Arkansas Tech) Paul Reed, Norman (Pomona College) Luke Reynolds, Edmond North (Butler County) Reed Roberts, Guthrie (Harding) Seth Sandlin, Stigler (Carl Albert) Dalton Secrist, Tuttle (SW Christian) Ryan Skalnik, Verdigris (Neosho) Will Sprayberry, Moore (NOC-Enid) Dalton Tillison, Dale (Seminole St.) Quin Walbergh, Edmond Santa Fe (OU) Reid Wall, Byng (OSU) Cameron Warren, Carl Albert (OU) Hunter Wilson, Spiro (Stephen F. Austin) Logan Wigley, Yukon (NOC-Enid) BOYS BASKETBALL Chauncey Collins, OKC Storm (TCU) Stephen Edwards, Putnam City West (Santa Clara) Omega Harris, Putnam City West (UTEP) Collin Jennings, Harrah (UMKC) Jace Kerr, Forgan (UCO) Mitch Solomon, Bixby (OSU) GIRLS BASKETBALL Jasauen Beard, Midwest City (Oral Roberts) Kaely Bond, Mount St. Mary (American) Katy Custer, Dickson (OBU) Jordan Gilbert, Carl Albert (Oral Roberts) Miranda Griffin, Ketchum (NSU) Tamara Lee, Edmond Santa Fe (Denver) Jayden Oliver, Putnam City (Oral Roberts) Chandler Roof, Weatherford (UMKC) Erika Wakefield, Heritage Hall (Tulsa) LaNesia Williams, Northeast (OU) CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK Rylee Bellmon, Perry (UCO) Deven Bond, Poteau (UCO) Maddie Brown, Jenks (UCO) Karlie Hamman, Edmond Santa Fe (William Jewell) Taylor Harrill, Cache (St. Gregory’s) Emily Hart, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU) Erin Hart, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU) Grey Howard, Edmond Memorial (Tulsa) Mikayla Howorka, Tuttle (SWOSU) Anthonio Humphrey, Douglass (Kansas) Ainsley Ibison, Broken Arrow (OC) Heather Johnson, Noble (St. Gregory’s) Abbey Mace, Norman North (OU) Kambre Major, Millwood (Missouri Baptist) Katherine Muegge, Deer Creek-Lamont (OBU) Courtney Nelson, Putnam City North (Pittsburg St.) Hayley Redwine, Norman (OU) Kevin Roddy, Duncan (Virginia) Stephen Snider, Edmond Santa Fe (William Jewell) Sheri Snyder, Deer Creek (UCO) Belle Wallace, Norman North (OU) Michaela Werner, Grove (OCU) FOOTBALL Jalen Adams, Southmoore (North Texas) Gyasi Akem, Broken Arrow (OSU) Ashton Antwine, Edmond Memorial (NEO) John Ashcraft, Southmoore (NEO) Fre’Darian Ashley, Northwest Classen (NEO) Keaton Baggs, Broken Arrow (La.-Monroe) Nick Basquine, Norman North (OU)* Trenton Ball, Carl Albert (Emporia St.) Cameron Batson, Millwood (Texas Tech) Ty-Chris Beasley, Muskogee (NWOSU) Kevin Bell, Lawton (NSU) Tyler Bess, Hollis (Langston) Tre Betts, Sand Springs (Missouri St.) Tyrone Beverly, Lawton Eisenhower (Langston) Dustin Blasingame, Carl Albert (Southwestern, Kan.) Trevor Blassingame, Guthrie (UCO) Dominic Blue, Muldrow (SWOSU) Samuel Bond, Madill, (UCO) Luke Booker, Edmond Memorial (OBU) Cameron Booty, Jenks (NEO) Tyler Bowling, Yukon (Tulsa) Rashaad Boyd, Putnam City West (Langston) Jordan Brailford, Tulsa Washington (OSU) D’Angelo Brewer, Tulsa Central (Tulsa) Anthony Bryant, Southeast (SNU) Trey Buckner, Kingfisher (OBU) Madison Bunch, Roland (SNU) Thor Burnside, Oologah (NEO) Darrius Burris, Piedmont (NEO) Tristan Butcher, Coweta (UCO) Beau Butler, Midwest City (Wesleyan University) Kai Callins, Guthrie (Emporia St.) Mason Camp, Enid (Baker) Patrick Cantrell, Beggs (NWOSU) Cody Carnes, Alex (NWOSU) Nigel Carter, Tulsa McLain (Tulsa) Zac Cater, Durant (NEO)* D.C. Chance, Commerce (NEO) Adim Chukwurah, Norman North (UCO) Montana Clark, Tuttle (NEO) Sam Clemens, Enid (Baker) Emmanuel Cole, Millwood (OBU) Drew Cook, Casady (Emporia St.) David Cornwell, Norman North (Alabama) Austin Cross, Grove (OBU) John Custar, Sharon-Mutual (OBU) Jalan Daniels, Blanchard (NEO) R.J. Dantzler, Southmoore (Panhandle St.) Cole Darnell, Edmond Memorial/OSU (OBU) Ronnie Davis, Midwest City/NEO (Kansas) Matt Day, Westmoore (ECU) Jakcob Dean, Norman (Arkansas Tech) Mike’Quan Deane, Tulsa Memorial (NEO) Robbie Decker, Elk City (Henderson St.) Rayce Denton, Heritage Hall (Arizona Christian) Quincy Dotson, Millwood (NSU) Andre Dowuona-Hammond, Yukon (OSU)* Garrett Duckworth, OCS (OBU) Malik Earl, Edmond Santa Fe (Missouri St.) Frankie Edwards, Mustang (OBU) Lawrence Evitt, Wagoner (UCO) Josh Farley, Norman (NSU) Michael Farmer, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO) T.J. Filer, Chickasha (NEO) Jared Fink, Dewey (OBU) Hadyn Ford, Wagoner (UCO) Cooper Free, Sharon-Mutual (SWOSU) Trayvon Gamble, Edmond Memorial (Langston) Max Gillett, Norman (William and Mary)* Matt Giroux, Yukon (Tabor) Diesen Gorham, Perkins (Emporia St.) Karson Green, Madill (NEO) Jesse Gregory, Tuttle (NEO) Anthony Grimes, Norman (Hastings) Aaron Guess, Prague (NWOSU) Blake Gunn, Casady (Pomona College) Noah Hammons, Westmoore (UCO) Cameron Hanan, Plainview (ECU) Justice Hansen, Edmond Santa Fe (OU) Dylan Harding, Jenks (OSU) Kieron Hardrick, Westmoore (SEOSU) Cade Harkins, McAlester (SNU) Bryan Hartfield, Midwest City (NEO) Tre Harvey, Catoosa (ECU) Hunter Hasen, Barnsdall (Langston) Dakota Haynes, Southmoore (Doane) Riley Hess, Alva (NWOSU) Tristan Hill, Mustang (Georgia Southern) Daavon Hilley, Tulsa East Central (Langston) Stephen Hocker, Enid (Emporia St.) Matt Hockett, Norman (OSU)* Craig Hofeld, Destiny Christian (OBU) Eli Hooks, Deer Creek (UCO) Ty Hooper, Alva (NWOSU) Jordan Huff, Midwest City (Southwestern, Kan.) Armando Ibarra, Tulsa Washington (Langston) Dallas Jackson, Meeker (NWOSU) Mack Jensen, Casady (OBU) Tazden Jevons, Dibble (NSU) Laquan Johnson, Del City (Langston) Louden Johnson, Wayne (ECU) Trey Johnson, Hugo (NEO) Corben Jones, Yukon/Emporia St. (SWOSU) Brandon Jones, Midwest City (NSU) Jake Jones, Verdigris (Ottawa) Johnny Jones, Douglass (UCO) Miles Jones, Edmond North (Briarcliff) Quinzell Jones, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO)* Wyatt Jones, Sulphur (ECU) Robert Jordan, Yukon (Tabor) Taber Jordan, Plainview (OBU) Drew Kaiser, Broken Arrow (Evangel) Blake Kalman, Bethany (UCO) Micah Kee, Woodward (NWOSU) Ryland Ketchum, Alex (NWOSU) Coleman Key, Broken Arrow (Colorado State) Cory Keyes, Southmoore (Missouri Southern) Connor Kinsey, Midwest City (Southwestern, Kan.) Chris Klick, Cherokee (SWOSU) JaVone Knox, Putnam City (SNU) Larry Lambeth, Millwood (Panhandle St.) Camron Large, Ada (ECU) Grant Lee, Clinton (NWOSU) Andrew Lesnick, Ponca City (NWOSU) Wiley Lester, Putnam City (NEO) Alex Lewis, Broken Arrow (OBU) Billy Lewis, Durant (NEO)* Jacob Lewis, Bishop McGuinness (Princeton) Colton Lindsey, Christian Heritage (UCO) Austin Link, Tuttle (NEO) Boyea Lockett, Tulsa Union/Illinois (OBU) Bishop Louie, Tulsa McLain (Tulsa) Jaylen Lowe, Owasso (NEO) Noble Lybrand, Bethany (ECU) Kameron Lyons, Millwood (Panhandle St.) Austin Mack, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO) Austin Madison, Oologah (SNU) Anthony Mason, Del City (NEO)* Zac Maynard, Davis/NEO (SWOSU) Bailey McKay, Claremore (SWOSU) Corneilus McKiver, Centennial (NEO) Gary McKnight Jr., Lawton MacArthur (NEO) Devin McLelland, Midwest City (Southwestern, Kan.) Ace McMahan, Ringling (SWOSU) Alfonzo McMillian, Millwood (Sam Houston St.) Jacob McMullen, Choctaw (NEO) John McQueen, Claremore (NEO) Jeffrey Mead, Tulsa Union (OU) Seth Mead, Woodward (NWOSU) Carson Meier, Tulsa Union (OU) Gage Meisinger, Claremore (OBU) Bradyn Meyer, Yukon (Baker) Chandler Miller, Bixby (Tulsa) Nick Mills, Tuttle (NEO) Jordan Mitchell, Owasso (Tulsa) Trevor Mitchem, Spiro (NEO) Michael Moana, Lawton Eisenhower (Houston) Tyler Moniz, Sequoyah-Claremore Mildren Montgomery, Douglass (Tulsa) Daniel Moore, Duncan (Henderson St.) Khalil Moore, John Marshall (NEO) Trevor Moore, Edmond North (North Texas) Zack Moore, Kingfisher (SWOSU) Cole Moos, Broken Arrow (NEO)* Luis Morales, Guthrie (Langston) Gerrell Murry, Putnam City (SWOSU) Dawson Myers, Cushing/NEO (OBU) Quentin Nails, Tulsa McLain (NEO) Landon Nault, Kingfisher (Emporia St.) Joe Neece, Cashion (Emporia St.) John Cole Neph, Owasso (OSU)* Jose Ochoa, Alex (NWOSU) Cameron Oliver, Owasso (UT-San Antonio) Brendan O’Steen, Seminole (NEO) Jacob Overton, Minco (OBU) Zak Owen, Blanchard (NEO) Cade Parker, Norman (OU)* Steven Parker, Jenks (OU) Logan Parks, Yukon (NEO) Cade Pfleider, Avla (NWOSU) Dustin Pierce, Jones (Mid-America Nazerene) Caden Pratt, McAlester (SEOSU) Christian Preston, Savanna (SEOSU) Stephen Price, Empire (SNU) Payton Prince, Norman North (Tulsa) Ryan Rackley, Sulphur (ECU) Wyatt Rathjen, Miami (NEO) Kale Reed, Comanche (SNU) Shaliamere Rentie, Beggs (NEO) Keishawn Richardson, Putnam City/NEO (West Virginia) Cole Ridgway, Norman (NSU) Wesley Rivas, Tahlequah (William Penn) Tanner Robertson, Mustang (OBU) Korie Robinson, Lawton MacArthur (NEO) Sinue Rodriguez, Sallisaw (NEO) Sam Rolle, Edmond Memorial (Hastings) Tyquae Russell, Midwest City (NEO) Caden Sander, Deer Creek (OU)* A.J. Sanders, Elk City (Panhandle St.) John Sasser, Perkins (SEOSU) David Seagle, Cascia Hall (UCO) Dallas Sealey, Lawton (Abilene Christian) Myykhail Shaw, Lawton (NEO) Isaiah Shawver, Carl Albert (Hastings) Tyler Sipe, Norman North (UCO) Akii Smith, Stilwell/NEO (North Texas) Devion Smith, John Marshall (NEO) Dillon Smith, Meeker (SEOSU) Jalen Smith, Tulsa Memorial (NEO) Janson Smith, Tulsa Union (NEO) Jarome Smith, McAlester (SEOSU) Jeremy Smith, Berryhill (Tulsa) Marguess Smith, Southeast (NEO) Myles Smith, Broken Arrow (SNU) Trey Smith, Guthrie (Langston) Nathan Sosa, Christian Heritage (OBU) Jacob Spady, Hinton (SNU) Pierce Spead, Southmoore (NEO) Evan Sprayberry, Moore (Tabor) Jordan Stafford, Hugo (UCO) Dalton Stout, Bethany (Southwestern, Kan.) Ross Stovall, Tulsa Washington (NEO) Braden Stringer, Blanchard (Arkansas Tech) Payton Striplin, Little Axe (Langston) Carter Swanson, Ardmore (Garden City CC) Trent Taber, Jenks (OSU)* Lindell Tate, Edmond North (OU)* Myles Tease, Tulsa Washington (UCO) Justin Tharp, Thomas (SWOSU) Devon Thomas, Broken Arrow (OSU) Ivan Thomas, Lawton (OSU)* Stevie Thompson, Carl Albert (Pitt St.) Devin Thornburg, Alex (NWOSU) Quintonio Tolon, Broken Arrow (NEO)* Clay Trotter, Mustang (SW Assemblies of God) Trey Tully, Plainview (OBU) Brett Tye, Jenks (Pitt St.) Houston Tyler, Southmoore (The Citadel) Nathan Voreis, Tuttle (SNU) Rowdy Votaw, Madill (NEO) Jaelon Walker, Southmoore (UCO) Malik Walker, Spiro (NEO) Cody Ward, Hartshorne (SWOSU) Khalil Warren, Del City (NEO) Michael Warren, Lawton (Iowa State) Ty Watkins, Westmoore (NEO) Caleb Webster, Claremore (NWOSU) Eric Weed, Putnam City (SNU) Jordan Weltzheimer, Edmond Memorial (Air Force) Cameron Westbrook, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO) Papi White, Seminole (Ohio) Xavier Whitehead, Mustang (Langston) Kelby Wickline, Stillwater (UT-San Antonio) Terrell Willliams, Lawton (NEO) Jonathan Willis, Tulsa Washington (Oregon St.) Dolee Wolf, Beggs (NEO) Conner Wood, Owasso (NEO) Skyler Wood, Nowata (UCO) Chantz Woodberry, Carl Albert (SWOSU) Ryan Woolman, Locust Grove (NSU) Trey Wormington, Norman North (UCO) Colton Wright, Tahlequah (SWOSU) Ty Yeates, Jenks (William Penn) Dakota Young, Lawton Eisenhower (NWOSU) GOLF Emma Allen, Tulsa Union (OCU) Lexi Armon, Owasso (NSU) Jacob Bishop, Edmond Memorial (Wichita State) Trent Evans, Edmond Memorial (Kansas State) Talor Fisher, Bethel (St. Gregory’s) Emily Folsom, Deer Creek (SWOSU) Jessica Gremling, Moore (Southwestern, Kan.) Nick Heinen, Edmond North (OSU) Matthew Henry, Pauls Valley (ECU) Madison Herron, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU) Alexander Hughes, Tulsa Edison (UCO) Sam Humphreys, Edmond North (Tulsa) Drew Ison, Edmond Santa Fe (Drake) Ashley Moore, Edmond Santa Fe (SNU) Kaylee Neff, Mustang (Redlands) Casey Paul, Owasso (Tulsa) Griffin Pierce, Edmond North (OU) Zac Schaefer, Oklahoma Christian (OC) Chad Smith, Plainview/OU (OBU) Marla Souvannasing, Tulsa Union (UCO) Ty Tamura, Edmond Memorial (OC) Cody Troutman, Edmond Santa Fe (UCO Hannah Ward, Poteau (Arkansas-Little Rock) Emilee White, Comanche (SNU) Ariel Wixson, Jenks (Rogers State) Hayden Wood, Edmond North (OSU) Daniel Echevarria, Cascia Hall (Wichita State) LACROSSE Sam Heaton, Edmond North (Lindenwood) Jake Hobbs, Edmond North (Lindenwood) Jessica Prewitt, Broken Arrow (OBU) ROWING Charlotte McMeekin, Classen SAS (Princeton) Hannah Naylor, Edmond Santa Fe (OU) Rachel Parks, Classen SAS (Tulsa) Cody Shafer, Tulsa Union (OCU) Madison Wilfong, Washington (UCO) BOYS SOCCER Truman Berghall, Jenks (OBU) Durham Chilcoat, Jenks (OBU) Clay Collier, Edmond North (OC) Josue Depaz, Putnam City West (OBU) Tyler Hatfield, Norman North (Harding) Julius James, Moore (NSU) Zac Medawattage, Edmond North (Eastern Illinois) Michael Mitrik, Jenks (Tulsa) Alex Mullet, Edmond North (Midwestern St., Iowa) Nathan Osborne, Jenks (OBU) Daniel Paugh, Heritage Hall (OCU) Tyler Ridener, Jenks (Central Arkansas) Keaton Van Eck, Norman North (Dallas) GIRLS SOCCER Reagan Ballard, Edmond Memorial (UCO) Anna Beffer, Tulsa Union (OSU) Abby Bright, Edmond North (OSU)* Kayla Buster, Broken Arrow (NSU) Olivia Butler, Putnam City West (SWOSU) Karla Cabello, Puntam City North (Mid-America Christian) Lexi Carroll, Norman North (UCO) Jordan Cleveland, Moore (USAO) Anna Crawford, Mustang (OU)* Amanda Dial, Edmond Memorial (ORU) Lana Duke, Edmond Memorial (OSU)* Courtney Essary, Carl Albert (UCO) Hannah Frogge, McGuinness (UC-Santa Barbara) Melissa Giles, Broken Arrow (NSU) Caitlyn Hanslovan, Verdigris (ORU) Hannah Hover, Edmond Santa Fe (Ouachita Baptist) Morgan Kent, Sapulpa (NSU) Bri Kuestersteffen, Norman North (Alabama-Birmingham) Madi Logsdon, Tulsa Union (NSU) Mikayla Lowery, Deer Creek (OBU) Mackenzie Marquardt, Norman North (OC) Julia Mathis, Broken Arrow (NSU) Kayle Moore, Southmoore (USAO) Kali Newman, Norman North (OU) Lauren Parker, Stillwater (USAO) Hannah Robinson, Southmoore (SNU) Simone Ryan, Norman North (UCO) Sheridan Spelman, Norman North (Lindenwood) Katelin Teter, Claremore (NSU) Victoria VanHootegem, Norman North (Florida Atlantic) Sydni Wiles, Mustang (OC) Katelyn Williams, Moore (USAO) Morgan Wilson, Piedmont (USAO) Summer Witt, Verdigris (ECU) SOFTBALL Kelsey Arnold, Holland Hall (OU) K.C. Beardsley, Southmoore (Ft. Scott) Sheridan Bond, Edmond North (OC) Kelsey Bortvit, Carl Albert (USAO) Katelyn Brown, Southmoore (SNU) Kortney Brown, Duncan (Rose St.) Riley Brown, Bethany (Lipscomb) Kasey Jo Burgess, Sand Springs (OBU) Shelby Carel, Tuttle (UCO) Makenzie Carpenter, Jenks (Connors St.) Chloe Clifton, Wayne (Seminole St.) Cheyanne Coffman, Apache (Rose St.) Mallory Collins, Sand Springs (OSU) Chris Coplen, Stigler (Eastern) Bre Davis, Piedmont (UCO) Peyton Garrett, Tuttle (NWOSU) Shannon Godfrey, Tulsa Kelley (St. Gregory’s) Ashli Hafford, Blanchard (East Central) Caitlin Hall, Moore (OBU) Sable Hankins, Moore (Lamar) Macey Hatfield, Lindsay/Seminole State (OU) Morgan Heard, Carl Albert (UCO) McKayla Hendrix, Jenks (Seminole St.) Morgan Hildebrandt, Lincoln Christian (Central Christian, Kan.) Heather Jones, Norman (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Kaitlyn Kromer, Putnam City North (SWOSU) Reneé Leonard, Rush Springs (Rose St.) Brayden Lindsey, Wynnewood (Western Texas) Destinie Lookout, Westmoore (OU) Shayla Lucas, Westmoore (USAO) Jenna Lynn, Moore (OBU) McKenzie Martin, Perkins-Tryon (NOC-Tonkawa) Stephanie Martin, Kellyville (Rose St.) Lauren Mason, Cache (Rose St.) Brianna McArthur, Moore (Central Arkansas) Kierra McFadden, Bethany (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Abby Meador, Carl Albert (OCU) Lauren Miller, Blanchard (East Central) Shelby Miller, Bethel (Seminole St.) Kate Myers, Jenks (Tulsa) Alexa Nolen, Stigler (Connors St.) Madison Norkyke, Edmond North (OC) Randee O’Donnell, Tahlequah (OSU) Amy Reynolds, Putnam City North (Rose St.) Shelby Robinett, Tuttle (SW Christian) Michael Rowlen, Jones (Des Moines CC) Kecia Sharp, Mount St. Mary (Robert Morris) Michaela Smith, Norman North (UT-Dallas) Sethe Story, Heritage Hall (Austin College) Kourtney Tanner, Edmond North (UCO) Aspen Vail, Little Axe (St. Gregory’s) Katie Ventress, Bethany (Rose St.) Krista Waggoner, Carl Albert (West Virginia Wesleyan) Taylor Watham, Blanchard/Cowley (NWOSU) Jessica Watkins, Glenpool (Rose St.) Emily Watson, Deer Creek (Tulsa) Mindy Winters, Tuttle (Rose St.) MacKenzie Wright, Carl Albert (Wichita State) Lauren Zalewski, Rush Springs (Rose St.) SWIMMING Reid Hibbs, Southmoore (Towson) Jessi Hildebrand, Newcastle (Evansville) Kasey Rein, Piedmont (Evansville) TENNIS Taylor Factor, Moore (Seminole) Emily Faulkner, Casady (Harding) David Hager, Edmond North (Davidson) Annie Hayes, Edmond North (UM-St. Louis) Spencer Papa, Edmond North (Tulsa) Easton Parker, Bixby (NSU) VOLLEYBALL McKayla Benner, Norman North (SNU) Dani Chase, Yukon (SNU) Kate Decker, Edmond North (OBU) Madison McClure, Mustang (SW Assemblies of God) Kenzie McMullen, Edmond North (OCU) Micayla Payne, Southmoore (Hillsdale) Holly Randall, Edmond North (OCU) Kamille Smith, Midwest City (Bellevue) Taylor Turner, Deer Creek (ECU) WRESTLING Andrew Dixon, Edmond North (OU) Joel Dixon, Edmond North (OU) Lance Dixon, Edmond North (OU) Nathan Marek, Southmoore (OU) Derek White, Edmond North (Nebraska) *-Will walk on Know of a player who signed a letter of intent but isn't on this list? 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The annual All-State game is scheduled Aug. 1 in the Tulsa area.
High schools: Oklahoma Coaches Association announces All-State football rosters
FROM STAFF REPORTS | Jan 27, 2014The Oklahoma Coaches Association announced its All-State football rosters Monday. The All-State game will be played Aug. 1 in the Tulsa area. WEST Coaches: Mike Williams, Anadarko (Head); Stuart Purintun, Kingfisher; Clint Warren, Minco; Justin Merideth, Edmond Memorial. Offense Quarterbacks: Jacob Lewis, McGuinness; Cameron Batson, Millwood; Colton Lindsey, Christian Heritage. Running backs: Michael Warren, Lawton; Landon Nault, Kingfisher; Braden Stringer, Blanchard; Jacob Overton, Minco; Trevor Harris, Laverne. Receivers: Malik Earl, Edmond Santa Fe, Alfonzo McMillian, Millwood; Joe Neece, Cashion. Tight end: Payton Prince, Norman North. Linemen: Tristan Hill, Mustang; Houston Tyler, Southmoore; Logan Parks, Yukon; Blake Finley, Guthrie; Jonathan Higgins, McGuinness; Grant Lee, Clinton; Mildren Montgomery, Douglass. Defense Linemen: Ivan Thomas, Lawton; Brandon Jones, Midwest City; Cade Parker, Norman; Noble Lybrand, Bethany; Gatlin Squires, Kingfisher; Levi Allen, Wynnewood. Linebackers: Mitchell Fritts, Lawton MacArthur; Johnny Jones, Douglass; Carlos Herrera, Hollis, Braden Ruth, Davis; Trenton Grimes, Pond Creek-Hunter. Backs: Kai Callins, Guthrie; Ashton Antwine, Edmond Memorial; Justin Brown, El Reno; Mykel Shaw, Anadarko; Devon Mitchell, Clinton; Cage Kennedy, Plainview. Kicker: Matt Hockett, Norman. EAST Coaches: Bryan Pratt, McAlester (Head); Mike Hedge, Meeker; Duwayne King, Vinita; Brent Marley, Victory Christian. Offense Quarterbacks: Cody Hale, Sand Springs, Coleman Key, Broken Arrow. Running backs: Lawrence Evitt, Wagoner, Jarome Smith, McAlester. Receivers: Slade Nordic, Bartlesville; Caden Pratt, McAlester; Chris Lester, Shawnee; Austin Reed, Broken Arrow; Bradley Campbell, Hilldale, Danny Burke, Metro Christian; Tanner Sweeten, Arkoma; Linemen: Jordan Blue, Talihina; Jason Bradford, Hominy; Dillon Smith, Meeker, Tyler Base, Oologah; David Seagle, Cascia Hall; Connor Wood, Owasso, Chandler Miller, Bixby. Defense Linemen: Skyler Wood, Nowata; Jeremy Smith, Berryhill; Matthew Dreyer, Bixby; Tristan Anderson, Tulsa Union; James Willis, Owasso, Bailey McKay, Sequoyah-Claremore. Linebackers: Carlos Aguilar, Poteau; Coleby Evans, Tulsa Union; Cale Wilson, Sallisaw; Dylan Chance, Commerce; Dalton Shinn, Afton. Backs: Steven Parker, Jenks; Tre Betts, Sand Springs; Jace Pitchford, Poteau; Andrew King, Victory Christian; Taylor Kegley, Pryor; Shamal Evans, Vian; Chase Williams, Wetumka.
A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed a game day experience.
Tributes: Frank Parr was a local soccer icon
BY SCOTT MUNN, Assistant Sports Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org | Jan 20, 2014A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed a game day experience: *Frank Parr, 92, of Oklahoma City was employed by the Federal Aviation Administration. Away from work, he was heavily involved in local soccer. Parr spent 30 years as a member of the Oklahoma Soccer Association as a player, coach, referee or administrator. He served eight years as the Central Oklahoma Soccer League president. Parr was just one of three people given the Oklahoma Soccer Officials' Golden Whistle Award. *Ed Sheldon, 84, of Bartlesville served in the Army during the Korean War. While stationed in Augsburg, Germany, he played basketball. Sheldon later became recognized for handmade turkey calls. The outdoorsman made the devices out of three turkey hen wingbones — and they became so popular with fellow hunters that a turkey calling competition was named in Sheldon's honor. *Mark Champion of Tulsa was an auto racing enthusiast. He provided color commentary over the public address system at now-defunct Tulsa Speedway, while also contributing articles to the Speedway News. Champion did not mind handling the dangerous side of racing, too. He often patrolled Turn 1 at the Tulsa track, working as a fireman and paramedic. Champion died recently at age 65. *Former Weatherford chief of police Byron Cox, 57, volunteered at Kiwanis Baseball Park. He also umpired high school and summer league baseball. Cox suffered from diabetes the last few years and lost both legs. He had been fitted with prosthetics and continued to work for the police department; Cox hoped to someday return to umpiring. *Oklahoma City resident Dave Roberts, 67, was a standout athlete in the 1960s at Dewey High School. He turned down several baseball scholarship offers, instead choosing to play football at Oklahoma. Roberts played for the Sooners' freshmen team, and then gave up sports to focus on studies that led to a juris doctorate from the OU law school. *Rodney Moody, 55, of Edmond was a standout athlete at Altus High School. He particularly excelled at golf, earning a scholarship to Cameron University in Lawton. Moody worked in the grocery business for several years, before returning to school, this time at Southwestern State in Weatherford. He played golf for the Bulldogs. Moody participated in the 85th U.S. Open qualifier at the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club. He also played in the 84th U.S. Amateur qualifier in Oklahoma City. *Paul Mathews, 86, of Ninnekah was a self-made millionaire. He was a politician and realtor in Seminole County, owning several pieces of land during his lifetime. Mathews operated the Little League in the 1960s in Seminole, and he helped build a ballpark behind the town's armory. He also assisted in the development of a baseball field in Wewoka. *Jack Mars, 78, moved to Tulsa to work for B.F. Goodrich. As a youngster in Akron, Ohio, Mars was quite the athlete. He stood 6-foot-7 and starred in football, basketball, baseball and boxing. Perhaps before a growth spurt, Mars participated in the legendary Soap Box Derby in Akron. *Leonard Tunnell of Miami, OK, coached sports at Ketchum, Wyandotte, Locust Grove and Bluejacket schools. The six-time Bronze star recipient during World War II died at age 89. *Henryetta resident Ken Wion was a text book consultant for D.C. Heath & Co. As a young man, he played football and basketball and ran track for Woodward High School. He then played college football at Southwestern State in Weatherford. After retirement, he spent time supporting Henryetta High athletic teams. He died at age 73. *John Mahaffey, 14, of Cache participated in Special Olympics. He was a member of the Hammer Heads swim team. *Clayton Smith, 18, played baseball for Morris High School. He received an athletic scholarship to Highland Community College in Kansas shortly before he died in an automobile crash. *Oklahoma City physician James Wenzl acquired an interest in medicine while playing high school football in Greenleaf, Kan. Wenzl suffered a broken nose, a broken tibia, a dislocated shoulder and a broken foot over his junior and senior seasons. He told family members, “I spent so much time talking to doctors in those two years that I became intrigued by the work.” Wenzl, a former pediatric nephrologist at The Children's Hospital, was also a standout half-miler for the Greenleaf track team. He died at age 78 after a five-year fight with cancer. *Oklahoma City resident John Meek, 84, played basketball at Westark Junior College in Fort Smith, Ark. ... Terry Myrks, 43, played boys basketball at Idabel High School. ... Clarence Cox, 96, coached youth baseball and softball in south Oklahoma City. ... Ruben Potter Jr., 76, was an All-State football player at Elk City High School. ... Walters native Keith Hooker, 71, was a farmer by trade, but he also raised race horses. Attended the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas every December. ... Brian Martin, 51, of Ardmore played high school football and baseball in his native California. ... *Martha Scroggin, 77, of Midwest City played basketball for Buffalo Valley High School. ... Jeannie Hutton, 71, was a twirler on football Friday nights at Wynnewood High School. ... Herman Hackett, 80, of Enid sponsored softball and Little League baseball teams. ... Michael Wahl, 57, of Edmond was president of the Oklahoma City Men's Senior Baseball League. ... Dana Pitts Orebaugh, 64, of Edmond was a swimming instructor at the downtown YMCA. She was also a member of The Sportsman's Club swim team. ... *Doris Stephens Puckett, 95, of Edmond played basketball at old Marshall High School in Logan County. ... Gladys Lunow, 93, of Oklahoma City was a four-year letter winner for the Moore High girls basketball team. ... Dolores Dial Renfrow, 81, of Duncan was a championship swimmer for the University of Central Oklahoma. She was also a twirler. ... Retired Army Ranger Mack Haymaker, 82, of Enid raced motorcycles in the late 1950s. BY SCOTT MUNN
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
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
We went down to Waco, Texas, last week for a football game. Maybe you heard. Photographers Bryan Terry and Jim Beckel, videographer (Johnny) Damon Fontenot and myself drove down Wednesday. In Waco, we hooked up with OU writers Bobby Hebert (Ryan Aber) and J.K.
Berry Tramel | Nov 12, 2013We went down to Waco, Texas, last week for a football game. Maybe you heard. Photographers Bryan Terry and Jim Beckel, videographer (Johnny) Damon Fontenot and myself drove down Wednesday. In Waco, we hooked up with OU writers Bobby Hebert (Ryan Aber) and J.K. McKay (Jason Kersey), who drove separate because Bobby Hebert had to stop back in Dallas to cover the Sooner basketball game Friday afternoon. I’ve never been a big Waco fan, but in recent years, the place has grown on me. No hotel gouging. Easy to get to. Easy to get to Floyd Casey Stadium. But this trip was unlike any to Waco. Because of the edifice rising hard by Interstate 35. FLOYD CASEY, WE HARDLY KNEW THEE On Dec. 7, Floyd Casey Stadium goes to that big sports coliseum in the sky. Baylor hosts Texas in the final game of the 64-year-old stadium that sits about four miles from the Baylor campus. Let’s see. I’ll try to describe where Baylor’s stadium sits. Imagine if OU was where the new hospital is in Norman, on Tecumseh Road, on the west side of I-35. Then imagine if Owen Field was on Main Street, about where Norman High School is. Just sitting there, in the middle of a bunch of commercial enterprises. That describes Baylor’s setup. Floyd Casey Stadium was named for the father of Carl Casey, a Baylor trustee and booster who in 1988 gave the university $5 million toward an $8 million renovation project. It has plenty of parking but is not in the same league with the stadiums at Texas, OSU, OU, Texas Tech and TCU, the schools with which Baylor competes. Floyd Casey has its charms. For instance, everyone parks about as close to the stadium as anywhere in college football. Sometimes when we’ve arrived early, we’ve parked literally 50 yards from the pressbox elevator. But the truth is, the stadium is out of date. A relic from the days of the Southwest Conference. Fan and media amenities are minimal; the pressbox was not equipped to host the throng that assembled on the OU-Baylor game. Bob Stoops’ post-game press conference was held literally on a concourse in the stadium. Some gates drop near the end of the game, just to keep fans at bay. But they still can look and listen and even do some catcalling, though that’s been a problem only recently. It’s a place few will miss. Which brings us to Baylor Stadium, a 45,000-capacity stadium under construction just north of the Brazos River and literally a few yards east of I-35, adjacent to the Baylor campus. It rises stunningly as you drive through Waco and screams that a new era has arrived in Baylor football. First the Heisman Trophy (Robert Griffin III in 2011). Then maybe a Big 12 title (Art Briles’ 2013 Bears). Then a pristine stadium to match the jewels of the Big 12. The stadium opens next Aug. 30, when Baylor hosts SMU. OSU plays down in Waco next November. It’s quite the impressive place. Baylor football never will be the same. SOUTHERN COMFORT Like most of my trips anywhere, a stop or three at Sonic is mandatory. We stopped for a drink and a snack at the Sonic in Marietta, and the gal who served the drive-through was totally charming. She had a pleasant personality, but she also had a Little Dixie accent. I’ve got quite the Okie twang myself. I once walked into a New Jersey Burger King with former OU assistant coach Scott Hill, we ordered something and the girl got tickled at our accents. She asked if we were from Texas. Scott is — he grew up in Hurst, the Fort Worth suburb. But not all Okie accents are created equal. In southern and southeastern Oklahoma, the accents take on more of a Deep South bent, as opposed to a Texas bent. My wife’s family is from Ada; her cousins sound different than people who live just up the road at Shawnee. I’ve always figured the South culture starts, at least in this part of the country, somewhere around Pauls Valley/Wynnewood and goes east. Certainly the gal at the Marietta Sonic qualifies. And coming back through Friday, we stopped just to hear it again. Which we did. Even though it was a different girl. WACO ATTRACTIONS Waco, Texas, sounds like an exotic place. I’ve written about that before, how romantic places like Waco and Lubbock and Fort Worth and College Station seemed when I was a kid, listening to Saturday night college football on the radio. Exotic? No. Interesting? Yes. And it has nothing to do with David Koresh. Waco’s population is about 124,000, which makes it only slightly larger than Norman. But Waco’s metro population is about 224,00. By comparison, Lubbock is about 291,000. We don’t really have a comparative place in Oklahoma. We go from Lawton (125,000 metro population) to Tulsa (960,000 metro population). Waco is home to at least three museum/hall of fames: The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame/Museum (the law enforcers, not the baseball team); The Dr Pepper Museum; and the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. I’ve been to the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, which is interesting if you’re a sports historian, though in all honesty, it’s not as impressive as the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame. I have not been to the Texas Ranger Museum, but it’s connected to the Baylor campus, and I’d love to go. I watched “Laredo,” the old TV Western, when I was a kid. I’d like to know what was truth and what was fiction. I have not been to the Dr Pepper Museum, but I’d love to go. JK McKay, Bobby Hebert and Johnny Damon went on Thursday afternoon and said it was great. The guy who ran it is a big OU fan. I couldn’t go, because I had to do a video hangout, but I didn’t need to go. I haven’t had a Dr Pepper in 15 years. I gave up Coke and Dr Pepper in 1998, and gave up caffeine totally in 2000. I still drink root beer, and I’m sure some of the root beer I drink has caffeine, but for the most part, no caffeine. But I still can remember the taste of Dr Pepper and Coca-Cola, and I could drink a gallon of each. Put me in a museum like that, and I’d fall off the wagon. Or on the wagon. I never can reach that straight. GUTPACK CITY For lunch on Thursday, we went to Vitek’s barbeque, a Waco tradition since 1915. That’s right. 1915. Vitek’s seems to be a solid BBQ joint, with lots of football memorabilia, but it’s famous for its Gut Pack. The Gut Pack is sort of a barbeque version of a Frito chili pie. I figured when in Rome, so I had the Gut Pack. The Gut Pack uses Fritos as a base, topped with shredded cheese, chopped beef, beans, sausage, pickles, onions, jalapenos and bread. A small Gut Pack is $5.25. Large is $8.25. I got the large and doused it with barbeque sauce. It was interesting. Good, too, but more interesting than good. Frankly, I could have done without the Fritos. But I liked the bean/cheese/meat mix. I don’t know if I would order the Gut Pack again. But I’m glad I ordered it this time. OUR DAILY BREAD For dinner Wednesday night, we went to Baris, a mom-and-pop Italian place just down from Floyd Casey Stadium. Looks like the joint once was a Pizza Hut. The place was hopping at 8 p.m. on a Wednesday night. So much so, we couldn’t find a parking space. So we parked at a Mexican food place next door that had far more spaces than customers. When we got over to Baris, we saw a sign in the window that said please don’t park next door. So I went and moved the Expedition. Getting towed is of no interest to me. I’d been to Baris before, and it was excellent. Inexpensive, unpretentious. The pizza was excellent — we shared one as an appetizer — and the entrees were solid. But the best part of the meal was the bread. These huge rolls, seemed to have just the right touch of garlic. I bathed them in butter and couldn’t imagine anything better. None of the other guys had been to Baris. They all saluted my selection.
Nov 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 6, 2013
Time for more emails, and there’s plenty of topics. Lots of people weighed in on Clint Chelf and the Washington Redskins. Let’s get right to it. SOONER FOOTBALL Don: Stoops was a little testy in yesterday’s press conference. You are absolutely correct.
Tramel's inbox: Emails on Clint Chelf and Redskins name
Berry Tramel | Nov 6, 2013[img]2259995[/img] Time for more emails, and there’s plenty of topics. Lots of people weighed in on Clint Chelf and the Washington Redskins. Let’s get right to it. SOONER FOOTBALL Don: Stoops was a little testy in yesterday’s press conference. You are absolutely correct. No question that the Big 12 presents challenges like never before. Stoops was in defensive mode yesterday. Parity is here because of reductions of scholarships put in a few years ago. Facilities upgrades for most of the Big 12 have upped the ante also. I like Bob Stoops, but reality is that it is much harder today than ever before to win championships! Your line of questioning was right on point.” I don’t know if it’s harder or not. OU’s just not doing it as much. That much we know. Isaiah: “Curious your thoughts on how long Bob Stoops would stay at OU. Not that I think he will leave anytime soon, but given his comments about trying to maintain a work/life balance for himself and for his coaches, I don’t think he would be an NFL head coach. Hearing him talk about the demands of being a college coach and his description of an NFL coach’s possible schedule, I now don’t see him leaving for the NFL. I imagine he has talked to Steve Spurrier about his experience, as well as other people around the league about the grind an NFL head coaching job is. Do you imagine he will stay a long time at OU? I certainly know that president Boren and Joe C. won’t ever tell Bob to leave, but I don’t see Bob ever leaving OU for the NFL. Now it’s just a matter of how much longer he’ll be around. Does he want to leave on a high note or when his kids are through high school?” I agree that Stoops isn’t likely for the NFL. Now, he could get his fill of coaching, but I don’t see any signs of that just yet. If I was guessing, I’d say Stoops would stay in Norman at least through his kids getting out of high school. His twin sons are in middle school. So that’s another five years or so. David: “The Sooners’ most dreaded disease is the crippling acquirement of the Three and Out. It was well demonstrated against Texas. Best drive and consistency emerged in the long drive against Texas Tech, keeping the Raiders off the field. You think that’s a winning formula?” I think it’s the only formula against Baylor. Run the ball. Control the clock. Keep Baylor’s offense on the sideline. Frustrate Bryce Petty. I see no other way to win. Johnny: What is the status on Kendal Thompson? Is he over his injury or is he still rehabbing? And what about Cody Thomas? I know he is redshirt, but I was wondering what you think his future potential is. Starter in a year or two?” Thompson is ready to play. I have no idea about Cody Thomas and I would be stunned if anyone else did either. Melvin wrote about Big 12 titles being harder or easier in recent years to win: “Harder or easier? With Nebraska, Missouri and Texas A&M gone?” It’s a valid point. Parity has come to the Big 12, but when solid football schools like Mizzou, A&M and Nebraska leave, you’d think OU and Texas would clean up even more. But no. CLINT CHELF T.J.,: “Glad you don’t coach. ‘Putting Chelf in against Tech is the wrong decision.’ Brilliant! As usual, you look like a complete ass. Keep your day job. Don’t go into coaching!” Actually, playing Walsh would have been the proper move against Tech. I would keep Chelf this week, because Chelf played well against Tech, but a few things to remember. 1. Chelf still completed just 53 percent of his passes against Tech. 2. Chelf was the beneficiary of a new tailback and a cohesive offensive line. Against Iowa State, OSU went to Des Roland at tailback, plus had some continuity with the line for the first time. Chelf still played poorly. Things came together against Tech. Bill: “How about an apology to Clint Chelf??” For what? I didn’t say anything wrong. I said Walsh should start at Tech. And I’m not convinced I was wrong. Nikki: “I think it is awful the way that you bash this young man. I have read your articles for years now and you seem to have a very negative edge to your writings, especially toward Mike Gundy. I have even noticed this attitude in many of your OU articles also. I suggest that you take a step back and read some of your pass articles and review your style of writing from previous years. I enjoyed them then but do not now. There has been a long time rumor that you had some issues with the Gundy family years ago. Is this still an issue with them? Do you take it out on some of his players because you do not like the Gundy family? I feel very sorry for the Chelf kid because of your negative writings about him. This is twice that you have lashed out on him in the newspaper. . He seems to be the best quarterback that OSU has at this time. He seems to be doing his best and working hard trying to make this team successful! Why do you keep pounding this kid over and over again with your words? Maybe you are just getting old like the rest of us and need to work on being more upbeat now. Take a look at yourself, Barry. If you are struggling with negative issues in your life, there are some great medicines out there to help you. Try it. You might like yourself more. Maybe your readers will like you again.” I’ve got no problems with the Gundys. I’ve been writing about Mike since 1984. His old man gets mad at me from time to time, but I don’t pay any attention to it. Here’s what I like. Quarterback who complete passes to their own team. That’s why I favor Walsh over Chelf. And as for that old part, speak for yourself. Bob: “Do you think Clint Chelf is back and for real?” I think Chelf is about like he’s always been. He can make some plays. He also can get you beat. Fred: “OK! What you got say now about Clint Chelf? How he was the wrong move, I believe he proved he can compete with the best QBs. Not the greatest QB at OSU but can get the job done when needed!” Here’s what I’ve got to say. Where were all you Chelf supporters before the game? Know how many emails I got before the game, chastising me for saying OSU should go with Walsh? Zero. Zero. There was no faith in OSU or Chelf. None. I don’t listen to yapping from people who think they’re soothsayers because they wait until after the game is over to say what should have been. Michelle: “Obviously you are so blatantly anti-OSU that you cannot even report your own statistics correctly! According to your own stats, Chelf has twice completed MORE THAN 70% of his passes in his eight career games; one game in which he had more than 77% completed passes!” Do you guys understand my lot now? Chelf has completed more than 59 percent of his passes twice in eight games, and that’s supposed to be a sign that he’s the proper choice at quarterback. We’ve got a lot of educating to do. Paul: “You do not owe Clint Chelf an apology for suggesting J.W. Walsh start or at least play significantly against Texas Tech, due to his below average passing abilities. He still has below average passing abilities, (see two picks, 1 for 6), but he is one thing you did not mention, unflappable. The kid makes a costly mistake and he’s contrite on the sideline but his body language never changes. Just go back out and try again. Honestly I still think he is learning the nuances of reading defenses. Pretty late date to do that but he still has very mixed game experience. Some NFL QBs take several years at the outset of their careers to learn to properly read a defense. Chelf doesn’t have the arm or savvy to make it in the NFL, but he is passable (pun intended) for a college QB. Roland is the best downhill runner I have seen at OSU in many years. Not as fast as DeMarco Murray, or strong as Adrian Peterson, but the kid gets some of the same results as those two great ‘north-south ‘ runners.” Actually, not only did I refer to Chelf’s unflappability, I used the exact word “unflappable.” Greg: “You’re wrong on the OSU QB situation. Chelf should have started all along. Now, he has to work out the cobwebs. The Cowboys have no chance with Walsh…nada, none, zippo, zero. With Chelf, OSU has a fighting chance. Actually, I think OSU is going to screw up a lot of things. I believe Tech (in Lubbock) will defeat Texas and OSU will finish them off in Austin. They will be massacred in Waco. Good bye Mack. An interim will coach a bowl game.” Give Greg credit. He wrote this email before the OSU-Tech game. I can respect that. But UT-Tech is in Austin, not Lubbock, and that game comes after OSU-Texas. THUNDER Chris: “My opinion is that the Thunder is wise to avoid the luxury tax this season because doing so would make it more difficult to re-sign Kevin Durant. If the Thunder became a tax paying team this season, they would face the repeater tax after the 2015-16 season. That’s the same time Durant’s current contract expires. I believe he’s less likely to stay in OKC if it looks like those next four years will be dedicated to rebuilding. If the Thunder waits until next season to go into the luxury tax, when it comes time to re-up, Durant knows he has at least one more season with Westbrook, Ibaka and Adams. Those are four players you can, hopefully, win a ring with. I think Sam Presti is wiser to make that argument.” This seems clear. The Thunder is headed for the luxury tax next season and the year after. The repeater penalty, which is really punitive, kicks in if you go into the tax three times in four years. So the Thunder is wise to stay out of it in 2013-14. William: “Does Sam Presti draft better than he trades? Sam trades good for draft choices. But when it comes to trading for NBA horse flesh, no thank you. I’d rather have Jeff Green at this point over Perk. KD fell in his lap. He drafted Russell Westbrook, Serge, Harden.. He drafted too smart with Harden; couldn’t afford him in Stockyard City. People continue to second guess that choice. It’s not Brooklyn and Prokhorov, it’s OKC and Bennett. He knows what the small town market will bear and how deep Clay Bennett’s pockets are. Stick with drafting, that’s his forte. Sam could use a good Lieutenant in the front office…a counter weight. I’d already trade in Perkins for Steven Adams. I’m amazed that Scottie is giving him playing time. He never gives rookies playing time. Maybe his hand is being forced?” Wait a minute. I know Perkins is becoming damaged goods, and his days are numbered. But do you have any idea how good that trade was? The minute Perkins arrived, OKC’s culture changed. All that talk about defense became actuality. The Thunder became an NBA contender because of the Perkins trade. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Bernie: “Reading your blog regarding the Ames, Iowa, trip, it occurred to me that Montana and North Dakota State have been dominant teams at the Division I FCS level for years. North Dakota State is currently ranked No. 1. Why do you think teams like Minnesota, since you mentioned St. Paul, and Iowa State have struggled so much at the FBS level to reach success? Just cannot recruit enough speed from the southern tier of states to the American north needed to compete at the FBS level? Interesting to think about the FCS and FBS success differences in the American north.” Hmm. That’s worth thinking about. Yes, Iowa State and Minnesota have struggled. But Ohio State and Michigan have flourished. Yes, Alabama and LSU have dominated. Mississippi State and South Carolina, not so much. So I looked at all the I-AA champions. North Dakota State twice in a row, Eastern Washington, Villanova, Richmond, Appalachian State thrice in a row, James Madison, Delaware, Western Kentucky, Montana, Georgia Southern twice in a row, UMass, Youngstown State, Marshall, well, that’s enough. A good cross section of north and south. Moreso than in I-A. Maybe speed is the reason. Tivis: “When you see certain sports teams, you always know what their uniforms will look like. Everyone knows what the Oklahoma Sooners. New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Alabama Crimson Tide and Texas Longhorns will be wearing. But it is a surprise every time you see the OSU Cowboys, Baylor Bears, Houston Astros, Oregon Ducks, Maryland Terrapins and others as far as their uniforms. Does it have something to do with some being traditional winners and some, maybe, not being such traditional winners?” It has everything to do with recruiting ballplayers. The younger generation loves the contemporary looks. I think you’ll see the Oklahomas and the Alabamas going more and more in that direction. OSU FOOTBALL Don: “Hope OSU has convinced you by now with the Texas Tech dominance. They are peaking at right time! Every week improving, especially since Roland’s running and offensive line are coming together. The quarterback’s iffy, but has great leadership. Chelf has passed Walsh because of leadership and running ability. Great team and coaching leadership as well. Defense solid and getting better. I was impressed with the physicality of this team on both sides of ball. Let’s hope OU wins Thursday and have two Oklahoma teams in the running.” It certainly was a big-time performance in Lubbock. Maybe the Pokes are peaking. However, I don’t think Chelf is playing over Walsh because of leadership. I think Chelf is playing because of arm strength. Tim: “One thing I noticed besides the superior offensive line play against Tech (every play, just about, we knocked them off the line), is that Glenn Spencer and the defensive coaches make really good halftime adjustments. Against the better opponents, note the two halves point differential.” OK, I noted it. Throwing out the Lamar and Texas-San Antonio games, OSU has outscored foes 98-48 in the second half. Iowa State and Texas Tech, particularly, have been second-half dominations. Del: “OSU’s recent record in Texas and vs. Texas schools looking dominant. Since 2010, games in Texas and/or against Texas schools: 17-2. Conference road games in Texas since 2009: 9-1. Overall vs. A&M, Texas, Baylor, Tech and TCU since 2009: 15-3. I love this stuff. John: “I know the Cowboy fans are beating you up a bit after the weekend’s articles, but I’m one fan that appreciates your candor and unbiased reporting. I’ve always felt the biggest problem with the offense is not necessarily the QB but the tweaks and changes in either routes/QB reads or something to do with getting away from the detail of the Holgorsen offense. Way too many throws to the wrong spot, broken routes, poor timing, etc. I saw it vividly in the spring game and had concerns. This was not as evident against Tech because of the run game success, but against better fronts I still have my concerns. Have to give the coaches and players credit for great adjustments and a really nice win that not many including myself really expected.” Ah, an admission that a win was not expected in Lubbock. That’s good. That’s really good. I, too, wonder if they’ve gotten away a little much from the Holgorsen offense. It’s possible the answer is no. It’s possible that what you did with Brandon Weeden, you can’t do with others. That’s a good one to keep an eye on. Greg: “Good article tonight giving Chelf praise, when your last article was saying Walsh should be the QB. Not ripping on you. I didn’t see this performance coming either. But game balls should go out to Glenn Spencer and the defense. Bill Young’s firing looked like a wise move then and tremendous move now.” Spencer is doing a heck of a job, there’s no doubt about that. Edward: “Just checked into my hotel from the game today and read your article re Chelf. As a Sunday morning QB, I don’t disagree too much with what you wrote. What irritates me the most about you and most (all??) OKC media is your constant measurement of teams on how they play OU. You guys didn’t give us a chance because the Red Raiders played your vaunted Sooners head up last week. Earth to Berry and all other OKC media, this isn’t the 1970s, and your Sooners are an average to good team in the top 25. And so are the Cowboys. Coach Gundy has the Pokes playing at a higher level. I will say based on what Chelf was able to accomplish today, (leading his team to a huge win in a hostile environment) he was very impressive. Oh, and I can’t wait to see Thomas Lott, the Selmons, and Little Joe Washington, lead by Cecil Cemara, venture into Boone Pickens this year….Oh wait – this is 2013. Silly OKC press.” Silly OKC press? How about silly fans who have a 2×4 stuck up their butt. The reason everyone picked Tech to win was not because Tech played OU tough, but because OSU’s offense had been mediocre all season. I think OSU will beat OU in Stillwater this season. But before Cowboy fans get too fancy-pantsed, remember that OSU has beaten OU once in the last 10 meetings. That’s the same ratio as in the ’70s. Ron, talking about a small contingent of OSU fans in Lubbock: “I wouldn’t be to hard on them for this trip. I know Tech grads that won’t even go to games in Lubbock because of the way their fans treat visitors. There was some of that on Tech’s trip to Norman even.” Tech students have that reputation. But I didn’t know it applied to all Tech fans. Danny: “I don’t blame OSU fans for not going to Tech. I went a few years ago and don’t care to go back. They are the worst hosts I have ever seen. No telling what they would be like if they won. They rank right up there with Mississippi State baseball fans. If you don’t know about them, ask Gary Ward.” Do you realize it’s been 26 years since the Anthony Blackmon incident? The OSU centerfielder dropped his pants and mooned Mississippi State fans, who had been hurling racial slurs at him during the NCAA Mideast Regional. We’ve come a long way. Bill: “College football is not my specialty, but your article made me wonder. Who made the worse decision this year about the OSU quarterback position: Lunt or Gundy?” Gundy. Letting Lunt leave because his future wasn’t clear? Horrible decision. Lunt clearly had the most upside of the three OSU quarterbacks.\ REDSKINS David: “I’ve been sitting on the fence with regards to the controversy surrounding the Washington Redskins and the movement towards name change. So much of what passes for people being upset today is hyperventilated political correctness –everyone is insulted by everything. But your article has allowed me to see it for what it is and it is hard to argue otherwise. And, yes, just because something always has been doesn’t make it forever acceptable. Perhaps as a nation of people, we are maturing and learning to be more sensitive to the feelings of others. It is now the time to change the name. Thanks for the excellent article which gives us better “insight” from both you and Mr. Tsotigh.” Don’t worry. The detractors are coming. Bill: “By your logic in saying the name Redskins is an inappropriate name for an NFL football team, I suggest you should be just as indignant about the name Oklahoma Sooners. After all, the Sooners were criminals who illegally jumped the gun for the Land Run. So shouldn’t we be ashamed of idolizing a football team the goes by that name. If that isn’t enough, we should be even more ashamed of the name Oklahoma. After all, it’s translation in Choctaw means ‘red people.’ So we are guilty of being politically incorrect with the demeaning state name of Oklahoma, certainly nothing we should be proud of. Being ‘nudged’ into being politically correctness is simply giving way to the people and ideology whose goal is to control people’s minds.” Is that the best you’ve got? Rather than discuss the issue of whether Indians are being degraded, turn it into this kind of nonsense? David: “Susan Shown Harjo of the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) has been quoted as saying, ‘the use of ANY stereotype in the portrayal of Indians is considered … to be contributory to their dehumanization and deracination.’ The Washington Redskins are just the beginning, Mr. Tramel. If Daniel Snyder caves, how long do you think it will take Native American advocacy groups to go after the Atlanta Braves, Cleveland Indians, Chicago Blackhawks or the Golden State Warriors? Although they would never admit it, I suspect the owners of the before mentioned franchises hope that Snyder doesn’t relent because they know they’ll be next in the crosshairs! Besides, how much do you feed the beast of hyper-sensitivity and political correctness?” You’re probably right. The Braves and the Blackhawks probably hope the Redskins keep their name. If there’s a team out there called Redskins, someone else is at the front of the line. Yenna: “Thank you for you column concerning the Washington Redskins football team and your stated opinion on the subject. However, I find it ironic that an individual with such deep roots in Oklahoma would inject themselves in an argument over a perceived offensive nickname given to a private organization. The very meaning of the word Oklahoma coming from the Choctaw language means ‘Red People.’ Is the term ‘Redskin’ somehow equally or more offensive than ‘Red People?’ Is it that when one hears the term ‘Oklahoma’ they don’t immediately think of ‘Red People.’ Perhaps the state gets away with veiled racism because the offensive name is disguised by a foreign language. Maybe Washington could simply disguise the ‘Redskins’ nickname using a foreign language like Spanish. The team could call themselves the Washington ‘Piel Rojas.’ That doesn’t sound nearly as offensive. I would suggest you lead the way in Oklahoma by demanding the state as a government entity, change their offensive name before making like demands on a profitable private business. For the record, I am neither a supporter or fan of the Redskins nor the State of Oklahoma.” Piel Rojas. I like it. I like it a lot. David: “The state’s name is derived from the Choctaw words okla and humma, meaning ‘red people.’ Bit ironic that a sportswriter from Oklahoma would comment on other people using the words red skin. People who live in glass houses, etc, etc. You also forgot to mention that before each and every Florida State University home football game, a half naked Caucasian dressed like a clownish Seminole Indian rides a horse to midfield and throws a spear into the ground. Not only does the Seminole Tribe not complain about this insensitive performance, but believe it or not, the Seminole Tribe of Florida actually condones it. Max Osceola, the chief and general council president of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, has stated that he regards it as an ‘honor’ to be associated with the university.” I didn’t mention it because I didn’t want to write 50,000 words on the subject, which I could have. I have written about the Seminoles/Florida State relationship, which is a huge point of contention in the Indian community. But all this Oklahoma/red people argument. Please. Come up with something better. Ryland: “Thank you for writing the opinion piece on the use of the above word. I was born in 1949 so I have had the opportunity to see things change in word usage as you stated. When I was young people who were ignorant called me blanket ass, chief (I am not one ), redskin and other offensive names. When people ask me now why I am offended, I try and explain but am sometimes met with ‘that’s stupid.’ I finally started doing this. It is like calling an African American a N… That sometimes gets their attention. It would be nice if the African American football players in the NFL and college would join in the protest. My great grandfather, war chief Tabananica (hears the sun rising ) was a prisoner of war of the United States and was locked up in Fort Marion, Fla., for 14 years. He gave my family our Comanche name. It is not Redskin. Thank you again for focusing attention on this very offensive name.” That’s what is known as a primary source. Chance: “No mention of the Wynnewood Savages in today’s article? I think you could make the case that nickname is much worse and degrading than ‘Redskins’ has ever been. Any thoughts?” I agree. I didn’t want to take on every issue, but I completely agree. Kurt: “But when did you think it was offensive? Not until the ‘I’m offended by everything’ crowd told you, right? I have an aunt named Gay who is 80. No one thought that name was offensive until the homosexual crowd co-opted the word. Sometimes old definitions are just old and need to be redefined.” I thought it was offensive 20something years ago. That’s when I first wrote a column about it. I think it was at the Norman Transcript. I worked there until 1991. Pat: “My Webster dictionary says a Redskin is ‘an American Indian.’ No more no less. Maybe your dictionary is a politically correct addition. As a certified American Indian, I find nothing offensive in the name Redskin unless that redskin is a robber, thief, murderer, etc. I suggest you look in ‘your dictionary’ and look up ‘Caucasian Sportswriter.’ You might find ‘noun, a honkey without ownership or investment poking their nose into other peoples business. Often a characteristic of having the need to fill up space with nothing to write.’” I promise. The more my detractors talk, the better they make my case. Eric: “I disagree with your assessment on the Redskin name. You failed to mention that the term was derived by the Indians themselves to delineate themselves from the white man. It was a term of pride for them. The term was not a white man’s term used as a slur. You forgot to mention that or you didn’t do your research. It’s obviously a name of pride for the Redskins, and always has been. It’s saying they’re tough, brave. It’s not a slur. How many teams call themselves disparaging names? Oklahoma Idiots? Dallas Dummies? You may find a few silly names, but very, very few disparaging nicknames are out there. All you’ve really done is fall in line with activists that are trying to guilt our ‘white society’ into feeling sorry for them, when the truth is that the term is a term of pride. Most of their race agrees with that. It’s the easy way out just being an appeaser. Lame on your part, and an intellectual copout.” Here’s where Eric is wetter than a car wash. Redskin is not a source of pride. And here’s how you know. Like I wrote, the term is out of use except as a mascot for a sport team. Chief? Brave? Even warrior? We still use those terms. No one – Indians, whites, no one – uses redskin. No one. It’s not a source of pride. It’s a racial slur. Doug: “I found it interesting that after reading your article this morning, I watched the Today Show. They were interviewing all the stars from the new movie Last Vegas. One subject that they talked about was ‘political correctness’ because Hallmark took out the word ‘gay’ in ‘don we now in gay apparel’ to ‘don we now in fun apparel.’ They all agreed Hallmark was basically being stupid. Morgan Freeman also made an interesting comment. He said we HAVE gone too far with PC and gave the example that suddenly he is called an ‘African’ as in African American. Mr. Freeman said, ‘I’m not African. I am not from Africa.’ I could not possibly care less about WashingtonDC’s team changing their team name or not changing their team name, but I am tired of everyone forcing political correctness down my throat. We have gotten so thin skinned in our society, it’s ridiculous.” The biggest problem with political correctness is when people use it as an excuse to never change anything. It becomes an automatic fallback position. Oh, that’s just political correctness. The same kind of thinking was used to fight against women’s suffrage and civil rights and all kinds of issues. It wasn’t always called political correctness, but it always was about the same thing. Keeping the status quo. Gary: “My name is Gary Pratt, and I am the Chairman of the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma. I would like to thank you for your concern and article. Thank you for acknowledging the fact that Redskin is a racial slur and is unethical and unacceptable in today’s society. It is a subject that has long been detested by our people, yet our voices seem to go unheard by those of higher authority. Let’s hope and pray the governor, and representatives from our state government, have read your article, and receive the motivation to go out and make a difference.” Glad to help Paul: “Your commentary today is spot-on. Offensive = Offensive. Change the name. But I want to approach the debate from a biological prospective. From the time of Aristotle, Linnaeus, Darwin, etc., critical thinkers were trying to put all of life into some manageable box to make sense of nature. For example, Canis lupus is a wolf. Canis familiaris is a domesticated dog. Within any species of life, there will be shown some differences = Unique and Distinct. All of life which is critical for survival. Biologists have a hard enough time to put all of life into a simple box. The idea that race is even used is crazy regarding Homo sapiens and out of the realm on biologists. Is there a difference between a German Shepard and a Poodle? Yes….but they are the same species capable of interbreeding = they are the same. When is the last time you heard someone in the grocery store ask what race of pepper (Capsicum annuum) you bought. Bell Pepper, Jalapeno, Cayenne??? These plants are in the same species, just unique and distinct. So to make a distinction among humans (i.e. Redskins, Polish Americans, etc.) is not logical from a biological prospective. I had fun talking about leeches in my class this week. Maybe the Washington Redskins can rename themselves the Washington D.C. Leeches (all pun intended).” I think we’ve stumbled upon an intellectual. Who knew they existed in this forum? Stan: “As usual, great read this morning. In total agreement with you. When you said …”I’d give you examples, but it’s not even decent to list them,” I really, really wish you could have. But part of the irony of the subject is that due to our nation’s history, you would have been castigated for just giving a few examples, where I, as an African American, have no such burden….at least where disparaging names concerning us are concerned. Can you imagine the uproar names like the Douglass Jigs, Coons, Spear Chuckers, etc. would have caused? It’s an issue the resolution of which is long overdue.” It is interesting that the use of such words has made discussion more difficult. I guess that’s not a terrible tradeoff. I’d rather talk around such words than have to hear them in regular conversation. Jim: “Your column was spot on. Want to get the name changed? Challenge the tax free status of the team. Change the name or lose their non-profit status. An organization that is formed solely for the purpose of playing professional football should not enjoy tax free status while it’s very name incites bigotry and slander.” Do the Redskins have tax-free status? I’m no expert. But that’s basically what the NCAA has done, threatening various status for schools that won’t change nicknames perceived to be offensive. Nick: “No argument – the term Redskin is defined as disparaging and offensive. But a couple of questions come to mind. 1. The Washington NFL team has been the Redskins since 1932. So why has the controversy boiled to the top now? 2. Are we now going to go after all the collegiate and high school sports teams with American Indian names? There aren’t many collegiate teams left with these kinds of names, but Wikipedia lists too many high schools with American Indian names to count. They are broken down by specific names and 91 of them are Redskins. Looks like this argument will continue forever.” I don’t know when the Redskin debate started, but like I said, I know it’s at least 20 years old. Wouldn’t surprise me if it was much older than that. I actually cut the Washington Redskins much more slack than I do colleges and high schools. Snyder is a free enterprise businessman. He can do whatever he wants. A public high school or university should be held to higher standards. Jeff: “Loved your piece on the Redskins and completely agree with you. I think we could start right now and right here by getting the Daily Oklahoman journalists to stop using the term from here on out and simply refer to them as ‘Washington’ in their articles. And tell everyone what you’re doing and why. What do you think? Would the paper’s leadership support/stand behind this? If you’re serious, I challenge you with this next step.” Interesting idea. The Portland Oregonian, San Francisco Chronicle and Kansas City Star, I’ve been told, have taken that step. It might be a good idea. On the other hand, the biggest impact would be if networks engaged in the practice. The trouble is, the networks and the NFL are contractual partners, so that would be dicey. Bill: “Been waiting a long time for you to weigh in on the issue. Thanks for your article today. Yes, you’re right. Some names are fine. Lots of people can be Warriors, Chiefs, and Braves. It’s those like “Savages” or those with caricatures like Cleveland’s. With those, I say, ‘Keep the names. Just change the image.’ How long would the names last if we replaced the image of any other ethnic group? Hispanics, Blacks, Asians, and yes, even Whites.” I’ve long wondered why some teams held onto the imagery. For instance, OCU, which changed from the Chiefs to the Stars back in the ‘90s. OCU could have kept Chiefs, just change the imagery. Lots of people are chiefs. Not just Indians in full headdress. Mary: “As the mother of two children (adults) who are Native American, I thank you for your article. They both hate the name.” Actually, the whole debate is silly. Redskins? Really? In 1943, maybe. In 2013, you’ve got to be kidding. Greg: “I think there is one angle your story failed to address. If American Indians are so offended by the name Redskins, would it not make sense that they (and other like-minded people) would pool their funds and make Daniel Snyder an offer to purchase the team? Then, they could change the name to something they find more suitable. Seems like too often, people enjoy standing on the sidelines and telling everyone else how to run their own business, but run away from the opportunity to ‘put their money where their mouth is.’” Daniel Snyder wouldn’t sell. Jacob: “I appreciate your support in recognizing the outdated notion that this racial slur in some way ‘honors’ our people. I know you will get some flack from those who say that we are overly sensitive, but your statement will draw support from rational American Indian people who recognize that, by taking one step at a time, we might begin to eradicate those symbols of bigotry that seem benign on the surface but lead to other more insensitive and inappropriate stereotypical images of our people. You have taken the moral high ground and that could lead to other more impactful changes as progress continues to change our attitudes. As Dr. King stated, the arc of the moral universe is long but it bends towards justice.” One step at a time. Those might be the most important words in that email.
The Oklahoman's writers and others provided live coverage of Friday's games, including Edmond North-Midwest City, Edmond Santa Fe-Edmond Memorial and McGuinness-Guthrie via Twitter.
Recap: Friday's Week 9 high school football games
Nov 1, 2013@Shadid13 6:59 p.m. One minute from kick for McGuinness at 5A No. 1 Guthrie. #OKPreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:00 p.m. Here at Cougar Stadium for Keys & Jay tonight in District 3A-7. Both need to win to have any chance at the playoffs. #okpreps @jacobunruh 7:01 p.m. Edmond Memorial will receive. #OKPreps @TreyHunter87 7:02 p.m. Here at Evans Field in Harrah for the Douglass Trojans vs Harrah Panthers District 4A-2 matchup. #okpreps pic.twitter.com/YYiSOP3FQv @jacobunruh 7:02 p.m. Edmond Memorial's Waylan Anderson takes the opening kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown. #OKPreps @TreyHunter87 7:03 p.m. Harrah's O-Line and running backs going through pre-game warm ups. #okpreps pic.twitter.com/a9QSLgb1j9 @TreyHunter87 7:04 p.m. The Douglass Trojans getting ready for their matchup with the Harrah Panthers. #okpreps pic.twitter.com/1sGAh75oOF @TreyHunter87 7:05 p.m. It's Senior Night in Harrah. Family members getting ready for pre-game ceremonies. #okpreps pic.twitter.com/JXyhrbFYpt @CorbinHosler 7:05 p.m. Some good news for Norman High - Dupree Young was able to start tonight despite initially being ruled out. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:05 p.m. Pass picked off by Midwest City on the first drive of the game. One of many big defensive plays to come in this game, I suspect #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:06 p.m. Lawton Ike strikes first. They lead PCN 7-0 #OkPreps @EyeAmTruth 7:08 p.m. Moore running it down Norman North's throat early in game. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:09 p.m. Here at Poteau. Great night for 4A-4 football as the Pirates (7-1, 4-1) face Broken Bow (1-7, 0-5). Pirates seek to stay in 1st. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:10 p.m. Douglass features 2 players in The Oklahoman's Super 30 including No. 3-DE Deondre Clark. Clark has committed to LSU. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:12 p.m. Douglass OT Mildren Montgomery is The Oklahoman's No. 18-ranked player in the Super 30. Montgomery has committed to Texas Tech. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:12 p.m. All the #okpreps updates in one place on the NewsOK live article newsok.com/article/3900067 @jacobunruh 7:13 p.m. Memorial's Justin Marcha is punting for the third straight play. Penalties keep causing him to rekick. #OKPreps @ShawneeSports 7:13 p.m. Shawnee 7 Tulsa Hale 0 8:24 in 1st. #OKPreps #shawneesports @jacobunruh 7:13 p.m. Justin Marcha's third punt was the best of the three. Downed on the 5. #OKPreps @pcnorthblogger 7:14 p.m. PCN answers back with a 95 yard drive ending with a TD pass from Sparks to Fuller. 7-7 with 6:16 in the 1st. #okpreps @NLivingstonTLC 7:15 p.m. Lawton High quarterback Dallas Sealey @DallasSealey taken off on stretcher after bad hit. #okpreps @Derek_Brown_MT 7:18 p.m. Lawton's Dallas Sealey taken off the field on a stretcher. He took a very big hit. #OKpreps @Creek_Football 7:18 p.m. Caden Sander to Noah McGraw for another DC score!! DC 14 NWC 0 8:12 1st #okpreps @HSFootballOK @OKCPS_Athletics 7:18 p.m. 34 yard pass for TD puts OK Centennial up 14-0 over Star Spen. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:18 p.m. Edmond North's Trevor Moore with a 32-yd FG and a 3-0 lead on Midwest City with 4:26 left in the first quarter #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:18 p.m. Douglass enters the game 7-1 overall, 5-0 in district. The Trojans sit atop 4A-2 (T-Ada), their lone loss coming to Millwood. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:19 p.m. The Oklahoman has Douglass ranked No. 3 in 4A behind Anadarko and Wagoner. #okpreps @jacobunruh 7:20 p.m. Edmond Memorial's Luke Booker scores on a 1-yard keeper to increase lead against Santa Fe to 14-0 with 3:42 left in 1st. #OKPreps @Derek_Brown_MT 7:21 p.m. Lawton's Jack Meservy's first play was a 37-yd TD pass to Kalin Sadler. Lawton leads Mustang 6-0, 7:55 1st. #OKpreps @Shadid13 7:21 p.m. Kai Callins 1-yd run puts Guthrie on the board first. Guthrie 7, McGuinness 0 w/ 1:02 remaining in first. #OKPreps @TreyHunter87 7:22 p.m. Harrah enters the game 5-3 and 4-1 in district. The Panthers' lone district-loss came to Ada last week. #okpreps @NLivingstonTLC 7:23 p.m. Hearing it's just a sore neck and the trip to the hospital is precautionary only for Dallas Sealey #okpreps @Sapulparadio 7:24 p.m. 75 yard td pass for BA. 8:04. 7-7 with Sapulpa and Broken Arrow. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:24 p.m. Poteau's senior class joins the three Pirate captains, all seniors, for the coin toss. #okpreps @GroveSunSports 7:24 p.m. At the end of the 1st quarter Grove and Central are scoreless #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:25 p.m. 1st TD against Metro since Wk 1. RT @JWP74 Claremore sequoyah 6 metro christian 0. 1:02 q1. Daniel moniz 2 run. Kick blocked. #okpreps @JWP74 7:25 p.m. Claremore sequoyah 6 metro christian 0. 1:02 q1. Daniel moniz 2 run. Kick blocked. #okpreps @murrayevans 7:26 p.m. Duncan takes 7-0 lead over Del City on 2 yd TD run by Connor Kelly. #okpreps @jacobunruh 7:26 p.m. Edmond Santa Fe just can't get going offensively without Justice Hansen. #OKPreps @EyeAmTruth 7:27 p.m. Lawton High leads Mustang 6-0 over Mustang #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:27 p.m. Broken Bow will be kicking off to Poteau to start the game. #okpreps @Shadid13 7:27 p.m. First quarter ends with Guthrie driving again at the McGuinness 29. Guthrie RB Kai Callins has 75 yards on nine carries. #OKPreps @GHSblueline 7:27 p.m. @ScottWrightOK Guthrie leads McGuinness 7-0 at the end of the 1st quarter #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:28 p.m. Jay has won the toss & deferred. Keys will start with the ball & go right to left on your twitter dial. #okpreps @CorbinHosler 7:28 p.m. Norman High leads Putnam City West 7-0 after one quarter. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:29 p.m. A long punt return sets up a two yard score for Ike. They lead PCN-14-7. #OKpreps @JenksFootball 7:29 p.m. End of 1st - Jenks 3 Bixby 7 #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:29 p.m. Edmond North 3, Midwest City 0 END 1Q #okpreps @Derek_Brown_MT 7:30 p.m. Michael Warren carries in a 31-yd TD run. Lawton leads Mustang 12-0, 4:41 1st. #OKpreps @jacobunruh 7:30 p.m. Edmond Memorial 14, Edmond Santa Fe 0, end 1st. #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:30 p.m. Two Jace Pitchford passes to Jarrett Lowrimore has Poteau past midfield on the opening drive. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 7:31 p.m. Tonight's #OKPreps action is well underway. Here's the link to all the fun! newsok.com/article/3900067 @TreyHunter87 7:32 p.m. Two minutes from kickoff here at Evans Field in Harrah, OK. No. 3-ranked Douglass vs. Harrah Panthers. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:32 p.m. END OF 1: Lawton Ike 14, PC North 7. #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:32 p.m. A 36-yard gain by tailback Roger Barcheers has Poteau in a first-and-goal at the Broken Bow 3. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 7:32 p.m. Edlam after 1: Memorial leads Santa Fe 14-0. @jacobunruh is on the scene. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 7:34 p.m. Class 5A No. 1 Guthrie ahead of McGuinness early 14-0. @Shadid13 has you covered. #okpreps @CorbinHosler 7:35 p.m. Norman's Cade Parker just recorded his 19th sack of the season - a new school record. Tigers lead Putnam City West 14-0 in the 2nd. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:35 p.m. Poteau gets on the board 1st. A 2-yd TD run from Kaydon Evans but a missed 2-point pass keeps Pirates up on Broken Bow 6-0 9:15 1 #okpreps @jacobunruh 7:36 p.m. Santa Fe's Darren Williams with a 10-yard TD run after a big punt return by Malik Earl. PAT missed. Memorial leas 14-6. #OKPreps @TitanTalkSports 7:37 p.m. End of 1st: CA 14, Western Heights 6 #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 7:38 p.m. Edmond North in Midwest City tonight, 3-0 ENHS after 1Q. Follow @ScottWrightOK for the game details. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:38 p.m. Harrah QB Zach Hamblin hooks up with WR Colin Jennings for 29 yards into Douglass territory. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:38 p.m. Poteau forces Broken Bow to punt on the Savages' opening series. Pirates up 6-0 7:45 left in the first quarter. #okpreps @kevininok 7:39 p.m. Hartshorne 7 Vian 0 10:02 1Q #okpreps @CorbinHosler 7:39 p.m. Matt Hockett adds a 44-yard field goal and Norman leads Putnam City West 17-0 with 7 minutes left in the half. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 7:40 p.m. Apache fumbles near midfield and Bo Shelby returns to about Apache 25. Hollis has 1st and 15 on its 20 had TD called back on flag. #okpreps @jacobunruh 7:40 p.m. Memorial's Warren Wand just had a 64-yard TD run called back on a penalty. Man, was it an impressive run, though. #OKPreps @NLivingstonTLC 7:40 p.m. Garrett with a read option TD for Mustang. Cuts Lawton lead to 12-7 with :18 left in 1st. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:41 p.m. Harrah turns it over on downs after an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty put them in a 4th-and-long. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 7:42 p.m. Class 6A No. 3 Lawton leads Mustang 12-7 nearing the end of the first quarter. #okpreps @okprepstv 7:42 p.m. Score Update: Fort Gibson 7, Stilwell 0. 8:40 in the 1st. #okpreps okpreps.tv/?p=1161 @Shadid13 7:42 p.m. McGuinness going to the air last two drives, QB Jacob Lewis is 0 of 6. Drops & high throws, but WRs are open. Trail Guthrie 14-0. #OKPreps @ScottWrightOK 7:42 p.m. Midwest City's KeSean Brown makes one cut and goes 54 yards untouched for a TD. Bombers leading Ed North 6-3 with 7:09 til half #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:43 p.m. Brown was MWC's only offensive threat vs. Yukon last week. Looking the same tonight #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:43 p.m. Douglass goes 3-and-out on their first drive vs. Harrah's defense. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:43 p.m. Poteau TB Roger Barcheers converts on fourth down run to the Broken Bow 31. Pirates driving again, up 6-0. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:43 p.m. Keys goes 3 & out on its 1st possession & punts. #okpreps @EyeAmTruth 7:44 p.m. Quan Hogan socres his 3rd TD with 10:08 left in first half. Norman North leads 20-0 over #Moore #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 7:44 p.m. Hollis returns favor. Fumbles on its own 2. Apache now punting away from its own 12. #okpreps @wfwoodie 7:44 p.m. 6:45 1st QT -- Spiro 7, Roland 0. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:45 p.m. Domeko Doddles just crushed a punt for Douglass. Net of nearly 50 yards. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:45 p.m. Jay then goes 42 yards in 9 plays, capped off by Brandon Weaver's 8yd pass to Hayden Cunningham. Jay leads Keys 7-0, late 1st Q. #okpreps @Shadid13 7:46 p.m. Idae Alexander dances his way to a 24-yd TD run. He's got great feet. Guthrie 20, McGuinness 0 with 4:09 remaining in first half. #OKPreps @Creek_Football 7:46 p.m. Caden Sander keeps it from 5 yards out for the score. DC 35 NWC 0 .57 1st #OKPreps @HSFootballOK @TreyHunter87 7:46 p.m. Every time Harrah throws the ball, they roll away from Deondre Clark. Probably a good idea. #okpreps @BarryLewisTW 7:46 p.m. Mason Farquhar's 1-yard TD sneak gives Union a 14-7 lead, 10:39 2Q. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:47 p.m. DeJuan Shaw picks off an Edmond North pass. MWC in business at the EN 20, leading 6-3 #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:47 p.m. Broken Bow commits two face mask penalties on Poteau's second drive as Pirates are now at the Savage 13. Poteau up 6-0 4:52 1st. #okpreps @EyeAmTruth 7:47 p.m. John Kolar went untouched into endzone. Norman North 27-0 over #moore #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:47 p.m. Ike strikes again, this time a 67 yard TD pass. They lead 21-7 with 7:25 in the 2nd. #OkPreps @jacobunruh 7:48 p.m. Memorial's Luke Booker with a QB sneak for a 1-yard TD run. Bulldogs lead Santa Fe 21-6 with 5 minutes left in half. #OKPreps @TreyHunter87 7:49 p.m. After forcing Harrah to punt, Douglass has now moved into the Panthers' territory on offense. #okpreps @michaelswisher 7:49 p.m. Newcastle's three possessions thus far have resulted in 2 INTs and a 3-and-out. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:49 p.m. After the pick, Midwest City's KeSean Brown goes 20 yds for his second TD of the night. Bombers lead Ed North 13-3 w/4:55 til half #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:50 p.m. Again, Keys punts & Jay answers with a score. Bulldogs score on Christian Duffield's 1-yard run. 14-0 Jay, 1:54 1st Q. #okpreps @oksportsexpress 7:50 p.m. Papi White 3 yard TD run - Seminole leads Cushing 7-0 with 4:31 left in the 1st quarter. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:51 p.m. Poteau finishes off 11-play drive on 3rd down pass from Jace Pitchford to Jarrett Lowrimore from 10 yds. Pitchford PAT 13-0. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 7:52 p.m. Short Apache punt sets up short field. Herrera scores on 9-yd run on 10th play. Hollis 7, Apache 0. 3:00 1Q. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:52 p.m. Douglass forced to punt again by Harrah. Trojans QB Patrick McKaufman is overthrowing his wide-outs tonight. #okpreps @OKCPS_Athletics 7:52 p.m. 50 plus yard pass by Star Spencer for TD. 2pt conversion good. 16-14 Star over OK Cent. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 7:52 p.m. Class 3A Showdown No. 3 Seminole leads No. 5 Cushing 7-0 late in the first quarter. #okpreps @kevininok 7:53 p.m. Vian 7 Hartshorne 7 5:10 1Q #okpreps @wfwoodie 7:53 p.m. Spiro defense calls TO with 1:58 1st QT. Bulldogs lead Roland 7-0, but Rangers have 4th-&-2 at Sprio 3. #okpreps @lcjournal 7:53 p.m. Panama 6, Pocola 0 #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:53 p.m. Harrah picks up their first 1st down after a 10-yard carry by Dak Stephens. #okpreps @1021News 7:53 p.m. Sequoyah 0, Hilldale 6 - end of 1st qtr #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:53 p.m. Ike gets another touchdown, a punt return this time. They lead PCN 28-7. #okpreps @JoeyKey_ 7:53 p.m. Arkoma 25 Wright Christian 0 end 1 #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:56 p.m. Harrah coach Phil Webb elects to go for it on 4th-and-inches at their own 35-yard line. Dak Stephens picks it up, barely. #okpreps @oksportsexpress 7:57 p.m. Class 3A Football: #3 Seminole leads #6 Cushing 7-0 at the end of the 1st quarter. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:57 p.m. At the end of the 1st quarter, Douglass and Harrah are tied 0-0. #okpreps @jacobunruh 7:58 p.m. Michael Farmer forces Jordan Reed to fumble. Santa Fe recovers. #OKpreps @CorbinHosler 7:59 p.m. The Norman defense has scored three touchdowns, and the Tigers lead Putnam City West 38-0 1:30 before halftime. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 7:59 p.m. Harrah ran 20 plays in the 1st quarter compared to Douglass' 10. #okpreps @Shadid13 7:59 p.m. Luis Morales 24-yd field goal ends the first half. Guthrie 23, McGuinness 0. #OKPreps @Tpalmateer83 8:00 p.m. Apache gets first down and is now driving hard. First down on Hollis 18. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 8:00 p.m. Harrah QB Zach Hamblin just hooked up with WR Colin Jennings for 25 yards, into Douglass territory. The duo's 2nd hook-up. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 8:01 p.m. Keys goes 3 & out again, Jay goes 7 plays and scores another TD. This time Derick Shrum runs 4 yds for a TD. 21-0 Jay, 9:45 2nd. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 8:01 p.m. MWC moves inside the Edmond North 10-yd line. KeSean Brown suddenly a workhorse. 11 carries for 107 yards, mostly in 2Q #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:01 p.m. End of the first quarter, Poteau leads Broken Bow 13-0. Sallisaw also up 7-0 on Muldrow in the first. #okpreps @lcjournal 8:02 p.m. Arkoma 25, Wright Christian 0 end of first #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 8:02 p.m. Midwest City misses a 26-yd FG, Edmond North takes over at its 20 with :36 til half #okpreps @kevininok 8:02 p.m. Vian 14 Hartshorne 7 2:19 1Q #okpreps @GHSblueline 8:02 p.m. @ScottWrightOK Guthrie leads McGuinness 23-0 at halftime #okpreps @TreyHunter87 8:02 p.m. Douglass forces Harrah to punt after the nice pass-play. Douglass starting from their own 20 after the touchback. #okpreps @awathletics 8:03 p.m. End of 1st: Anadarko 6, Weatherford 0. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 8:03 p.m. Apache's Jordan Littrell with 24-yd TD run. Wasn't an easy one. Hollis 7, Apache 7. 10:39 2Q. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 8:03 p.m. Panthers commit another turnover. Ike now has the ball on the PCN 19. #OKpreps @jacobunruh 8:04 p.m. Third time is a charm for Michael Farmer, who scores on fourth-and-goal from the 1. Santa Fe trails Memorial 21-13. #OKPreps @ScottWrightOK 8:04 p.m. Midwest City 13, Edmond North 3 HALFTIME #okpreps @mpinedaARD 8:04 p.m. End of first. Lone Grove leads Dickson 13-0. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 8:06 p.m. Ike gets another score. They lead 34-7. #OKPreps @TreyHunter87 8:07 p.m. Douglass QB delivers a beautiful ball, but it's dropped by Isiah Shaputis at Harrah's 45-yard line. Trojans forced to punt. #okpreps @kevininok 8:07 p.m. Good one here in Vian for 2A-6. End of 1Q Vian 14 Hartshorne 7 #okpreps @wfwoodie 8:08 p.m. Bunch hits Eubanks for a 22-yd TD pass at 8:14 of 2nd QT. Roland now leads Spiro 12-7. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 8:08 p.m. Jalen Domebo makes a leaping interception of Gunner Ewing on third and long, returns about 20 yards to Hollis 34. #okpreps @stilwellindians 8:08 p.m. Touchdown Tigers. Fort Gibson leads Stilwell 14-0 with 8:07 left in the first half. #OKPreps @ScottWrightOK 8:09 p.m. The Upsetter suddenly on the other side of the Upset Watch... RT @pcnorthblogger: Ike gets another score. They lead 34-7. #OKPreps @TreyHunter87 8:09 p.m. Deondre Clark just made his first big stop of the game. Met Harrah RB Dylan Queen 5-yards in the backfield and brought him down. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:09 p.m. Poteau has held Broken Bow on downs in two straight series. Pirates get ball back, leading 13-0 8:12 2nd. #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:09 p.m. Edmond Memorial's LaManuel Singleton was ejected earlier. Didn't see what happened. #OKPreps @jacobunruh 8:10 p.m. Memorial leads Santa Fe 21-13 at halftime. #OKPreps @TreyHunter87 8:11 p.m. Clark, a future LSU defensive end, just carried for a 6-yard gain. Versatile. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 8:12 p.m. Bo Shelby with second big play, INTs Apache off tipped ball. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 8:12 p.m. AFter Jay goes up 28-0, Keys gets on the board with a 69yd TD run by Dakota Matlock. It's now 28-6 Jay, 6:27 2nd Q. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:14 p.m. Halftime: Tulsa Kelley 20, Tulsa Memorial 0. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 8:14 p.m. The third Panther turnover in a row leads to yet another Ike touchdown. Ike leads 41-7 with 50 seconds in the 2nd. #OkPreps @OKVarsityScores 8:15 p.m. Halftime: Norman North 28, Moore 2. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 8:15 p.m. Deondre Clark rushes for a 38-yard TD. After a blocked PAT, Douglass leads Harrah 6-0. 5:39 left in the 1st half. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 8:15 p.m. The third Panther turnover in a row leads to yet another Ike touchdown. Ike leads 40-7 with 50 seconds in the 2nd. #OkPreps @CorbinHosler 8:15 p.m. Norman High's defense has scored three touchdowns, and the Tigers lead Putnam City West 38-0 at halftime. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:15 p.m. Nearing Halftime: Lawton Ike leads Putnam North 41-7. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:16 p.m. Poteau extends lead on Broken Bow to 20-0. A 1-yd TD run from Austin Archey in the Archeydozer formation. 6:39 left until half. #okpreps @CorbinHosler 8:16 p.m. In other news, Putnam City North is losing big to Lawton Eisenhower right now. Huge game for the District 6A-3 race. #okpreps @v_dawg 8:16 p.m. End of 1, Stigler 21 Valliant 7 End of 1, Heavener 14 Idabel 7 End of 1, Checotah 14 Eufaula 7 #okpreps @TreyHunter87 8:16 p.m. Deondre Clark burst through the line on that TD run and it was over. Outran everyone on the field. #okpreps @awathletics 8:17 p.m. 9:01 2nd: Anadarko 14, Weatherford 0. RB #5 R.J. Sink with 6 on the ground. 2-pt. conv. good. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:17 p.m. East: 1 loss Poteau (4A No. 9) leads Broken Bow 20-0 in the second quarter. #okpreps @oksportsexpress 8:17 p.m. Cushing stopped on the 6 inch line - Seminole 14 Cushing 0 with 4:19 left in the 2nd quarter. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:17 p.m. Halftime: Norman 38, Putnam West 0. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:18 p.m. Wynnewood leads Wayne 29-0 via @PurcellRegister #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:20 p.m. Kingfisher (3A No. 2) leads Newcastle 21-0 in the second quarter. #okpreps via @michaelswisher @Sapulparadio 8:20 p.m. Half. BA 28 Sapulpa 7. Coleman Key 3 td's. Sam Gottsch 1 TD. #okpreps @stilwellindians 8:20 p.m. 1:40, in the second quarter 22 yard field goal good for FTG, Fort Gibson leads Stilwell 17-0. #OKPreps @kevininok 8:21 p.m. Vian holds on downs after Hartshorne had 1&Goal inside 1. Vian 14 Hartshorne 7 6:23 2Q #okpreps @NLivingstonTLC 8:22 p.m. Halftime: Eisenhower 40, PC North 7 #okpreps @oksportsexpress 8:23 p.m. Papi White 85 yard TD run - Class 3A #3 Seminole 20 #6 Cushing 0 with 3:07 left in the half. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 8:23 p.m. Less than a minute left in the 1st half Harrah is letting the clock drain at the Douglass 41-yard line. Not sure why. 6-0 Trojans. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 8:24 p.m. First really big play comes from Keegan Macias - 54-yd TD run off pitch right. Kick blocked. Hollis 13, Apache 7 with 1:12 in 2Q. #okpreps @ColinDeaver 8:24 p.m. At halftime, Empire leads Velma-Alma 7-6. #okpreps @GroveSunSports 8:25 p.m. At the half Jay leads Keys 28-6 #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 8:25 p.m. At the half, Jay leads Keys 28-6. The Cougars ran only 1 play on Jay's side of the field in the 1st half. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:25 p.m. Sulphur in Purcell holding a 21-0 lead. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 8:25 p.m. HALFTIME: Lawton Ike 40, PC North 7. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:26 p.m. Alva leads Dibble 28-6 nearing halftime. #okpreps via @okiestaterules @TreyHunter87 8:27 p.m. Zach Hamblin and Colin Jennings just hooked up AGAIN. This time for 35 yards. Harrah at Douglass 6-yard line :35 left in 1st half. #okpreps @OKCPS_Athletics 8:27 p.m. 22-0 halftime chickasha over SE. #okpreps @CorbinHosler 8:27 p.m. Lawton Eisenhower up 40-7 on a Putnam City North team that soundly defeated Norman North last week. What? Great news for T-Wolves #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:28 p.m. Halftime: Chickasha 22, Southeast 0. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:28 p.m. Poteau forces fumble on a sack and the Pirates' Austin Archey recovers. Pirates move inside Broken Bow 15 up 20-0 :25 left in 1H. #okpreps @OKCPS_Athletics 8:29 p.m. Halftime. Star Spencer 16 OK Centennial 14. #okpreps @Shadid13 8:29 p.m. Kai Callins takes an option pitch from Reed Roberts, cuts across the field and goes 53 yds for a TD. Guthrie 30, McGuinness 0. #OKPreps @OKCPS_Athletics 8:29 p.m. John Marshall 14-10 over Cassidy, 2nd qtr. #okpreps @1021News 8:29 p.m. Sequoyah 0, Hilldale 37 - 3:31 2nd qtr #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP @Derek_Brown_MT 8:29 p.m. Lawton's Michael Warren has 145 yards in the first half. #OKpreps @Tpalmateer83 8:29 p.m. HALF: Hollis 13, Apache 7. One big play from a tie ballgame. #okpreps @stilwellindians 8:30 p.m. At the half, Fort Gibson 17; Stilwell 0. #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 8:30 p.m. Halftime: Star Spencer 16, Centennial 14. Almost Halftime: John Marshall 14, Casady 10. #okpreps @Just_JD38 8:31 p.m. Zac Hamblin throws TD. Harrah pulls out trick play n converts 2 pt play. Harrah leads 8-6 over Douglass. #OkPreps @TreyHunter87 8:31 p.m. Zach Hamblin hooks up with Blake Freeman for a 5-yard TD pass. Dak Stephens takes in for a good 2-pt try. Harrah leads Douglass 8-6 #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:31 p.m. East: Ft. Gibson 17, Stilwell 0. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 8:32 p.m. #okpreps RT @PurcellRegister: Wynnewood leads Wayne, 35-7. @jacobunruh 8:32 p.m. Halftime may go longer than expected. The band's Senior Night stuff is still going on with time about to run out. #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:32 p.m. Poteau drove near the goal line but fumbled at the Broken Bow 2. Savages run out rest of first half clock. Pirates up 20-0 at 1/2. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:34 p.m. Class 4A: Harrah leads No. 3 Douglass 8-6. Follow @TreyHunter87 for the game details. #okpreps @Shadid13 8:34 p.m. Two impressive plays from Jacob Lewis puts McGuinness on the board. 47-yd TD pass to Braden Roy makes it Guthrie 30, McGuinness 7. #OKPreps @TreyHunter87 8:34 p.m. After the 1st half, Harrah leads The Oklahoman's No. 3-ranked Douglass 8-6. #okpreps @CBlakeColston 8:34 p.m. Halftime: Elgin 14, Piedmont 10. #okpreps @wfwoodie 8:35 p.m. Halftime -- Sprio 14, Roland 12. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 8:36 p.m. Harrah's Zach Hamblin has hooked up with Colin Jennings 3 times for 104 yards. All 3 catches moved Harrah into Douglass territory. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 8:36 p.m. Long Edmond North punt return but the Huskies fumble, MWC gets it back at its 22 #okpreps @KVrska7 8:37 p.m. Anadarko's Josh Parton hauls in 19-yd TD pass from Brandon Pollard. Anadarko 21, Weatherford 0. 1:05 2Q. #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:37 p.m. We are 2 minutes from starting the second half here in Edmond. #OKPreps @lcjournal 8:37 p.m. Panama'a Andy Burris returns interception for touchdown as Razorbacks up lead to 20-0 #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:38 p.m. First-half stats. Poteau has 206 yards of offense, Broken Bow has minus-3 yards, all rushing. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:39 p.m. East: RT @wfwoodie: Halftime -- Sprio 14, Roland 12. #okpreps @NLivingstonTLC 8:39 p.m. Darreyl Patterson returns an INT 55 yards for a Lawton TD. Lawton 26, Mustang 14 10:33 left in 3rd #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:40 p.m. Individual stats for Poteau in the first half: TB Roger Barcheers 11 rushes, 82 yards; QB Jace Pitchford 12-62 rush. 5-14 49 pass. #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:40 p.m. Memorial's James Hutchinson recovers an onside kick to start the half. #OKPreps @ScottWrightOK 8:41 p.m. Finally a big play for the Edmond North offense. Luke Rossi with a 41-yd catch to the MWC 5 on pass from Stephen McClernon #okpreps @Derek_Brown_MT 8:42 p.m. Lawton's Darryl Patterson gets a 57-yd pick six. Adds lead to 26-14 over Mustang, 10:33, 3rd. #OKpreps @kevininok 8:43 p.m. Vian intercepts pass in end zone. Halftime - Vian 14 Hartshorne 7 #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:43 p.m. Santa Fe's Tyler Smith helped off the field. #OKPreps @JenksFootball 8:43 p.m. Handoff to Booty for a JENKS TOUCHDOWN!!! Donley's PAT is good! Jenks 31 Bixby 7 with 6:41 left in 3rd #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 8:45 p.m. Edmond North's Trevor Moore hits again, this one from 37 yards after penalties/sack killed EN drive. MWC leading 13-6 mid 3Q #okpreps @twolvesonair 8:46 p.m. Hogan with his 4th TD and the Timberwolves lead 35-2 in the 3rd quarter #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:47 p.m. Memorial's Mick Mayerske with a 14-yard keeper for a TD. Lead against Santa Fe now 28-13 with 8:51 left in third. #OKPreps @awathletics 8:49 p.m. Half: Anadarko 21, Weatherford 0. #okpreps @NLivingstonTLC 8:50 p.m. Big Ivan Thomas in for a short touchdown for Lawton. Wolverines lead 33-14 over Mustang 7:10 left in 3rd #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 8:51 p.m. Edmond North double pass that would've gone for a long gain (maybe a TD) dropped. MWC leading 13-6, EN ball with 6:09 left in 3Q #okpreps @ShawneeSports 8:51 p.m. Shawnee 49 Tulsa Hale 0 after 3. #okpreps #shawneesports @Shadid13 8:51 p.m. End of third: Guthrie 30, McGuinness 7. #OKPreps @GHSblueline 8:52 p.m. @ScottWrightOK Guthrie leads McGuinness 30-7 at the end of the third quarter #okpreps @TreyHunter87 8:52 p.m. If I have any followers from Harrah, please tell me who lives in the house right in the middle of campus?? #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 8:53 p.m. Edmond North fumbles at the Midwest City 15 #okpreps @TreyHunter87 8:54 p.m. Hey Les Miles and LSU, you guys are getting a pretty good athlete in Deondre Clark next year. Just saying. #okpreps @chrisbrannick85 8:54 p.m. Class 4A: Harrah leads No. 3 Douglass 8-6. Follow @TreyHunter87 for the game details. #okpreps @pantherman01 8:54 p.m. stigler 42 valliant 14 half @HSFootballOK @OKscores @BR_TimesRecord @SportsMuskogee #okpreps @CorbinHosler 8:55 p.m. Norman High leads Putnam City West 48-0 after three quarters. #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:56 p.m. Memorial's Tasden Ingram with a huge interception on memorial's 4. #OKPreps @EyeAmTruth 8:58 p.m. #Southmoore leads Choctaw 21-7. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 8:58 p.m. Jay scores in 3 plays to begin the 3rd quarter. QB Brandon Weaver hits Derick Shrum for a 19yd pass. Jay leads 35-6, 8:14 3rd. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 8:58 p.m. Third Edmond North turnover of the third quarter (5th of game) on muffed punt near midfield. First time this half MWC past 50 #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:58 p.m. Memorial can't capitalize on INT, though, and turns it over on downs. #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:59 p.m. Poteau gets a three-and-out to start the second half. Pirates to get the ball in good field position up 20-0. #okpreps @oksportsexpress 9:00 p.m. Papi White from Seminole has 14 carries for 238 yards and 3 TDs in the 1st half vs Cushing ! #okpreps @okprepstv 9:01 p.m. SCORE UPDATE: Coweta vs Claremore 28-10 Claremore 16 seconds left in the 3rd #okpreps CT okpreps.tv/?p=1148 CZ okpreps.tv/?p=1132 @TreyHunter87 9:01 p.m. Douglass lines up and hands to Deondre Clark on their 1st play. Clark will likely get the majority of the carries in the 2nd half. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:02 p.m. Halftime: No. 3 Seminole 20, No. 5 Cushing 0. Class 3A (2 of 8 undefeateds in top-10). #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:02 p.m. Long punt ret. by Kendrick Hardaway and Broken Bow penalty sets up short TD drive for Poteau. Jace Pitchford 4-yd run. 27-0 8:57 3 #okpreps @wfwoodie 9:02 p.m. Whitfield keeps for 1-yd TD at 7:16 of 3rd QT. Spiro now leads Roland 21-12. #okpreps @BarryLewisTW 9:04 p.m. Carson Meier catches 12-yard TD pass from Farquhar, Union leads 35-14, 7:33, 3Q. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 9:04 p.m. Wow. Keegan Macias strips Apache on kickoff, Herrera takes next play 22 yards for TD. Conv. Good. Hollis 27, Apache 7. #okpreps @stilwellindians 9:04 p.m. 10:12 in the third; Fort Gibson 24; Stilwell 0. #OKPreps @jacobunruh 9:06 p.m. Edmond Memorial leads Edmond Santa Fe 28-13 after three quarters. #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 9:06 p.m. Verdigris 26, Dewey 26. 4th quarter via @garykennemer #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:07 p.m. Harrah's Ryan Gentry with a big sack to Douglass QB Patrick McKaufman. Loss of 10, forces the Trojans to punt. #okpreps @Jarvidus 9:07 p.m. Sand Springs trickeration. WR TD pass from Sitton to Sigmon. Sandites 17 Owasso 7. #okpreps #vypeok #owassofootball @jacobunruh 9:09 p.m. Santa Fe's Darren Williams scores from 8 yards out. Wolves trail Edmond Memorial 28-20 with 11:02 left. #OKPreps @pcnorthblogger 9:09 p.m. End of 3rd: Lawton Ike 40, PC North 7. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:09 p.m. 1:16 left in the 3rd quarter, Jay leads KEys 35-6. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:10 p.m. Douglass' Barry Knight blocks Colin Jennings' punt and recovers in Harrah territory. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 9:10 p.m. Midwest City 19, Edmond North 6 END 3Q #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:10 p.m. 28-10 Elgin leads Piedmont midway through the 3rd. #okpreps via @CBlakeColston @Tpalmateer83 9:12 p.m. Apache goes 65 yards for TD. Domebo with 34-yd TD run. Hollis 27, Apache 14 with 5:33 in 3Q. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:12 p.m. Douglass' Patrick McKaufman hooks up with Dameko Doddles for 13 yards and a big 1st down. Trojans are driving, down 8-6 to Harrah. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:12 p.m. 2 tenths of second left in the 3rd with Jay facing 4th and 3 on Keys' 5-yard line. Bulldogs lead Keys 35-6. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:12 p.m. Poteau scores again as Austin Archey has second 1-yard TD of the night. Pirates lead Broken Bow 34-0 5:05 left in the third. #okpreps @jacobunruh 9:15 p.m. Edmond Santa Fe gets a big three-and-out to get the ball back on own 37 with 9:14 left and 8-pt deficit. #OKPreps @CorbinHosler 9:15 p.m. Norman defeats PC West 48-0 #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:15 p.m. Jay scored on 4th down on WEaver's pass to Kongmong Vang. Jay now leads KEys 42-6, 11:46 4th Q. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:15 p.m. Sallisaw leads Muldrow 21-6 early in the third quarter. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 9:15 p.m. Edmond North moves into MWC territory but forced to punt. MWC ball at its 20 up 19-6 with 10:44 to play #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:15 p.m. Correction: 21-10 Elgin leads Piedmont in 3Q. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:16 p.m. Deondre Clark rushes 15 yrds for his 2nd TD. Anthony Jackson rushes for a good 2pt try. Trojans lead Harrah 14-8, 3:15 3rd. #okpreps @JoeyKey_ 9:16 p.m. Arkoma 46 Wright Christian 12 end 3. #okpreps @jacobunruh 9:17 p.m. Darren Williams nearly scores, but is stopped on the 2 for a 55-yard run. First-and-goal Santa Fe. #OKPreps @Tpalmateer83 9:17 p.m. Huge play. Hollis turns over on downs on Apache 45. #okpreps @SportsMuskogee 9:18 p.m. Puckett to Campbell again for Hilldale, 44-0, 8:57 3rd #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:19 p.m. Harrah's Zach Hamblin hooks up with Dak Stephens for 14 yards and a big 1st down. 1st-and-10 from the 50. #okpreps @MrReynolds12 9:19 p.m. Collinsville wins 20-19 over Pryor! Collinsville will win district 5a-4 if they win there final game in week 10 #okpreps @jacobunruh 9:20 p.m. Memorial's Ben Moore stops Cameron Westbrook inside 1 on fourth down to save TD. Huge, huge play. #OKPreps @Shadid13 9:20 p.m. FINAL: Guthrie 33, McGuinness 7. #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:20 p.m. Poteau TB Roger Barcheers busts 50-yard run to the Broken Bow 10. 2 plays later, he scores from 3 yds out. Pirates up 41-0 1:42 3 #okpreps @wfwoodie 9:20 p.m. End 3rd QT -- Spiro 21, Roland 12 #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 9:21 p.m. End 3Q: Hollis 27, Apache 14. Apache will start with crucial fourth and 2 at Hollis 34. #okpreps @zacksitton 9:21 p.m. Southwest Covenant leads Webbers Falls 48-24 in the start of the 4th quarter! @ScottWrightOK #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:22 p.m. In District 2A-8, Kansas leads Hulbert 47-6 late in the game. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:22 p.m. After 3 quarters, Douglass leads Harrah 14-8. Harrah starts the 4th, 1st-and-10 from the Douglass 39 yard-line. #okpreps @twolvesonair 9:23 p.m. Quan Hogan scores his 6th TD of the night..this one a 71 yard kick return..the Timberwolves now lead Moore 49-8 #okpreps @kevininok 9:24 p.m. Vian goes for it on 4th and inches at own 11 and converts. Vian 14 Hartshorne 7 3:00 3Q #okpreps @jacobunruh 9:24 p.m. Memorial goes three-and-out, punts, Malik Earl fumbles return on 3 into end zone where Memorial's Jake Mammen recovers. Wow. #OKPreps @TreyHunter87 9:24 p.m. Harrah QB Zach Hamblin has a little clutch-factor going for him tonight. Connecting on some big plays. #okpreps @awathletics 9:24 p.m. 10:13 3rd: Anadarko 21, Weatherford 7. #okpreps @RJKeil 9:24 p.m. Clinton @RedTornadoes 54 Cache 0 3rd Qtr. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:25 p.m. Harrah has converted 3 times on 3rd down this drive. 1st-and-10 from the Douglass 25-yard line, down 14-8. #okpreps @Creek_Football 9:25 p.m. Final: Deer Creek 59 Northwest Classen 6 #okpreps @HSFootballOK @BR_TimesRecord 9:25 p.m. End of the third, Poteau leads Broken Bow 41-7. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:26 p.m. 4th Quarter: Seminole still in front of Cushing 20-0. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 9:26 p.m. Edmond North turnover on downs at the MWC 20. Offense ha struggled inside the 30 all night #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:26 p.m. Kingfisher leads Newcastle 45-0 late in the third quarter. #okpreps via @BTrudeUCO @ScottWrightOK 9:27 p.m. Midwest City leading EN 19-6 with 5:19 to play #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:27 p.m. Harrah's Dak Stephens rushes 25 yards for his a touchdown. Officials are discussing something, but TD appears to stand. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:27 p.m. FINAL: Deer Creek breezes past Northwest 59-6. #okpreps @GHSblueline 9:28 p.m. @ScottWrightOK Guthrie beats McGuinness 33-7 #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:29 p.m. Stephens was actually shaken up after the play. Harrah's Kody Holland knocks through the PAT, Harrah leads Douglass 15-14-4th. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:29 p.m. FINAL: Class 5A No. 1 Guthrie def. McGuinness 33-7 via Guthrie News, #okpreps @BarryLewisTW 9:29 p.m. Silmon scores on a 27-yard run, Union leads 49-14, 11:45 left. #okpreps @OKCPS_Athletics 9:29 p.m. OK Centennial with a pick 6 from 40 yds out to extend lead to 35-16 over Star Spen. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:30 p.m. Upset Alert: Harrah leads Class 4A No. 3 Douglass 15-14, 10:05 to play in the game. #okpreps via @Just_JD38 @ScottWrightOK 9:30 p.m. MWC goes 3-and-out, will punt back to Ed North with 3:42 to play. MWC up 19-6 #okpreps @chrisbrannick85 9:30 p.m. Upset Alert: Harrah leads Class 4A No. 3 Douglass 15-14, 10:05 to play in the game. #okpreps via @Just_JD38 @OKVarsityScores 9:31 p.m. Tulsa: Kelley leads Memorial 27-20, 2:38 left. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:31 p.m. Deondre Clark with a 14-yard gain to open Douglass' first drive of the 4th quarter. 1st-10-50. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:34 p.m. Huge stop for Harrah. Their defense just stopped Clark in the backfield for a loss of 4. Forced punt. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 9:34 p.m. Final: Lawton Ike 47, PC North 7. #OKpreps @TreyHunter87 9:34 p.m. Harrah has the ball, 1st-and-10 from their own 19. They lead Douglass 15-14 with 7:52 remaining. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:34 p.m. Poteau stats so far: TB Roger Barcheers 14 carries, 135 yds TD; QB Jace Pitchford 96 rush TD, 51 pass yds TD. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:35 p.m. Final in 3A-7: Jay 42, Keys 6. #okpreps @jacobunruh 9:36 p.m. Edmond Memorial beats Edmond Santa Fe 35-20. #OKPreps @TreyHunter87 9:37 p.m. Zach Hamblin and Colin Jennings hook up AGAIN for 26 yards on 3rd down. HUGE holding penalty brings it back. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 9:38 p.m. Apache two first downs since incident and is at Hollis 20. Trails 27-14 with 10:09 in 4Q. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:38 p.m. Hamblin connects with Dak Stephens for a huge 20-yard gain. Earns the 1st down again on 3rd-and-long. Hamblin = clutch. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:38 p.m. Class 4A No. 1 Anadarko leads Weatherford 28-7 in the third quarter. #okpreps @wfwoodie 9:39 p.m. Bunch hits Sampson for 8-yd TD with 5:01 left. 2-PT try fails. Spiro still leads Roland 21-18. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:39 p.m. And yes, Harrah is doing everything they can to run plays away from Deondre Clark. #okpreps @JoeyKey_ 9:40 p.m. Arkoma 59 Wright Christian 12 final #okpreps #5NEWSFFN @OKVarsityScores 9:41 p.m. FINAL: Arkoma def. Wright Christian 59-12. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:41 p.m. Douglass forces Harrah to punt, but after a long drive, the Trojans have just under 4 minutes down 15-14. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 9:42 p.m. Hollis turns Apache over on downs with 8:35. Tigers takeover on own 20. #okpreps @Jarvidus 9:42 p.m. Gabe Neph 31yd TD pass to John Cole Neph. SS 31 Owasso 21. 9:09 4Q.#okpreps #vypeok #owassofootball @TreyHunter87 9:42 p.m. WOW. The sprinkler system just started in the middle of Harrah's field. Good time for Douglass to talk things over. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:42 p.m. Sallisaw leads Muldrow 35-6 early in the final quarter. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 9:43 p.m. Stephen McClernon with a 4-yd TD pass to Luke Rossi on 4th down. Midwest City's leaad now 19-13 with :40 to play #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 9:44 p.m. Three fourth-down conversions on the scoring drive for Edmond North. Need to get the onside kick though #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:45 p.m. Huge holding call after Douglass' Anthony Jackson rushed into Harrah territory. Harrah leads 15-14, 3:34 left. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:45 p.m. Douglass facing a huge 3rd-and-long against Harrah. #okpreps @wfwoodie 9:46 p.m. Roland fails to make 1st down, Spiro gets ball at Ranger 48 leading 27-18 w/3:27 left. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:47 p.m. Huge facemask penalty against Harrah. Takes Douglass to the Panther 37-yard line. 2:39 left. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 9:47 p.m. MWC's Will Sunderland smothers the onside kick. Bomber ball, should need to down the ball twice to finish it. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:47 p.m. And it's a final. Poteau stays in at least a tie for first in 4A-4 with a 41-7 win against Broken Bow. Pirates now 8-1, 5-1. #okpreps @kevininok 9:47 p.m. Hartshorne converts 3rd and long to Vian 20 4:00 left Vian 14-9 #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 9:48 p.m. Nope, just once. Midwest City 19, Edmond North 13 FINAL #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:48 p.m. It just took nearly Harrah's entire defense to bring down Deondre Clark. Douglass inside Harrah's 20, 1:46 left. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 9:48 p.m. Gunnar Ewing hits Macias for 52-yd TD over middle. Hollis 34, Apache 14. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:49 p.m. Douglass now at Harrah's 10 yard-line, under a minute left. #okpreps @kevininok 9:49 p.m. Hartshorne 1st and goal at 7 #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 9:51 p.m. Hollis hasn't won a district title since 1994. So, get ready to party like its 1994 Hollis fans. #okpreps @okprepstv 9:51 p.m. Final Score: Fort Gibson 41, Stilwell 0. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:51 p.m. Douglass now inside Harrah's 5 yard-line with 42 seconds remaining. Harrah leads 15-14. #okpreps @kevininok 9:51 p.m. Touchdown Hartshorne on 2nd and goal from 2. Hartshorne 15 Vian 14 going for two 1:39 left #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:52 p.m. Final in 3A-7: Hilldale 57, Sequoyah 0. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:52 p.m. No matter how it ends, Harrah vs. Douglass has been an OUTSTANDING game. #okpreps @CoyoteSports 9:52 p.m. #1 Anadarko stretching away from Wford. Leading 35-7 4:26 left 3rd. Pollard 2 TD passes, Sink 3 TD runs. #okpreps @CBlakeColston 9:52 p.m. Story of the night: Elgin's defense holds again. Owls take over at the piedmont 38 after a penalty. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:53 p.m. With Jay's win tonight & Sequoyah's loss, the Bulldogs clinched a playoff spot in 3A-7. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:55 p.m. Patrick McKaufman takes it in on the 1-yard QB sneak. Clark converts on the 2pt try. Trojans lead Harrah 22-15 w 15 seconds left. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 9:55 p.m. Bo Shelby gets his second INT of the night for Hollis. He's had a heckuva game. Hollis 34, Apache 14 with 4:10 left in reg. #okpreps @TreyHunter87 9:56 p.m. FINAL: Douglass defeats Harrah 22-15. #okpreps @wfwoodie 9:57 p.m. Final - Spiro 34, Roland 18. #okpreps @kevininok 9:57 p.m. Conversion fails Hartshorne 15 Vian 14 1:39 4Q Great battle for 2A-6 crown #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:59 p.m. With losses tonight, Sequoyah, Keys & Hulbert are now all officially eliminated from postseason contention. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:59 p.m. Wild finish: Douglass def. Harrah 22-15 after scoring in final seconds. #okpreps @zacksitton 10:00 p.m. Southwest Covenant beats Webbers Falls 74-30! QB Nick Sitton with 4 passing TD's and 2 Rushing TD's. @ScottWrightOK #okpreps @kevininok 10:01 p.m. Vian driving at Hartshorne 27 0:56 left #okpreps @jameswparks 10:01 p.m. Upset in #okpreps Hartshorne 15, Vian 14 - Final @lcjournal 10:01 p.m. Panama 35, Pocola 0. Final score. #okpreps @EyeAmTruth 10:01 p.m. Southmoore defeated Choctaw 35-14. #okpreps @MarlowReview 10:03 p.m. Final - Marlow 55, Bridge Creek 0 Outlaws secure No. 4 seed from District 3A-1. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 10:05 p.m. FINAL: Hollis 34, Apache 14. Hollis wins District A-2. #okpreps @kevininok 10:06 p.m. Unbelievable! Vian touchdown pass with 0:40 left. Vian 20 Hartshorne 15 conversion pending #okpreps @kevininok 10:06 p.m. Vian 22 Hartshorne 15 0:40 4Q #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 10:07 p.m. Sallisaw leads Muldrow 42-13 late in the game. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 10:07 p.m. Stats from Poteau win tonight: Pirates had 285 yds rush, 62 pass; Broken Bow had 99 yards rushing, 17 passing. #okpreps @michaelswisher 10:08 p.m. Kingfisher 45, Newcastle 7. Final. Kingfisher win District 3A-3 championship for second straight year. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 10:08 p.m. Poteau TB Roger Barcheers had 135 yards on 14 carries and TD; QB Jace Pitchford 96 yds on 16 carries, TD; also 51 yds pass & TD. #okpreps @KVrska7 10:08 p.m. End 3Q: Anadarko 49, Weatherford 7. #okpreps @Piedmont_Sports 10:09 p.m. Piedmont scores again 28-24! With 0:51 seconds remaining. #okpreps @kevininok 10:10 p.m. Pass intercepted on final play. Final Vian 22 Hartshorne 15 - Vian wins 2A-6. Good game! #okpreps @TreyHunter87 10:12 p.m. Being treated to a light-show by Harrah's band as I write the story for Douglass vs. Harrah. Very cool stuff. #okpreps @CBlakeColston 10:21 p.m. It's over. FINAL: Elgin 34, Piedmont 24. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 11:02 p.m. Looking at the updated standings, Sequoyah may have a chance to make the playoffs in Week 10. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 11:03 p.m. A Sequoyah win over Lincoln Chr. would put the Indians, LC & Jay all at 3-3. It would then go to district pts to decide #'s 3 & 4. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 11:05 p.m. So I misspoke earlier. Jay hasn't quite clinched a playoff spot yet. The Bulldogs need Sequoyah to lose in Week 10. #okpreps
Oct 30, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright predicts the score of every game in the state, including Edmond North-Midwest City, Cushing-Seminole and McGuinness-Guthrie.
Oklahoma high school football picks: Week 9
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Oct 30, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 143-29 (83.1 pct.) Overall record: 1,130-281 (80.1 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area LAWTON MAC 45, Capitol Hill 8 WESTMOORE 34, Tulsa Edison 7 Class 6A TULSA UNION JV 28, Tulsa NOAH 24 Class 5A TULSA EAST CENTRAL 31, Tahlequah 20 Class B REJOICE CHR. 58, South Coffeyville 12 Independent Cornerstone Chr. 56, COOKSON HILLS 32 Friday's Games City Area Ada 28, McLOUD 21 Alva 42, DIBBLE 30 Bethany 38, BRISTOW 20 HERITAGE HALL 56, Bethel 7 MARLOW 54, Bridge Creek 12 CASADY 31, John Marshall 28 Cashion 35, CARNEGIE 13 MEEKER 38, Central Sallisaw 14 PERKINS 28, Chandler 24 Chickasha 35, SOUTHEAST 7 Chr. Heritage 48, CROOKED OAK 42 Crossings Chr. 28, PIONEER 22 COMMUNITY CHR. 30, Dallas HSAA Davenport 44, STROTHER 14 Destiny Christian 54, LIFE CHR. 20 Douglass 27, HARRAH 17 DEL CITY 24, Duncan 20 Edmond North 13, MIDWEST CITY 10 EDMOND MEMORIAL 24, Ed. Santa Fe 20 Enid 28, STILLWATER 10 Geary 28, MACOMB 24 EL RENO 42, Guymon 14 Haskell 35, WELLSTON 20 Kingfisher 28, NEWCASTLE 21 LEXINGTON 30, Konawa 22 PUTNAM NORTH 28, Lawton Ike 12 JONES 35, Little Axe 7 MILLWOOD 45, Luther 20 GUTHRIE 34, McGuinness 14 Minco 46, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 8 LAWTON 45, Mustang 20 DURANT 28, Noble 27 Norman North 49, MOORE 20 OKLAHOMA CHR. 47, Northeast 18 DEER CREEK 42, Northwest 14 BERRYHILL 38, OKC Legion 17 FOX 56, Okla. Christian Aca. 8 Piedmont 32, ELGIN 24 Plainview 48, PAULS VALLEY 12 Putnam City 28, MUSKOGEE 24 NORMAN 44, Putnam West 20 TECUMSEH 30, Santa Fe South 13 OKC PATRIOTS 34, SeeWorth Aca. 14 Shawnee 49, TULSA HALE 7 Southmoore 49, CHOCTAW 33 TUTTLE 40, St. Mary 13 CENTENNIAL 42, Star Spencer 38 PURCELL 28, Sulphur 7 HENNESSEY 35, Tonkawa 22 YUKON 49, U.S. Grant 8 CRESCENT 28, Watonga 24 WYNNEWOOD 21, Wayne 14 SW COVENANT 32, Webbers Falls 28 CARL ALBERT 56, Western Heights 8 Windsor Hills 34, COLDWATER, KAN. 30 Class 6A Bartlesville 44, PONCA CITY 13 Jenks 45, BIXBY 14 OWASSO 32, Sand Springs 28 BROKEN ARROW 56, Sapulpa 10 TULSA UNION 49, Tulsa Washington 20 Class 5A Ardmore 42, ALTUS 7 PRYOR 28, Collinsville 18 Coweta 38, CLAREMORE 28 McALESTER 44, Skiatook 13 Tulsa Central 35, GROVE 20 Tulsa Kelley 28, TULSA MEMORIAL 24 Class 4A POTEAU 42, Broken Bow 13 CLINTON 34, Cache 10 CATOOSA 28, Cleveland 14 WOODWARD 30, Elk City 13 Glenpool 28, MANNFORD 27 Oologah 28, MIAMI 24 Sallisaw 37, MULDROW 17 FORT GIBSON 32, Stilwell 17 CASCIA HALL 49, Tulsa Rogers 8 WAGONER 56, Tulsa Webster 6 TULSA McLAIN 30, Vinita 14 ANADARKO 42, Weatherford 18 Class 3A MADILL 28, Atoka 7 Beggs 39, MORRIS 18 Checotah 34, EUFAULA 20 SEMINOLE 49, Cushing 42 Dewey 44, VERDIGRIS 6 Heavener 28, IDABEL 21 INOLA 30, Henryetta 22 Hilldale 35, SEQ. TAHLEQUAH 17 Jay 28, KEYS (PARK HILL) 7 OKMULGEE 32, Kellyville 10 LOCUST GROVE 34, Lincoln Christian 17 Lone Grove 28, DICKSON 22 SPIRO 30, Roland 19 METRO CHR. 34, Seq. Claremore 7 Sperry 14, BLACKWELL 6 Stigler 28, VALLIANT 7 Victory Christian 44, PRAGUE 8 ADAIR 36, Westville 6 Class 2A KINGSTON 28, Antlers 24 Caney Valley 18, CHELSEA 14 Chisholm 22, NEWKIRK 15 DAVIS 44, Coalgate 6 FREDERICK 28, Comanche 20 Commerce 36, COLCORD 21 VIAN 35, Hartshorne 14 HOBART 35, Hinton 24 Holdenville 28, MOUNDS 20 Kansas 38, HULBERT 6 WYANDOTTE 44, Ketchum 7 Lindsay 36, MANGUM 12 Nowata 44, CHOUTEAU 14 Okemah 35, STROUD 34 Panama 48, POCOLA 28 Pawhuska 28, OKLAHOMA UNION 14 Perry 31, PAWNEE 12 SALINA 34, Quapaw 6 MARIETTA 27, Tishomingo 20 HUGO 42, Wilburton 14 Class A Afton 38, WARNER 12 HOLLIS 34, Apache 8 KIEFER 42, Barnsdall 7 FAIRVIEW 32, Beaver 16 QUINTON 22, Canadian 6 DEPEW 28, Drumright 7 Elmore City 34, CADDO 7 VELMA-ALMA 28, Empire 27 SUMMIT CHR. 34, Fairland 12 MORRISON 42, Foyil 6 GORE 28, Haileyville 21 Healdton 24, RUSH SPRINGS 12 PORTER 24, Liberty 22 STRATFORD 32, Maysville 14 Mooreland 33, TURPIN 8 Oklahoma Bible 28, HOOKER 7 Ringling 49, BRAY-DOYLE 0 TALIHINA 29, Savanna 24 CORDELL 22, Sayre 16 OKEENE 28, Texhoma 21 Thomas 42, SNYDER 7 Wewoka 34, REGENT PREP 20 WALTERS 28, Wilson 26 HOMINY 28, Yale 24 Class B Alex 58, CYRIL 12 Allen 52, PAOLI 6 Cave Springs 44, PORUM 32 MERRITT 48, Covington-Douglas 20 Davenport 56, STROTHER 8 Dewar 54, KEOTA 38 Laverne 60, SEILING 14 WAUKOMIS 48, Medford 22 Oaks 42, COPAN 20 Pond Creek-Hunter 54, CANTON 8 Ringwood 48, GARBER 28 CENTRAL MARLOW 58, Waurika 12 WOODLAND 42, Welch 14 Weleetka 54, BOWLEGS 6 Wetumka 52, GANS 6 Class C SHATTUCK 44, Boise City 28 WESLEYAN CHR. 46, Claremore Chr. 14 Corn Bible 38, DUKE 12 SHARON-MUTUAL 58, Goodwell 8 Maud 54, BOKOSHE 6 GRANDFIELD 48, Midway 8 Ryan 48, MOUNT VIEW-GOTEBO 44 Temple 54, GRACEMONT 8 Thackerville 58, SASAKWA 12 BLUEJACKET 50, Timberlake 42 DEER CREEK-LAMONT 42, Waynoka 20
Oct 23, 2013
Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 141-30 (82.5 pct.) Overall record: 987-252 (79.7 pct) Thursday's Games City Area Lawton 56, PC WEST 14 Midwest City 24, YUKON 21 Millwood 50, NORTHEAST 22 EDMOND NORTH 42, Moore 6 Star Spencer 35, BRIDGE CREEK 8 LAWTON IKE 42, U.S. Grant 12 Class A APACHE 38, Anadarko JV 13 Class B...
Picking Week 8's high school football games
By Scott Wright | Oct 23, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 141-30 (82.5 pct.) Overall record: 987-252 (79.7 pct) Thursday's Games City Area Lawton 56, PC WEST 14 Midwest City 24, YUKON 21 Millwood 50, NORTHEAST 22 EDMOND NORTH 42, Moore 6 Star Spencer 35, BRIDGE CREEK 8 LAWTON IKE 42, U.S. Grant 12 Class A APACHE 38, Anadarko JV 13 Class B KEOTA 48, Gans 6 DEWAR 52, Porum 8 RINGWOOD 66, Waukomis 28 Class C MIDWAY 48, Cookson Hills Chr. 34 Shattuck 52, GOODWELL 8 Friday's Games City Area Anadarko 35, PIEDMONT 28 KINGFISHER 54, Bethel 7 Bixby 28, PUTNAM CITY 25 Blanchard 42, ST. MARY 14 ARDMORE 56, Capitol Hill 8 Carl Albert 48, GUYMON 7 Casady 28, ARLINGTON OAKRIDGE 24 DAVENPORT 48, Cave Springs 28 MUSTANG 49, Choctaw 35 ELMORE CITY 38, Community Christian 24 Coyle 46, OAKS 6 Cashion 35, Crescent 32 Crooked Oak 48, DIBBLE 42 Del City 42, CHICKASHA 18 SHAWNEE 35, Durant 14 Edmond Memorial 28, SOUTHMOORE 21 El Reno 44, WESTERN HEIGHTS 13 Guthrie 35, DEER CREEK 28 ADA 28, Harrah 22 Hennessey 38, NEWKIRK 16 Heritage Hall 49, CENTENNIAL 38 CHANDLER 42, Kellyville 7 Lexington 28, TISHOMINGO 24 Life Christian 48, BOULEVARD CHR. 20 Luther 46, PERRY 18 ALLEN 40, Macomb 6 WASHINGTON 34, Mangum 16 Mannford 42, SANTA FE SOUTH 14 Marlow 35, LITTLE AXE 18 DOUGLASS 38, McLoud 20 Minco 42, CROSSINGS CHR. 14 MEEKER 44, Mounds 6 Newcastle 31, JOHN MARSHALL 20 EDMOND SANTA FE 42, Norman 31 McGUINNESS 45, Northwest 12 OKC Legion 35, LIGHTHOUSE CHR. 14 Oklahoma Christian 49, CHR. HERITAGE 30 OKLA. CHRISTIAN ACA. 48, Paoli 14 Pauls Valley 38, ATOKA 20 CUSHING 42, Perkins 21 NORMAN NORTH 34, Putnam North 17 BETHANY 35, Prague 14 Purcell 32, LONE GROVE 26 DUNCAN 42, Southeast 12 SAND SPRINGS 35, Stillwater 17 MAUD 44, SW Covenant 28 GLENPOOL 38, Tecumseh 10 NOBLE 40, Tulsa Hale 16 Tuttle 28, JONES 14 HOLDENVILLE 28, Wellston 21 Westmoore 35, SAPULPA 17 Wewoka 34, WAYNE 30 WINDSOR HILLS 54, Wright Chr. 12 Class 6A Broken Arrow 47, TULSA EDISON 14 JENKS 56, Muskogee 7 Owasso 28, ENID 27 TULSA WASHINGTON 42, Ponca City 7 Tulsa Union 45, BARTLESVILLE 14 Class 5A LAWTON MAC 42, Altus 10 Claremore 28, TULSA CENTRAL 13 COWETA 35, Grove 24 McAlester 40, TULSA KELLEY 28 Pryor 35, TAHLEQUAH 20 Tulsa East Central 34, COLLINSVILLE 31 Tulsa Memorial 28, SKIATOOK 17 Class 4A Catoosa 47, TULSA WEBSTER 13 Clinton 28, ELK CITY 14 WEATHERFORD 35, Elgin 20 CASCIA HALL 28, Fort Gibson 21 Miami 31, VINITA 18 Poteau 38, MULDROW 7 Sallisaw 42, BROKEN BOW 12 Tulsa McLain 28, OOLOGAH 20 Tulsa Rogers 28, STILWELL 24 Wagoner 42, CLEVELAND 14 Woodward 35, CACHE 7 Class 3A BERRYHILL 45, Blackwell 8 SEMINOLE 49, Bristow 13 PLAINVIEW 42, Dickson 6 ROLAND 30, Eufaula 28 CHECOTAH 34, Idabel 12 HILLDALE 41, Keys (Park Hill) 7 Locust Grove 42, DEWEY 24 SULPHUR 20, Madill 13 Metro Christian 44, SPERRY 8 INOLA 34, Morris 18 Okmulgee 22, HENRYETTA 14 Seq. Tahlequah 34, JAY 28 Spiro 32, VALLIANT 6 Stigler 34, HEAVENER 8 SEQ. CLAREMORE 44, Verdigris 6 Victory Christian 34, BEGGS 20 LINCOLN CHR. 38, Westville 12 Class 2A Alva 28, TONKAWA 26 PAWHUSKA 35, Chelsea 14 Chouteau 28, CANEY VALLEY 7 Colcord 40, KETCHUM 16 Davis 48, KINGSTON 6 Frederick 24, HINTON 20 HARTSHORNE 34, Gore 6 Hobart 32, COMANCHE 24 Hugo 27, PANAMA 20 WYANDOTTE 38, Kansas 34 OKEMAH 28, Konawa 12 Marietta 34, COALGATE 14 ADAIR 42, Oklahoma Union 12 CHISHOLM 34, Pawnee 8 ANTLERS 28, Pocola 26 Quapaw 22, HULBERT 20 NOWATA 34, Regent Prep 16 COMMERCE 38, Salina 34 Stroud 28, HASKELL 12 Vian 48, WILBURTON 8 Class A SNYDER 28, Burns Flat-Dill City 24 Caddo 30, MAYSVILLE 12 Central Sallisaw 36, CANADIAN 14 THOMAS 34, Cordell 14 YALE 30, Depew 28 RINGLING 35, Empire 14 TEXHOMA 34, Fairview 30 Foyil 28, LIBERTY 7 Hollis 42, SAYRE 6 SUMMIT CHR. 33, Hominy 14 MOORELAND 28, Hooker 24 Kiefer 56, DRUMRIGHT 6 Morrison 48, BARNSDALL 8 Okeene 50, BEAVER 6 CARNEGIE 22, Pioneer 14 AFTON 32, Porter 14 VELMA-ALMA 28, Rush Springs 20 Savanna 42, QUINTON 12 Talihina 46, HAILEYVILLE 8 Tulsa NOAH 34, WATONGA 22 OKLAHOMA BIBLE 26, Turpin 12 HEALDTON 34, Walters 14 Warner 30, FAIRLAND 18 Wynnewood 40, STRATFORD 20 Class B WETUMKA 54, Bowlegs 6 Canton 48, MEDFORD 12 ALEX 60, Central Marlow 28 WATTS 44, Copan 16 Cyril 48, GEARY 12 Fox 56, WAURIKA 8 Garber 48, COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 14 LAVERNE 52, Merritt 6 POND CREEK-HUNTER 56, Seiling 6 WELEETKA 48, Strother 34 WELCH 38, Wesleyan Christian 34 Woodland 44, SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 28 Class C THACKERVILLE 64, Arkoma 38 Bluejacket 48, KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 14 Buffalo 34, WORD OF LIFE (WICHITA) 28 Cherokee 54, TIMBERLAKE 8 DC-Lamont 52, Claremore Chr. 6 TEMPLE 56, Duke 6 Mt. View-Gotebo 42, CORN BIBLE 38 BOISE CITY 48, OKC Patriots 34 WEBBERS FALLS 54, Sasakwa 8 Sharon-Mutual 60, BALKO 38 Tipton 60, Ryan 12 Tyrone 44, WAYNOKA 16 Independent Holland Hall 28, DALLAS EPISCOPAL 27
Oct 22, 2013
Anadarko senior running back R.J. Sink was last seen wearing a sling during last week's 18-15 win against Woodward. Warriors coach Kent Jackson said it was just a stinger, and Sink will play Friday in a huge district game at Piedmont. Sink rushed for 141 yards and two touchdowns last week, bringing his season totals to 1,174 yards and 21 touchdowns. No. 1 Anadarko would seal a second straight...
Anadarko's R.J. Sink will play this week
By Scott Wright and Jacob Unruh | Oct 22, 2013Anadarko senior running back R.J. Sink was last seen wearing a sling during last week's 18-15 win against Woodward. Warriors coach Kent Jackson said it was just a stinger, and Sink will play Friday in a huge district game at Piedmont. Sink rushed for 141 yards and two touchdowns last week, bringing his season totals to 1,174 yards and 21 touchdowns. No. 1 Anadarko would seal a second straight District 4A-1 title with a win Friday and one win in the final two games against either Weatherford or Elgin. But Jackson is making sure his team does not overlook the Wildcats, who upset then-No. 4 Clinton last week, 45-19. “Piedmont can beat us, too,” Jackson said. “I've told the team that and they know it. They're good enough to beat us.” WAYNE'S JOHNSON RETURNING TO FORM Hopes were high in Wayne entering the season, but a Week 1 injury to running back Louden Johnson deflated the Bulldogs' excitement early. Johnson rushed for more than 1,500 yards and 22 touchdowns a year ago, but in four games without him, Wayne managed only six total points. Johnson returned from a torn plantar fascia in Week 6, but Wayne lost to Stratford, which likely crippled its playoff hopes. Johnson rushed for four touchdowns in last week's 44-19 win over Crossings Christian in a nondistrict game to improve to 2-5. Of course, Johnson wasn't the only significant injury the Bulldogs faced during their five-game losing streak. Two starting defensive ends, who also played tight end, were lost, and a starting linebacker will be out this week. “We haven't had a game yet where we had all our starters,” coach Brandon Sharp said. “We've lost three tight ends, and in Class A, you don't have three tight ends to lose. “It's been one of those years where the injury bug got us. Not making excuses, because we would've had a tough time beating a few of those teams fully loaded, but it would've been a lot more competitive.” With Wewoka and Wynnewood next in line on the schedule, it doesn't get any easier. But Sharp is hopeful that the added experience for his younger players will help out in the future. “It's been frustrating, but we have a bunch of freshmen getting a bunch of playing time because of these injuries,” he said. “That's one key thing, because those guys are getting reps.” APACHE'S MCDANIEL WINS NO. 100 Apache football coach Larry McDaniel earned his 100th career win with last week's 53-12 rout of Snyder, and the total is expected to increase this week. The Warriors play host to Anadarko's junior-varsity team on Thursday, looking to improve to 7-1 on the season. Apache, which fell out of this week's Class A rankings, is still in a position to win the district title, but it'll take an upset of No. 2 Hollis next week on the road. UCO HOSTING HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL SHOWCASE Central Oklahoma coach Dax Leone will host a high school baseball showcase camp Saturday at UCO's Wendell Simmons Field. The camp is open to players in grades 9-12 and costs $100 per player. A team or group of five players or more will receive a 20 percent discount per player. The camp will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a prostyle workout in the morning and a scrimmage in the afternoon. Various junior-college and NAIA coaches will be in attendance at the showcase. Those interested in attending, or seeking further information, can contact Cody Painter at email@example.com or (405) 416-3176.
Oct 16, 2013
Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 150-23 (86.7 pct.) Overall record: 846-222 (79.2 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area Bethany 31, BEGGS 28 LITTLE AXE 30, Bridge Creek 20 PERKINS 32, Bristow 24 MINCO 42, Carnegie 14 KINGFISHER 49, Centennial 18 EDMOND MEMORIAL 35, Choctaw 21 LEXINGTON 34, Coalgate 18 Cushing 42, CHANDLER...
High school football: Picking Week 7's games
By Scott Wright | Oct 16, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 150-23 (86.7 pct.) Overall record: 846-222 (79.2 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area Bethany 31, BEGGS 28 LITTLE AXE 30, Bridge Creek 20 PERKINS 32, Bristow 24 MINCO 42, Carnegie 14 KINGFISHER 49, Centennial 18 EDMOND MEMORIAL 35, Choctaw 21 LEXINGTON 34, Coalgate 18 Cushing 42, CHANDLER 14 Davenport 46, PORUM 12 OKLAHOMA CHR. 45, Dibble 21 PURCELL 35, Dickson 28 GUTHRIE 41, El Reno 14 Harrah 35, TECUMSEH 10 Hennessey 38, PAWNEE 12 John Marshall 35, BETHEL 8 BLANCHARD 42, Jones 14 Luther 38, CHR. HERITAGE 24 McLoud 28, MANNFORD 17 Meeker 45, WELLSTON 12 Millwood 56, CROOKED OAK 22 Mustang 44, PUTNAM WEST 20 Noble 30, SKIATOOK 24 ST. MARY 35, OKC Patriots 21 Okla. Christian Aca. 44, MACOMB 12 CRESCENT 32, Pioneer 16 BROKEN ARROW 42, Putnam City 20 Putnam North 49, U.S. GRANT 8 NORTHEAST 44, SeeWorth 14 TULSA KELLEY 28, Shawnee 24 ALTUS 34, Southeast 22 NEWCASTLE 35, Star Spencer 24 Stillwater 35, BARTLESVILLE 28 Sulphur 28, PAULS VALLEY 27 Tuttle 30, MARLOW 27 Washington 42, COMANCHE 14 CASHION 28, Watonga 24 COYLE 48, Watts 8 DEER CREEK 48, Western Heights 6 Yukon 45, MOORE 27 Class 6A Bixby 35, TULSA EDISON 21 Enid 28, PONCA CITY 7 SAPULPA 31, Muskogee 14 Owasso 31, TULSA WASHINGTON 28 TULSA UNION 49, Sand Springs 14 Class 5A ARDMORE 28, Chickasha 13 Claremore 34, PRYOR 24 COLLINSVILLE 38, Coweta 34 LAWTON MAC 33, Duncan 13 McALESTER 42, Durant 20 TULSA EAST CENTRAL 35, GROVE 13 Tulsa Central 21, TAHLEQUAH 14 Class 4A Ada 33, GLENPOOL 12 Broken Bow 21, TULSA ROGERS 20 ELGIN 35, Cache 28 POTEAU 28, Cascia Hall 27 MIAMI 27, Cleveland 24 WEATHERFORD 28, Elk City 7 FORT GIBSON 35, Muldrow 14 WAGONER 48, Oologah 21 SALLISAW 44, Stilwell 12 TULSA McLAIN 35, Tulsa Webster 7 CATOOSA 49, Vinita 12 ANADARKO 35, Woodward 14 Class 3A STIGLER 28, Checotah 24 Dewey 28, BLACKWELL 14 KELLYVILLE 21, Henryetta 20 Hilldale 34, LOCUST GROVE 31 VICTORY CHR. 49, Inola 12 Jay 35, WESTVILLE 14 Lincoln Chr. 35, KEYS (PARK HILL) 6 Lone Grove 38, MADILL 20 OKMULGEE 28, Morris 21 Plainview 47, ATOKA 7 Roland 28, IDABEL 7 Seminole 49, PRAGUE 6 Seq. Claremore 28, BERRYHILL 24 SEQ. TAHLEQUAH 38, Sperry 12 Spiro 34, HEAVENER 8 EUFAULA 28, Valliant 20 METRO CHR. 49, Verdigris 3 Class 2A Adair 44, CHELSEA 8 Barnsdall 28, MOUNDS 14 NOWATA 42, Caney Valley 6 KANSAS 38, Colcord 12 Hartshorne 40, POCOLA 12 OKEMAH 28, Haskell 27 STROUD 35, Holdenville 8 SALINA 42, Hulbert 6 COMMERCE 44, Ketchum 6 Kingston 24, MARIETTA 7 OKLAHOMA UNION 28, Liberty 6 Lindsay 44, HINTON 16 HOBART 35, Mangum 12 ALVA 35, Newkirk 21 Panama 28, QUINTON 7 Pawhuska 35, CHOUTEAU 14 CHISHOLM 34, Perry 12 KONAWA 28, Tishomingo 7 Vian 40, HUGO 13 ANTLERS 42, Wilburton 22 Wyandotte 35, QUAPAW 14 Class A Afton 44, FOYIL 14 HOOKER 28, Beaver 27 TALIHINA 38, Canadian 12 Cordell 28, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 8 MORRISON 34, Drumright 6 Fairland 28, PORTER 7 SAVANNA 38, Gore 12 CENTRAL SALLISAW 42, Haileyville 7 Hominy 28, DEPEW 20 ELMORE CITY 44, Maysville 20 FAIRVIEW 32, Mooreland 28 OKEENE 34, Oklahoma Bible 22 RINGLING 42, Rush Springs 6 APACHE 44, Snyder 6 WEWOKA 34, Stratford 20 Summit Christian 45, WARNER 24 Texhoma 42, TURPIN 6 Thomas 42, HOLLIS 31 Velma-Alma 44, WALTERS 6 EMPIRE 28, Wilson 7 Wynnewood 40, CADDO 12 KIEFER 34, Yale 8 Class B Allen 48, CYRIL 8 Covington-Douglas 54, WAUKOMIS 20 Dewar 54, GANS 6 CENTRAL MARLOW 58, Fox 54 ALEX 62, Geary 6 Laverne 56, GARBER 6 REJOICE CHR. 64, Oaks 12 Pond Creek-Hunter 56, MERRITT 38 Ringwood 52, MEDFORD 16 Seiling 44, CANTON 6 Waurika 44, PAOLI 24 SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 38, Welch 22 CAVE SPRINGS 50, Weleetka 42 Wetumka 64, STROTHER 20 Class C BLUEJACKET 60, Claremore Chr. 8 TYRONE 48, Boise City 12 Corn Bible 44, TEMPLE 32 CHEROKEE 48, DC-Lamont 20 Grandfield 46, MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 12 SASAKWA 38, Midway 12 Ryan 48, GRACEMONT 8 Sharon-Mutual 58, BUFFALO 12 Thackerville 54, BOKOSHE 6 Timberlake 48, KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 8 WESLEYAN CHR. 38, Tyro, Kan. Christian 34 Waynoka 42, DUKE 12 MAUD 42, Webbers Falls 28 Friday, Oct. 18 City Area Fort Worth All Saints 34, CASADY 28 DEL CITY 48, Capitol Hill 12 Clinton 42, PIEDMONT 16 Douglass 54, SANTA FE SOUTH 8 LAWTON 48, Edmond Santa Fe 45 Frederick 28, COMMUNITY CHR. 24 McGUINNESS 49, Guymon 6 Jenks 31, WESTMOORE 17 MIDWEST CITY 30, Lawton Ike 14 SW COVENANT 34, Life Christian 28 EDMOND NORTH 24, Norman North 21 CARL ALBERT 49, Northwest 8 DAVIS 34, OKC Legion 17 Southmoore 35, NORMAN 34 CROSSINGS CHR. 28, Wayne 21 DESTINY CHR. 42, Woodland 34 Class 5A TULSA MEMORIAL 45, Tulsa Hale 12 Class B Keota 46, BOWLEGS 6 Class C BALKO 54, Goodwell 8 TIPTON 48, Hobart JV 20 Independent Dallas St. Mark's 34, HOLLAND HALL 20 Tulsa NOAH 34, DALLAS HSAA 31
The OSSAA board of directors approved the new football districts to be used for the 2014-15 high school seasons.
High school football: New high school football districts for 2014-2015 seasons released
FROM STAFF REPORTS | Oct 9, 2013The OSSAA board of directors approved the new football districts to be used for the 2014-15 high school seasons: Class 6A Division I District 1 Broken Arrow Edmond Memorial Edmond Santa Fe Jenks Norman Putnam City Westmoore Yukon District 2 Edmond North Moore Mustang Norman North Owasso Putnam City North Southmoore Tulsa Union Class 6A Division II District 1 Bartlesville Bixby Claremore Muskogee Ponca City Sand Springs Sapulpa Tulsa Washington District 2 Choctaw Enid Lawton Lawton Eisenhower Midwest City Putnam City West Stillwater *U.S. Grant Class 5A District 1 Altus Ardmore Chickasha Del City Duncan El Reno Lawton MacArthur Northwest Classen District 2 Bishop McGuinness Carl Albert Deer Creek Guthrie Guymon Piedmont Southeast Western Heights District 3 Durant McAlester Noble Shawnee Skiatook Tulsa Hale Tulsa Kelley Tulsa Memorial District 4 *Capitol Hill Collinsville Coweta Grove Pryor Tahlequah Tulsa East Central Tulsa Edison Class 4A District 1 Anadarko Cache Clinton Elgin Elk City Newcastle Weatherford Woodward District 2 Ada Bristow Glenpool Harrah McLoud Santa Fe South Tecumseh Tuttle District 3 Cascia Hall Catoosa Cleveland Miami Oologah Tulsa McLain Vinita Wagoner District 4 Broken Bow Fort Gibson Metro Christian Muldrow Poteau Sallisaw Stilwell Tulsa Central Class 3A District 1 Blackwell Centennial Cushing Heritage Hall Kingfisher Mannford Perkins-Tryon District 2 Bethany Blanchard Bridge Creek Douglass John Marshall Meeker Mount St. Mary District 3 Bethel Jones Little Axe Pauls Valley Purcell Seminole Star Spencer District 4 Comanche Dickson Lone Grove Madill Marlow Plainview Sulphur District 5 Berryhill Dewey Kellyville Lincoln Christian Tulsa Webster Verdigris Sperry District 6 Beggs Checotah Hilldale Morris Okmulgee Tulsa Rogers Victory Christian District 7 Inola Jay Keys (Park Hill) Locust Grove Sequoyah-Claremore Sequoyah-Tahlequah Westville District 8 Eufaula Idabel Heavener Roland Spiro Stigler Valliant Class 2A District 1 Alva Chisholm Hennessey Newkirk Pawnee Perry Tonkawa District 2 Christian Heritage Crooked Oak Luther Millwood Northeast Oklahoma Christian Wellston District 3 Dibble Frederick Hobart Lexington Lindsay Walters Washington District 4 Atoka Coalgate Davis Hugo Kingston Marietta Tishomingo District 5 Chandler Henryetta Holdenville Okemah Prague Stroud Wewoka District 6 Antlers Hartshorne Liberty Panama Pocola Vian Wilburton District 7 Adair Chouteau Colcord Haskell Hulbert Kansas Salina District 8 Caney Valley Chelsea Commerce Nowata Oklahoma Union Pawhuska Wyandotte Class A District 1 Beaver Burns Flat-Dill City Fairview Hooker Mooreland Sayre Texhoma Thomas District 2 Apache Carnegie Cordell Hinton Hollis Mangum Snyder District 3 Central Marlow Empire Healdton Ringling Rush Springs Velma-Alma Wilson District 4 Community Christian Elmore City Konawa Minco Stratford Wayne Wynnewood District 5 Cashion Crescent Crossings Christian Oklahoma Bible Oklahoma Christian Academy Okeene Watonga District 6 Barnsdall Drumright Hominy Kiefer Morrison Mounds Yale District 7 Afton Fairland Foyil Ketchum Quapaw Rejoice Christian Summit Christian District 8 Central Sallisaw Gore Porter Quinton Savanna Talihina Warner Class B District 1 Canton Kremlin-Hillsdale Merritt Pioneer Pond Creek-Hunter Ringwood Seiling Turpin Waukomis District 2 Alex Allen Bray-Doyle Cyril Geary Macomb Maud Maysville Strother Waurika District 3 Agra Davenport Depew Garber Oaks South Coffeyville Watts Welch Wesleyan Christian Woodland District 4 Arkoma Caddo Canadian Dewar Gans Haileyville Keota Porum Weleetka Wetumka Class C District 1 Balko Boise City Buffalo Cherokee Goodwell Sharon-Mutual Shattuck Tyrone Waynoka District 2 Corn Bible Duke Gracemont Grandfield Mountain View-Gotebo Ryan Southwest Covenant Temple Tipton District 3 Bluejacket Carney Copan Covington-Douglas Coyle Deer Creek-Lamont Medford Prue Timberlake District 4 Bokoshe Bowlegs Cave Springs Fox Midway Paoli Sasakwa Thackerville Webbers Falls *-U.S. Grant and Capitol Hill will play independent schedules for the 2014-17 seasons and will not be part of the district schedule.
Oct 9, 2013
Scott Wright predicts the score of all the week's games, including Mustang-Edmond Memorial, Heritage Hall-Newcastle and Yukon-Edmond North.
Week 6 Oklahoma high school football picks
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Oct 9, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 155-21 (88.1 pct.) Overall record: 696-199 (77.8 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area DEL CITY 28, Altus 14 STAR SPENCER 24, BETHEL 21 SOUTHEAST 35, Capitol Hill 28 MUSTANG 27, Edmond Memorial 24 YUKON 30, Edmond North 28 Kingfisher 35, JOHN MARSHALL 13 Midwest City 30, PUTNAM NORTH 14 HERITAGE HALL 28, Newcastle 27 EDMOND SANTA FE 44, Putnam West 12 NORMAN NORTH 55, U.S. Grant 6 Class C Maud 48, COOKSON HILLS 8 Friday's Games City Area DAVENPORT 42, Bowlegs 6 TUTTLE 49, Bridge Creek 7 CROSSINGS CHR. 42, Carnegie 12 Casady 38, DALLAS CISTERCIAN 34 Cashion 34, MAYSVILLE 14 Chandler 38, BRISTOW 20 CROOKED OAK 36, Chisholm 30 DIBBLE 28, Chr. Heritage 21 MINCO 44, Crescent 34 Cyril 56, OKLA. CHRISTIAN ACA. 32 Deer Creek 56, GUYMON 6 Destiny Christian 58, WRIGHT CHR. 12 DOUGLASS 28, Glenpool 21 CARL ALBERT 35, Guthrie 34 WASHINGTON 35, Hinton 21 Jones 21, ST. MARY 14 Lawton 28, SOUTHMOORE 24 KINGSTON 34, Lexington 24 OKC PATRIOTS 44, Life Christian 20 CENTENNIAL 38, Little Axe 27 WAURIKA 34, Macomb 20 HARRAH 28, Mannford 24 BLANCHARD 42, Marlow 31 McGuinness 49, WESTERN HEIGHTS 6 Moore 35, LAWTON IKE 28 CHOCTAW 34, Norman 31 LUTHER 47, Northeast 7 EL RENO 28, Northwest 21 DALLAS PRIME PREP 31, OKC Legion 14 MILLWOOD 42, Oklahoma Chr. 35 LONE GROVE 35, Pauls Valley 20 Perkins 38, PRAGUE 18 HENNESSEY 35, Perry 14 Piedmont 30, ELK CITY 23 PLAINVIEW 28, Purcell 24 ADA 42, Santa Fe South 8 COMMUNITY CHR. 36, SeeWorth Aca. 12 Seminole 49, BETHANY 28 SHAWNEE 35, Skiatook 21 Stratford 20, WAYNE 8 Stroud 34, MEEKER 28 THACKERVILLE 48, SW Covenant 8 McLOUD 31, Tecumseh 13 Tulsa Kelley 28, NOBLE 12 Tulsa Washington 45, STILLWATER 42 Wellston 28, MOUNDS 20 Westmoore 45, PUTNAM CITY 24 Class 6A OWASSO 28, Bartlesville 21 JENKS 42, Broken Arrow 28 SAND SPRINGS 31, Ponca City 14 BIXBY 30, Sapulpa 20 Tulsa Edison 35, MUSKOGEE 29 Tulsa Union 49, ENID 14 Class 5A Ardmore 28, DUNCAN 18 Collinsville 31, TULSA CENTRAL 27 Lawton MacArthur 47, CHICKASHA 20 McAlester 56, TULSA HALE 6 Pryor 33, GROVE 17 COWETA 35, Tahlequah 28 CLAREMORE 34, Tulsa East Central 22 DURANT 17, Tulsa Memorial 13 Class 4A CLINTON 28, Anadarko 22 Broken Bow 28, STILWELL 27 Cascia Hall 31, MULDROW 17 OOLOGAH 24, Cleveland 20 WOODWARD 27, Elgin 20 WAGONER 42, Miami 12 FORT GIBSON 28, Poteau 27 CATOOSA 34, Tulsa McLain 24 SALLISAW 40, Tulsa Rogers 13 VINITA 29, Tulsa Webster 22 Weatherford 28, CACHE 24 Class 3A SULPHUR 34, Atoka 8 Berryhill 36, SPERRY 12 SEQ. CLAREMORE 44, Blackwell 6 Cushing 42, HENRYETTA 14 SPIRO 20, Eufaula 14 CHECOTAH 35, Heavener 26 Hilldale 34, LINCOLN CHR. 27 VALLIANT 28, Idabel 21 BEGGS 41, Inola 28 MORRIS 28, Kellyville 21 VIAN 48, Keys (Park Hill) 7 Locust Grove 38, JAY 17 Madill 28, DICKSON 27 Metro Christian 35, DEWEY 8 VICTORY CHR. 45, Okmulgee 16 Seq. Tahlequah 50, WESTVILLE 7 Stigler 28, ROLAND 21 TULSA NOAH 31, Verdigris 20 Class 2A PANAMA 27, Antlers 24 DEPEW 28, Caney Valley 20 Chelsea 30, OKLAHOMA UNION 26 ADAIR 34, Chouteau 20 LINDSAY 38, Comanche 22 Commerce 40, HULBERT 6 Frederick 16, MANGUM 14 Hugo 34, HARTSHORNE 31 KANSAS 42, Ketchum 20 Konawa 31, COALGATE 14 DAVIS 55, Marietta 12 TONKAWA 28, Newkirk 27 Nowata 35, PAWHUSKA 18 Okemah 35, HOLDENVILLE 20 ALVA 28, Pawnee 7 Pocola 28, WILBURTON 20 COLCORD 21, Quapaw 14 WYANDOTTE 22, Salina 14 HASKELL 24, Tishomingo 16 Class A Afton 48, LIBERTY 6 Barnsdall 24, DRUMRIGHT 12 VELMA-ALMA 42, Bray-Doyle 6 APACHE 40, Burns Flat-Dill City 8 WEWOKA 30, Caddo 14 WYNNEWOOD 36, Elmore City 16 Empire 34, HEALDTON 24 Fairview 30, HOOKER 14 FAIRLAND 26, Foyil 22 WARNER 32, Haileyville 8 Kiefer 40, HOMINY 6 Mooreland 28, BEAVER 22 Morrison 34, YALE 20 Okeene 42, TURPIN 7 TEXHOMA 34, Oklahoma Bible 20 SUMMIT CHR. 48, Porter 8 Quinton 28, GORE 18 Ringling 56, WILSON 6 Savanna 38, CANADIAN 20 CORDELL 28, Snyder 27 Talihina 41, CENTRAL SALLISAW 20 Thomas 48, SAYRE 8 RUSH SPRINGS 28, Walters 14 Watonga 38, PIONEER 18 Class B Alex 56, ALLEN 38 RINGWOOD 44, Canton 20 Central Marlow 56, GEARY 12 WELEETKA 48, Gans 14 POND CREEK-HUNTER 60, Garber 22 Keota 48, PORUM 16 COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 38, Medford 24 Merritt 44, SEILING 40 FOX 58, Paoli 22 Rejoice Christian 54, WATTS 8 BLUEJACKET 48, South Coffeyville 36 Strother 44, CAVE SPRINGS 30 LAVERNE 56, Waukomis 12 Wetumka 66, DEWAR 50 Woodland 44, OAKS 38 Class C Arkoma 48, MIDWAY 14 SHATTUCK 54, Balko 50 TIMBERLAKE 52, Boise City 22 Bokoshe 36, BOULEVARD CHR. 32 Buffalo 56, GOODWELL 6 MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 60, Carnegie JV 12 Cherokee 56, CLAREMORE CHR. 16 RYAN 28, Duke 22 CORN BIBLE 48, Gracemont 8 Kremlin-Hillsdale 44, TYRONE 6 Tipton 62, GRANDFIELD 28 SHARON-MUTUAL 56, WAYNOKA 8 DC-LAMONT 64, Wesleyan Chr. 12 Independent FT. WORTH All SAINTS 44, Holland Hall 20 Saturday, Oct. 12 Independent OSD 42, Iowa Deaf 34
Oct 5, 2013
James Allen made a mark in the NFL, playing for the Chicago Bears and Houston Texans, despite going undrafted. Since retiring, he has dabbled in the music industry and jumped into the sports training business, living now in Houston, where his son Hayden continues to improve from a health scare that required brain surgery.
Collected Wisdom: James Allen, former OU and NFL running back
BY JOHN HELSLEY | Oct 5, 2013James Allen put Wynnewood on the recruiting map back in the early 1990s, running for 6,203 yards and 95 touchdowns during a marvelous high school career. He was a USA Today All-American and the No. 1 running back prospect in America, according to Parade Magazine. Holding scholarship offers from a multitude of schools, Allen chose Oklahoma, vowing to play his part in bringing back Sooner Magic at a time when the program had stumbled. But Allen played for three coaches during his time at OU, never really reaching the fans' — or his own — expectations. For all he did as a Sooner, ranking No. 14 on the school's all-time rushing list, his college career seems to boil down to his games, good and bad, against Texas in the Cotton Bowl. From starring as a freshman in 1993 to getting stoned by Stoney Clark at the goal line as time expired in '94 to returning as hero with an overtime touchdown in '96, the Red River Rivalry outwardly defined Allen's journey with the Sooners. Allen made a mark in the NFL, playing for the Chicago Bears and Houston Texans, despite going undrafted. Since retiring, he has dabbled in the music industry and jumped into the sports training business, living now in Houston, where his son Hayden continues to improve from a health scare that required brain surgery. Those days at Wynnewood were, oh, they were awesome times. I actually got online the other day and looked at some old articles. I hadn't done that in about 20 years. And I was really impressed with some of the stuff I was reading about myself and my teammates. It was like, ‘Wow, we really did that.' Those were awesome times. Just arriving on campus (at OU) and going to practice with all the guys; the day, the actual day of getting there and Aubrey Beavers and Cale Gundy and all the media, it was like, ‘Oh my God, I'm an Oklahoma Sooner.' That was probably the proudest day of my life as a Sooner. Just sayin' to myself, ‘I'm an Oklahoma Sooner.' That was so huge. We're kind of the era that is the forgotten group. People want to put those years behind, so we don't really get brought up in conversation. Maybe a joke about what we were going through at that particular time. But you have to understand that as young men, we were just bouncing with the flow of things, trying to fit in with this coach and that coach. We couldn't really find a chemistry. When I got there, we were coming off probation. We were the guys who had to get back through that and try to get it turned back around. We were loaded with talent. I mean, you can look at that time and see how many guys went professional and you'll be amazed at that. Even at the running back position alone, when I first got to Oklahoma, I really encountered competition. I had to get through that. I had Jerald Moore. Jeff Frazier. De'Mond Parker. These guys were just as good as me. At OU, I kind of didn't know how to deal with that. I'm coming from Wynnewood, 2,000-yard rusher. This was a whole different level. Playing for the University of Oklahoma, it comes with a lot of pressure, but it also comes with a lot of responsibility, because of the great tradition you've got to carry. Every single player during that era, we failed. We failed the university. We failed the fans. We failed the great state of Oklahoma, because we didn't compete on the level that we were supposed to compete on. I think whenever Howard Schnellenberger came, that was the ultimate breaking point for us. It was brutal. It was something I had never been through. That was like the last straw. Because you had so much hope and expectation with him being our coach, but when he came in, literally we were beat down after about Game 6. I'm not making any excuses, but you have to understand that when things break down on a higher level, it's going to come all the way down. So you have guys in the locker room going a certain way, getting into cliques or not agreeing on who should be quarterback or who's doing what. At some point in time, we said, ‘Look, no matter who's calling the plays, no matter who the quarterback is, no matter what the media says, we've got to go out here and play and do it for us. And do it for the thousands of fans and the guys who came before us and the guys who will come after us.' From the outside looking in, someone may look at those guys and think we couldn't get it together. But from the inside looking out, we were really just trying to find leadership and trying to find our way as young men. We didn't have that with our coaches, with so much change going on. When you look back on it as a grown man, I think, I should have done more to be a leader, to be more vocal. But you learn from it and you grow. I think a lot of guys from that era, we probably come back less than any group of guys. The 80s era, they're forever going to be fan favorites. There's nothing that any team could do to replace those years. You have Switzer, you have The Boz … You had the controversies, but you had the winning. And then you have the guys, the 2000 kids who have really done a great job under coach Stoops. So there's a lost mix of guys from our time. ‘You remember those guys?' ‘Yeah, they sucked.' But you've got to take the good with the bad. If you're going to wear the OU helmet, you've got to hold your head up high when they do win championships. I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. Those times got me to where, if I hit a hard spot in life, I had something to look back on to help me move forward. (Getting stopped on the goal line against Texas), that's a ghost. That is a ghost right there. I ask myself, ‘Wow, what if I would have gotten in? What if …' But then, I made thousands of plays and I came up short thousands of times in my life, I'm not going to let that nag me to death. So when I think about OU-Texas, yeah, that does always come into my mind. But then, at the end of it, I can always say, ‘You know what, I got in on the last one.' That was perfect vindication. That was a perfect soap opera for me. You get stopped. You get denied. And you come back and have a great senior game against Texas. When I scored the overtime touchdown, I don't care how bad we were, we don't get enough props for that OU-Texas game, because that was awesome. I mean really, that was amazing. We were 0-4, and we go in there and do that. And just the way we won it, from offense to defense to special teams … that was amazing. If you look at it, we're the era (at OU) that's like when the ladies walk across the street and you lay down your jacket to cover up the rain puddle — we're the jacket. The whole deed was very chivalrous, but nobody paid any attention. We did what wasn't pretty. I know that we weren't as highly publicized for our years there, but we paid our dues, too. We maybe didn't win a championship, but I feel as though I'm a part of that history and tradition. And I'll always be a Sooner, no matter what they think about my era or me. I love OU. Out of all the schools that I could have gone to, I chose to stay home. And I'm glad that I did. I didn't get drafted. I bounced around for a minute. But I had so much growth as a young man. When I left OU, I felt like a huge weight was off my shoulders. There was so much pressure that was off, no one really knew who I was or what I was doing. I could just focus on football. I was just another number trying to make it. I still had to pay some dues and deal with the NFL politics, but it worked in my favor. God blessed me and allowed me to have a great career with the Bears and the Texans. It was an underdog story, where you just come up from the bottom and you earn it. When I got to that level, I had to go get it. Being a Sooner and going through those rough times allowed me to do it. I love working with kids. Being a dad now, being around kids is a great outlet and a great way for us to grow as adults, too. Every kid I get to train or talk to about life, I always find that while I'm giving them a lesson, I'm learning something as well. Kids these days, if we look at them very, very closely, they're a sounding board and a platform for us to grow as adults, as teachers, as parents, because they're going to challenge you every day. You can't give them false enthusiasm, because they'll detect it. So it's very important to open our hearts and our minds to them. So beyond being behind them, trying to help them run and jump and do all these other things, I'm trying to give them some valuable information about life that they can carry forward. I live in Houston. I have a son, who really needs me right now. I was planning to move from Houston back to Oklahoma, to open a training facility. It would just make sense for me to be somewhere where I have a name, humbly saying. People know me. I have friends who have kids that want to train. Hayden needed unexpected brain surgery in October of 2012. Very traumatic. Almost life ending. That's when my life completely changed, my approach to day-to-day living. Loving him and sharing and hugging him and letting people know that, ‘Hey man, this is how I feel.' He had a scare. And he has made a great recovery, thanks to God. He's walking ... talking, it's a miracle, man. I don't even deserve the blessings and grace that God has poured out into my son. I have seen a real, live miracle with my own eyes. The only thing that rubs me the wrong way here is when I see cars with the horns on the back. When I think back on it, I always put those memories in my head and let the rest go. There's nothing you can do about the good or the bad. You can pull from whatever you want to pull from, I pick the good times.
Oct 2, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright predicts score of every game in the state, including Carl Albert-McGuinness, Deer Creek-El Reno and Norman North-Yukon.
Oklahoma high school football: Week 5 picks
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Oct 2, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 150-26 (85.2 pct.) Overall record: 541-178 (75.2 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area Chickasha 41, CAPITOL HILL 13 LAWTON 42, Choctaw 28 OKC PATRIOTS 46, Cookson Hills 42 Destiny Christian 52, MAUD 48 EDMOND SANTA FE 48, Mustang 42 TULSA MEMORIAL 20, Noble 17 MOORE 35, Putnam North 34 Class B RINGWOOD 48, Covington-Douglas 44 Independent OSD 56, Arkansas Deaf 40 WRIGHT CHR. 60, Rejoice Chr. JV 38 Friday's Games City Area Ada 42, TECUMSEH 14 Arkoma 52, SW COVENANT 38 Bethany 41, PERKINS 30 Blanchard 42, BRIDGE CREEK 12 PIEDMONT 28, Cache 27 Carl Albert 42, McGUINNESS 34 Casady 28, ST. MARK'S 24 Cashion 35, PIONEER 14 NEWCASTLE 28, Centennial 20 HENNESSEY 28, Chisholm 14 COYLE 54, Copan 6 CRESCENT 44, Crossings Chr. 30 Davenport 56, DEWAR 54 Davis 42, LEXINGTON 12 Del City 45, ARDMORE 28 Dickson 28, PAULS VALLEY 27 Douglass 34, MANNFORD 20 Drumright 22, WELLSTON 18 Edmond Memorial 30, NORMAN 24 DEER CREEK 38, El Reno 20 Fox 56, MACOMB 6 NORTHWEST 28, Guymon 14 GLENPOOL 37, Harrah 24 Heritage Hall 35, JOHN MARSHALL 28 Jones 34, BETHEL 14 EDMOND NORTH 35, Lawton Ike 6 TIMBERLAKE 54, Life Christian 8 TUTTLE 35, Little Axe 7 Luther 44, CROOKED OAK 38 McLoud 48, SANTA FE SOUTH 8 Meeker 30, OKEMAH 26 Millwood 49, CHRISTIAN HERITAGE 24 Minco 42, WATONGA 22 WESTMOORE 45, Muskogee 16 Norman North 41, YUKON 38 DIBBLE 34, Northeast 21 ALEX 54, Okla. Christian Aca. 8 Oklahoma Chr. 38, TULSA NOAH 24 CHANDLER 34, Prague 20 Purcell 35, MADILL 21 Putnam City 44, TULSA EDISON 30 McALESTER 47, Shawnee 42 LAWTON MAC 42, Southeast 14 Southmoore 37, PUTNAM WEST 20 MARLOW 40, St. Mary 24 KINGFISHER 42, Star Spencer 20 TULSA UNION 35, Stillwater 24 MIDWEST CITY 56, U.S. Grant 8 Washington 35, HOBART 21 Wayne 21, CADDO 12 GUTHRIE 49, Western Heights 12 Class 6A BROKEN ARROW 42, Bixby 21 Enid 38, TULSA WASHINGTON 34 Jenks 56, SAPULPA 14 Owasso 48, PONCA CITY 7 BARTLESVILLE 35, Sand Springs 28 Class 5A Claremore 28, TAHLEQUAH 21 Coweta 44, TULSA EAST CENTRAL 42 Duncan 31, ALTUS 27 TULSA KELLEY 33, Durant 26 COLLINSVILLE 27, Grove 17 Tulsa Central 22, PRYOR 20 SKIATOOK 34, Tulsa Hale 16 Class 4A Catoosa 42, MIAMI 28 Clinton 44, ELGIN 20 ANADARKO 48, Elk City 19 Fort Gibson 36, BROKEN BOW 13 Oologah 32, TULSA WEBSTER 12 CASCIA HALL 28, Sallisaw 24 POTEAU 38, Stilwell 14 MULDROW 34, Tulsa Rogers 22 CLEVELAND 35, Vinita 32 Wagoner 40, TULSA McLAIN 21 WEATHERFORD 24, Woodward 21 Class 3A Beggs 44, OKMULGEE 12 Cushing 42, BRISTOW 28 SPERRY 24, Dewey 21 STIGLER 28, Eufaula 20 MORRIS 21, Henryetta 20 HILLDALE 42, Inola 35 SEQ. TAHLEQUAH 34, Keys (Park Hill) 14 Lincoln Christian 38, JAY 24 Lone Grove 42, ATOKA 14 Metro Christian 48, BLACKWELL 7 Plainview 28, SULPHUR 12 Roland 30, HEAVENER 13 Seminole 49, SEQ. CLAREMORE 35 Spiro 40, IDABEL 12 CHECOTAH 34, Valliant 6 BERRYHILL 31, Verdigris 14 Victory Christian 49, KELLYVILLE 6 LOCUST GROVE 38, Westville 12 Class 2A Adair 28, NOWATA 21 Alva 35, PERRY 14 NEWKIRK 27, Chelsea 13 TISHOMINGO 14, Coalgate 7 SALINA 28, Colcord 18 Hartshorne 30, PANAMA 28 HASKELL 21, Holdenville 20 Hugo 42, POCOLA 20 COMMERCE 24, Kansas 21 Kingston 21, KONAWA 18 Lindsay 37, FREDERICK 14 COMANCHE 28, Mangum 21 STRATFORD 20, Marietta 14 STROUD 35, Mounds 7 CHOUTEAU 28, Oklahoma Union 14 Pawhuska 28, CANEY VALLEY 20 KETCHUM 30, Quapaw 16 Regent Prep 35, WILBURTON 14 Tonkawa 28, PAWNEE 21 Vian 44, ANTLERS 20 Wyandotte 28, HULBERT 7 Class A THOMAS 48, Apache 20 OKLAHOMA BIBLE 25, Beaver 13 CORDELL 28, Carnegie 21 Central Sallisaw 30, QUINTON 12 Gore 32, CANADIAN 16 KIEFER 54, Depew 20 Fairland 28, LIBERTY 14 SAVANNA 36, Haileyville 16 RINGLING 34, Healdton 20 Hollis 44, SNYDER 12 MORRISON 22, Hominy 14 OKEENE 35, Hooker 6 WYNNEWOOD 42, Maysville 28 Rush Springs 30, BRAY-DOYLE 13 Sayre 28, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 16 Summit Christian 48, FOYIL 14 Talihina 42, UNION CHR. (ARK.) 20 Texhoma 35, MOORELAND 21 FAIRVIEW 28, Turpin 8 Velma-Alma 40, WILSON 14 EMPIRE 38, Walters 22 Warner 30, PORTER 12 ELMORE CITY 28, Wewoka 27 Yale 34, BARNSDALL 14 Class B Allen 34, GEARY 20 Cave Springs 44, GANS 32 Laverne 56, MEDFORD 6 Merritt 42, CANTON 20 SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 44, Oaks 38 CENTRAL MARLOW 40, Paoli 28 Pond Creek-Hunter 56, WAUKOMIS 24 WETUMKA 58, Porum 20 GARBER 54, Seiling 20 Strother 56, BOWLEGS 8 WOODLAND 40, Watts 22 CYRIL 48, Waurika 28 Welch 28, SASAKWA 20 KEOTA 50, Weleetka 40 Class C Balko 42, BUFFALO 22 KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 44, Claremore Chr. 20 WAYNOKA 56, Goodwell 8 Grandfield 54, GRACEMONT 8 Midway 44, BOKOSHE 20 CHEROKEE 58, Mount View-Gotebo 12 Ryan 38, CORN BIBLE 22 Sharon-Mutual 56, BOISE CITY 30 Thackerville 48, WEBBERS FALLS 24 Tipton 60, DUKE 6 SHATTUCK 48, Tyrone 14 BLUEJACKET 56, Wesleyan Chr. 8 Independent Holland Hall 35, DALLAS GREENHILL 14 Saturday, Oct. 5 City Area LIGHTHOUSE CHR. 34, Community Chr. 30 OKC Legion 38, AFTON 24
Sep 25, 2013
Scott Wright predicts the score of every game in the state, including Carl Albert-Deer Creek, Edmond Santa Fe-Southmoore and Kingfisher-Heritage Hall.
Week 4 Oklahoma high school football picks
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Sep 25, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 137-46 (74.9 pct.) Overall record: 391-152 (72.0 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area Chr. Heritage 35, NORTHEAST 14 STAR SPENCER 34, John Marshall 30 PUTNAM CITY 28, Sapulpa 21 Class C Shattuck 54, BUFFALO 38 Independent REGENT PREP 48, Cookson Hills 38 Friday's Games City Area Bethel 28, CENTENNIAL 22 Blanchard 42, LITTLE AXE 20 ST. MARY 21, Bridge Creek 20 DUNCAN 35, Capitol Hill 14 BETHANY 34, Chandler 30 WYNNEWOOD 28, Community Chr. 12 Coyle 44, WELCH 24 Crescent 45, CARNEGIE 16 OKLAHOMA CHR. 35, Crooked Oak 22 CASADY 31, Dallas Greenhill 24 CARL ALBERT 28, Deer Creek 21 Destiny Christian 48, CORN BIBLE 22 Dibble 44, LUTHER 42 Edmond North 28, PUTNAM NORTH 13 Edmond Santa Fe 45, SOUTHMOORE 38 WAYNE 28, Elmore City 24 WASHINGTON 34, Frederick 12 OKLA. CHRISTIAN ACA. 36, Geary 28 Glenpool 38, McLOUD 35 Guthrie 50, GUYMON 6 MEEKER 30, Haskell 20 Kingfisher 34, HERITAGE HALL 28 Lawton 35, EDMOND MEMORIAL 24 DEL CITY 44, Lawton Mac 38 Lexington 28, MARIETTA 12 PAOLI 24, Macomb 8 Marlow 48, JONES 42 McAlester 42, NOBLE 21 McGuinness 24, EL RENO 13 NORMAN NORTH 30, Midwest City 28 CASHION 35, Minco 32 Moore 41, U.S. GRANT 12 TUTTLE 35, Newcastle 28 Norman 34, MUSTANG 30 Northwest 41, WESTERN HEIGHTS 20 MILLWOOD 52, OKC Legion 20 PURCELL 30, Pauls Valley 22 SEMINOLE 46, Perkins 31 WOODWARD 28, Piedmont 21 STILLWATER 27, Ponca City 17 CHOCTAW 42, Putnam West 35 HARRAH 30, Santa Fe South 14 ARDMORE 38, Southeast 20 Stroud 48, WELLSTON 20 SW Covenant 44, MIDWAY 16 DOUGLASS 42, Tecumseh 12 SHAWNEE 28, Tulsa Memorial 20 HENNESSEY 34, Tulsa NOAH 24 Watonga 28, CROSSINGS CHR. 21 DAVENPORT 50, Weleetka 44 Westmoore 35, BIXBY 28 Windsor Hills 38, LIFE CHRISTIAN 22 OKC PATRIOTS 34, Wright Christian 20 Yukon 42, LAWTON IKE 21 Class 6A ENID 28, Bartlesville 24 Broken Arrow 41, MUSKOGEE 17 JENKS 55, Tulsa Edison 15 Tulsa Union 34, OWASSO 24 Tulsa Washington 35, SAND SPRINGS 27 Class 5A CHICKASHA 28, Altus 19 CLAREMORE 31, Collinsville 27 COWETA 35, Pryor 28 DURANT 17, Skiatook 14 Tahlequah 28, GROVE 21 Tulsa East Central 21, TULSA CENTRAL 20 Tulsa Kelley 35, TULSA HALE 14 Class 4A Anadarko 44, CACHE 24 Cascia Hall 38, STILWELL 12 WAGONER 34, Catoosa 28 ELK CITY 28, Elgin 27 Fort Gibson 33, TULSA ROGERS 20 ADA 27, Mannford 17 BROKEN BOW 38, Muldrow 15 Poteau 28, SALLISAW 24 Tulsa McLain 35, MIAMI 14 CLEVELAND 27, Tulsa Webster 7 OOLOGAH 22, Vinita 14 CLINTON 41, Weatherford 28 Class 3A DICKSON 28, Atoka 14 Berryhill 42, DEWEY 20 VERDIGRIS 14, Blackwell 12 Checotah 34, ROLAND 28 VALLIANT 27, Heavener 14 EUFAULA 28, Idabel 6 HILLDALE 35, Jay 7 BEGGS 42, Kellyville 12 Keys (Park Hill) 28, WESTVILLE 16 Lincoln Christian 31, LIGHTHOUSE CHR. 24 Locust Grove 30, SEQ.-TAHLEQUAH 21 PLAINVIEW 34, Madill 14 Metro Christian 48, PAWHUSKA 14 BRISTOW 21, Morris 17 INOLA 20, Okmulgee 14 CUSHING 42, Prague 14 SEQ.-CLAREMORE 36, Sperry 20 Stigler 31, SPIRO 24 Sulphur 28, LONE GROVE 14 Victory Christian 45, HENRYETTA 12 Class 2A Alva 38, CHISHOLM 18 HARTSHORNE 44, Antlers 14 ADAIR 50, Caney Valley 20 Chouteau 24, CHELSEA 20 Commerce 34, WYANDOTTE 14 Hinton 28, MANGUM 8 Hobart 48, LINDSAY 44 HUGO 28, Holdenville 24 Colcord 24, Hulbert 14 Kansas 30, QUAPAW 12 SALINA 28, Ketchum 22 DAVIS 42, Konawa 20 Nowata 35, OKLAHOMA UNION 6 Okemah 46, MOUNDS 12 WILBURTON 28, Panama 24 Pawnee 20, NEWKIRK 14 TONKAWA 28, Perry 21 VIAN 42, Pocola 12 Savanna 35, COALGATE 20 KINGSTON 21, Tishomingo 20 Class A Afton 30, FAIRLAND 20 HOMINY 21, Barnsdall 12 TEXHOMA 48, Beaver 22 WALTERS 21, Bray-Doyle 20 THOMAS 42, Burns Flat 14 STRATFORD 28, Caddo 7 Canadian 20, HAILEYVILLE 6 HOLLIS 42, Cordell 21 YALE 24, Drumright 8 Empire 20, RUSH SPRINGS 14 OKEENE 23, Fairview 7 WARNER 35, Foyil 14 CENTRAL SALLISAW 28, Gore 14 Hooker 40, TURPIN 12 Kiefer 30, PORTER 8 SUMMIT CHRISTIAN 28, Liberty 7 OKLAHOMA BIBLE 27, Mooreland 16 Morrison 42, DEPEW 16 SNYDER 22, Pioneer 20 TALIHINA 49, Quinton 28 Ringling 35, VELMA-ALMA 20 APACHE 32, Sayre 14 Wewoka 28, MAYSVILLE 19 HEALDTON 21, Wilson 14 Class B Alex 56, WAURIKA 12 COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 38, Canton 34 ALLEN 40, Central Marlow 34 FOX 48, Cyril 8 Dewar 56, BOWLEGS 6 PORUM 48, Gans 24 Garber 62, MERRITT 42 Keota 56, STROTHER 40 POND CREEK-HUNTER 52, Medford 8 Rejoice Christian 60, COPAN 6 LAVERNE 48, Ringwood 8 South Coffeyville 46, WATTS 16 SEILING 66, Waukomis 50 Wetumka 58, CAVE SPRINGS 12 Woodland 38, AGRA 34 Class C Bluejacket 54, DC-LAMONT 38 Boise City 48, GOODWELL 20 WEBBERS FALLS 44, Bokoshe 26 Cherokee 56, WESLEYAN CHR. 14 GRANDFIELD 54, Duke 12 KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 48, Gracemont 8 THACKERVILLE 64, Maud 54 TIPTON 56, Mount View-Gotebo 12 ARKOMA 48, Sasakwa 24 RYAN 42, Temple 28 SHARON-MUTUAL 46, Timberlake 42 BALKO 66, Waynoka 30 Independent HOLLAND HALL 28, Irving Cistercian 21 Saturday's Game Independent OSD 36, Kansas Deaf 12
Sep 18, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright predicts the score of the Week 3 games.
Oklahoma high school football picks: Week 3
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Sep 18, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 125-55 (69.4 pct.) Overall record: 254-106 (70.6 pct.) Thursday City Area BRIDGE CREEK 45, Anadarko JV 6 PUTNAM CITY 42, Choctaw 35 JOHN MARSHALL 30, Crooked Oak 27 St. Mary 28, NORTHEAST 14 Class 4A Poteau 28, Tulsa Webster 7 Class A CADDO 34, Durant JV 16 TALIHINA 36, Sallisaw JV 12 Class C BLUEJACKET 50, Cookson Hills 8 Friday City Area Apache 42, CROSSINGS CHR. 30 MADILL 20, Bethel 16 Capitol Hill 28, TULSA ROGERS 12 Cashion 42, LUTHER 38 Centennial 22, U.S. GRANT 14 Chandler 35, HARRAH 28 Chr. Heritage 34, LINCOLN CHR. 17 DESTINY CHR. 48, Community Chr. 28 REJOICE CHR. 44, Coyle 36 CASADY 28, Dallas Episcopal 24 WETUMKA 50, Davenport 44 Davis 29, HERITAGE HALL 28 Dibble 44, EMPIRE 40 CARL ALBERT 21, Duncan 14 DEER CREEK 35, Edmond Memorial 34 Edmond Santa 28, EDMOND NORTH 13 Guthrie 31, ENID 21 KINGFISHER 35, Hennessey 28 PURCELL 30, Lexington 16 Lindsay 27, PAULS VALLEY 23 CENTRAL MARLOW 56, Macomb 12 SEMINOLE 49, McLoud 42 Meeker 34, WAYNE 28 Midwest City 28, DEL CITY 27 Millwood 40, ADAIR 22 Minco 42, MAYSVILLE 12 Mustang 48, STILLWATER 42 BLANCHARD 35, Newcastle 24 Noble 28, EL RENO 21 Norman 27, YUKON 24 WOODWARD 28, Northwest 21 OKC Legion 32, TULSA HALE 20 OKC Patriots 26, SUNRISE CHR., KAN. 22 ALLEN 38, Okla. Christian Aca. 34 Oklahoma Christian 27, JONES 21 SHAWNEE 35, Ponca City 20 PUTNAM NORTH 48, Putnam West 20 SANTA FE SOUTH 35, SeeWorth Aca. 12 CLINTON 49, Southeast 21 Southmoore 34, MOORE 21 DOUGLASS 28, Star Spencer 14 Tecumseh 28, LITTLE AXE 24 Tuttle 46, ELGIN 16 PERKINS 30, Verdigris 22 Washington 21, BETHANY 20 WINDSOR HILLS 42, Watts 22 McGUINNESS 28, Weatherford 21 CRESCENT 48, Wellston 14 PIEDMONT 35, Western Heights 22 Westmoore 37, NORMAN NORTH 34 Wright Christian 40, LIFE CHRISTIAN 38 Class 6A Bixby 28, SPRINGDALE, ARK. 21 Fayetteville, Ark. 45, MUSKOGEE 20 Lawton 49, ALTUS 14 LAWTON MAC 35, Lawton Eisenhower 28 JENKS 38, Owasso 24 SAND SPRINGS 28, Sapulpa 17 BARTLESVILLE 31, Skiatook 12 TULSA WASHINGTON 35, Tulsa East Central 21 Tulsa Edison 34, ELK CITY 20 BROKEN ARROW 44, Tulsa Union 38 Class 5A Ada 21, DURANT 14 GAINESVILLE, TEXAS 28, Ardmore 21 Chickasha 21, CACHE 20 McALESTER 42, Claremore 35 OOLOGAH 28, Collinsville 24 TULSA KELLEY 31, Coweta 21 WAGONER 28, Grove 14 Hugoton, Kan. 28, GUYMON 21 Pryor 27, MIAMI 12 SALLISAW 24, Tahlequah 18 TULSA McLAIN 34, Tulsa Central 20 Tulsa Memorial 27, TULSA NOAH 17 Class 4A Anadarko 48, PERRY 8 FORT GIBSON 35, Catoosa 31 CUSHING 28, Cleveland 15 VINITA 23, Dewey 14 Glenpool 33, SPERRY 20 Locust Grove 38, STILWELL 22 Mannford 21, BRISTOW 7 BROKEN BOW 21, Metro Christian 20 VIAN 32, Muldrow 20 Class 3A ANTLERS 14, Atoka 7 Berryhill 42, KELLYVILLE 22 Chisholm 42, BLACKWELL 8 Dickson 28, TISHOMINGO 14 LONE GROVE 31, Frederick 12 Hartshorne 33, STIGLER 28 Haskell 28, SPIRO 21 Heavener 22, GORE 20 CHECOTAH 28, Henryetta 21 BEGGS 45, Hilldale 28 HUGO 37, Idabel 20 Jay 28, McDONALD COUNTY 24 Keys (Park Hill) 21, EUFAULA 20 Okemah 28, MORRIS 21 Plainview 31, VALLIANT 7 Roland 22, OKMULGEE 12 Seq. Claremore 34, INOLA 22 VICTORY CHRISTIAN 55, Seq. Tahlequah 48 Stroud 28, PRAGUE 12 MARLOW 42, Sulphur 21 KANSAS 28, Westville 8 Class 2A Chouteau 35, PORTER 14 Coalgate 28, HOLDENVILLE 14 Colcord 35, CENTRAL SALLISAW 20 Comanche 26, WALTERS 20 Hinton 44, SAYRE 16 ALVA 38, Hobart 28 KIEFER 33, Hulbert 12 FAIRLAND 22, Ketchum 12 CORDELL 20, Mangum 14 YALE 28, Mounds 20 NOWATA 30, Newkirk 14 Oklahoma Union 26, FOYIL 18 COMMERCE 35, Oswego, Kan. 14 Pawhuska 21, HOMINY 20 BARNSDALL 24, Pawnee 16 QUINTON 26, Pocola 20 AFTON 28, Quapaw 22 Ringling 34, MARIETTA 14 BRAY-DOYLE 34, Duke 24 Salina 30, CHELSEA 12 Tonkawa 18, FAIRVIEW 12 PANAMA 28, Warner 18 KONAWA 32, Wewoka 24 SAVANNA 36, Wilburton 20 KINGSTON 40, Wilson 12 Wyandotte 22, CANEY VALLEY 14 Class A Depew 28, CANADIAN 14 Hartford, Ark. 28, HAILEYVILLE 6 WYNNEWOOD 34, Healdton 22 Hollis 34, BEAVER 14 Liberty 14, DRUMRIGHT 8 Mooreland 21, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 6 Okeene 48, PIONEER 20 MORRISON 28, Oklahoma Bible 27 HOOKER 30, San Jacinto Chr., Texas, 12 WATONGA 34, Snyder 14 RUSH SPRINGS 14, Stratford 7 Summit Christian 44, REGENT PREP 34 BOOKER, TEXAS 31, Texhoma 28 Thomas 48, CARNEGIE 14 Velma-Alma 32, ELMORE CITY 26 Class B SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 28, Agra 22 GANS 54, Bowlegs 20 Cave Springs 42, KEOTA 38 WOODLAND 36, Copan 12 Fox 58, ALEX 50 Garber 42, CANTON 30 Laverne 54, COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 28 Merritt 34, WAUKOMIS 20 Paoli 44, CYRIL 12 Pond Creek-Hunter 50, RINGWOOD 42 WELEETKA 42, Porum 22 Seiling 28, MEDFORD 18 DEWAR 60, Strother 54 Waurika 34, GEARY 20 Welch 44, OAKS 42 Class C MAUD 48, Arkoma 20 BALKO 56, Boise City 48 Buffalo 36 WAYNOKA 22 SW COVENANT 40, Claremore Chr. 20 DC-Lamont 54, TIMBERLAKE 34 Grandfield 44, CORN BIBLE 40 Midway 34, WEBBERS FALLS 28 Mount View-Gotebo 54, GRACEMONT 12 Rolla, Kan. 40, GOODWELL 14 Sasakwa 48, BOKOSHE 8 Shattuck 38, SOUTH BARBER, KAN. 30 Tipton 60, TEMPLE 20 SHARON-MUTUAL 52, Tyrone 28 Wesleyan Chr. 48, KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 24 Independent HOLLAND HALL 28, Arlington Oakridge 21 Cornerstone Chr. 42, BOULEVARD CHR. 30 Saturday, Sept 21 Independent OSD 48, Louisiana Deaf 28 Note: Home team in CAPS
Sep 11, 2013
Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state.
Oklahoma high school football picks: Week 2
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Sep 11, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record (and overall): 129-51 (.717) Thursday, Sept 12 City Area Casady 35, COMMUNITY CHR. 20 Mustang 48, PC NORTH 28 U.S. Grant 21, CAPITOL HILL 20 EDMOND SANTA FE 38, Yukon 28 Class 6A LAWTON IKE 28, Altus 24 Class 4A CASCIA HALL, 35, Glenpool 34 Class 3A LOCUST GROVE 21, Kansas 20 Class A SAVANNA 28, Beggs JV 14 Depew 21, OKEMAH JV 7 Cyril 40, MACOMB 12 Friday, Sept 13 City Area Blanchard 34, LINDSAY 14 Cache 45, SANTA FE SOUTH 12 Carl Albert 20, COWETA 17 Cashion 34, CENTRAL SALLISAW 7 ANADARKO 55, Centennial 8 OKLA. CHRISTIAN ACA. 27, Cent. Marlow 22 Chr. Heritage 38, ST. MARY 20 Crescent 44, OKLAHOMA BIBLE 16 Crossings Chr. 35, BRAY-DOYLE 34 SHAWNEE 24, Deer Creek 21 Dickson 16, BETHEL 14 Edmond North 21, CHOCTAW 20 El Reno 28, CHICKASHA 21 EDMOND MEMORIAL 33, Enid 20 CROOKED OAK 26, Frederick 22 CLINTON 34, Heritage Hall 31 LUTHER 28, Hinton 21 John Marshall 30, BRIDGE CREEK 17 HENNESSEY 34, Jones 21 DAVENPORT 48, Keota 44 Kingfisher 35, CHANDLER 28 LEXINGTON 27, Little Axe 21 McGuinness 21, TULSA KELLEY 20 Meeker 30, WEWOKA 27 NORMAN 28, Moore 7 Norman North 42, DEL CITY 38 Northwest 28, NORTHEAST 21 TULSA ROGERS 21, OKC Legion 16 DESTINY CHRISTIAN 35, OKC Patriots 14 Oklahoma Chr. 24, TONKAWA 20 BETHANY 31, Pauls Valley 20 McLOUD 40, Perkins 27 Piedmont 34, HARRAH 20 GUTHRIE 42, Ponca City 12 WASHINGTON 28, Purcell 27 Putnam City 48, PC WEST 12 Southeast 22, STAR SPENCER 16 MIDWEST CITY 27, Stillwater 13 SW Covenant 36, SASAKWA 24 SEMINOLE 50, Tecumseh 13 Tuttle 34, ELK CITY 20 NEWCASTLE 27, Verdigris 24 DIBBLE 35, Walters 14 Wayne 30, MINCO 28 YALE 28, Wellston 14 NOBLE 35, Western Heights 14 SOUTHMOORE 38, Westmoore 34 LIFE CHRISTIAN 22, Wichita Warriors 20 COYLE 40, Woodland 28 Class 6A TULSA EAST CENTRAL 45, Bartlesville 20 BENTONVILLE, ARK. 28, Broken Arrow 21 Jenks 38, TULSA UNION 34 LAWTON 28, Lawton Mac 22 OWASSO 44, Muskogee 18 Sand Springs 34, BIXBY 24 SAPULPA 21, Tulsa Hale 14 Tulsa Memorial 34, TULSA EDISON 14 McALESTER 28, Tulsa Washington 21 Class 5A COLLINSVILLE 28, Catoosa 24 ARDMORE 33, Durant 13 Grove 28, JAY 27 LIBERAL, KAN. 50, Guymon 12 CLAREMORE 44, Miami 14 Oologah 24, SKIATOOK 7 Rogers, Ark. 27, TAHLEQUAH 24 Springdale, Ark. 35, TULSA CENTRAL 13 Wagoner 34, PRYOR 28 Weatherford 20, DUNCAN 14 Class 4A Ada 35, IDABEL 12 Broken Bow 34, SHILOH CHR., ARK. 30 Cleveland 27, MANNFORD 20 PLAINVIEW 34, Elgin 14 FORT GIBSON 22, Hilldale 16 Nowata 28, VINITA 17 SEQ.-CLAREMORE 28, Sallisaw 21 Spiro 21, MULDROW 17 LINCOLN, ARK. 24, Stilwell 13 Tulsa McLain 34, SPERRY 14 BERRYHILL 28, Tulsa Webster 8 POTEAU 21, Van Buren, Ark. 14 Woodward 26, at Garden City, Kan. 20 Class 3A COALGATE 21, Atoka 14 Beggs 28, SEQ.-TAHLEQUAH 24 NEWKIRK 20, Blackwell 8 Bristow 14, STROUD 7 KEYS (PARK HILL) 21, Checotah 12 Colcord 18, WESTVILLE 14 VIAN 34, Eufaula 16 HARTSHORNE 21, Heavener 18 Henryetta 28, HOLDENVILLE 14 Inola 21, SALINA 13 CANEY VALLEY 33, Kellyville 16 MADILL 21, Kingston 20 Lincoln Christian 35, HOLLAND HALL 28 Marlow 20, COMANCHE 17 HASKELL 28, Morris 21 STIGLER, 35, Okmulgee 13 DEWEY 22, Pawhuska 15 CUSHING 55, Perry 35 OKEMAH 27, Prague 14 Roland 36, PANAMA 12 DAVIS 36, Sulphur 27 Tishomingo 27, LONE GROVE 22 METRO CHR. 28, Tulsa NOAH 21 HUGO 21, Valliant 16 Victory Christian 45, REGENT PREP 12 Class 2A Afton 21, KETCHUM 20 FOYIL 12, Chelsea 6 COMMERCE 35, Cherryvale, Kan. 7 FAIRVIEW 28, Chisholm 14 SUMMIT CHR. 27, Chouteau 22 HOBART 33, Cordell 20 Elmore City 35, MARIETTA 16 Fairland 30, QUAPAW 27 Gore 28, MOUNDS 14 POCOLA 40, Haileyville 8 Hulbert 21, WARNER 20 ALVA 36, Morrison 24 BARNSDALL 35, Oklahoma Union 34 HOMINY 28, Pawnee 22 WILBURTON 20, Quinton 12 Rush Springs 44, Riverside 6 MANGUM 28, Sayre 14 Stratford 35, KONAWA 33 Talihina 42, ANTLERS 8 ADAIR 44, Wyandotte 20 Class A Apache 28, CARNEGIE 6 BEAVER 21, Burlington, Colo. 12 WATONGA 35, Burns Flat 18 TEXHOMA 28, Clayton, N.M. 21 Hooker 42, HOLLIS 28 KIEFER 35, Liberty 12 EMPIRE 44, Maysville 14 MOORELAND 32, Pioneer 14 DRUMRIGHT 14, Porter 12 HEALDTON 21, Snyder 14 Thomas 16, OKEENE 14 SHAMROCK, TEXAS 35, Turpin 6 CADDO 34, Wilson 14 Wynnewood 28, VELMA-ALMA 24 Class B Alex 36, PAOLI 14 WAURIKA 22, Allen 16 LAVERNE 54, Canton 12 POND CREEK 56, Covington-Douglas 6 Dewar 48, CAVE SPRINGS 8 Gans 44, STROTHER 18 FOX 50, Geary 8 MERRITT 44, Medford 20 Oaks 52, WATTS 12 BOWLEGS 48, Porum 42 Rejoice Christian 56, WELCH 30 Ringwood 40, SEILING 36 Sharon-Mutual 44, AGRA 14 South Coffeyville 52, COPAN 28 GARBER 48, Waukomis 8 Wetumka 60, WELEETKA 58 Class C CHEROKEE 54, Bluejacket 14 ARKOMA 44, Bokoshe 32 Buffalo 48, BOISE CITY 34 WESLEYAN CHR. 44, Windsor Hills 28 BALKO 40, Corn Bible 26 MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 36, Duke 20 TYRONE 50, Goodwell 6 TIPTON 60, Gracemont 6 DC-LAMONT 56, Kremlin-Hillsdale 34 Maud 46, MIDWAY 6 THACKERVILLE 54, Ryan 50 Temple 44, GRANDFIELD 28 Timberlake 50, CLAREMORE CHR. 8 SHATTUCK 56, Waynoka 12 Webbers Falls 30, WRIGHT CHR. 20 Saturday, Sept 14 City Area Douglass 26, Millwood 23
Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state: Thursday, Sept 5 City Area CRESCENT 34, Newkirk 20 EDMOND SANTA FE 34, Midwest City 28 HERITAGE HALL 35, Casady 24 LEXINGTON 27, OKC Legion 22 Millwood 42, STAR SPENCER 28 Norman North 31, NORMAN 28 NORTHWEST 28, John Marshall 22 Putnam West 28, WESTERN HEIGHTS 21 SOUTHEAST 21, U.S.
Oklahoma high school football: Picking this week's games
By Scott Wright | Sep 4, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state: Thursday, Sept 5 City Area CRESCENT 34, Newkirk 20 EDMOND SANTA FE 34, Midwest City 28 HERITAGE HALL 35, Casady 24 LEXINGTON 27, OKC Legion 22 Millwood 42, STAR SPENCER 28 Norman North 31, NORMAN 28 NORTHWEST 28, John Marshall 22 Putnam West 28, WESTERN HEIGHTS 21 SOUTHEAST 21, U.S. Grant 12 SOUTHMOORE 30, Carl Albert 28 STROUD 27, Chandler 13 WASHINGTON 24, Bridge Creek 13 Class 5A CLAREMORE 27, Oologah 24 Clinton 21, LAWTON MAC 16 Class 4A CLEVELAND 42, Hominy 21 Elgin 35, RUSH SPRINGS 27 ROLAND 28, Muldrow 20 Class 3A Inola 27, CHELSEA 14 LOCUST GROVE 17, Salina 13 Class 2A CHISHOLM 44, Oklahoma Bible 20 COMANCHE 26, Velma-Alma 24 GORE 28, Panama 21 Warner 35, CHOUTEAU 13 WEWOKA 33, Holdenville 13 Class A Quinton 42, HARTSHORNE JV 6 Class B Bluejacket 48, WELCH 28 MAUD 50, Bowlegs 42 POND CREEK 48, DC-Lamont 41 CANTON 42, Geary 12 CAVE SPRINGS 37, Watts 24 Independent Wright Christian 42, COOKSON HILLS 28 OSD 55, Missouri Deaf 48 Friday, Sept 6 City Area BLANCHARD 33, Bethany 20 CENTENNIAL 28, Capitol Hill 14 COYLE 44, Covington-Douglas 24 Crossings Chr. 38, BURNS FLAT 20 Deer Creek 41, PIEDMONT 27 TULSA EAST CENTRAL 35, Del City 33 SW COVENANT 47, Destiny Christian 42 Dibble 28, MINCO 21 COMMUNITY CHR. 38, Drumright 14 Edmond North 21, EDMOND MEMORIAL 17 Enid 42, CHOCTAW 38 WINDSOR HILLS 31, Gracemont 14 Guthrie 35, DUNCAN 20 WEATHERFORD 28, Harrah 14 WAYNE 35, Healdton 27 Hennessey 28, CHRISTIAN HERITAGE 24 Kingfisher 49, GUYMON 7 PURCELL 27, Lindsay 22 Little Axe 20, SANTA FE SOUTH 13 Luther 27, WELLSTON 16 McAlester 35, STILLWATER 34 McLoud 30, BETHEL 18 Metro Christian 27, OKLAHOMA CHR. 24 WESTMOORE 28, Moore 21 Noble 17, TECUMSEH 14 TULSA McLAIN 33, Northeast 20 OKC Patriots 27, GRANDFIELD 13 CASHION 34, Okeene 28 DAVENPORT 37, Okla. Christian Aca. 20 NEWCASTLE 21, Pauls Valley 20 JONES 28, Perkins 24 TUTTLE 21, Plainview 17 MEEKER 27, Prague 20 PUTNAM CITY 34, Putnam North 31 Sasakwa 30, MACOMB 19 RIVERSIDE 33, SeeWorth Aca. 16 McGUINNESS 31, Shawnee 28 St. Mary 27, CROOKED OAK 23 Tipton 48, LIFE CHRISTIAN 14 Tulsa Washington 21, DOUGLASS 20 EL RENO 22, Woodward 14 Yukon 42, MUSTANG 38 Class 6A BIXBY 28, Garden City, Kan. 13 Lawton 44, LAWTON EISENHOWER 20 SAND SPRINGS 35, Muskogee 20 BROKEN ARROW 42, Owasso 35 PONCA CITY 27, Sapulpa 24 TULSA EDISON 21, Tulsa Hale 13 Tulsa Kelley 28, BARTLESVILLE 24 Class 5A ADA 31, Ardmore 28 ANADARKO 27, Chickasha 21 POTEAU 30, Durant 22 Fort Gibson 35, TAHLEQUAH 21 GROVE 24, Miami 20 CATOOSA 38, Pryor 21 COLLINSVILLE 30, Skiatook 8 TULSA CENTRAL 21, Tulsa Memorial 20 Wagoner 42, COWETA 40 Class 4A GLENPOOL 24, Berryhill 20 Broken Bow 35, IDABEL 14 FREDERICK 48, Cache 13 Cascia Hall 27, HOLLAND HALL 14 Cushing 35, MANNFORD 27 GREENWOOD, ARK., 35, Sallisaw 14 VERDIGRIS 40, Stilwell 27 OKMULGEE 22, Tulsa Rogers 14 Victory Christian 41, TULSA WEBSTER 18 JAY 14, Vinita 7 ELK CITY 26, Watonga 16 Class 3A Adair 45, KELLYVILLE 22 Antlers 42, VALLIANT 12 BRISTOW 34, Beggs 28 PERRY 42, Blackwell 8 Checotah 14, MORRIS 7 NOWATA 20, Dewey 18 Hartshorne 17, HENRYETTA 12 Hugo 28, ATOKA 13 DICKSON 28, Kingston 21 Lincoln, Ark. 28, WESTVILLE 7 Madill 34, TISHOMINGO 13 Marlow 28, LONE GROVE 24 SEQ.-TAHLEQUAH 31, Okemah 17 Seminole 42, LINCOLN CHRISTIAN 28 Seq. Claremore 28, KEYS (PARK HILL) 20 Sperry 27, EUFAULA 22 Stigler 21, HILLDALE 20 Vian 49, SPIRO 28 Wynnewood 28, SULPHUR 14 Class 2A THOMAS 35, Alva 34 CANEY VALLEY 31, Barnsdall 28 HOBART 42, Carnegie 12 KANSAS 37, Central Sallisaw 13 Coalgate 28, STRATFORD 27 Commerce 21, MT. VERNON, MO. 14 HINTON 33, Cordell 27 Davis 42, RINGLING 38 WYANDOTTE 27, Fairland 21 KETCHUM 14, Foyil 13 COLCORD 30, Haskell 28 YALE 27, Hulbert 24 SAVANNA 35, Konawa 14 HOLLIS 42, Mangum 12 Marietta 35, WILSON 6 Morrison 28, Pawnee 7 LIBERTY 17, Mounds 14 Oklahoma Union 20, QUAPAW 14 POCOLA 42, Regent Prep 40 Tonkawa 28, PAWHUSKA 24 TALIHINA 34, Wilburton 12 Class A Apache 38, Walters 8 STANTON COUNTY, KAN. 35, Beaver 7 CANADIAN 27, Caddo 20 Elkhart, Kan. 44, Turpin 12 Elmore City 42, BRAY-DOYLE 13 Empire 30, SNYDER 13 Fairview 48, PIONEER 14 Hooker 21, CLAYTON, N.M., 20 Kiefer 42, AFTON 14 Porter 16, Depew 14 MOORELAND 28, Sayre 16 Summit Christian 35, HAILEYVILLE 12 Texhoma 35, GRUVER, TEXAS 8 Woodland 44, MAYSVILLE 30 Class B Alex 47, WELEETKA 42 WETUMKA 55, Allen 14 OAKS 42, Bokoshe 28 Central Marlow 48, MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 8 MERRITT 50, Corn Bible 12 REJOICE CHR. 55, Dewar 52 Gans 49, MIDWAY 6 Garber 56, WAYNOKA 14 Keota 48, ARKOMA 28 Laverne 60, SHATTUCK 54 Ringwood 44, TIMBERLAKE 42 Ryan 38, WAURIKA 12 Sharon-Mutual 46, SEILING 40 MEDFORD 38, Strother 36 FOX 64, Temple 34 Thackerville 56, PAOLI 42 KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 42, Waukomis 40 Webbers Falls 38, PORUM 28 Wesleyan Chr. 46, COPAN 30 Class C Balko 38, MOSCOW, KAN. 20 Cherokee 56, BUFFALO 30 Claremore Chr. 28, BOULEVARD CHR. 24 SANTANA, KAN. 22, Goodwell 14 DUKE 22, Merritt JV 16 Tyrone 44, ROLLA, KAN. 20 BOISE CITY 30, Walsh, Colo. 24 Independent TULSA NOAH 31, Lighthouse Chr. 21 Saturday, Sept 7 Class 6A EULESS-TRINITY 38, Jenks 34 DESOTO, TEXAS 42, Tulsa Union 21 Note: Home teams in CAPS
Aug 31, 2013
Jenks-Union is no surprise as the pick for Week 2's best game, but find out about some of the year's other top games.
High school football: A week-by-week look at the season's top games
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Aug 31, 2013It's here. The scrimmages are over, and the high school football season has arrived. With several games set for Thursday, a loaded schedule Friday and a couple of intriguing Saturday matchups, Week 1 of the season should quickly wipe out the months of longing for football to return. In Sports Monday, we'll go into greater detail on the 10 best games of the first week of the season. But here's a week-by-week look at the top games of the upcoming year: Week 1 The pick: Midwest City vs. Edmond Santa Fe at UCO (Thursday) Sure, Midwest City still has some doubters after last year's 3-7 season. And maybe the Bombers aren't quite ready to knock off the best of the west. But last year's loss to Santa Fe (50-42) wasn't as lopsided as some of the Bombers' other defeats. Their defense has sparkled in the preseason. Now it's time to find out how they really stack up against the loaded Edmond Santa Fe offense. Other options Davis at Ringling; Del City at Tulsa East Central; Norman vs. Norman North at OU (Thursday); Jenks/Union vs. Texas powers Euless Trinity/DeSoto (Saturday) Week 2 The pick: Jenks vs. Tulsa Union at Tulsa University The only thing that makes this game any bigger is when it's played in November. But this year's battle has an interesting matchup question, with Union's all-new offensive line, and new starter at quarterback going against what might be Jenks' best defense since the 1997 squad led by Rocky Calmus. Other options Douglass at Millwood (Saturday); Carl Albert at Coweta; Heritage Hall at Clinton; McGuinness at Tulsa Kelley; Westmoore at Southmoore. Week 3 The pick: Tulsa Union at Broken Arrow Broken Arrow might have more Division I prospects than any team in the state, but are the Tigers a legitimate contender this year? How has Union's batch of new offensive starters handled the tough early schedule? Time to answer some questions before district play begins. Other options Edmond Santa Fe vs. Edmond North at UCO; Davis at Heritage Hall; Hennessey at Kingfisher; Midwest City at Del City; Tulsa East Central at Tulsa Washington. Week 4 The pick: Kingfisher at Heritage Hall Want to see a district decided in September? That might be the outcome here. Maybe Newcastle or someone else could rise up and disrupt the district hierarchy later in the year, but going in, the title looks to be on the line in Week 4. Other options Weatherford at Clinton; Lawton MacArthur at Del City; Deer Creek at Carl Albert. Week 5 The pick: Carl Albert at McGuinness These two teams played a pair of classic games last year, McGuinness taking the regular-season matchup and Carl Albert winning in the 5A semifinals. Both are in the top 3 of The Oklahoman's preseason poll, and even more will be riding on it this time around. Other options Shawnee at McAlester; Fort Gibson at Broken Bow; Coweta at Tulsa East Central. Week 6 The pick: Guthrie at Carl Albert Perhaps the strongest rivalry going in the OKC metro area, and it's just as hot this year. Carl Albert's 21-17 loss in Week 6 a year ago was the Titans' last defeat before running the table to the 5A title. Other options Anadarko at Clinton; Oklahoma Christian at Millwood; Broken Arrow at Jenks. Week 7 The pick: Edmond Santa Fe at Lawton Lawton — with a slew of beefy linemen, an experienced quarterback and speed all over the field — might be a dark-horse contender to be the west's best team. In Week 7, the Wolverines will get the chance to prove it. Other options Shawnee at Tulsa Kelley (Thursday); Jones at Blanchard (Thursday); Norman North at Edmond North. Week 8 The pick: Guthrie at Deer Creek Their meeting last year, a 42-35 Guthrie win in overtime, might have been the most dramatic and intense game of the regular season. Can they follow it up with another classic? Other options Fort Gibson at Cascia Hall; McAlester at Tulsa Kelley; Crescent at Cashion; Tipton at Ryan. Week 9 The pick: Wayne at Wynnewood These two teams have been among Class A's finest the last two years, and every meeting has been special. If nothing else, a district title should be on the line. Other options McGuinness at Guthrie; Texhoma at Okeene; Edmond North at Midwest City; Sand Springs at Owasso. Week 10 The pick: Douglass at Ada Two traditional powers meeting in the final week, likely with a district title on the line, both chasing their shot at the Class 4A title. Other options Tuttle at Blanchard; Berryhill at Metro Christian; Cascia Hall at Broken Bow; McGuinness at Deer Creek; Pond Creek-Hunter at Laverne.
Aug 28, 2013
Kingfisher will host Blanchard in a battle of Class 3A powerhouses on Thursday night.
High school football: State finalists square off in scrimmage
FROM STAFF REPORTS | Aug 28, 2013Title rematch highlights the week's scrimmages Is it too early to get excited for a state championship game rematch? Not in Kingfisher. The Yellowjackets will host Blanchard, the team that defeated them for the Class 3A championship last fall, as part of a busy Thursday scrimmage schedule around the Oklahoma City metro area. Mustang and Norman host their annual scrimmages, two of the biggest in the metro area. Edmond North, Norman North, Southmoore, Westmoore and Bishop McGuinness are among the teams on display in Mustang beginning at 4 p.m. Thursday. Norman's Top of the World Classic will include Stillwater, Choctaw, Deer Creek, Shawnee and others in an eight-team event at 5 p.m. Friday. Thursday All-City Preview At Douglass -Centennial vs. U.S. Grant, 6 p.m. -Southeast vs. Capitol Hill, 6:45 p.m. -Centennial/Grant winner vs. Douglass, 7:30 p.m. At Star Spencer -Star Spencer vs. Western Heights, 5:30 p.m. -John Marshall vs. Northeast, 6:15 p.m. -Star Spencer/Western Heights winner vs. Northwest Classen, 7 p.m. -John Marshall/Northeast winner vs. Millwood, 7:45 p.m. Allen at Davenport Bethany at Jones Bethel at Wynnewood Blanchard at Kingfisher Crooked Oak, Wellston, Depew at Prague Del City at Edmond Memorial Edmond North, Norman North, Southmoore, Westmoore, McGuinness, El Reno, Lawton MacArthur, Lawton Eisenhower at Mustang Edmond Santa Fe at Putnam City North Guthrie at Piedmont Little Axe at McLoud Meeker at Luther Midwest City at Carl Albert Okemah at Chandler Oklahoma Bible at Crossings Christian Perkins-Tryon at Hennessey Ponca City at Putnam City West Putnam City at Moore Rush Springs at Dibble Santa Fe South at Riverside Washington at Pauls Valley Yukon at Enid Friday All-City Preview At Star Spencer -Loser's bracket round robin (six games), 4:30 p.m. At Douglass -Semifinals, 6 and 6:45 p.m. -Third-place game, 7:30 p.m. -Championship, 8:15 p.m. Choctaw, Deer Creek, Sapulpa, McAlester, Noble, Stillwater, Shawnee at Norman Heritage Hall, OCS, Cascia Hall at Lincoln Christian Purcell at Anadarko Sayre at Minco Stratford at Lexington
Here's a look at who made The Oklahoman's preseason All-State team for Class A; a class that includes Ringling; Wayne and Cashion.
Class A high school football: Preseason All-State team
BY STEPHANIE KUZYDYM | Aug 25, 2013OFFENSE QB Taner Richardson, Ringling Sr. 5-11 182 RB Louden Johnson, Wayne Jr. 6-2 200 RB Trey Sneed, Kiefer So. 5-7 175 WR Joe Neece, Cashion Sr. 6-1 180 WR Jacob Overton, Minco Sr. 5-11 180 TE Ronnie Ward, Ringling Sr. 6-0 185 OL Hunter Miller, Fairland Sr. 6-3 295 OL Riley Daniel, Ringling Jr. 6-5 295 OL Jordan Blue, Talihina Sr. 6-0 240 OL Caleb Blue, Talihina Sr. 6-0 255 OL Tyler Boden, Thomas Sr. 5-10 230 DEFENSE DL Levi Allen, Wynnewood Sr. 6-1 294 DL Montana Musil, Crescent Sr. 5-8 200 DL Trey Skiles, Empire Sr. 6-0 200 LB Chaz Carr, Healdton Jr. 6-2 190 LB Colter Renst, Texhoma Sr. 5-9 165 LB Jordan Quinata, Morrison So. 5-11 175 DB Nathan Knitig, Texhoma Jr. 5-10 175 DB Scott Dobrinski, Okeene Sr. 5-11 175 DB D'Qwan Loneman, Watonga Sr. 5-11 185 DB Evan Whitt, Empire So. 5-9 150 DB Kyler Hensley, Mooreland So. 5-10 150 SPECIAL TEAMS K Blake Boeckman, Okeene Sr. 6-0 170 P Khalil Johnson, Hollis Jr. 5-11 160 KR Devion Saunders, Yale Sr. 5-8 150
1. Ringling (13-1) The Blue Devils no longer have RB Jackson Dillon, but they still have Taner Richardson. 2. Wynnewood (13-1) With 14 returning starters, Wynnewood has a chance to quickly overtake Ringling as the No. 1 team. 3. Thomas (11-1) The Terriers lost 15 seniors, but their talent is deep. 4. Texhoma (12-1) Loaded again after last year's district title and quarterfinal appearance. 5....
Class A Rankings: Ringling, Wynnewood top preseason rankings
BY STEPHANIE KUZYDYM AND SCOTT WRIGHT | Aug 25, 20131. Ringling (13-1) The Blue Devils no longer have RB Jackson Dillon, but they still have Taner Richardson. 2. Wynnewood (13-1) With 14 returning starters, Wynnewood has a chance to quickly overtake Ringling as the No. 1 team. 3. Thomas (11-1) The Terriers lost 15 seniors, but their talent is deep. 4. Texhoma (12-1) Loaded again after last year's district title and quarterfinal appearance. 5. Kiefer (11-1) Two words: Trey Sneed. Two more: Really fast. The 5-foot-6 running back rushed for 1,012 yards and 13 touchdowns on only 118 carries last year. 6. Hollis (9-2) DB Khalil Johnson leads the team from the defensive side of the ball. 7. Cashion (13-1) Expect to hear a lot of “QB Matt Harman to WR Joe Neece.” 8. Wayne (11-2) RB Louden Johnson continues to wow the state. 9. Okeene (6-5) With nine returning starters on each side of the ball, the Whippets just need to stay healthy. 10. Fairview (10-2) The Yellowjackets are on the upswing with coach Chris Cayot. 11. Crescent (10-2) RB Michael Cronister will break 3,000 career yards with a 1,000-plus rushing season. 12. Velma-Alma (8-4) The Comets could have even greater success under Greg Gothard in his 16th season. 13. Talihina (11-2) The Blue brothers will stop the left side of the field to protect QB Alan Lockhart. 14. Morrison (9-3) Linebacker Jordan Quinata is only a sophomore, but he makes a serious impact for the Wildcats. 15. Rush Springs (4-6) Colt Beard and the Redskins should make serious improvement from last season. 16. Minco (6-5) Look for senior Jacob Overton to shine at wide receiver ... and quarterback ... and free safety. 17. Warner (11-1) The Eagles had an undefeated regular season last year and remain near the top of Class A this year. 18. Apache (7-3) The quickness and experience of the Warriors, along with an unselfish team-oriented attitude could lead them to a stellar season. 19. Afton (5-6) Coach Zach Garner will try to get the team back to winning at least eight games like the team did in his first four seasons at the helm. 20. Watonga (6-5) Defensive back D'Qwan Loneman is the difference. 21. Savanna (9-2) Senior RB Christian Preston will try to keep scoring and leading. 22. Empire (7-4) Team lacks depth but will likely contend for a district title with the help of its 10 seniors. 23. Wewoka (7-4) Four-year starter and RB/LB Bryton Washington should continue to be the playmaker for coach Tommy Bare and the Tigers. 24. Elmore City (7-5) Coach Sam Sharp and the team haven't had a season below .500, and it's doubtful that will change in 2013. 25. Hominy (5-6) It will be hard to get past the depths of the Bucks' strong lines. 26. Summit Chr. (6-5) The combination of QB Cameron Gilbert and WR Jeremy Pelotte guides the Eagles through their tough district. 27. Mooreland (6-4) WR/DB Landon Peach is the quickest and biggest threat. 28. Snyder (5-6) The Cyclones will perform this season under a new system. 29. Gore (6-5) Former Berryhill and Kellyville assistant coach Steven Bivins begins his first year at the helm for the Pirates. 30. Fairland (6-4) New coach Austin Martin guides the Owls' path this year. 31. Healdton (5-6) Strong skill players like RB Chaz Carr help the Bulldogs. 32. Foyil (1-9) The Panthers didn't lose a lot, which could help them to more than one victory this season. 33. Central Sallisaw (4-7) Senior QB Aaron Bush has a chance to add a third 1,000-yard passing season to his high school career. 34. Yale (6-5) With multiple three- and four-year starters, the Bulldogs could have one of their best years in a while. 35. Stratford (5-5) Year 1 was an improvement from the 2011 Bulldogs squad. Look to see what Coach Robert McDown does in Year 2. 36. Canadian (5-5) The Cougars look to junior quarterback Caleb Jarrett to help them gain more victories. 37. Barnsdall (4-6) Four-year quarterback Caleb Hawes knows how to lead these Panthers. 38. Hooker (6-5) Coach Jacob Kreamer will look for the strength of his line to make up for his team's inexperience in skill positions. 39. Pioneer (2-8) The Mustangs' run game will go through Chase Courter. 40. Liberty (4-6) Look to senior RB Harley Stone to be the Tigers' spark. 41. Caddo (3-6) QB/FS Wyatt Wright makes things happen on both sides of the ball. 42. Cordell (3-7) QB Tyler Beasley already had more than 2,400 passing yards and 31 passing touchdowns. The Blue Devils hope those stats continue. 43. Wilson (1-9) A large amount of starters return to help the Eagles. 44. Quinton (3-7) New coach Jeremy Reeder tries to turn the Savages around. 45. Oklahoma Bible (2-8) Look for RB Chris Walker to have a breakout year. 46. Crossings Chr. (1-8) Last year was almost all freshmen and sophomores as the team played its first varsity season. That experience will help this young program. 47. Walters (1-9) The Blue Devils lack depth but have plenty of experience. 48. Drumright (3-7) The Tornadoes' linemen will be inexperienced, but their skill positions will try to make up for it. 49. Sayre (1-8) With few returning starters, the Eagles could struggle. 50. Carnegie (1-9) A small Wildcats squad could add to the team's struggles. 51. Beaver (1-9) The Dusters will try to rebound from a disappointing 2012 season. 52. Porter (2-8) Coach Ron Coppedge tries to pull the team out of a three-year slump. 53. Haileyville (0-9) Coach Mike Martin will look to his seniors to try to turn the Warriors to victory. 54. Maysville (0-10) The entire group of 2012 starters returns for coach Richard Norman. 55. Depew (0-10) Quarterback Drew Rains will be the Hornets' leader. 56. Burns Flat-Dill City (0-10) Coach Scott Renken hopes the Eagles gain strength off linebacker Tanner Renken. 57. Turpin (0-10) RB/DB Matt Young runs a 4.7 and is a big-play threat. 58. Bray-Doyle (1-9) The Donkeys want to change the atmosphere of their football program, but lack participation from their upperclassmen. BY STEPHANIE KUZYDYM AND SCOTT WRIGHT Note: 2012 record in parentheses.