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Bray-Doyle football News
Apr 3, 2014
The panel will be led by former Oklahoma Sooner standout Jim Riley, who played for the undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins. He will be joined by five other former NFL players from the state.
High school notebook: Former NFL players to lead anti-drug discussion in Yukon
By Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and Trent Shadid | Apr 3, 2014Six former NFL players will be featured speakers at the Town Hall Meeting of the YuCan Coalition, a Yukon organization that fights drug and alcohol abuse. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Yukon High School, 1777 S. Yukon Parkway, and is open to the public. The panel will be led by former Oklahoma Sooner standout Jim Riley, who played for the undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins. He will be joined by five other former NFL players from the state. The panel consists of former Sooners Roy Williams and John Goodman, as well as former OSU standouts Derrel Gofourth and Terry Brown. Former Philadelphia Eagles player Kenny Blair of Oklahoma City, who has coached at Northeast Academy and Northwest Classen, is also on the panel. For further information about the meeting, contact Kent Mathers at 314-5475. SHAWNEE GOLFERS OFF TO HOT START The Shawnee boys golf team continued its hot start with its second tournament victory in the span of a week on Wednesday. Coming off a win at their home course at Shawnee Country Club last week, the Wolves won at Coffee Creek in Edmond Wednesday with a team total of 318. Deer Creek was second at 323. Shawnee senior Daniel Langley shot 5-over-par 75 to win individual medalist honors, while teammate Morgen Pettigrew was fifth with a 78. The Wolves were runners-up at Seminole last week as well. EIGHT HIGH SCHOOL MASCOTS IN USA TODAY POLL The high school sports section of USA Today is hosting a contest for the best mascot in the nation, and eight Oklahoma schools have their mascots in the competition. The Woodward Boomers, Claremore Zebras, Dewey Bulldoggers, Bray-Doyle Donkeys, Eufaula Ironheads, Miami Wardogs, Newcastle Racers and Wright City Lumberjax are competing against each other in the first round of voting. The winner of the state round will advance to the regional round. The third and final round of voting to decide the nation’s best high school mascot will end April 25. Voting for the state round will continue until April 8 and can be found at contest.usatodayhss.com. ANTLERS’ MCNUTT WINS OSSAA BOARD ELECTION Antlers High School principal Bryan McNutt is the newest member of the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association Board of Directors after he won the runoff for the Southeast Quadrant II spot. McNutt will begin his term with the board in August. Also, current board member and Enid superintendent Shawn Hime’s resignation was accepted by a 12-0 vote at last week’s meeting. Hime was the Northwest Quadrant I representative and his term was scheduled to end June 30. SUBURBAN CONFERENCE WRESTLING AWARD WINNERS NAMED Deer Creek’s Cole Pacheco (182 pounds) was named Suburban Conference Wrestler of the Year after capping his senior season with a third-straight state title. Pacheco’s teammate Tanner Cole (106 pounds) received Newcomer of the Year honors after winning a state title as a freshman. Piedmont’s Blane Culp (170 pounds) and Chickasha’s Josh Latham (195 pounds) were the two other state champions to make the first team. Dayton West (113 pounds) was also a first-team selection from Deer Creek, which tied Piedmont for the most first-team honorees. The Wildcats also had Reece Henry (138 pounds) and Fransisco Lopez (145 pounds) named to the first team. OCA GIRLS ALL-STATE ROSTERS ANNOUNCED On Thursday, the Oklahoma Coaches Association released the rosters for the annual girls basketball All-State games in Tulsa. The games will be played Wednesday, July 30 at Oral Roberts University’s Mabee Center. The small-school game begins at 7 p.m. with the large school game to follow. Here’s the complete roster for each of the four teams. Large East Toree Thompson, Broken Arrow; Jordan Doyle, Broken Arrow; McKenzie Cooper, Shawnee; Janee Arnold, Tulsa East Central; Savannah Gray, Fort Gibson; Kamry Chamberlain, Vinita; Faith Ihim, Tulsa Memorial; Aaliyah Blakley, Ada; Lexi Williams, Inola; Esther Udoumah, Tulsa Union; Coaches: Mike Hughes, Broken Arrow; Dottie Slabaugh, Broken Bow. Large West Tamara Lee, Edmond Santa Fe; Jasauen Beard, Midwest City; Jordan Gilbert, Carl Albert; Whitney Jones, Deer Creek; Chandler Roof, Weatherford; Darian Hill, Harrah; Bri Kuestersteffen, Norman North; Aimee Rischard, Mount St. Mary; Taylor Ely, Norman; Paj Jackson, Lawton MacArthur; Coaches: Andy Bloodworth, Plainview; Robb Mills, Enid. Small East Baileigh O’Dell, Verdigris; Logan Burgess, Tonkawa; Marissa Goodman, Frontier; Baylee Evans, Red Oak; Molly Kerr, Adair; Miranda Griffin, Ketchum; Megan Womack, Stroud; Omega Reese, Tonkawa; Bailey Stephens, Adair; Miranda Stiles, Kiowa. Coaches: Jim Upshaw, Kellyville; Kurt Heller, Sperry. Small West Erika Wakefield, Heritage Hall; Gabbie Parsons, Cordell; Jade Jones, Pond Creek-Hunter; Morgan Vogt, Okarche; LaNesia Williams, Northeast; Jamie Gibson, Thomas; Taylor Mendell, Lomega; Kassy Easter, Sayre; Hannah Millar, Erick; Andi McGill, Turner. Coaches: Kenny Bare, Velma-Alma; Richard Carney, Hobart. REPORT: EAST CENTRAL TO HIRE FORMER NSU COACH Tulsa East Central is set to hire former Northeastern State football coach Kenny Evans as its football coach, the Tahlequah Daily Press reports. Evans confirmed to the paper he has had conversations with Tulsa Public Schools. The move will not be official until the TPS Board of Education meets Monday. Evans was 22-44 during his six years at NSU and was fired following the RiverHawks’ season-ending loss to Central Oklahoma in November. He had interviewed with several high schools in north Texas and also turned down a scouting position with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Daily Press reports. A source told The Oklahoman earlier this year that Evans interviewed at Westmoore, but was not a finalist for the job that went to new coach Adam Gaylor. He would be replacing Bobby Klinck, who resigned earlier this year to become the defensive coordinator at Broken Arrow.
Nov 28, 2013
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS — In 2010, Trevor Blassingame was a freshman working to make Guthrie's varsity team. When he did as a second-string defensive tackle, Doc made the bet that if Trevor became a starter he would shave his head and get a Mohawk. A few weeks later, Trevor was starting.
How a Mohawk brought Guthrie defensive lineman Trevor Blassingame and his father even closer
BY JACOB UNRUH | Nov 28, 2013GUTHRIE — Trevor Blassingame never expected his father to deliver on a promise so well. Doc Blassingame, though, surprised Trevor and everyone else when he first appeared at a Guthrie football game in 2010 sporting a tall, blue Mohawk as the result of a simple motivational bet between father and son. It's become so much more. “It was a big role in pushing myself, making myself better and trying to be the best,” Trevor said. “He just said he'd do something crazy. I didn't know he was going to go with his hair and a straight Mohawk and stick it up that high. That's my dad; he's pretty crazy.” In 2010, Trevor was a freshman working to make Guthrie's varsity team. When he did as a second-string defensive tackle, Doc made the bet that if Trevor became a starter he would shave his head and get a Mohawk. A few weeks later, Trevor was starting after Cody Doyle suffered an injury. “All the kids went crazy,” Doc said about the initial reaction to his hair. “I've been bonding with the kids now and everybody here and I just love them. I just fell in love with all of the kids here.” Trevor never left the starting lineup and has since developed into one of Class 5A's top defensive tackles. He has 103 tackles and 13 sacks this season for the top-ranked Bluejays, who play No. 6 Collinsville at 7:30 p.m. Friday in a semifinal at Sapulpa. But the bet almost never happened. In 2008, Doc was involved in a horrific car wreck. He suffered significant injuries to his head, shoulder and leg and had to be revived after suffering an adverse reaction to medication. His life was forever changed. “That's when I decided, ‘OK, God, you've given me a lot but I need to take more responsibility over what I've got,'” Doc said. “So I moved here (from Bethany) to be with my boys and try to raise them, be their dad in a better way and I've grown closer to them.” For Trevor, it was another shock from his father when he nearly lost him for good. But it's also something that fuels him on the football field. “I love him. Every game he says, ‘Take my heart out and play.' I take that to heart and play my hardest,” Trevor said. The bond between Trevor and Doc is unique and stems from his birth in 1995, just months after the death of Doc's mother. She suffered a stroke the day after the bombing of the Murrah Building and died a few months later, never meeting Trevor. “I was really torn up about it and the day before my birthday the Lord gave me a present, and it was Trevor,” Doc said. “There's a bond between me and my son that can never be taken away.” It's Friday nights that thrill Doc the most. “You just can't imagine the feeling when you go out there and you get to watch your son play and achieve his goals, not just on the field but in school, getting a driver's license, getting a job, getting a state championship,” he said. “It just overwhelms me.” Once a football player for Putnam West in the late '70s, Doc still suffers lingering effects from the wreck, but that doesn't slow him down. He has yet to miss a Guthrie football game since Trevor made the team, but the Mohawk was noticeably absent at times. In 2011, the year Guthrie last won the state championship, Doc sported it at each game. Last season, however, he did not and the Bluejays lost in the quarterfinals. The Mohawk is back this season and Guthrie is undefeated. “I'm a superstitious rascal, so if that's what it was, heck I hope he has that sucker up sky-high and blue,” Guthrie coach Rafe Watkins said. “I've seen him several times with it and it's kind of comical, but he wears it proud.” It may be comical, but it's a source of pride for Doc along with his normal game day outfit that features blue shorts and shoes, high socks and a Guthrie shirt. He spends hundreds of dollars each season dying, cutting and styling the Mohawk at two places in Guthrie. And it's worth every penny. “It's all about these boys growing up together and staying together,” he said. “It's important that they have somebody and if it's just me hugging their neck and telling them I love them, then I'm right where I need to be at.” Next season, though, he may end up in a college town with Trevor, perhaps with a different color in his Mohawk. However, he is hoping for blue to remain loyal to his younger son Christian and Guthrie. Either way, he will be there for his sons no matter what. “It shows that he loves me and all of this,” Trevor said. ““It's just really special. It's just family love. Family is first.”
Nov 7, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright makes his predictions for Friday's Week 10 games.
High school football: Week 10 picks for Friday's games
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Nov 7, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 144-25 (85.2 pct.) Overall record: 1,274-306 (80.6 pct.) Friday's Games City Area CUSHING 35, Bethany 14 SW COVENANT 48, Bokoshe 14 WESTMOORE 35, Broken Arrow 34 EDMOND SANTA FE 35, Choctaw 31 LEXINGTON 28, Community Christian 24 Coyle 44, SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 12 Crescent 42, PAWNEE 8 Crooked Oak 44, NORTHEAST 20 CASHION 35, Crossings Christian 12 Davenport 56, GANS 8 Del City 49, SOUTHEAST 14 MILLWOOD 56, Dibble 20 Douglass 24, ADA 20 Edmond Memorial 45, PC WEST 18 CARL ALBERT 38, El Reno 13 WESTERN HEIGHTS 44, Guymon 20 Harrah 33, McLOUD 30 Hennessey 29, ALVA 26 Heritage Hall 42, STAR SPENCER 20 Jones 34, BRIDGE CREEK 14 Kingfisher 44, MARLOW 14 NORMAN NORTH 40, Lawton Eisenhower 22 PAULS VALLEY 28, Madill 27 Mannford 42, TECUMSEH 16 DEER CREEK 35, McGuinness 32 Meeker 35, HOLDENVILLE 7 Newcastle 42, BETHEL 6 LAWTON 35, Norman 21 GUTHRIE 49, Northwest 13 Oklahoma Christian 38, LUTHER 35 Piedmont 32, WEATHERFORD 28 MINCO 44, Pioneer 12 Purcell 34, ATOKA 7 JENKS 49, Putnam City 7 GLENPOOL 47, Santa Fe South 8 Seminole 42, CHANDLER 18 Shawnee 45, NOBLE 16 Southmoore 35, MUSTANG 32 St. Mary 28, LITTLE AXE 27 OWASSO 31, Stillwater 28 CHR. HERITAGE 30, Stroud 26 BLANCHARD 28, Tuttle 21 Washington 34, LINDSAY 28 OKLA. CHRISTIAN ACA. 44, Waurika 20 Wayne 35, MAYSVILLE 7 OKEMAH 48, Wellston 12 Class 6A TULSA WASHINGTON 35, Bartlesville 28 Bixby 31, MUSKOGEE 13 Sand Springs 28, ENID 25 SAPULPA 38, Tulsa Edison 7 Tulsa Union 49, PONCA CITY 6 Class 5A Claremore 28, GROVE 22 Collinsville 35, TAHLEQUAH 17 Coweta 40, TULSA CENTRAL 38 Duncan 28, CHICKASHA 21 Lawton MacArthur 30, ARDMORE 22 McAlester 45, TULSA MEMORIAL 18 PRYOR 38, Tulsa East Central 34 DURANT 35, Tulsa Hale 18 Tulsa Kelley 42, SKIATOOK 28 Class 4A Anadarko 42, ELGIN 6 Cascia Hall 46, BROKEN BOW 7 Catoosa 21, OOLOGAH 20 WOODWARD 26, Clinton 22 CACHE 21, Elk City 20 SALLISAW 27, Fort Gibson 24 Miami 30, TULSA WEBSTER 10 STILWELL 24, Muldrow 20 Tulsa McLain 32, CLEVELAND 24 Wagoner 46, VINITA 12 Class 3A Beggs 37, HENRYETTA 7 METRO CHRISTIAN 17, Berryhill 10 Bristow 28, PRAGUE 7 SULPHUR 20, Dickson 16 Eufaula 27, HEAVENER 24 STIGLER 30, Idabel 6 Inola 34, KELLYVILLE 18 Jay 38, BLACKWELL 12 Locust Grove 42, KEYS (PARK HILL) 7 PLAINVIEW 40, Lone Grove 12 VICTORY CHR. 49, Morris 6 PERKINS 21, Okmulgee 20 Seq. Claremore 28, DEWEY 24 LINCOLN CHR. 34, Seq. Tahlequah 28 VERDIGRIS 28, Sperry 7 CHECOTAH 27, Spiro 24 ROLAND 30, Valliant 12 HILLDALE 44, Westville 6 Class 2A Adair 34, PAWHUSKA 12 HUGO 28, ANTLERS 27 NOWATA 38, Chelsea 6 Chouteau 28, CANADIAN 20 Comanche 24, HINTON 22 Davis 44, TISHOMINGON 12 Hobart 24, FREDERICK 14 Kingston 30, COALGATE 13 Marietta 28, KONAWA 21 Mounds 28, HASKELL 27 Newkirk 21, PERRY 14 CANEY VALLEY 28, Oklahoma Union 24 Pocola 24, MOUNTAINBURG, ARK. 20 KANSAS 27, Salina 22 Thomas 40, MANGUM 6 CHISHOLM 28, Tonkawa 24 HARTSHORNE 48, Wilburton 8 COLCORD 38, Wyandotte 32 Class A Apache 22, CORDELL 14 EMPIRE 40, Bray-Doyle 14 WATONGA 31, Carnegie 27 SAVANNA 42, Central Sallisaw 28 BARNSDALL 34, Depew 26 Fairview 40, OKLAHOMA BIBLE 28 Hollis 44, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 8 Hominy 32, DRUMRIGHT 6 TEXHOMA 34, Hooker 7 Kiefer 42, MORRISON 28 Okeene 46, MOORELAND 14 Porter 28, FOYIL 20 Quinton 34, HAILEYVILLE 12 Rush Springs 28, WILSON 12 SAYRE 28, Snyder 22 ELMORE CITY 36, Stratford 28 Summit Christian 30, AFTON 28 Talihina 44, GORE 12 BEAVER 28, Turpin 16 Velma-Alma 42, HEALDTON 30 RINGLING 44, Walters 6 Warner 34, LIBERTY 12 Wynnewood 42, WEWOKA 20 Yale 24, REGENT PREP 20 Class B CAVE SPRINGS 54, Bowlegs 6 Canton at Waukomis Cyril at Central Marlow Fox 58, ALLEN 30 WETUMKA 66, Keota 20 GARBER 54, Medford 8 RINGWOOD 38, Merritt 34 Paoli 42, GEARY 14 LAVERNE 56, Pond Creek-Hunter 28 STROTHER 56, Porum 48 Rejoice Christian 56, WOODLAND 22 Seiling 42, COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 34 Welch 38, WATTS 32 DEWAR 54, Weleetka 20 Class C Balko 58, TYRONE 8 DC-LAMONT 34, Buffalo 24 TIPTON 56, Corn Bible 6 Gracemont 34, DUKE 28 CHEROKEE 48, Kremlin-Hillsdale 0 SASAKWA 34, Maud 28 GRANDFIELD 44, Ryan 38 SHARON-MUTUAL 44, Shattuck 34 MOUNT VIEW-GOTEBO 40, Temple 28 Thackerville 56, MIDWAY 8 Timberlake 52, WESLEYAN CHR. 6 BOISE CITY 56, Waynoka 6 ARKOMA 48, Webbers Falls 20 Independent TULSA NOAH 44, OKC Legion 20
Oct 30, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright predicts the score of every game in the state, including Edmond North-Midwest City, Cushing-Seminole and McGuinness-Guthrie.
Oklahoma high school football picks: Week 9
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Oct 30, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 143-29 (83.1 pct.) Overall record: 1,130-281 (80.1 pct.) Thursday's Games City Area LAWTON MAC 45, Capitol Hill 8 WESTMOORE 34, Tulsa Edison 7 Class 6A TULSA UNION JV 28, Tulsa NOAH 24 Class 5A TULSA EAST CENTRAL 31, Tahlequah 20 Class B REJOICE CHR. 58, South Coffeyville 12 Independent Cornerstone Chr. 56, COOKSON HILLS 32 Friday's Games City Area Ada 28, McLOUD 21 Alva 42, DIBBLE 30 Bethany 38, BRISTOW 20 HERITAGE HALL 56, Bethel 7 MARLOW 54, Bridge Creek 12 CASADY 31, John Marshall 28 Cashion 35, CARNEGIE 13 MEEKER 38, Central Sallisaw 14 PERKINS 28, Chandler 24 Chickasha 35, SOUTHEAST 7 Chr. Heritage 48, CROOKED OAK 42 Crossings Chr. 28, PIONEER 22 COMMUNITY CHR. 30, Dallas HSAA Davenport 44, STROTHER 14 Destiny Christian 54, LIFE CHR. 20 Douglass 27, HARRAH 17 DEL CITY 24, Duncan 20 Edmond North 13, MIDWEST CITY 10 EDMOND MEMORIAL 24, Ed. Santa Fe 20 Enid 28, STILLWATER 10 Geary 28, MACOMB 24 EL RENO 42, Guymon 14 Haskell 35, WELLSTON 20 Kingfisher 28, NEWCASTLE 21 LEXINGTON 30, Konawa 22 PUTNAM NORTH 28, Lawton Ike 12 JONES 35, Little Axe 7 MILLWOOD 45, Luther 20 GUTHRIE 34, McGuinness 14 Minco 46, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 8 LAWTON 45, Mustang 20 DURANT 28, Noble 27 Norman North 49, MOORE 20 OKLAHOMA CHR. 47, Northeast 18 DEER CREEK 42, Northwest 14 BERRYHILL 38, OKC Legion 17 FOX 56, Okla. Christian Aca. 8 Piedmont 32, ELGIN 24 Plainview 48, PAULS VALLEY 12 Putnam City 28, MUSKOGEE 24 NORMAN 44, Putnam West 20 TECUMSEH 30, Santa Fe South 13 OKC PATRIOTS 34, SeeWorth Aca. 14 Shawnee 49, TULSA HALE 7 Southmoore 49, CHOCTAW 33 TUTTLE 40, St. Mary 13 CENTENNIAL 42, Star Spencer 38 PURCELL 28, Sulphur 7 HENNESSEY 35, Tonkawa 22 YUKON 49, U.S. Grant 8 CRESCENT 28, Watonga 24 WYNNEWOOD 21, Wayne 14 SW COVENANT 32, Webbers Falls 28 CARL ALBERT 56, Western Heights 8 Windsor Hills 34, COLDWATER, KAN. 30 Class 6A Bartlesville 44, PONCA CITY 13 Jenks 45, BIXBY 14 OWASSO 32, Sand Springs 28 BROKEN ARROW 56, Sapulpa 10 TULSA UNION 49, Tulsa Washington 20 Class 5A Ardmore 42, ALTUS 7 PRYOR 28, Collinsville 18 Coweta 38, CLAREMORE 28 McALESTER 44, Skiatook 13 Tulsa Central 35, GROVE 20 Tulsa Kelley 28, TULSA MEMORIAL 24 Class 4A POTEAU 42, Broken Bow 13 CLINTON 34, Cache 10 CATOOSA 28, Cleveland 14 WOODWARD 30, Elk City 13 Glenpool 28, MANNFORD 27 Oologah 28, MIAMI 24 Sallisaw 37, MULDROW 17 FORT GIBSON 32, Stilwell 17 CASCIA HALL 49, Tulsa Rogers 8 WAGONER 56, Tulsa Webster 6 TULSA McLAIN 30, Vinita 14 ANADARKO 42, Weatherford 18 Class 3A MADILL 28, Atoka 7 Beggs 39, MORRIS 18 Checotah 34, EUFAULA 20 SEMINOLE 49, Cushing 42 Dewey 44, VERDIGRIS 6 Heavener 28, IDABEL 21 INOLA 30, Henryetta 22 Hilldale 35, SEQ. TAHLEQUAH 17 Jay 28, KEYS (PARK HILL) 7 OKMULGEE 32, Kellyville 10 LOCUST GROVE 34, Lincoln Christian 17 Lone Grove 28, DICKSON 22 SPIRO 30, Roland 19 METRO CHR. 34, Seq. Claremore 7 Sperry 14, BLACKWELL 6 Stigler 28, VALLIANT 7 Victory Christian 44, PRAGUE 8 ADAIR 36, Westville 6 Class 2A KINGSTON 28, Antlers 24 Caney Valley 18, CHELSEA 14 Chisholm 22, NEWKIRK 15 DAVIS 44, Coalgate 6 FREDERICK 28, Comanche 20 Commerce 36, COLCORD 21 VIAN 35, Hartshorne 14 HOBART 35, Hinton 24 Holdenville 28, MOUNDS 20 Kansas 38, HULBERT 6 WYANDOTTE 44, Ketchum 7 Lindsay 36, MANGUM 12 Nowata 44, CHOUTEAU 14 Okemah 35, STROUD 34 Panama 48, POCOLA 28 Pawhuska 28, OKLAHOMA UNION 14 Perry 31, PAWNEE 12 SALINA 34, Quapaw 6 MARIETTA 27, Tishomingo 20 HUGO 42, Wilburton 14 Class A Afton 38, WARNER 12 HOLLIS 34, Apache 8 KIEFER 42, Barnsdall 7 FAIRVIEW 32, Beaver 16 QUINTON 22, Canadian 6 DEPEW 28, Drumright 7 Elmore City 34, CADDO 7 VELMA-ALMA 28, Empire 27 SUMMIT CHR. 34, Fairland 12 MORRISON 42, Foyil 6 GORE 28, Haileyville 21 Healdton 24, RUSH SPRINGS 12 PORTER 24, Liberty 22 STRATFORD 32, Maysville 14 Mooreland 33, TURPIN 8 Oklahoma Bible 28, HOOKER 7 Ringling 49, BRAY-DOYLE 0 TALIHINA 29, Savanna 24 CORDELL 22, Sayre 16 OKEENE 28, Texhoma 21 Thomas 42, SNYDER 7 Wewoka 34, REGENT PREP 20 WALTERS 28, Wilson 26 HOMINY 28, Yale 24 Class B Alex 58, CYRIL 12 Allen 52, PAOLI 6 Cave Springs 44, PORUM 32 MERRITT 48, Covington-Douglas 20 Davenport 56, STROTHER 8 Dewar 54, KEOTA 38 Laverne 60, SEILING 14 WAUKOMIS 48, Medford 22 Oaks 42, COPAN 20 Pond Creek-Hunter 54, CANTON 8 Ringwood 48, GARBER 28 CENTRAL MARLOW 58, Waurika 12 WOODLAND 42, Welch 14 Weleetka 54, BOWLEGS 6 Wetumka 52, GANS 6 Class C SHATTUCK 44, Boise City 28 WESLEYAN CHR. 46, Claremore Chr. 14 Corn Bible 38, DUKE 12 SHARON-MUTUAL 58, Goodwell 8 Maud 54, BOKOSHE 6 GRANDFIELD 48, Midway 8 Ryan 48, MOUNT VIEW-GOTEBO 44 Temple 54, GRACEMONT 8 Thackerville 58, SASAKWA 12 BLUEJACKET 50, Timberlake 42 DEER CREEK-LAMONT 42, Waynoka 20
Oct 26, 2013
Colton Lindsey led a second-half comeback for Christian Heritage. The unranked Crusaders improved to 5-3 overall and 4-1 in District 2A-2.
High school football roundup: Christian Heritage surprises No. 5 Oklahoma Christian School
FROM STAFF REPORTS | Oct 26, 2013Colton Lindsey led a second-half comeback for Christian Heritage Academy, which upset No. 5-ranked Oklahoma Christian School 20-11 on Friday night in a District 2A-2 football game. Unranked CHA (5-3 overall, 4-1 district) trailed by 11 points going into the third quarter, but Lindsey drew the Crusaders within four points with 31-yard touchdown run. Joseph Lemieux gave CHA the lead for good later in the quarter on a 2-yard TD run, and then Lindsey added an insurance score with a 97-yard pass to Gabe LittleJim. Oklahoma Christian (5-3, 2-2) led 11-0 at halftime. The Saints scored all of their points in the first quarter on Jack Markmiller's 25-yard field goal and Will McKinnis' 41-yard TD pass to Jared Goff. OCS edged CHA in total yards, 404-389, but the Saints were hampered by four interceptions. IRISH HOLDS OFF NORTHWEST Bishop McGuinness exploded for 27 points in the second quarter and went on to beat Northwest Classen 41-18 at Pribil Stadium. McGuinness (5-3 overall, 4-1 District 5A-2) extended a one-point lead to 34-6 by halftime, getting a touchdown pass and run from quarterback Jacob Lewis. Gray Gochenour added a 7-yard TD run, and Braden Roy returned a punt 59 yards for a touchdown as the Irish pulled away from a pesky Northwest club. Eric McGee had two touchdown passes in the second half for the Knights (3-5, 2-3). SOPHOMORE LEADS HENNESSEY Sophomore tailback Tabor Johns ran for 186 yards and three touchdowns on 33 carries Friday night, and Class 2A's No. 4-ranked Hennessey won 32-0 at Newkirk. Johns scored on 11-, 4- and 1-yard runs. A linebacker on defense, Johns contributed four tackles to help the Eagles (7-1 overall, 4-0 District 2A-1) hold Newkirk's wishbone offense to 61 total yards. Newkirk fell to 3-5 and 1-3. BIXBY GETS BIG ROAD WIN Class 6A's No. 9-ranked Bixby had two touchdown passes from Marshall Ray, and the Spartans escaped with a 24-20 victory over Putnam City at Putnam City Stadium. Putnam City (2-6 overall, 0-5 District 6A-2) led 20-10 in the fourth quarter before Bixby (6-2, 3-2) rallied. Ray threw a 31-yard TD pass to Taylor Jones, and then Nick Roller added a 1-yard touchdown run. Jamie Flowers had 23- and 29-yard field goals and two point-after-touchdown kicks for Putnam City. STRINGER RUNS FOR 198 YARDS Braden Stringer rushed for 198 yards and two touchdowns on 41 carries, leading top-ranked Blanchard to a 54-21 triumph over Mount St. Mary in a District 3A-1 game. St. Mary (3-5 overall, 1-3 district) had a brief 6-0 lead after Matt Peace's 4-yard touchdown run. That fired up Blanchard (8-0, 5-0), which scored 28 consecutive points to take control. Blake Owen added two touchdown runs and two touchdown passes for Blanchard. Peace had 15- and 39-yard TD passes to Malcolm Davis for the Rockets (3-5, 1-3). CHARGERS CRUSH CENTENNIAL Connor McGuinnis threw two touchdown passes to Domonique James, and Heritage Hall thumped Centennial, 41-0. Terrell Love contributed two touchdown runs, and Matthew McLaughlin kicked two field goals for Heritage Hall (3-4 overall, 2-2 District 3A-3). Centennial (4-4, 1-3) managed just 112 total yards and was hampered by five turnovers. CYCLONES WHIP TEXANS Jay Bozales accounted for three touchdowns, and Casady won at Arlington-Oakridge (Texas) 35-14 on Friday. Bozales had 6- and 15-yard touchdown runs and caught a 6-yard TD pass from T'Quan Wallace. Casady improved to 5-4. Arlington-Oakridge fell to 0-2. MINCO HOLDS ON FOR WIN Jacob Overton scored five touchdowns for Minco, which held off Crossings Christian 49-33 in a District A-3 game. Overton scored from 34, 39, 15, 34 and 2 yards. His last TD carry, in the third quarter, coupled with Ringo Garrett's 1-yard score in the fourth quarter gave Minco a comfortable 16-point lead. Minco improved to 7-1 overall and 5-0 in district play. Noah Niederschuh had three touchdown passes, including 72- and 25-yarders to Dylan Dennis, for Crossings Christian (2-6, 0-4). KINGFISHER MASHES BETHEL Landon Nault ran for 223 yards and five touchdowns Friday night, leading Class 3A's No. 2-ranked Kingfisher to a 72-0 rout over winless Bethel. Nault added a 25-yard punt return for a TD, helping the Yellowjackets take a 48-0 lead by halftime. Nick Smith had three TDs for Kingfisher (8-0 overall, 5-0 District 3A-3), including 47-yard punt return for a score. ARDMORE DEFENSE DOMINATES Ardmore's defense was dominant Friday night, holding Capitol Hill to minus-44 total yards in its 42-6 victory at Tiger Stadium. The Tigers (7-1) intercepted five passes, one returned 28 yards for a touchdown by Rontrey Burhalter. Lacarrio Lopez gave Ardmore an early lead by returning the opening kickoff 80 yards for a TD. Keyshawn Brow added a 68-yard kickoff return for a score late in the game. WINDSOR HILLS GOES 1-1 The Windsor Hills Baptist Bulldogs split a pair of games within a 24-hour period. Thursday night, Windsor Hills suffered its first loss of the season, losing 64-16 to Destiny Christian. On Friday night, the Bulldogs came back and ripped Wright Christian, 58-14. Windsor Hills' eight-man squad has a 7-1 record after the rare doubleheader. ELSEWHERE Class C's No. 2-ranked Cherokee belted Timberlake 46-0 behind three touchdown runs from Tanner Ducoty. ... Jonathan Bentley threw a 54-yard touchdown pass to Matt Borgerding in the fourth quarter, and Community Christian trimmed Elmore City, 14-6. Stephen Bradley added a 1-yard run for the Royals, who moved to 4-4. ... Papi White ran for 173 yards and four touchdowns on 12 carries for Class 3A's No. 3-ranked Seminole, which hammered Bristow, 54-0. HOW THEY FARED How The Oklahoman's No. 1-ranked high school football teams fared during Week 8: CLASS 6A No. 1 Jenks (8-0) defeated Muskogee, 56-14. Next: Friday at No. 9 Bixby CLASS 5A No. 1 Guthrie (8-0) defeated No. 5 Deer Creek, 28-3. Next: Friday vs. Northwest Classen CLASS 4A No. 1 Anadarko (8-0) defeated Piedmont, 27-0. Next: Friday vs. Weatherford CLASS 3A No. 1 Blanchard (8-0) defeated Mount St. Mary, 54-21. Next: Nov. 8 vs. No. 9 Tuttle CLASS 2A No. 1 Millwood (8-0) defeated Northeast, 69-0. Next: Friday vs. Luther CLASS A No. 1 Ringling (6-1) defeated Empire, 56-7. Next: Friday at Bray-Doyle CLASS B No. 1 Laverne (8-0) defeated No. 9 Merritt, 46-0. Next: Friday at Seiling CLASS C No. 1 Tipton (8-0) defeated Ryan, 50-0. Next: Friday vs. Cement FROM STAFF REPORTS
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Perhaps no quarterback understands the challenge of facing South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney better than Tennessee's Justin Worley.Worley and Clowney both grew up in Rock Hill, S.C., though they went to different high schools. That allowed Worley to watch Clowney mature into one of the nation's most feared pass rushers. Worley remembers Clowney as an...
Tennessee's Worley seeks to build on his momentum
STEVE MEGARGEE, Associated Press | Oct 18, 2013KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Perhaps no quarterback understands the challenge of facing South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney better than Tennessee's Justin Worley. Worley and Clowney both grew up in Rock Hill, S.C., though they went to different high schools. That allowed Worley to watch Clowney mature into one of the nation's most feared pass rushers. Worley remembers Clowney as an elementary school running back who was taller and faster than all his peers. "I played against him in middle school, and it was the same thing," Worley said. "He played defensive end and running back and ran all over the place. ... The rest is history now. He's a great, great, great player." Worley will spend Saturday afternoon trying to make sure he doesn't get a face-to-face reunion with Clowney in Tennessee's backfield. Clowney clinched South Carolina's 38-35 victory over Tennessee last year by sacking Tyler Bray and forcing a fumble with the Vols driving in the final minute. Tennessee's chances of gaining revenge Saturday against the 11th-ranked Gamecocks depend in part on whether Worley can maintain the momentum he established in his last game, a 34-31 overtime loss to Georgia. "He's gained a lot of confidence, but you're only as good as your last game," Tennessee coach Butch Jones said. "We're going to need a lot from him Saturday. He's going to be challenged with his pocket presence and just overall management and leadership of the offense." While South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw has been a model of consistency this season, Worley has gone through plenty of ups and downs in his first year as a starter. Worley lost his starting job earlier this year. He threw a combined five interceptions in back-to-back games against Florida and South Alabama. But he bounced back against Georgia, avoiding turnovers and rallying Tennessee from a 14-point halftime deficit. "It helps a lot, knowing I can put together a performance like that against a quality team," Worley said. Worley needs a strong outing to match what South Carolina likely will receive from Shaw, who is playing the best football of his career. Shaw ranks seventh nationally in passing efficiency and has thrown 124 passes without being intercepted this season. Shaw also has rushed for 319 yards and two touchdowns, and Tennessee's defense has struggled against mobile quarterbacks this season. "He runs," South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier said. "He throws. He makes first downs for us with his legs at times. He doesn't do those stupid things a lot of quarterbacks do. He takes care of the ball very well." Shaw's big year hasn't surprised Worley. Worley met Shaw this summer while working as a counselor at the Manning Passing Academy. They've kept in touch periodically ever since. "He's having a great season," Worley said. "I would have expected nothing less. He's a great quarterback." Worley knows plenty of players on South Carolina's roster because of his Rock Hill background, though the Gamecocks didn't actively recruit him. But he downplayed the idea that beating South Carolina would be particularly special because it's his home-state school. He was born in North Carolina, and his parents attended North Carolina. So he grew up a North Carolina fan, even though he moved to South Carolina at the age of 5. "It would mean more beating the (No. 11) team in the nation, I don't think it matters who it is," Worley said. "Granted, I've been playing with some of those guys and against a lot of them from Pop Warner to high school, but I think just getting this win, regardless of who it is, (would be) huge for us."
Nault ran for 207 yards and six touchdowns on 16 carries as the Yellowjackets buried Centennial, 69-18
High school football roundup: Landon Nault reaches milestones, leads Kingfisher to victory
FROM STAFF REPORTS | Oct 18, 2013Landon Nault reached a couple of milestones Thursday night while leading Class 3A's No. 2-ranked Kingfisher to a 69-18 rout of Centennial. The senior running back collected 207 yards and six touchdowns on 16 carries as Kingfisher improved to 7-0 overall and 4-0 in District 3A-3. Nault surpassed 1,000 yards rushing for the season and 6,000 for his stellar high school career. Nault's 61-yard TD run in the third quarter was his last of game and 100th of his career. Nick Smith added two special teams touchdowns for the Yellowjackets, returning a punt 71 yards and a kickoff 81 yards. Centennial (4-3, 1-2) had three touchdown passes from Malcolm Mitchell, all going to Cornelius McKiver. The duo hooked up for a 38-yard TD in the first quarter that gave the Bison a brief 6-0 lead. Mitchell and McKiver later stung Kingfisher's defense for 89- and 53-yard touchdowns. BLUEJAYS TOP EL RENO Guthrie quarterback Reed Roberts threw for 140 yards and three touchdowns, and Class 5A's top-ranked team blitzed El Reno 52-0 at Jelsma Stadium. All of Roberts' TD passes came in the first half as the Bluejays charged to a 35-0 lead. Kai Callins added 30- and 23-yard TD runs in the first half. Guthrie (7-0 overall, 4-0 District 5A-2) collected 442 total yards. El Reno (2-5, 1-3) managed just 61. BROKEN ARROW ROUTS PUTNAM CITY Third-ranked Broken Arrow scored on the second play of the game and never looked back, rolling to a 52-21 District 6A-2 triumph over Putnam City. Austin Reed had two touchdowns in the first half for Broken Arrow (5-2 overall, 3-1 district). He caught a 47-yard TD pass from Coleman Key and then returned a kickoff 82 yards for a score. Putnam City fell to 2-5 and 0-4. JACOBS LEADS SHAWNEE TO ROUT Shawnee quarterback John Jacobs ran for three touchdowns and passed for a fourth to lead Class 5A's No. 10-ranked Shawnee to a 42-10 district win over No. 6 Tulsa Bishop Kelley at Angelo Prassa Field. Both teams are 5-2 overall and 3-1 in District 5A-3. Jacobs finished with 89 yards on 13 carries. He passed for 250 more, completing 13 of 18 passes. ANTLERS CRUSH WESTERN HEIGHTS No. 5-ranked Deer Creek had an all-around effort, cruising to a 51-7 District 5A-2 victory over winless Western Heights in Edmond. Deer Creek (5-2 overall, 3-1 district) rolled up 351 yards of offense. Running back Alec James accounted for three touchdowns, and quarterback Caden Sander threw for a TD and ran for another. Cole Verble had a special teams touchdown, blocking a punt in the end zone. And the defense had long interception returns for touchdowns from Blake Landon and Jackson Smith. ROBERTSON THROWS FOR 4 TDS Keith Robertson threw four touchdown passes — three to Tyler Brewer — as Little Axe hammered winless Bridge Creek, 56-6. Robertson finished 13 of 20 for 345 yards. He connected with Brewer for 28-, 80- and 6-yard touchdowns. Robertson found Jacob Sheppard from 28 yards as the Indians (3-4 overall, 1-2 District 3A-1) owned a 35-0 lead at halftime. Brewer finished the game with five catches for 187 yards. PURCELL STUNS DICKSON Dominique Gavia ran for two touchdowns and passed for another as Purcell upended previously unbeaten Dickson 41-6 in a District 3A-4 matchup. Drew Rolin added two TD passes for Purcell (5-2 overall, 3-1 district). Dickson (6-1, 3-1), which was off to its best start in school history, avoided the shutout when Chris Bamburg scored from a yard with 25 seconds left in the game. VIKINGS CRACK WIN COLUMN Northeast won its first game of the season, crushing SeeWorth Academy 59-0 at Moses F. Miller Stadium. Darrius Gray passed for 156 yards and two touchdowns, and Marquese Walker rushed for 91 yards and three TDs. The Vikings (1-6) tagged SeeWorth (1-6) for 348 total yards. OVERTON DOMINATES FOR MINCO Jacob Overton ran for 142 yards and accounted for four touchdowns, leading Class A's No. 6-ranked Minco to a 61-0 district rout of Carnegie. Overton had 56-, 16- and 30-yard touchdown runs. He added a 21-yard touchdown catch from sophomore quarterback Hunter Jones, helping the Bulldogs (6-1 overall, 4-0 District A-3) charge to a 42-0 lead by halftime. Carnegie (1-6, 1-2) managed just 62 total yards and three first downs. ST. MARY ROLLS TO VICTORY Matt Peace scored a touchdown on offense and defense for Mount St. Mary, which thumped the OKC Patriots 48-8 in a nondistrict game. Peace gave the Rockets (3-4) an early lead with a 3-yard touchdown run. Later in the first quarter, he returned an interception 20 yards for a TD. St. Mary's defense forced six turnovers. Malcom David had three of the Rockets' four interceptions. PERKINS WHIPS BRISTOW Matt Waitt and Tyler Taff had two touchdown runs apiece, and Perkins beat Bristow 48-21 in a District 3A-2 contest. The game was tied 7-7 after the first quarter, and then Shelby Reese gave Perkins (4-3 overall, 2-2 district) the lead for good with a 35-yard interception return for a TD. Bristow fell to 2-5 and 1-2. SOPHOMORE LEADS HENNESSEY Sophomore running back Tabor Johns collected 116 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries — all in the first half — as Class 2A's No. 4-ranked Hennessey trounced struggling Pawnee, 48-0. Tony Mendoza added a 1-yard touchdown run and 11- and 10-yard TD passes to Brady Fipps to help the Eagles roll to a 34-0 halftime lead. Hennessey is 6-1 overall and 3-0 in District 2A-1. CRONISTER POWERS CRESCENT Michael Cronister had 218 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns to help Crescent rip Pioneer 52-6 in a District A-3 game. Cronister had 4-, 1- and 1-yard touchdown runs for the Tigers (5-2 overall, 3-1 district). He also caught a 26-yard TD pass from Damion Bledsoe; the Crescent quarterback added 30- and 1-yard touchdown runs. ELSEWHERE Class 5A's No. 7-ranked Ardmore Tigers coasted to a 24-3 district win over Chickasha. Kydric Knox had two touchdown runs for Ardmore (6-1 overall, 4-0 District 5A-1). ... R.J. Sink scored from 3 yards in the fourth quarter, and No. 1-ranked Anadarko remained unbeaten with an 18-15 District 4A-1 victory over No. 8 Woodward. ... Ryan Rackley had two touchdown runs for Sulphur, which slipped past winless Pauls Valley, 19-14. ... Kyle Hokett threw five touchdown passes as Lexington buried Coalgate, 50-16. ... Luke Frankfurt had three touchdown runs for Class 2A's No. 5-ranked Oklahoma Christian School, which whipped Dibble 60-18 in a District 2A-2 contest in Edmond. ... Okeene improved to 6-1 overall as it trimmed Oklahoma Bible, 14-6. Whippets quarterback Scott Dobrinski had two touchdowns. HOW THEY FARED How The Oklahoman's No. 1-ranked high school football teams fared during Week 7 of the regular season: CLASS 6A No. 1 Jenks (6-0) plays at No. 5 Westmoore on Friday night. Next: Oct. 25 vs. Muskogee CLASS 5A No. 1 Guthrie (7-0) defeated El Reno, 52-0. Next: Oct. 25 at No. 5 Deer Creek CLASS 4A No. 1 Anadarko (7-0) defeated No. 8 Woodward, 18-15. Next: Oct. 25 at Piedmont CLASS 3A No. 1 Blanchard (7-0) defeated Jones, 21-7. Next: Oct. 25 at Mount St. Mary CLASS 2A No. 1 Millwood (7-0) defeated Crooked Oak, 60-33. Next: Thursday at Northeast CLASS A No. 1 Ringling (5-1) defeated Rush Springs, 41-7. Next: Oct. 25 vs. Empire CLASS B No. 1 Laverne (7-0) defeated Garber, 60-6. Next: Oct. 25 vs. No. 9 Merritt CLASS C No. 1 Tipton (7-0) defeated Bray-Doyle, 64-14. Next: Oct. 25 at Ryan FROM STAFF REPORTS
The Oklahoman's high school coverage team and others provided coverage of Thursday's game, including Edmond Memorial-Choctaw, Jones-Blanchard and Cushing-Chandler.
Recap: Thursday's Week 7 high school football games
Oct 17, 2013@ScottWrightOK 10:58 p.m. Edmond Memorial defense, RB Warren Wand lead team past Choctaw bit.ly/1d0WWMv #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 10:36 p.m. 11/16 Class 6A games were played tonight. All the scores are in at newsok.com/varsitystats/f… #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 10:32 p.m. The final scores are pouring in from around the state, follow each and every game at newsok.com/varsitystats/f… #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 10:21 p.m. FINAL: Elgin 44, Cache 34. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 10:17 p.m. Poteau TB Roger Barcheers 20 rushes, 116 yards; QB Jace Pitchford 9-21-2 114 TD and 79 yds rush. WR Jarrett Lowrimore 4 rec-51 TD. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 10:16 p.m. Cascia Hall TB Miguel Rosendo 25-103 2 TDs; QB Michael Bloomfield 7-11-0 130 TD; WR Reece Lambert 5 rec. 82 yds TD. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 10:16 p.m. Final Cascia Hall-Poteau stats: CH had 127 yds rushing, 130 yds passing; Poteau had 203 yds rushing and 114 passing. #okpreps @richtort 10:12 p.m. Christian Heritage 30, Luther 20 FINAL #okpreps #football @CHAsports @lcjournal 10:12 p.m. Final Panama 37, Quinton 0 #okpreps @lcjournal 10:11 p.m. Spiro scores on a long run to take a 35 to 7 lead over Heavener with 3:34 left in the game. #okpreps @lcjournal 10:10 p.m. Final Hartshorne 55, Pocola 29 #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 10:10 p.m. FINAL: Wagoner 42, Oologah 28; Lincoln Christian 28, Keys 16; Sequoyah 28, Sperry 7. #okpreps @1021News 10:08 p.m. Wagoner 42, Oologah 28 - final #okpreps @1021News 10:08 p.m. Keys 16, Lincoln Christian 28 - end 3rd qtr #okpreps @1021News 10:07 p.m. Sequoyah 28, Sperry 7 - final #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 10:07 p.m. FINAL: Bixby 35, Edison 3. #okpreps @footballedison 10:06 p.m. Final from LaFortune Stadium; Bixby Spartans 35, Edison Prep Eagles 3 #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 10:06 p.m. FINAL: Cascia Hall 27, Poteau 15. #okpreps @lcjournal 10:05 p.m. Final Cascia Hall 27, Poteau 15 #okpreps @GpoolWarriors 10:05 p.m. Ada scores to take the lead over Glenpool 29-27 with :33 seconds left in game. Ada set to kick off! #okpreps #vypeok @HSFootballOK @Shadid13 10:05 p.m. Final: Cushing 48, Chandler 14. #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 10:05 p.m. Upset: BT Washington 36, No. 7 Owasso 20. #okpreps @Sapulparadio 10:05 p.m. Muskogee scores a touchdown with 1.4 seconds left Sapulpa 38-21 #okpreps @dylnclem 10:04 p.m. Game over at BT, Hornets 36 Owasso-20 #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 10:01 p.m. Beggs 41, Bethany 21, 4th quarter. #okpreps @richtort 10:01 p.m. Joseph Lemieux 36-yard touchdown run and Joseph Robinson kick puts CHA up 30-14 on Luther 1:00 left #okpreps #football @CHAsports @OKVarsityScores 10:01 p.m. FINAL: Mustang 63, Putnam City West 28. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 10:00 p.m. FINAL: Sallisaw 42, Stilwell 14. #okpreps @jacobunruh 9:59 p.m. Blanchard beats Jones 21-7. #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 9:59 p.m. FINAL: Stigler 22, Checotah 15. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:59 p.m. Cascia Hall hands Poteau its first loss of the season as Commandos win, 26-15. #okpreps @chrisbrannick85 9:58 p.m. FINAL: Washington defeats Comanche 44-0. #okpreps via @PurcellRegister @pantherman01 9:58 p.m. Stigler 22 Checotah 15 final @HSFootballOK @HSFootballOK2 @BR_TimesRecord #okpreps @SportsMuskogee @Tpalmateer83 9:57 p.m. Cache's Judah Sweat runs in from a yard out to cap a drive that took maybe a little too long. Elgin 44, Cache 34. 6:51 4Q. #okpreps @okprepstv 9:57 p.m. End of game Fort Gibson vs Muldrow 0-34 Fort Gibson #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:57 p.m. Poteau gets two point conversion on Austin Archey run but trails Cascia Hall 26-15 with 51 seconds left. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:56 p.m. Poteau does score a TD with 58 seconds left on a 16-yd pass from Jace Pitchford to Jarrett Lowrimore but trail Cascia Hall 26-13. #okpreps @TheMikeHarris 9:55 p.m. Glenpool up 27-23 w/2:14 left. #okpreps @Derek_Brown_MT 9:54 p.m. Mustang beats PC West 63-28. #OKpreps @EyeAmTruth 9:54 p.m. My mistake. Yukon defeats #Moore 35-14 after throwing 40 yd td pass with 26 seconds left in game. #okpreps @EWB_TimesRecord 9:52 p.m. FINA: Sallisaw 42, Stilwell 14 #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 9:51 p.m. Upset Alert: Class A No. 2 Thomas trails No. 5 Hollis 40-15 in the fourth quarter. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:50 p.m. Cascia Hall puts game away on 25-yard INT return from Peter Nilson. Commandos lead Poteau 26-7 with 2:42 left. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:50 p.m. FINAL: Washington defeats Comanche 44-0. #okpreps via @PurcellRegister @NLivingstonTLC 9:50 p.m. Carlos Herrera with a 7-yard TD for Hollis. Macias tacks on 2 more so its 40-15 tigers 7:05 4th #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:49 p.m. Upset Alert: Class 4A No. 3 Poteau trails No. 10 Cascia Hall 20-7 with 3 minutes remaining. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:48 p.m. Poteau stops Cascia Hall on fourth down. Pirates get ball at their own 30 trailing 20-7 with 2:59 left. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:48 p.m. Elgin leads Cache 44-27 heading into 4th quarter. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:47 p.m. FINAL: Stroud 22, Holdenville 6. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:46 p.m. Class 4A Top-10: FINAL: No. 1 Anadarko 18, No. 8 Woodward 15. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:46 p.m. Cascia Hall faces fourth-and-1 at Poteau 31 with 3:05 left. Commandos lead Poteau 20-7. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 9:46 p.m. Christensen accounts for fifth TD of night with 10-yard dump off to Tanner Leonard. Elgin 44, Cache 27 end of 3Q. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:46 p.m. Class 3A No. 1 Blanchard leads Jones 21-7, 4th quarter. #okpreps @awathletics 9:46 p.m. 0:56 4th: Anadarko 18, Woodward 15. Anadarko drives the field and Sink scores. PAT blocked. #okpreps @JoeyKey_ 9:46 p.m. Ft Gibson 34 Muldrow 0 5:29 4th #okpreps @StroudTiger 9:46 p.m. Final score Stroud 22, Holdenville 6. #okpreps @lcjournal 9:46 p.m. End of third Hartshorne 41, Pocola 21 #okpreps @awathletics 9:46 p.m. Final: Anadarko 18, Woodward 15. #okpreps @lcjournal 9:46 p.m. Spiro scores in the early 4th quarter to go up 28 to 7 over Heavener. #okpreps @michaelswisher 9:45 p.m. Kingfisher 69, Centennial 18. Final. #okpreps @chrisbrannick85 9:45 p.m. MacArthur ahead of Duncan 57-49 late in the fourth quarter. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:45 p.m. FINAL: Collinsville 35, Coweta 28. #okpreps @Jeff_Rhodes 9:45 p.m. #Hugo falls to Vian 47-0 #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:45 p.m. With Cascia Hall, Sallisaw and Ft. Gibson winning, looks like there could be a four-way tie for first in 4A-4 along with Poteau. #okpreps @jacobunruh 9:45 p.m. Blanchard's Braden Stringer with a 13-yard TD run. Lions now lead Jones 21-7 with 4:35 left. #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 9:44 p.m. OCS leads Dibble 39-18 nearing end of 4th quarter. #okpreps @richtort 9:44 p.m. Christian Heritage 23, Luther 14 7:01 left in game #okpreps #football @CHAsports @OKVarsityScores 9:44 p.m. Eufaula 54, Valliant 7, 4th quarter. #okpreps @chrisbrannick85 9:43 p.m. Roland leads Idabel 32-21 late. #okpreps @richtort 9:43 p.m. Colton Lindsey runs for his third touchdown of the game 12 yards Joseph Robinson kick puts CHA up 23-14 on Luther #okpreps #football @OKVarsityScores 9:43 p.m. MacArthur ahead of Duncan 57-49 late in the fourth quarter. #okpreps @v_dawg 9:43 p.m. Stigler 22, Checotah 15 - 3:31, 4th Eufaula 54 Valliant 7 7:15 in 4th #okpreps @CoachHuddleston 9:43 p.m. @ScottWrightOK Another DC pick 6. 51-7 now with 5:30 left. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:42 p.m. Roland leads Idabel 32-21 late. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:42 p.m. Cascia Hall gets a sack on fourth down, takes over in Poteau territory up 20-7 with 5:17 left. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:41 p.m. Stigler 22-15 over Checotah, still in the third quarter. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:41 p.m. Poteau faces a fourth-and-long at midfield down 20-7 with less than 6 minutes left. #okpreps @KVrska7 9:39 p.m. 4:55 to go Mac has 4th and 3 at Duncan 29 and leads 57-49. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:39 p.m. Poteau takes over at the Cascia Hall 48 after a punt. 20-7 Commandos 7:10 left. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:37 p.m. Poteau stops Cascia Hall on third down. Pirates take first time out of the second half down 20-7 with 7:20 left. #okpreps @Jeff_Rhodes 9:36 p.m. Another long Vian rushing touchdown. #Hugo trails Vian 47-0 with 5:46 left in the game #okpreps @John_McKelvey 9:36 p.m. End 4Q Central High 18 Fox 8. @DuncanBanner @HSFootballOK #okpreps @jacobunruh 9:35 p.m. Blanchard's Jalan Daniels with a 22-yard TD reception from Blake Owen. Blanchard leads Jones 14-7 with 8:25 remaining. #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:35 p.m. Fourth down for Poteau, Pirates throw an incomplete pass. Cascia Hall takes over at its own 15, up on Poteau 20-7 8:49 left. #okpreps @richtort 9:34 p.m. Colton Lindsey 48-yard TD run erased by penalty CHA with ball at Luther 46-yard line #okpreps #football @BenJohnsonTDP 9:34 p.m. Final in 5A-4: Central 25, Tahlequah 23. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:34 p.m. Tahlequah takes over at its own 43 but only advances to Central's 30-yard line. Game over. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 9:34 p.m. Cache's Trystan Slinker scores from 9 out. Conversion failed. Elgin 37, Cache 27 with 3:18 3Q. #okpreps @JoeyKey_ 9:34 p.m. Ft Gibson 27 Muldrow 0 end 3 #okpreps @brunk_bob 9:33 p.m. Central Sallisaw 58 Haileyville 0 4th. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord @HSFootballOK @5NEWSBobby @BR_TimesRecord 9:33 p.m. Poteau faces 4th and 9 at the Cascia 14 down 20-7 with 8:56 left. #okpreps @Shadid13 9:31 p.m. End of third: Cushing 41, Chandler 6. #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:31 p.m. Poteau marching, has a first down at the Cascia Hall 26 trailing 20-7. #okpreps @richtort 9:31 p.m. Maurice Wright runs 43 yards for touchdown Seth Stivers pass falls incomplete under heavy rush from CHA CHA 16, Luther 14 #okpreps #football @OKVarsityScores 9:28 p.m. Vian leads Hugo 41-0, fourth quarter. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:28 p.m. Central now faces 4th & 14 on its own 47. There's 1:08 left, Central leading Tahlequah 25-23. #okpreps @FreddieMac502 9:28 p.m. Dewar Wins over Gans 46-0 #OKPreps @Jeff_Rhodes 9:28 p.m. Vian shows they can throw the ball with a 15 yard scoring pass. #Hugo trails 41-0 with 10:03 left #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:27 p.m. Christian Heritage leads Luther 16-8 after 3. #okpreps @EWB_TimesRecord 9:27 p.m. End 3: Sallisaw 42, Stilwell 14. #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:27 p.m. Poteau takes over at midfield trailing Cascia Hall 20-7 early 4th. #okpreps @richtort 9:26 p.m. Christian Heritage 16, Luther 8 end of third quarter #okpreps #football @CHAsports @OKVarsityScores 9:26 p.m. Jones-Blanchard still tied at 7 heading into 4th quarter. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:26 p.m. Tahlequah recovers the onside kick, but it was 1 yard too short. Central takes over at Tahlequah's 49. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:26 p.m. Poteau forces three-and-out on the opening play of the fourth quarter. Cascia Hall to punt up 20-7. #okpreps @jacobunruh 9:26 p.m. Jones and Blanchard tied at 7 after three quarters. Jones driving after successful fake punt. #OKPreps @ScottWrightOK 9:25 p.m. Edmond Memorial 33, Choctaw 3 FINAL #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:25 p.m. South: MacArthur leads Duncan 50-41, Elgin 37, Cache 21. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:24 p.m. Cascia Hall leads Poteau 20-7 at the end of the third but the Pirates have momentum now. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:24 p.m. Tahlequah RB Reese Davis scores on a 5yd run & the Tigers now trail Central 25-23, 1:58 left. #okpreps @KVrska7 9:24 p.m. Stacee Morrison scores on one yard plunge. Kick fails. Duncan pulls within 50-41 of Mac. 9:48 4 Q. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:24 p.m. East: Spiro 21, Heavener 7. Cascia Hall 20, Poteau 7. #okpreps @EWB_TimesRecord 9:23 p.m. Wilson on first play of drive gives Sallisaw four TDs in third. He went 81. 42-14, :20 3Q #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 9:23 p.m. FINAL: Guthrie defeats El Reno 52-0. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:23 p.m. Newcaslte racing out to a 27-6 lead over Star Spencer. Racers have three 3rd quarter TDs. #okpreps via @BTrudeUCO @GuthrieSports 9:22 p.m. Guthrie defeats El Reno 52-0 to improve to 7-0 on the season. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:22 p.m. Poteau goes 82 yards in 11 plays. Roger Barcheers breaks off 36-yard run to begin TD drive. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 9:22 p.m. Christensen bulls in for fourth TD of night. Set it up with his 37-yd completion. Elgin 37, Cache 21 8:45 in 2Q. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:22 p.m. Berryhill leads Claremore Sequoyah 26-21, clock winding down in the fourth. #okpreps via @JWP74 @BR_TimesRecord 9:21 p.m. Jace Pitchford kicks PAT to get Poteau within 20-7 of Cascia Hall with 1:08 left in the third. #okpreps @lcjournal 9:21 p.m. Spiro scores to go up 21 to 7 over Heavener in the third quarter. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:20 p.m. Poteau finally gets on the board with a 1-yard TD run by Austin Archey in the Archeydozer. Pirates complete 82-yard drive. #okpreps @JWP74 9:19 p.m. Berryhill 26 c sequoyah 21. 1:14 q4. Fg dunn 25. #okpreps @dylnclem 9:19 p.m. Owasso scores on a 33 yd run by Clay but fail on the 2pt conversion. BT-36 Owasso-20. 42 sec left in the 3rd #okpreps @EWB_TimesRecord 9:17 p.m. Make it three drives and three TD for Sallisaw in third. 35-14, 2:32 #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 9:16 p.m. Deer Creek leads Western Heights 37-7 in the third quarter. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 9:16 p.m. Choctaw gets on the board with a 27-yd FG from Jacob McMullen. Edmond Memorial leading 33-3 with 4:06 to go #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:16 p.m. Class 4A No. 1 Anadarko 12, No. 8 Woodward 1. #okpreps @kevininok 9:16 p.m. Sallisaw 35 Stilwell 14 2:32 3Q #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:15 p.m. Newcastle scores again, leads Star Spencer 20-6. Third quarter, #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:15 p.m. After 2 penalties move them backward, Central's Kejuan Johnson runs 30 yds for a TD. Braves now lead 25-15, 3:58 left. #okpreps @Creek_Football 9:14 p.m. Alec James scores from 5 yards out to bring the score to 37-7 Deer Creek over W. Heights. 3:00 3rd #okpreps @HSFootballOK @OKVarsityScores 9:14 p.m. Ada leads Glenpool 16-13 in the third quarter. #okpreps @awathletics 9:14 p.m. End of 3rd: Anadarko 12, Woodward 7. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:13 p.m. Ft. Gibson over Muldrow 27-0 in the third quarter. #okpreps @GpoolWarriors 9:12 p.m. Warriors open 2nd half with a 80 yard drive. Trail Ada 16-13 with 5:55 left in 3rd qtr. #okpreps #vypeok @HSFootballOK @soonerbdead 9:12 p.m. @HSFootballOK Wagoner Bulldogs go on top of Oolagah Mustangs 28-21 with 50 seconds left in 3rd #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:12 p.m. Then Tahlequah's Brandon Conrad fumbles on the kickoff return. Central takes over at Tahlequah's 15, up 19-15. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:12 p.m. OCS leads Dibble 22-12 in the third quarter. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:11 p.m. Newcastle leads Star Spencer 13-6 in the third quarter. #okpreps @barrettryan 9:11 p.m. Things heating up a little in Sallisaw. Black Diamonds 28 Stilwell 14. 5:58 left in the third. #okpreps @VYPEOK @JoeyKey_ 9:11 p.m. Ft Gibson 27 Muldrow 0 9:13 3rd #okpreps @ElkCitySports 9:10 p.m. 34-8 Merritt trailing Pond Creek halfway through 3rd. #okpreps | SmithFamilyNissan.com @EWB_TimesRecord 9:10 p.m. Didn't last long. Sallisaw scores on next drive. 28-14, 5:58 3Q #OKPreps @okprepstv 9:10 p.m. FINAL: Salina wins 41 to Hulbert 13. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:09 p.m. Tahlequah jumps offsides, Central gets a 1st down & scores on its next play: a 9yd TD run by DJ Daniels. 19-15 Central, 4:45 left. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:09 p.m. Poteau goes three-and-out on opening series of second half. Punt to CH. Commandos lead 20-0 6:41 3rd. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:09 p.m. Blanchard-Jones tied at 7 in 3Q. Follow @jacobunruh for game details. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:08 p.m. Upset Alert: Cascia Hall leads Poteau 20-0 in the third quarter. #okpreps @kevininok 9:08 p.m. Sallisaw 28 Stilwell 14 3Q 5:58 #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 9:07 p.m. A 37-yd TD run gives Warren Wand 279 yards on the night, Edmond Memorial leading Choctaw 33-0 with 6:29 to play #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:07 p.m. Vian extends its lead over Hugo to 28-0 in the third quarter. #okpreps via @Jeff_Rhodes @jacobunruh 9:07 p.m. Jones' Colton Story with a 6-yard TD run to tie game with Blanchard at 7-all with 7:01 left in third. #OKpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 9:06 p.m. We have 5:04 left & Central has the ball on Tahlequah's 14, facing a 4th & 1. Tigers lead 15-13. Tahlequah takes a timeout. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:06 p.m. Guthrie (Class 5A No. 1) leads El Reno 45-0. #okpreps via @GuthrieSports @BR_TimesRecord 9:06 p.m. Cascia Hall scores on opening drive of 2nd half on a 3-yard TD run by Miguel Rosendo, his 2nd on the night. CH 20, Poteau 0 7:52 3 #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:04 p.m. Halftime: Hartshorne 28, Pocola 14. #okpreps via @lcjournal @ShawneeSports 9:04 p.m. Shawnee 35 Bishop Kelley 10 in the 4th. #okpreps #shawneesports @OKVarsityScores 9:03 p.m. Sallisaw leads Stilwell 21-7 in the third quarter. #okpreps via @EWB_TimesRecord @OKVarsityScores 9:03 p.m. Mustang leads PC West 42-21 in the 3rd quarter. #okpreps @Derek_Brown_MT @Jeff_Rhodes 9:02 p.m. #Hugo fumble a punt and Vian capitalizes. Hugo down 28-0 with 9:41 left in the third quarter #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 9:02 p.m. CH 4th-and-4 from the Poteau 39, Commandos get it on pass to Reece Lambert to the Pirate 27. CH up 14-0 early 3rd. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 9:01 p.m. Class C No. 2 Cherokee defeats DC Lamont 46-0. #okpreps @jacobunruh 9:00 p.m. Both Blanchard and Jones go three-and-out to open the third. #OKPreps @EWB_TimesRecord 9:00 p.m. Two plays later Stilwell answers. A 65-yard TD rec for Deason. 21-14, Sallisaw, 9:10 3Q. #OKPreps @MrReynolds12 9:00 p.m. Kelley is down 28-10 to Shawnee my bad on the spelling! #okpreps @GuthrieSports 9:00 p.m. Guthrie leads 45-0 over El Reno after three quarters. #okpreps @NLivingstonTLC 8:59 p.m. Hollis picks off Thomas last gasp of half. Tigers 26, terriers 7 at half #okpreps @chrisbrannick85 8:59 p.m. Class C No. 1 Tipton leads Bray-Doyle 46-14. #okpreps via @paulbeam @lcjournal 8:59 p.m. Halftime Hartshorne 28, Pocola 14 #okpreps @EWB_TimesRecord 8:58 p.m. Less than two minutes into third and Wilson goes for his second TD. This'n 40 yards. 21-7, Sallisaw, 10:07 3Q #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:58 p.m. Cascia Hall to receive second-half kickoff from Poteau. #okpreps @Derek_Brown_MT 8:56 p.m. Mustang's Frankie Edwards carries in a 6-yd TD. Mustang up 42-21 against PC West, 9:23 3rd qtr. #OKpreps @ScottWrightOK 8:56 p.m. Edmond Memorial 26, Choctaw 0, END 3Q #okpreps @LionsFBRadio 8:55 p.m. Yukon 21 Moore 14 3rdQ 5:32 #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:55 p.m. 3Q: Shawnee leads Bishop Kelley 28-10. #okpreps via @ShawneeSports @ShawneeSports 8:54 p.m. Shawnee 28 Bishop Kelley 10 in the 3rd #okpreps #shawneesports @OKVarsityScores 8:54 p.m. Class C No. 1 Tipton leads Bray-Doyle 46-14. #okpreps via @paulbeam @OKVarsityScores 8:53 p.m. Halftime: Tahlequah maintains 15-13 lead over Central. #okpreps via @BenJohnsonTDP @BenJohnsonTDP 8:52 p.m. End of the 3rd quarter, Tahlequah leads Central 15-13. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:51 p.m. 3Q: Yukon 21-14 over Moore. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:50 p.m. Class A Battle of undefeated top-five teams, No. 5 Hollis leads No. 2 Thomas 26-7 near halftime. #okpreps via @NLivingstonTLC @EyeAmTruth 8:50 p.m. #Yukon takes 21-14 lead over #Moore on a Hayden Somerville TD pass to Trayvon Albert in 3rd. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 8:50 p.m. HALF: Elgin 30, Cache 21. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:48 p.m. Halftime: Class 2A No. 5 OCS leads Dibble 15-12. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:47 p.m. Halftime: Class 3A No. 8 Tuttle leads Marlow 24-14. #okpreps via @scottfamilydds @OKVarsityScores 8:46 p.m. Tahlequah leads Central 15-13 in the third quarter. #okpreps via @BenJohnsonTDP @scottfamilydds 8:46 p.m. Marlow 14 Tuttle 24 halftime #okpreps @1021News 8:45 p.m. Keys 16, Lincoln Christian 28 - halftime #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:45 p.m. Cascia Hall's Reece Lambert 4 recepts 70 yds. TD; Miguel Rosendo 62 yds, TD. Poteau TB Roger Barcheers 40 yds., J. Pitchford 35. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:45 p.m. Lexington leads Coalgate 42-8 nearing halftime. #okpreps via @PurcellRegister @BR_TimesRecord 8:43 p.m. Cascia QB Michael Bloomfield is 6-9-0 and 118 yards passing and a TD. Poteau QB Jace Pitchford 6-14-1 41 yards. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:43 p.m. Elgin leads Cache 30-21 nearing halftime. #okpreps via @Tpalmateer83 @Tpalmateer83 8:43 p.m. Christensen with his third TD of first half. Caps 57-yd drive. Elgin 30, Cache 21 with 2:20 2Q. #okpreps @okprepstv 8:42 p.m. Score update: Muldrow vs Fort Gibson 0-21 Fort Gibson at Halftime #okpreps okpreps.tv/?p=868 @OKVarsityScores 8:41 p.m. Halftime: Christian Heritage all tied up with Luther 8-8. #okpreps via @richtort @FreddieMac502 8:41 p.m. Dewar over Gans 26-0 at the Half #OKPreps. @BR_TimesRecord 8:41 p.m. Halftime stats in Cascia Hall-Poteau game. CH w/ 189 total yards, but would've had 200+ if not for bad snap on punt. Pot. has 118. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 8:40 p.m. Final: PC North 50, US Grant 0. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 8:40 p.m. Central strikes 1st in the 3rd quarter on D'Angelo Brewer's 24yd TD run. Tahlequah now leads 15-13, 6:14 3rd Q. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:40 p.m. Big leads: PC North over US Grant and Union over Sand Springs. 50-0 & 49-0 respectively. #okpreps @KVrska7 8:40 p.m. Connor Kelly with 66-yd TD on option keeper. Has 178 yards. Duncan 35, MacArthur 21. 7:26 3Q. #okpreps @Shadid13 8:39 p.m. At half Cushing leads Chandler 28-0. Cushing RB Gage Stallworth has 21 carries for 200 yards and four touchdowns. #OKPreps @richtort 8:39 p.m. Christian Heritage 8, Luther 8 HALFTIME #okpreps #football @CHAsports @jacobunruh 8:39 p.m. This is all I can see at halftime here in Blanchard. #OKPreps pic.twitter.com/D6OVXe8vuf @UnionFootball 8:39 p.m. Derek Finch with a 26 yard TD run! - Union 49 Sand Springs 0 - 38 seconds until halftime #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 8:39 p.m. Central High leads Fox 12-0 with 5:55 left in 1st quarter. #okpreps @michaelswisher 8:39 p.m. Landon Nault opens third quarter with 50-yard TD run. Kingfisher 48, Centennial 12. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:38 p.m. Halftime: Spiro leads Heavener 14-7. #okpreps @pantherman01 8:36 p.m. Stigler13 Checotah15 half @HSFootballOK @HSFootballOK2 @BR_TimesRecord #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:35 p.m. The Blanchard band is performing in the dark at halftime. Press box just went dark, too. OK then ... #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 8:35 p.m. Halftime: Cascia Hall leads Poteau 14-0. #okpreps via @BR_TimesRecord @OKVarsityScores 8:35 p.m. Halftime: Newcastle ahead of Star Spencer 7-6. #okpreps via @BTrudeUCO @chrisbrannick85 8:34 p.m. Seminole leads Prague 27-0 in the second quarter. #okpreps via @cartergreg12 @BR_TimesRecord 8:34 p.m. But Poteau can't take advantage of the gift. Incomplete pass to end the first half. Cascia Hall leads 14-0 at halftime. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:34 p.m. Seminole leads Prague 27-0 in the second quarter. #okpreps via @cartergreg12 @ScottWrightOK 8:34 p.m. Two plays into the third quarter and Warren Wand is over 200 rushing yards for Edmond Memorial, which leads Choctaw 26-0 #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:33 p.m. Poteau gets a huge break near the end of the 1st half as a high snap on a CH punt attempt goes over punter's head. Ball at CH 29. #okpreps @brunk_bob 8:32 p.m. Central Sallisaw 48 Haileyville 0 5:00 2nd. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord @5NEWSBobby @HSFootballOK @JoeyKey_ 8:32 p.m. Ft Gibson 21 Muldrow 0 2:28 2nd #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 8:31 p.m. Sweat capitalizes on Elgin TO with 2-yd TD. Caps 80-yd drive. Elgin 24, Cache 21 5:35 2Q. #okpreps @Jeff_Rhodes 8:31 p.m. Vian leads #Hugo 20-0 at the half #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:31 p.m. Blanchard leads Jones 7-0 at halftime. #OKPreps @v_dawg 8:31 p.m. Half Eufaula 19 Valliant 7 Roland 26 Idabel 14 4:50 2nd #okpreps @lcjournal 8:31 p.m. Spiro scores on a short run with one minute left in first half. PAT good. Spiro 14, Heavener 7. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 8:30 p.m. Panthers lead 50-0 with 7:40 in the 4th. #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 8:29 p.m. via @okiestaterules: OCS 15, Dibble 12. Almost halftime. #okpreps @chrisbrannick85 8:28 p.m. Checotah ahead of Stigler 15-13 nearing halftime. #okpreps @EWB_TimesRecord 8:27 p.m. Half: Sallisaw 14, Stilwell 7. #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 8:27 p.m. Halftime: Ardmore ahead of Chickasha 17-0. #okpreps via KXII's @TBWilliamson @BR_TimesRecord 8:27 p.m. Cascia Hall forces Poteau to throw an incomplete pass on 4th down. CH takes over at its own 40 leading 14-0 2:18 2nd. #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:27 p.m. Blanchard's Braden Stringer with a 2-yard TD run. Lions now lead Jones 7-0 with 22 seconds left in half. #OKPreps @MrReynolds12 8:27 p.m. 2nd QRT Hilldale up 21-20 over Locust Grove #okpreps @dljames0001 8:27 p.m. At the half McAlester 49 Durant 16 #okpreps @1021News 8:26 p.m. Sequoyah 14, Sperry 7 - halftime #okpreps @v_dawg 8:26 p.m. 20-14 Roland over Idabel in the 2nd #okpreps @chrisbrannick85 8:26 p.m. Washington 21, Comanche 0. #okpreps via @PurcellRegister @TBWilliamson 8:26 p.m. #Ardmore leads #Chickasha 17-0 at halftime. Tigers d playing lights out. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:26 p.m. Hollis 20, Thomas 7. 1st half. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:25 p.m. Poteau faces 4th-and-4 from the Cascia Hall 40 with 2:29 left in the first half. Commandos take a time out. #okpreps @JimmieTramel 8:25 p.m. Thursday night lights: Locust Grove returns fumble for TD, leads Hilldale 20-14 at 11:29 2Q. #okpreps pic.twitter.com/Cts4kQumFK @OKVarsityScores 8:25 p.m. Class 6A No. 7 Owasso down 29-7 late in the second quarter. #okpreps via @Jarvidus @awathletics 8:24 p.m. Half: Anadarko 6, Woodward 7. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:23 p.m. Checotah ahead of Stigler 15-13 nearing halftime. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 8:23 p.m. END OF 3rd: PC North 43, US Grant. #OKpreps @Jarvidus 8:23 p.m. HT Booker T 29 Owasso 7. Late 2Q TD by Rams(Neph 13yd scramble). Rams took 22 mins to wake up. #owassofootball #okpreps #vypeok @OKVarsityScores 8:23 p.m. Washington 21, Comanche 0. #okpreps via @PurcellRegister @BR_TimesRecord 8:23 p.m. Poteau forces Cascia Hall to punt for the first time. Pirates take over at their own 35 down 14-0 4:04 2nd. #okpreps @v_dawg 8:22 p.m. 2:50 in 2nd Eufaula 19 Valliant 7 Checotah 15, Stigler 13 - 5:00, 2nd #okpreps @Shadid13 8:21 p.m. Gage Stallworth scores his fourth TD of the night. Still four minutes left in the first half: Cushing 28, Chandler 0. #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 8:21 p.m. East: Roland leads Idabel 20-7 in the first half. #okpreps @lcjournal 8:21 p.m. Panama now up on Quinton 16-0 #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:20 p.m. Blanchard's Braden Stringer is already over 100 yards. #OKPreps @Tpalmateer83 8:20 p.m. End 1Q: Elgin 24, Cache 14. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:20 p.m. Class 2A No. 3 Vian leads Hugo 20-0 nearing halftime. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:18 p.m. Halftime: Class 3A No. 2 Kingfisher ahead of Centennial 42-12. #okpreps via @michaelswisher @Jeff_Rhodes 8:17 p.m. Pick 6 for Vian. #Hugo trails 20-0 with 3:57 left in the half #okpreps @barnokie 8:17 p.m. Coweta 28 Collinsville 21 :33 2nd #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:17 p.m. Blanchard and Jones just traded turnovers. Blanchard has ball on own 35 with 2:46 left in half. Still scoreless. #OKPreps @BenJohnsonTDP 8:17 p.m. 5A softball: Tahlequah's Randee O'Donnell on her game-winning HR: "As soon as I hit it, I knew it was over." #okpreps @michaelswisher 8:17 p.m. Kingfisher 42, Centennial 12. Half. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:17 p.m. Cascia Hall's Reece Lambert, who scored a TD moments ago, picks off a pass at his own 21. 14-0 CH vs. Poteau 6:23 2nd. #okpreps @Derek_Brown_MT 8:17 p.m. Chandler Garrett hits Colton Hadlock from 6 yards out. Mustang up 28-14, 0:20 in first half. #OKpreps @JoeyKey_ 8:17 p.m. Ft Gibson 14 Muldrow 0 6:03 2nd #okpreps @BarryLewisTW 8:16 p.m. Booker T. Washington's 29-0 lead over Owasso is the most stunning score of the season so far. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:15 p.m. Another score from the east, via @DerekHill116, Ft. Gibson 14, Muldrow 0. #okpreps @DerekHill116 8:14 p.m. Fort Gibson takes advantage of the turnover. Fort Gibson 14 Muldrow 0. 6:03 left in 2Q. #OKPreps @EWB_TimesRecord 8:14 p.m. Touchdown Sallisaw. Wilson from 6. It's 14-7, 3:39 2Q. #OKPreps @OKVarsityScores 8:13 p.m. Class 4A No. 10 Cascia Hall ahead of No. 3 Poteau 14-0 midway through the second quarter. #okpreps via @BR_TimesRecord @OKVarsityScores 8:12 p.m. Union with a 35-0 lead over Sand Springs in the third quarter. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:11 p.m. Cascia Hall scores another TD, on 13-yard pass from M. Bloomfield to Lambert on 3rd down. PAT gives CH 14-0 lead on Poteau 7:46 2. #okpreps @KVrska7 8:11 p.m. End 1Q: Central High 12, Fox 0. #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:11 p.m. Neither offenses have found any kind of rhythm here in Blanchard. Still scoreless with 4:48 left in half. #OKPreps @UnionFootball 8:11 p.m. Farquhar to Mead for a 22 yard TD! - Union 35 Sand Springs 0 - 8:02 left in Q3 #okpreps @OKVarsityScores 8:11 p.m. Halftime: Bixby 21, Edison 3. #okpreps via @BarryLewisTW @BarryLewisTW 8:10 p.m. Bixby leads Edison 21-3 at halftime. Edison has outgained Bixby 167-138. Edison hurt by penalties and turnovers. #okpreps @Creek_Football 8:10 p.m. Caden Sander keeps it for a 47 yard Touchdown run. Deer Creek 23 Western Heights 7 3:17 2nd #okpreps @HSFootballOK @OKVarsityScores 8:10 p.m. Elgin leads Cache 24-14 late in the 1st quarter. #okpreps via @Tpalmateer83 @KVrska7 8:09 p.m. And Mac tries to run a naked boot. Loses 2 yards. Mac 21, Duncan 21. Halftime. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 8:09 p.m. Trevor Youmans nails 27-yard FG. Elgin 24, Cache 14 with 2:40 in 1Q. #okpreps @ShawneeSports 8:08 p.m. Shawnee 21 Tulsa Kelley 10 Half #okpreps #shawneesports @OKVarsityScores 8:08 p.m. Yukon & Moore tied up at 14 approaching halftime. #okpreps @DerekHill116 8:08 p.m. Blue fumbles the PR after forcing a FTG three and out. Fort Gibson ball. 9:22 left in 2Q. #OKPreps @dylnclem 8:08 p.m. Owens 6 yd TD w/ 2:02 left in 2nd quarter BT-29 Owasso-0 #okpreps @v_dawg 8:08 p.m. Checotah 7, Stigler 7 - end 1st Idabel 7 Roland 6 4:55 left in 1st #okpreps @LionsFBRadio 8:08 p.m. EP is good Yukon 14 Moore 14 :16 2ndQ #okpreps @SportsMuskogee 8:07 p.m. End first quarter: Hilldale 14, Locust Grove 8 #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:07 p.m. Cascia Hall converts on fourth down play. Commandos have first-and-goal at Poteau 6 leading 7-0. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 8:06 p.m. Edmond Memorial 26, Choctaw 0 HALF #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 8:06 p.m. Tahlequah's Bryce Patrick missed a 45yd FG attempt to end the half. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 8:06 p.m. Halftime in 5A-4: Tahlequah leads Central 15-6. #okpreps @brunk_bob 8:04 p.m. Central Sallisaw 28 Haileyville 0 1st Q. #okpreps @HSFootballOK @BR_TimesRecord @5NEWSBobby @TreyHunter87 8:03 p.m. I will be covering the state softball tournament tomorrow for @TheOklahoman #okpreps @jacobunruh 8:03 p.m. Blanchard's Blake Owen goes for a TD pass, but Jones' Terik Leniger gets the interception. #OKPreps @richtort 8:02 p.m. Luther gets onside kick, but Colton Lindsey INT puts CHA at its own 10-yard line #okpreps @GpoolWarriors 8:02 p.m. Ada 9 Glenpool 0 with 11:12 left until halftime! #okpreps #vypeok @HSFootballOK @DerekHill116 8:02 p.m. Muldrow misses a FG. FTG still leads it 7-0. 11:04 left in 2Q. #OKPreps @Tpalmateer83 8:02 p.m. Christensen scores on 2-yard run. Elgin 21, Cache 14. Elgin onsides on next kick and recovers. We have had four turnovers already. #okpreps @Shadid13 8:02 p.m. Stallworth 3-yd TD. He's got 122 yards on nine carries. In second quarter: Cushing 14, Chandler 0. #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 8:01 p.m. Poteau flagged for defensive holding on third down on the opening play of the second quarter. First down for Cascia Hall. #okpreps @richtort 8:00 p.m. Maurice Wright 1-yard touchdown run with 9:30 left in second quarter then Chad Pridemore conversion catch puts Luther up 8-0 #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 8:00 p.m. Choctaw with a bad shotgun snap gives Edmond Memorial a safety and a 26-0 lead in the final minute of the first half #okpreps @ftgsports 7:58 p.m. After the 1st qtr. FTG leading Muldrow 7-0. fortgibsontigers.tv #okpreps @VYPEOK @NewsOn6 @KTULNews @BR_TimesRecord 7:58 p.m. End of the first quarter, Cascia Hall leads Poteau 7-0. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 7:57 p.m. Sweat hit hard by Zane Rulon and fumbles. Elgin now has first and goal on Cache 2. Tied up 14-14 with 4:25 1Q. #okpreps @EWB_TimesRecord 7:56 p.m. End 1st: Sallisaw 7, Stilwell 7. #OKPreps @NLivingstonTLC 7:56 p.m. Tent dunaway strikes right back with 45-yard TD pass for Thomas now 7-6 terriers 7:35 1st #okpreps @soonerbdead 7:56 p.m. @VYPEOK Wagoner Bulldogs 7 Oolagah Mustangs 7 after 1st #okpreps @jacobunruh 7:56 p.m. Blanchard and Jones are scoreless after one quarter. #OKPreps @ScottWrightOK 7:55 p.m. For the third straight drive, Choctaw quickly moved into Ed Memorial territory then stalled. Punt goes in for a touchback #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:54 p.m. Poteau goes for it on 4th-and-9 at Cascia Hall 13. Pitchford short pass to Barcheers but stopped shy of first down. CH takes over. #okpreps @jacobunruh 7:53 p.m. Blanchard's Braden Bush down. Looks like he took a knee to the helmet. Walks off gingerly with help. #OKPreps @richtort 7:52 p.m. Christian Heritage 0, Luther 0 end of first quarter @CHAsports #okpreps #football @PCNFootball 7:51 p.m. HALFTIME: Panthers 43, US Grant Generals 0. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:51 p.m. HALFTIME: PC North 43, US Grant. #OkPreps @KVrska7 7:50 p.m. The shoot out is on: McCoy scores 3rd TD of night on 46 yd run. Mac 21, Duncan 21. 4:44 2Q. #okpreps @HaroldRKuntz3 7:50 p.m. Now 22-0 Booker T early 2nd q over Owasso. Booker T's band is also winning. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:50 p.m. Poteau's Austin Archey in the Archeydozer, converts on fourth down; Pirates get first down at Cascia Hall 27. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:50 p.m. Keep up with all the #okpreps action with our live article: newsok.com/article/3894677 @DerekHill116 7:48 p.m. Fort Gibson 7 Muldrow 0. 4:31 left in the 1Q. #OKPreps @ScottWrightOK 7:48 p.m. Warren Wand into the end zone again, his third of the night. Edmond Memorial 24, Choctaw 0 with 5:05 til half #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:48 p.m. Poteau faces third-and-6 at the Cascia Hall 33. Commandos take time out leading 7-0 4:57 1st. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 7:48 p.m. Having tweet issues. Cache, Elgin tied 14-14 with 8:01 in 1Q. #okpreps @EWB_TimesRecord 7:47 p.m. Sallisaw answers with 61-yard drive. 7-7, 6:48 1Q. #OKPreps @MrReynolds12 7:46 p.m. Claremore Scores to make it 14-14 in the 2 nd 4:57 left #okpreps @Jeff_Rhodes 7:43 p.m. Vian uses the run to go 48 yards on 9 plays, lead #Hugo 6-0 with 6:29 left in the first #okpreps @Bencampbell01 7:43 p.m. Jeffery mead with the union t.d. with 3:51 in the 1st qtr union leads sand springs 14-0. #okpreps @GVTVOK 7:43 p.m. Score Update: Hulbert vs Salina 14-0 Salina #okpreps okpreps.tv/?p=873 @BR_TimesRecord 7:43 p.m. Cascia Hall strikes first. TB Miguel Rosendo scores on 17-yard TD run then adds PAT. Commandos lead Poteau 7-0 6:57 1st. #okpreps @dylnclem 7:41 p.m. Bad snap over the head of Neph, recovered in the end zone for a safety, BT 19 Owasso 0 1:07 left in 1st qtr. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:41 p.m. Xavier Swann takes it to the house for the Panthers. They lead 43-0 with 8:14 in the 2nd. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:41 p.m. Cascia Hall converts on two third-and-longs, now has ball on Poteau 17. #okpreps @Shadid13 7:41 p.m. Gage Stallworth goes 93 yards for a TD on Cushing's first offensive play. Cushing 7, Chandler 0 in first quarter. #OKPreps @jacobunruh 7:41 p.m. And Blanchard was at the Jones 45. Not the goal line. #OKPreps @jacobunruh 7:40 p.m. Blanchard's Braden Stringer busts a 32-yard run and then tries to jump over the line of scrimmage on two of the next three plays. #OKPreps @ColinDeaver 7:39 p.m. On 3rd and 8, Cache's Ezekiel Henson catches screen and goes 68 yards for the score. 7-7, 10:33 first. #okpreps @EWB_TimesRecord 7:38 p.m. Stilwell strikes first. A 13-yard run from Davis makes it 7-0 with 8:53 in 1Q. #OKPreps @GHSblueline 7:38 p.m. At the end of the 1st quarter the Bluejays are up 14-0 #okpreps @DerekHill116 7:38 p.m. Muldrow forced to punt. Pins Fort Gibson on the two yard line. #OKPreps @MrReynolds12 7:38 p.m. Claremore 7 Pryor 7 in the 2nd QRT #okpreps @Jarvidus 7:38 p.m. Owens 13yd TD run. BTW 17 Owasso 0. Rams have run 6 offensive plays. 2:01 left in 1Q. owassofootball #okpreps #vypeok @pcnorthblogger 7:37 p.m. Creighton Decker gets an INT on 4th down for the Panthers. #OKPreps @DerekHill116 7:37 p.m. Muldrow safety Austin Marion with an interception on the second play of the game. #OKPreps @ColinDeaver 7:37 p.m. Cache fumbles opening kick, Elgin returns to 1-yard line and scores 1 play later. 7-0 Owls, 11:48 1st qtr. #okpreps @Eddie_Rado 7:36 p.m. They are growing on me. I like it. RT @pcnorthblogger: End of 1st: PC North 36, US Grant 0. #OkPreps @pcnorthblogger 7:36 p.m. A running clock is now being used at PC North/US Grant in the 2nd. #OKpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:36 p.m. Poteau stopped on 1st drive inside the Cascia 10. Jace Pitchford comes on to attempt a 26-yard field goal but kick goes wide left. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:33 p.m. Memorial's Warren Wand with a couple impressive cuts, goes 58 for his second TD of the night. EM up 17-0 on Choctaw early 2Q #okpreps @jacobunruh 7:33 p.m. Blanchard goes three-and-out on its first possession. #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:32 p.m. And what do you know? Jace Pitchford returns opening kickoff 56 yards to the Cascia Hall 24. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:32 p.m. Tahlequah leads Central 15-6, 10:21 2nd Q. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:31 p.m. End of 1st: PC North 36, US Grant 0. #OkPreps @barnokie 7:31 p.m. Coweta 0 Collinsville 7 10:20 in the 2nd. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:31 p.m. On 3rd & 4 on its own 44, Tahlequah QB David Dick runs 56 yds for a TD. Tigers now lead Central 15-6. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:31 p.m. Ed Memorial's 4th sack stops the Choctaw drive. Punt to the 2 where the Bulldogs take over, up 10-0 #okpreps @jacobunruh 7:31 p.m. The pink is a nice touch on the field here, but it sure is hard to see the far hash marks. #OKPreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:30 p.m. Poteau QB Jace Pitchford is back on the kickoff return team. He does everything, including punt and kick. #okpreps @michaelswisher 7:29 p.m. Landon Nault with 15-yard TD run and 2-point run. Kingfisher 14, Centennial 12 at 1:34 1Q. #okpreps @richtort 7:29 p.m. Christian Heritage will receive and defend the south end zone #football #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:28 p.m. "It's time to get up and get ready for some Pirate Foot-balllllllllllll" says the PA man as Poteau players take the field. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:28 p.m. Riley Sterling recovers a US Grant fumble and takes it to the house. PCN leads 36-0 w/ 1:36 in the 1st. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:27 p.m. Choctaw offense showing signs of life as first quarter ends. Edmond Memorial leading 10-0 #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:27 p.m. Poteau will receive the opening kickoff to start the game vs. Cascia Hall. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:26 p.m. Poteau players wearing all red tonight. This is the Pirates' "Red Out" game. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:24 p.m. End of the 1st quarter, Tahlequah leads Central 7-6. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:24 p.m. Chase Sparks finds Kaedyn Fuller in the end zone for another score. PCN leads 29-0. #OKPreps @DerekHill116 7:23 p.m. Now watching the Muldrow Bulldogs vs. the Fort Gibson Tigers. #OKPreps pic.twitter.com/yb6AxLAyH1 @ScottWrightOK 7:23 p.m. Ed Memorial's Justin Marcha with a 27-yd FG for a 10-0 Bulldog lead on Choctaw with 1:27 left in 1Q #okpreps @EyeAmTruth 7:22 p.m. Yukon takes 7-0 over #moore after throwing a 24yard TD pass with 57 secs left in 1st #okpreps @richtort 7:22 p.m. View of pregame with @CHACrusaders students holding American flag from Crusader Field press box #okpreps #football pic.twitter.com/LoRFt6vXZI @GroveSunSports 7:22 p.m. Cherry with his 2nd TD pass for the Cardinals to up East Central's lead to 14-0 over Grove #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:21 p.m. Waylon Anderson just had two TDs taken away in a five-play span. Edmond Memorial still threatening, 2nd-and-goal from 18 #okpreps @RedTornadoes 7:20 p.m. “@Marquiz024: Ready for the oklahoma state visit ! @OKState247 #pokes pic.twitter.com/eBZNOu97jD ” #okpreps @CBlakeColston 7:18 p.m. FINAL: Cache 7, Ft. Gibson 4. Bulldogs on to the semis to face Bethel Friday at 2 p.m. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:17 p.m. Central comes right back & scores on D'Angelo Brewer's 13yd run with 5:04 left in the first quarter. Tahlequah leads 7-6. #okpreps @michaelswisher 7:17 p.m. Landon Nault 1-yard TD run. kick blocked. Kingfisher 6, Centennial 6 at 4:41 of 1Q. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:17 p.m. US GRANT goes 3 and out and on the first play Cayman Johnson gets in the End zone. PCN leads 21-0 with 6:13 in the 1st. #OKpreps @richtort 7:17 p.m. Game officials changed breaker on stadium lights so now we are set at Crusader Field for Luther at Christian Heritage #football #okpreps @MrReynolds12 7:16 p.m. Shawnee strikes first with a TD there up 7-0 over Kelly with 5:33 left in the first half #okpreps @ScottWrightOK 7:15 p.m. Edmond Memorial on the board first after getting a short field. Warren Wand 25-yd TD run. Bulldogs up 7-0 on Choctaw mid 1Q #okpreps @CBlakeColston 7:14 p.m. Ft. Gibson scores two runs on a Cache error that would've ended the game. 7-4 Bulldogs now. #okpreps @richtort 7:12 p.m. Stadium lights kicking on now at Crusader Field for Luther at Christian Heritage #football #okpreps game delayed by 12 minutes so far @jacobunruh 7:10 p.m. Want to follow our live coverage of #OKPreps football tonight? Click here newsok.com/article/3894677 @BenJohnsonTDP 7:10 p.m. Tahlequah caps off a 12-play drive with a 10yd TD run by QB David Dick. Tahlequah leads Central 7-0, 7:07 1st Q. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:09 p.m. On 3rd down for US Grant, fumbles and the Panthers Logan Price recovers it and takes it to the end zone. PCN leads 14-0. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:09 p.m. 5A softball: Tahlequah 5, Chickasha 2, final. Tahlequah to take on Carl Albert tomorrow at 2 p.m. #okpreps @BR_TimesRecord 7:09 p.m. Here at Poteau for the big Top 10 4A showdown between Poteau and Cascia Hall. Both teams a combined 11-1 entering this game. #okpreps @DerekHill116 7:08 p.m. If you want to watch Muldrow vs. Fort Gibson, go to FortGibsonTigers.tv for a live broadcast. #OKPreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:08 p.m. Tahlequah is now at Central's 10-yard line, 1st & goal. #okpreps @richtort 7:08 p.m. Waiting to find out if the stadium lights will come on at Crusader Field for Luther at Christian Heritage #football game #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:07 p.m. On 3rd & 12 at Central's 42, Tahlequah QB David Dick hit RB Colton Wright for a 22yd screen pass. 1st down Tahlequah. #okpreps @Tpalmateer83 7:07 p.m. Battle of the Wichitas coming up. Cache-Elgin. #okpreps pic.twitter.com/uTL06J4zMm @BenJohnsonTDP 7:06 p.m. Also, Tahlequah WR Kourtland McMillan started tonight. He missed last week's game at Coweta with mono. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:04 p.m. Tahlequah started on its own 15 & has moved up to Central's 41-yard line & still on the move. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 7:03 p.m. Panthers will start with the ball. #OKPreps @BenJohnsonTDP 7:02 p.m. 5A softball: Tahlequah 5, Chickasha 2 on a 3-run home run by Randee O'Donnell. #okpreps @CBlakeColston 7:00 p.m. Shortstop Alyssa Eschiti cranks a three-run HR. It's 7-2 Cache. #okpreps @jacobunruh 6:59 p.m. Blanchard has field painted pink for breast cancer awareness. #OKPreps pic.twitter.com/sIl2VbNV8P @CBlakeColston 6:58 p.m. The Bulldogs have loaded the bases with just one out in the 6th. 3 & 4 hole hitters due up. #okpreps @BenJohnsonTDP 6:57 p.m. Tahlequah will start the game with the ball. Kickoff coming in 3 minutes in front of a light - & I mean very light - crowd. #okpreps @pcnorthblogger 6:56 p.m. Kickoff in less than 5 minutes between PC North and US Grant. #OKpreps pic.twitter.com/ABhbQNpl33 @BenJohnsonTDP 6:53 p.m. 5A softball: Tahlequah & Chickasha tied at 2, top 7. #okpreps @jacobunruh 6:52 p.m. I have arrived in Blanchard for Jones-Blanchard. #OKPreps
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
OSSAA approves new football districts The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association board of directors approved the new football districts for the 2014-2015 seasons on Wednesday, finalizing the new divisions in Class 6A. In 6A Division I, Jenks and Broken Arrow are in the same district as Edmond Memorial, Edmond Santa Fe, Norman, Putnam City, Westmoore and Yukon. Tulsa Union and Owasso...
High school notebook: OSSAA approves new football districts
BY JACOB UNRUH AND SCOTT WRIGHT | Oct 9, 2013The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association board of directors approved the new football districts for the 2014-2015 seasons on Wednesday, finalizing the new divisions in Class 6A. In 6A Division I, Jenks and Broken Arrow are in the same district as Edmond Memorial, Edmond Santa Fe, Norman, Putnam City, Westmoore and Yukon. Tulsa Union and Owasso are aligned with Edmond North, Moore, Mustang, Norman North, Owasso, PC North and Southmoore. Division II is an East-West split, with Stillwater going west and Ponca City going east. New additions to Class 4A, Newcastle and Tuttle, discovered their destinations. Newcastle will be in District 4A-1, a west district. Tuttle is heading east in District 4A-2. Douglass also falls to Class 3A, aligning in District 3A-2 with Bethany, Blanchard, Bridge Creek, John Marshall, Mount St. Mary and Meeker. Pioneer and Merritt are also falling to Class B. A full list of the districts can be found on Page 5B. FALLOUT FROM INTERIM STUDY The OSSAA board of directors spent portions of Wednesday's meeting discussing the recent legislative study and Supreme Court ruling regarding the organization, even going into executive session for more than an hour to open the meeting. The board did vote to approve an immediate change as a result of the interim study. It will now be clearer presenting reasons in letters as to why it has approved or denied a hardship, eligibility or appeal. The board also decided not to ask for reconsideration from the Supreme Court on its 7-2 ruling last week involving Sequouyah-Tahlequah football players who were ruled ineligible for participating in individual camps funded by the school. The OSSAA was also recommended to pay back $25,000 in legal fees to the school, and the board approved to do so. Also, the OSSAA plans to appeal former Sequoyah-Tahlequah quarterback Brayden Scott and his attorney Chad Smith's request for legal fees. BRAY-DOYLE, BOARD REACH AGREEMENT The Bray-Doyle football team reached an agreement with the OSSAA board of directors that will allow it to forfeit its upcoming games should it not have enough players to field an 11-man team and its scheduled opponent does not wish to play with just eight players. The Donkeys started the season with 25 players, but they have lost some players to injuries and others have quit. They have now just 13 active players if everybody is cleared to play, but at one point last week they were playing with just nine players. First-year coach Lee Bluejacket told the board that he is concerned for his players' safety with the declining numbers. Bray-Doyle has already forfeited its game this week with Velma-Alma. The Donkeys, who are slated to play in Class B next season already, will look to play against independent eight-man teams if they forfeit their regularly scheduled game. SANTA FE SOUTH AMONG PRE-STATE MEET WINNERS The Santa Fe South boys cross country team joined the Norman North and Shawnee girls as team champions in the pre-state cross country meets held last weekend at Edmond Santa Fe. Most impressively, Santa Fe South won the boys 4A meet despite having its top runner finish 13th overall, with Deangelo Robles clocking in at 18:11.86. Santa Fe South totaled 70 points with Plainvew second at 83. Del City's Kadijah Almarales won the 5A girls overall title at 13:19.76, but it was Shawnee, led by fourth-place finisher Maddie Rutherford at 13:49.08 that took the team honors with 43 points. Pryor was second at 47. Norman North's Abbey Mace was third overall in the 6A girls meet and her team had five of the top 15 finishers to compile 50 points, with Norman High second at 58. THREE LOCAL GOLFERS IN JUNIOR ALL-STAR INVITATIONAL Three young metro-area golfers will take part in the Junior All-Star Invitational being held Friday-Monday at Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club in Norman. The event, which has players from all across the country, as well as China, Japan, South Korea, Mexico and South America, is only open to 48 boys and 25 girls. Newcastle freshman Dalton Daniel is the only boy from Oklahoma in the field, while a pair of Norman residents will take part in the girls event. Freshman Kaitlin Milligan and seventh-grader Yujeong Son will both compete in the four-day event.
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 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
John Campbell died last week at age 90, after having lived quite the life. I met Campbell sometime in the ‘80s, when I was at the Norman Transcript and I did a story on Campbell playing in an over-40 basketball league with his two sons.
Oklahoma football: John Campbell remembers Bud Wilkinson
Berry Tramel | Sep 6, 2013John Campbell died last week at age 90, after having lived quite the life. I met Campbell sometime in the ‘80s, when I was at the Norman Transcript and I did a story on Campbell playing in an over-40 basketball league with his two sons. Later, I got reacquainted through OU’s college of engineering, where my wife is a fund-raiser and Campbell was not only a graduate, but a former faculty member. But Campbell also was a football official, a Big Seven/Big Eight football official, and for years he’s been telling me Bud Wilkinson stories. A few years ago, Campbell wrote an autobiography and included a chapter about his days officiating. The book is A 20TH CENTURY ODYSSEY. Campbell had a fascinating life. He was part of the team that developed the commercial manufacturing of plutonium, which was used successfully as the explosive element in the bomb dropped on Nagasaki. During 19 years as an OU professor, he became a consultant to the global petroleum industry and eventually started his own company. So those days on college football gridirons were secondary to Campbell’s life. But they also were interesting. * Campbell, who grew up in Iowa, began officiating basketball while an Iowa State undergrad in the 1940s. At OU in 1947, Campbell began officiating high school basketball. He got his first jobs by mailing postcards to coaches. The typical payment was $15 a night, plus five cents a mile for expenses. “My timing was lucky,” Campbell wrote. “The war had interfered with normal activities and the supply of officials was sparse.” * In 1948, after having started officiating some high school football, Campbell began working some OU scrimmages for Wilkinson. Campbell said he didn’t have much interaction with the coaches though he did become one of the professors used to help recruit players. * In 1956, Campbell had become more acquainted with Wilkinson and was asked to audition for a role on Wilkinson’s television show, in which a professor would conduct a weekly science experiment in conjunction with an advertiser. Campbell was hired for $100 a show. “Needless to say, I signed that (contract) and sent it back immediately before they had a chance to change their mind,” Campbell wrote. The gig lasted two years. * Campbell never claimed to be a close friend of Wilkinson’s. Wilkinson called Campbell “Dr. Campbell,” and Campbell called Wilkinson “Coach.” But Campbell had some great insights into Wilkinson. “It always has been hard to characterize Bud because he was a product of two diametrically opposite cultures,” Campbell wrote. “He had been raised in a very affluent environment, had a master’s degree in English and was a lover of symphony music and poetry. On the other hand, he was very competitive, had been a very good football player at the University of Minnesota and really liked to coach football. “He possessed the social graces common to a person with his background and projected this in his public persona. He also had a boyish smile that captivated most who observed it. He projected a public image that was unlike that of the typical football coach of his day. “Privately, he was a worry wart. His intellectual side and his coaching side seemingly were always in conflict. During the time I knew him, he talked about quitting coaching and returning to the family business in Minnesota several times. I was never part of his private life, but I often wondered if he ever truly relaxed. Anxiety was an integral part of his life that I am familiar with. Once he won, he began to worry and plan for the next one. Although he never let on publicly, a loss devastated him… “Like so many ultra successful folks, he not only was intelligent, but also was able to focus it on the challenge at hand. It is difficult to talk about Bud without appearing negative, because I liked and respected him. However, I have to honestly say that he was difficult to interact with. He was not a listener and seemed unable to disagree agreeably.” * Campbell was barred from officiating OU games, because of his OU ties. Wilkinson once approached Campbell and asked him to review the officiating in an OU-Kansas game. Campbell declined and told him the game would be reviewed by the conference office. * Campbell became a Big Seven official in part because of a dispute with Wilkinson. A new rule redefined defensive holding. Campbell said he called it four or five times in an OU scrimmage. Wilkinson finally called a halt to the action “and walked over to me,” Campbell wrote. “In a very sarcastic, loud tone, he said I was wrong and should learn the rules before out to work. My equally caustic reply was to the effect that if he wanted to have a successful season, he had better learn the rules.” And Campbell stormed off the field. The next day, Campbell got a call from Wilkinson’s secretary, asking Campbell visit Wilkinson before practice. Campbell told her that not only was he busy, he had nothing to say to Wilkinson. She called back 15 minutes later, pleading for Campbell to come. “I was still a bit peeved, but I went down prepared to renew our confrontation,” Campbell wrote. “As I walked into his office in the field house, he was sitting behind his desk wearing horn-rimmed glasses and smoking an awful smelling cigar. I later learned he smoked King Edward cigars, about the cheapest available. He motioned for me to sit down, smiled a bit, and said, ‘You really are a hard-headed cuss, aren’t you? We need officials like you in the conference. There is an opening in the officials’ ranks that is my turn to fill. Are you interested?” Campbell noted that he cleaned up the language bit. He also noted that he most definitely was interested. “I had learned something else about Bud,” Campbell wrote. “He had respect for those strong enough to stand up to him if they were right. He was willing to compromise his innate vanity to achieve truth.” * Campbell, who had degrees from OU and Iowa State, could not officiate either school’s games. But he got a full complement of games and was paid $150 a game, plus expenses. “I never worked for Bud during a game, but those who did were often critical of him,” Campbell wrote. “Apparently he never used foul language but could be very sarcastic and adopt a persona that was equivalent to a parent berating a child. I can believe this because Bud was a fierce competitor and fundamentally an up-tight person – contrary to the public image he projected.” * In the late ‘50s, Campbell was appointed to the OU Athletic Council as a faculty representative. Wilkinson was athletic director, but Ken Farris basically ran the department. “He only had much interest in matters that affected football,” Campbell wrote. On one occasion, the Athletic Council had approved formation of a gymnastics program. Wilkinson was late for the meeting, and upon arriving and being informed, “he immediately complained in a loud voice that the football team made the money and should dictate how it was spent. He was tired of siphoning off football money for other sports.” Campbell said Wilkinson calmed down when he realized the money was a rather modest sum. On another occasion, Wilkinson arrived late only to find that the council had just fired basketball coach Doyle Parrack. “You can’t do that without my approval,” Wilkinson shouted. “We’ll see about that.” And Wilkinson left to complain to president George Lynn Cross. “In about 30 minutes he returned, sat down and, in a very quiet voice, said, ‘Well, I guess he’s fired.’” Think about that. The athletic director was not even aware that a program had been instituted and a coach fired. Those were different times. * In 1968, Campbell left OU to form his own company and decided to leave officiating as well.
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
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Tony Moeaki's career in Kansas City has apparently come to an end.The former third-round pick who dazzled during his rookie season but couldn't stay on the field because of injuries was fittingly waived as an injured player on Saturday, part of a series of moves that the Chiefs used to reach the 53-man roster limit by the NFL's deadline.Moeaki fractured his shoulder in...
Chiefs cut Draughn in reaching 53-man limit
DAVE SKRETTA, Associated Press | Aug 31, 2013KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Tony Moeaki's career in Kansas City has apparently come to an end. The former third-round pick who dazzled during his rookie season but couldn't stay on the field because of injuries was fittingly waived as an injured player on Saturday, part of a series of moves that the Chiefs used to reach the 53-man roster limit by the NFL's deadline. Moeaki fractured his shoulder in a preseason game against Pittsburgh. He'll end up on injured reserve along with offensive lineman Ricky Henry, who ruptured his bicep Thursday night against Green Bay, if Moeaki passes through waivers without being claimed. "Well Chiefs Kingdom, it's been a pleasure," Moeaki tweeted. "Was starting to feel back to form. Bad timing for an inj. However...Challenge accepted." Moeaki has struggled with knee and shoulder injuries throughout his career. The Chiefs had to clear 22 players to reach the roster maximum, which meant cutting 20 others by the deadline. Among those was running back Shaun Draughn, safety Tysyn Hartman and wide receivers Rico Richardson and Josh Bellamy, all of whom were in close competitions for jobs. After those moves were complete, the Chiefs traded linebacker Edgar Jones to the Dallas Cowboys for an undisclosed draft pick, leaving them with an open roster spot. "The men we let go today put in a substantial amount of work for our club and we are grateful for their efforts," Chiefs general manager John Dorsey said in a statement. "We feel like we have a good foundation and we will continue to look to build our roster in the best interests of the team." Draughn was beaten out by second-year pro Cyrus Gray for the No. 3 running back job behind Jamaal Charles and Knile Davis. It may have come down to the Chiefs' preseason finale against the Packers, too, when Gray carried 13 times for 72 yards as the starters and most of the second team sat. Draughn ran for 233 yards and two touchdowns while appearing in all 16 games last season. Richardson and Bellamy were in a tense competition for the past couple of wide receiver spots, but were beaten out by Devon Wylie — who hurt his hamstring against the Packers — and Junior Hemingway, the Chiefs' former seventh-round pick who appeared in just one game last season. Hemingway might have solidified his spot against the Packers, too. He hauled in seven catches for 80 yards and a touchdown, emerging as a viable option opposite Dwayne Bowe in the passing game. Most of his targets in the game came from quarterback Tyler Bray, an undrafted free agent out of Tennessee who had won the No. 3 job earlier in camp. The Chiefs cut Ricky Stanzi during the first round of roster reductions, and it was unlikely they'd go into the season with just two quarterbacks. Hartman, a former Kansas State star, was beaten out by another undrafted free agent in Bradley McDougald, and that one might sting for Wildcat fans still smarting from their loss Friday night to North Dakota State. McDougald went to school just down the road at Kansas. The other players who were cut were defensive backs Malcolm Bronson, Greg Castillo, Kennard Cox and Semaj Moody; offensive linemen Matt Reynolds, Rokevious Watkins, Tommie Draheim and Steven Baker; defensive linemen Marcus Dixon, Austin Lane and Ridge Wilson; fullback Toben Opurum; wide receiver Frankie Hammond Jr.; linebackers Darin Drakeford and Orie Lemon; and tight end Demetrius Harris. Harris was an undrafted free agent who hadn't played football since high school after playing basketball at Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The Chiefs will likely try to sign him to the practice squad. ___ AP NFL website: http://www.pro32.ap.org
Aug 31, 2013
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Tyler Bray knows that he's probably not going to get a whole lot of snaps in a game the rest of the year. It comes with the territory of being the third-string quarterback.That's why he made the most of the ones he got Thursday night.The rookie out of Tennessee threw for 169 yards and three touchdowns in leading the Chiefs to a 30-8 victory over the Green Bay Packers...
Chiefs rookie Bray turns head in preseason finale
DAVE SKRETTA, Associated Press | Aug 31, 2013KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Tyler Bray knows that he's probably not going to get a whole lot of snaps in a game the rest of the year. It comes with the territory of being the third-string quarterback. That's why he made the most of the ones he got Thursday night. The rookie out of Tennessee threw for 169 yards and three touchdowns in leading the Chiefs to a 30-8 victory over the Green Bay Packers in their preseason finale. And while he was mostly going against fellow third-teamers, the performance was enough to leave Kansas City buzzing. "He has a live arm, man. He's not scared to go make big plays," Chiefs cornerback Brandon Flowers said. "He just has the eye of a tiger. The game's not too big for him." Who would have thought anybody would be dishing out such praise four months ago? Bray was considered a second- or third-round pick by folks who make their living by predicting such things. That's one of the reasons he left school a year early. But over three frustrating days — seven agonizing rounds — Bray was passed over by every team in the NFL. Not one of the 32 was willing to spend a draft pick on him. It was embarrassing. Humbling. Front-office officials privately pointed to a slew of off-the-field issues at Tennessee that called Bray's maturity into question. He may have had a big right arm, they whispered, but did he have the mental makeup to make it as a professional? So far, the answer has been a resounding yes. Bray routinely stuck around after practice throughout training camp to squeeze in extra work with the Chiefs' wide receivers. He asked so many questions of starters Alex Smith and backup Chase Daniel that they were left exhausted. He's been trying to absorb everything that Chiefs coach Andy Reid and offensive coordinator Doug Pederson can pass along as they prepare for the season. "Does he have room to grow? Absolutely. That's what's exciting about the whole thing," Reid said Friday. "We'll see how he does as time goes on here. He handled what we threw at him last night. He executed well and had a little knack for throwing the football." That much was never in question. Bray was a high-profile recruit when he committed to Tennessee — one of his guides on his visit in high school was Chiefs safety Eric Berry. He threw for more than 1,800 yards as a freshman, put up comparable numbers as a sophomore, and then threw for 3,612 and 34 touchdowns his junior year. With a weak draft class at quarterback, Bray thought that he'd be picked in the first couple of rounds. He never realized how much value the NFL places on character these days. The Chiefs knew that his raw ability was worth taking a chance on, though, so they called him almost immediately after the draft. They weren't alone. But the Chiefs won the bidding for the rookie free agent, and Bray reported to the Chiefs this past spring with a positive attitude. He quickly moved up the depth chart past Ricky Stanzi, who has since been cut, and is barking on the heels of Daniel, who struggled most of the preseason. And while it'll be hard for Bray take over the No. 2 job given his experience, nothing seems impossible right now. "I already knew how he can throw. I knew how he can compete. I knew he could make plays. I just wanted to see him showcase it out here," Berry said. "I've been talking about him since he got here. I always thought he was a good pickup." In a sign of how much he's matured, Bray downplayed his stellar outing against Green Bay. He reminded a gaggle of reporters who gathered around him in the Chiefs locker room that he was going against third- and fourth-teamers, and that he hasn't proven anything yet in the NFL. "I'm not going out there like Alex playing the 1s, or Chase playing the 2s," he said. "It was good to get some reps because I'm probably not going to get many down the road here." NOTES: Reid confirmed that OG Ricky Henry will require surgery after rupturing his bicep against the Packers. ... Reid and Packers GM John Dorsey planned to meet Friday before deciding on the final roster. The Chiefs must reach the 53-man limit by Saturday afternoon. ... LB Nico Johnson continues to recover from a high ankle sprain. Reid wouldn't say whether he'll be out for the season opener Sept. 8 at Jacksonville.
Aug 26, 2013
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — It's finally time for Clowney season.For the next four months or so, college football's focus will be locked onto Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina's fearsome, 6-foot-6, 274-pound defensive end."I know he's ready to get things going," said Chaz Sutton, the Gamecocks' other defensive end. "We all are."The anticipation for Clowney's year began last New Year's when he...
At last, it's Clowney season
PETE IACOBELLI, Associated Press | Aug 26, 2013COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — It's finally time for Clowney season. For the next four months or so, college football's focus will be locked onto Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina's fearsome, 6-foot-6, 274-pound defensive end. "I know he's ready to get things going," said Chaz Sutton, the Gamecocks' other defensive end. "We all are." The anticipation for Clowney's year began last New Year's when he dislodged the helmet of Michigan runner Vincent Smith at the Outback Bowl, sending it flying like a champagne cork. His final year starts Thursday night — "Clowney we treat him like a senior. He's leaving," South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier says — when the sixth-ranked Gamecocks open the season against North Carolina at Williams-Brice Stadium. Clowney's been lowkey since the Gamecocks opened camp per Spurrier's orders, yet has continued pushing himself in workouts for a strong college finish. Spurrier glanced over Saturday at the end of workouts and saw Clowney leading the way in wind sprints. "So I said, 'That's a good sign when he's leading the pack of linemen over and back,'" Spurrier said. "So I think he's ready to go and our team's ready to go." That's very bad news for opposing quarterbacks. Clowney put up 13 sacks last year and stands eight away from the Gamecocks' all-time mark of 29 set by Eric Norwood. Clowney's skills were evident in high school and he's only improved in college. He ran a 4.46-second 40-yard dash time this summer after getting challenged by South Carolina defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward to improve his conditioning so he could be more consistent on the field. Talk to any coach or player who had to prepare for Clowney and they don't share Ward's worries. Georgia coach Mark Richt called Clowney the best football player in the world. North Carolina coach Larry Fedora said Clowney's the most difficult defender he ever prepared for, even surpassing ex-NFL star Brian Urlacher. Clowney "plays at a different speed than other guys because he is faster than other guys, and he plays hard," Fedorda said. "I'm trying to remember which game it was where I saw them hand the ball off to the back on a sweep, and he broke and I think Clowney caught him about 25 yards down the field." James Hurst, the Tar Heels left tackle who'll match up against Clowney, has spent the offseason watching film and still isn't sure there are any weaknesses in his game. "I just think it's rare to find a guy with such speed and power," Hurst said. "The plays that he does make are game changing. It's rare that you see that." Clowney continues to wow his teammates, too. He and teammate Gerald Dixon overturned a tackling sled at one of the Gamecocks early summer practices. At a Aug. 17 scrimmage, South Carolina offensive lineman couldn't keep Clowney off quarterback Connor Shaw in two series. "We act like we didn't even try to block Clowney," a frustrated Spurrier said after the session. "Maybe we're afraid to block him, I don't know. Hopefully, he's that good but I've seen other people block him." Hurst and his North Carolina linemates get the first chance to try. Tar Heels offensive coordinator Blake Anderson won't change his offense scheme to concentrate on Clowney and his amazing first step. It'll be up to everyone on the offense to do their jobs, make plays and keep moving the ball despite the pressure Clowney's likely to apply. Clowney typically makes his mark at the game's biggest juncture. As a freshman his sack and strip of Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray led to a Gamecocks defensive touchdown that proved the difference in a 45-42 victory. Last year, Clowney sacked Tyler Bray and caused a fumble with the Vols driving for a go-ahead score late in South Carolina's win. And, of course, there was "The Hit" at the Outback Bowl where Clowney shook off a strong game-long effort by Michigan lineman Taylor Lewan to regain the ball for the Gamecocks on the way to victory. Count on Clowney getting his share of sacks and tackles, too, Anderson says. "You didn't shut Michael jordan down when he played," Anderson said. "He was going to score some points. You don't shut LeBron James down when they play. So (Clowney is ) that kind of a guy, he's that caliber of player." ___ AP Sports Writer Aaron Beard contributed to this story from Chapel Hill, N.C.