Westmoore senior principal Brian Fitzgerald a candidate to replace Carl Franks as district AD. Jeremy Stark a candidate to take over as head football coach at Southmoore.
High school notebook: Moore board to name district athletic director, Southmoore coach
By Jacob Unruh | Jun 29, 2014
The Moore Board of Education will discuss and take action regarding naming a new district athletic director and Southmoore football coach during Monday night’s special meeting.
Former Moore athletic director Carl Franks was recently reassigned within the district. The agenda says the board is considering Brian Fitzgerald, the senior principal at Westmoore, to replace Franks.
Also, the board will consider the promotion of Southmoore defensive coordinator Jeremy Stark to head coach, replacing Jeff Brickman.
The board will also vote on naming former Crooked Oak soccer coach Mike Fadum the new boys soccer coach at Moore.
KRALIK NAMED CAPITOL HILL COACH
Longtime Blanchard boys basketball coach William Kralik has been named the coach at Capitol Hill.
Kralik spent the past 10 years with the Lions, going 129-127.
Kralik, a U.S. Grant alumnus, also led the Lions to 22-win seasons in 2009 and 2013.
Capitol Hill went 6-12 last season, losing to Carl Albert in the Class 5A regionals.
EDMOND NORTH’S OLSEN PICKS UP FIRST OFFER
Edmond North’s Abby Olsen picked up her first scholarship offer last week when Brigham Young University offered the sophomore guard.
Olsen picked up the offer at an elite camp.
A freshman last season, Olsen joins standouts Ana Llanusa of Choctaw, Bethany Franks of Norman and Jo’Nah Johnson of Edmond Santa Fe with Division I offers in the 2017 class.
Wilson, who guided the Class 6A Millers to the playoffs for five consecutive seasons, is taking similar position at 4A Cleveland High in northeastern Oklahoma.
High schools: Todd Wilson resigns as Yukon football coach
By Scott Wright and Jacob Unruh | Apr 7, 2014
Having taken Yukon’s football program to the playoffs for five straight seasons, coach Todd Wilson appears to be moving on to his next challenge.
After nine seasons with the Millers, Wilson is expected to bey named the coach at Class 4A Cleveland this week.
Yukon athletic director David Fisher is beginning the search process to replace Wilson.
“Coaching in 6A Division I is a tough task, so we would like to find someone with previous head coaching experience,” Fisher said. “And Todd was my assistant athletic director, so we’ll need someone who can fill that role as well.”
Cleveland, located in northeastern Oklahoma, was 5-6 last season.
Yukon hadn’t been to the playoffs in 13 years when Wilson guided the Millers to the postseason in 2009. Edmond North and Yukon are the only Class 6A schools on the west side of the state to make the playoffs each of the last five seasons.
FISHER RESIGNS AT MOUNT ST. MARY
Mount St. Mary boys basketball coach Andy Fisher resigned over the weekend to pursue other opportunities, he told The Oklahoman.
Fisher spent the past two seasons with the Rockets after spending seven years as an assistant coach at McGuinness, where he coached the forwards and developed a special relationship with current NBA player Daniel Orton.
“I’m going to pursue some other basketball opportunities and maybe some opportunities outside of basketball as well,” Fisher said.
Fisher said his family situation has changed since taking the job. He and his wife Monica had one son when he took the job, but they have since added another son to the mix.
Fisher’s hope is to coach collegiately and advance from there.
“This was my first job,” he said. “I plan on working towards college, NBA. I want to coach the best and be at the best level, so those are things I’m trying to go to.”
Mount St. Mary went 7-19 last season, but Fisher said the team returns three starters next season.
EDMOND WINS MAYOR’S CUP
Edmond took home the Mayor’s Cup on Saturday, winning two of the three baseball games at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark between the three Edmond schools and three Moore schools.
Edmond locked up the event with two wins to start the day, including a dramatic 5-4 win by Edmond Memorial over Southmoore.
Edmond North also beat Moore 10-5, while Westmoore salvaged the lone victory for a Moore school with a 14-4 win against Edmond Santa Fe.
The title was clinched in dramatic fashion with Memorial’s Reece Garvie was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth, scoring Jared Jones to win the game.
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Oklahoma high school sports signing list: Feb. 8, 2014
Feb 8, 2014
Hunter Aguirre, Westmoore (Cowley County)
Jordan Boyer, Deer Creek (Wichita State)
Jenner Brown, Bethany (SNU)
Caleb Caldwell, Edmond North (Tabor)
Brian Canfield, Bishop McGuinness (Newman)
Patton Collie, Deer Creek (Colorado School of Mines)
Austin Cranford, Norman North (Connors State)
Garrett Degelos, Southmoore (Coffeyville)
Jake Dyer, Westmoore (Ft. Scott CC)
Caleb Eldridge, Deer Creek (OSU)
Josh Garbrecht, Edmond North (Redlands)
Aaron Garner, Edmond North (Oklahoma Wesleyan)
Colton Huggard, Southmoore (Connors St.)
Ty Jackson, Southmoore (Midland)
Bradley Kinsey, Norman North (Wichita State)
Gavin LaValley, Carl Albert (OU)
Joe Lytle, Yukon (OCU)
Mitch Malherbe, Bishop McGuinness (Barton CC)
Conner Mangham, Pocola (Connors St.)
Justin McGregor, Carl Albert (Cowley County)
Joe Nostrand, Norman North (Frank Phillips)
Blake Owen, Blanchard (Arkansas Tech)
Paul Reed, Norman (Pomona College)
Luke Reynolds, Edmond North (Butler County)
Reed Roberts, Guthrie (Harding)
Dalton Tillison, Dale (Seminole St.)
Quin Walbergh, Edmond Santa Fe (OU)
Reid Wall, Byng (OSU)
Cameron Warren, Carl Albert (OU)
Hunter Wilson, Spiro (Stephen F. Austin)
Chauncey Collins, OKC Storm (TCU)
Stephen Edwards, Putnam City West (Santa Clara)
Omega Harris, Putnam City West (UTEP)
Collin Jennings, Harrah (UMKC)
Jace Kerr, Forgan (UCO)
Mitch Solomon, Bixby (OSU)
Jasauen Beard, Midwest City (Oral Roberts)
Kaely Bond, Mount St. Mary (American)
Katy Custer, Dickson (OBU)
Jordan Gilbert, Carl Albert (Oral Roberts)
Miranda Griffin, Ketchum (NSU)
Tamara Lee, Edmond Santa Fe (Denver)
Jayden Oliver, Putnam City (Oral Roberts)
Chandler Roof, Weatherford (UMKC)
Erika Wakefield, Heritage Hall (Tulsa)
LaNesia Williams, Northeast (OU)
Karlie Hamman, Edmond Santa Fe (William Jewell)
Emily Hart, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU)
Erin Hart, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU)
Grey Howard, Edmond Memorial (Tulsa)
Ainsley Ibison, Broken Arrow (OC)
Abbey Mace, Norman North (OU)
Kambre Major, Millwood (Missouri Baptist)
Katherine Muegge, Deer Creek-Lamont (OBU)
Kevin Roddy, Duncan (Virginia)
Stephen Snider, Edmond Santa Fe (William Jewell)
Belle Wallace, Norman North (OU)
Michaela Werner, Grove (OCU)
Jalen Adams, Southmoore (North Texas)
Gyasi Akem, Broken Arrow (OSU)
Ashton Antwine, Edmond Memorial (NEO)
John Ashcraft, Southmoore (NEO)
Fre'Darian Ashley, Northwest Classen (NEO)
Keaton Baggs, Broken Arrow (La.-Monroe)
Nick Basquine, Norman North (OU)*
Trenton Ball, Carl Albert (Emporia St.)
Cameron Batson, Millwood (Texas Tech)
Ty-Chris Beasley, Muskogee (NWOSU)
Kevin Bell, Lawton (NSU)
Tyler Bess, Hollis (Langston)
Tre Betts, Sand Springs (Missouri St.)
Tyrone Beverly, Lawton Eisenhower (Langston)
Trevor Blassingame, Guthrie (UCO)
Dominic Blue, Muldrow (SWOSU)
Samuel Bond, Madill, (UCO)
Cameron Booty, Jenks (NEO)
Tyler Bowling, Yukon (Tulsa)
Rashaad Boyd, Putnam City West (Langston)
Jordan Brailford, Tulsa Washington (OSU)
D'Angelo Brewer, Tulsa Central (Tulsa)
Anthony Bryant, Southeast (SNU)
Trey Buckner, Kingfisher (OBU)
Madison Bunch, Roland (SNU)
Thor Burnside, Oologah (NEO)
Darrius Burris, Piedmont (NEO)
Tristan Butcher, Coweta (UCO)
Beau Butler, Midwest City (Wesleyan University)
Kai Callins, Guthrie (Emporia St.)
Mason Camp, Enid (Baker)
Patrick Cantrell, Beggs (NWOSU)
Cody Carnes, Alex (NWOSU)
Nigel Carter, Tulsa McLain (Tulsa)
Zac Cater, Durant (NEO)*
D.C. Chance, Commerce (NEO)
Adim Chukwurah, Norman North (UCO)
Montana Clark, Tuttle (NEO)
Sam Clemens, Enid (Baker)
Emmanuel Cole, Millwood (OBU)
Drew Cook, Casady (Emporia St.)
David Cornwell, Norman North (Alabama)
John Custar, Sharon-Mutual (OBU)
Jalan Daniels, Blanchard (NEO)
R.J. Dantzler, Southmoore (Panhandle St.)
Cole Darnell, Edmond Memorial/OSU (OBU)
Ronnie Davis, Midwest City/NEO (Kansas)
Matt Day, Westmoore (ECU)
Jakcob Dean, Norman (Arkansas Tech)
Mike'Quan Deane, Tulsa Memorial (NEO)
Robbie Decker, Elk City (Henderson St.)
Quincy Dotson, Millwood (NSU)
Andre Dowuona-Hammond, Yukon (OSU)*
Malik Earl, Edmond Santa Fe (Missouri St.)
Frankie Edwards, Mustang (OBU)
Lawrence Evitt, Wagoner (UCO)
Josh Farley, Norman (NSU)
Michael Farmer, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO)
T.J. Filer, Chickasha (NEO)
Hadyn Ford, Wagoner (UCO)
Cooper Free, Sharon-Mutual (SWOSU)
Trayvon Gamble, Edmond Memorial (Langston)
Max Gillett, Norman (William and Mary)*
Matt Giroux, Yukon (Tabor)
Janari Glover, Millwood (Western Illinois)
Diesen Gorham, Perkins (Emporia St.)
Karson Green, Madill (NEO)
Jessie Gregory, Tuttle (NEO)
Anthony Grimes, Norman (Hastings)
Aaron Guess, Prague (NWOSU)
Blake Gunn, Casady (Pomona College)
Noah Hammons, Westmoore (UCO)
Cameron Hanan, Plainview (ECU)
Justice Hansen, Edmond Santa Fe (OU)
Dylan Harding, Jenks (OSU)
Kieron Hardrick, Westmoore (SEOSU)
Cade Harkins, McAlester (SNU)
Bryan Hartfield, Midwest City (NEO)
Tre Harvey, Catoosa (ECU)
Hunter Hasen, Barnsdall (Langston)
Dakota Haynes, Southmoore (Doane)
Riley Hess, Alva (NWOSU)
Tristan Hill, Mustang (Georgia Southern)
Daavon Hilley, Tulsa East Central (Langston)
Stephen Hocker, Enid (Emporia St.)
Matt Hockett, Norman (OSU)*
Eli Hooks, Deer Creek (UCO)
Ty Hooper, Alva (NWOSU)
Jordan Huff, Midwest City (Southwestern, Kan.)
Armando Ibarra, Tulsa Washington (Langston)
Dallas Jackson, Meeker (NWOSU)
Mack Jensen, Casady (OBU)
Tazden Jevons, Dibble (NSU)
Laquan Johnson, Del City (Langston)
Louden Johnson, Wayne (ECU)
Trey Johnson, Hugo (NEO)
Corben Jones, Yukon/Emporia St. (SWOSU)
Brandon Jones, Midwest City (NSU)
Johnny Jones, Douglass (UCO)
Miles Jones, Edmond North (Briarcliff)
Quinzell Jones, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO)*
Wyatt Jones, Sulphur (ECU)
Robert Jordan, Yukon (Tabor)
Taber Jordan, Plainview (OBU)
Blake Kalman, Bethany (UCO)
Micah Kee, Woodward (NWOSU)
Ryland Ketchum, Alex (NWOSU)
Coleman Key, Broken Arrow (Colorado State)
Cory Keyes, Southmoore (Missouri Southern)
Connor Kinsey, Midwest City (Southwestern, Kan.)
Chris Klick, Cherokee (SWOSU)
JaVone Knox, Putnam City (SNU)
Larry Lambeth, Millwood (Panhandle St.)
Camron Large, Ada (ECU)
Grant Lee, Clinton (NWOSU)
Andrew Lesnick, Ponca City (NWOSU)
Wiley Lester, Putnam City (NEO)
Alex Lewis, Broken Arrow (OBU)
Billy Lewis, Durant (NEO)*
Jacob Lewis, Bishop McGuinness (Princeton)
Colton Lindsey, Christian Heritage (UCO)
Austin Link, Tuttle (NEO)
Boyea Lockett, Tulsa Union/Illinois (OBU)
Bishop Louie, Tulsa McLain (Tulsa)
Jaylen Lowe, Owasso (NEO)
Noble Lybrand, Bethany (ECU)
Kameron Lyons, Millwood (Panhandle St.)
Austin Mack, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO)
Austin Madison, Oologah (SNU)
Anthony Mason, Del City (NEO)*
Zac Maynard, Davis/NEO (SWOSU)
Bailey McKay, Claremore (SWOSU)
Corneilus McKiver, Centennial (NEO)
Gary McKnight Jr., Lawton MacArthur (NEO)
Devin McLelland, Midwest City (Southwestern, Kan.)
Ace McMahan, Ringling (SWOSU)
Alfonzo McMillian, Millwood (Sam Houston St.)
Jacob McMullen, Choctaw (NEO)
John McQueen, Claremore (NEO)
Jeffrey Mead, Tulsa Union (OU)
Seth Mead, Woodward (NWOSU)
Carson Meier, Tulsa Union (OU)
Gage Meisinger, Claremore (OBU)
Bradyn Meyer, Yukon (Baker)
Chandler Miller, Bixby (Tulsa)
Nick Mills, Tuttle (NEO)
Jordan Mitchell, Owasso (Tulsa)
Trevor Mitchem, Spiro (NEO)
Michael Moana, Lawton Eisenhower (Houston)
Tyler Moniz, Sequoyah-Claremore
Mildren Montgomery, Douglass (Tulsa)
Daniel Moore, Duncan (Henderson St.)
Khalil Moore, John Marshall (NEO)
Trevor Moore, Edmond North (North Texas)
Zack Moore, Kingfisher (SWOSU)
Cole Moos, Broken Arrow (NEO)*
Luis Morales, Guthrie (Langston)
Dawson Myers, Cushing/NEO (OBU)
Quentin Nails, Tulsa McLain (NEO)
Landon Nault, Kingfisher (Emporia St.)
Joe Neece, Cashion (Emporia St.)
John Cole Neph, Owasso (OSU)*
Jose Ochoa, Alex (NWOSU)
Cameron Oliver, Owasso (UT-San Antonio)
Brendan O'Steen, Seminole (NEO)
Jacob Overton, Minco (OBU)
Zak Owen, Blanchard (NEO)
Cade Parker, Norman (OU)*
Steven Parker, Jenks (OU)
Logan Parks, Yukon (NEO)
Cade Pfleider, Avla (NWOSU)
Caden Pratt, McAlester (SEOSU)
Christian Preston, Savanna (SEOSU)
Stephen Price, Empire (SNU)
Payton Prince, Norman North (Tulsa)
Ryan Rackley, Sulphur (ECU)
Wyatt Rathjen, Miami (NEO)
Kale Reed, Comanche (SNU)
Shaliamere Rentie, Beggs (NEO)
Keishawn Richardson, Putnam City/NEO (West Virginia)
Cole Ridgway, Norman (NSU)
Korie Robinson, Lawton MacArthur (NEO)
Sinue Rodriguez, Sallisaw (NEO)
Sam Rolle, Edmond Memorial (Hastings)
Tyquae Russell, Midwest City (NEO)
Caden Sander, Deer Creek (OU)*
A.J. Sanders, Elk City (Panhandle St.)
John Sasser, Perkins (SEOSU)
David Seagle, Cascia Hall (UCO)
Dallas Sealey, Lawton (Abilene Christian)
Myykhail Shaw, Lawton (NEO)
Isaiah Shawver, Carl Albert (Hastings)
Tyler Sipe, Norman North (UCO)
Akii Smith, Stilwell/NEO (North Texas)
Devion Smith, John Marshall (NEO)
Dillon Smith, Meeker (SEOSU)
Jalen Smith, Tulsa Memorial (NEO)
Janson Smith, Tulsa Union (NEO)
Jarome Smith, McAlester (SEOSU)
Jeremy Smith, Berryhill (Tulsa)
Marguess Smith, Southeast (NEO)
Myles Smith, Broken Arrow (SNU)
Trey Smith, Guthrie (Langston)
Nathan Sosa, Christian Heritage (OBU)
Jacob Spady, Hinton (SNU)
Pierce Spead, Southmoore (NEO)
Jordan Stafford, Hugo (UCO)
Dalton Stout, Bethany (Southwestern, Kan.)
Ross Stovall, Tulsa Washington (NEO)
Braden Stringer, Blanchard (Arkansas Tech)
Payton Striplin, Little Axe (Langston)
Carter Swanson, Ardmore (Garden City CC)
Trent Taber, Jenks (OSU)*
Lindell Tate, Edmond North (OU)*
Myles Tease, Tulsa Washington (UCO)
Justin Tharp, Thomas (SWOSU)
Devon Thomas, Broken Arrow (OSU)
Ivan Thomas, Lawton (OSU)*
Stevie Thompson, Carl Albert (Pitt St.)
Devin Thornburg, Alex (NWOSU)
Quintonio Tolon, Broken Arrow (NEO)*
Clay Trotter, Mustang (SW Assemblies of God)
Trey Tully, Plainview (OBU)
Houston Tyler, Southmoore (The Citadel)
Rowdy Votaw, Madill (NEO)
Jaelon Walker, Southmoore (UCO)
Malik Walker, Spiro (NEO)
Cody Ward, Hartshorne (SWOSU)
Khalil Warren, Del City (NEO)
Michael Warren, Lawton (Iowa State)
Ty Watkins, Westmoore (NEO)
Caleb Webster, Claremore (NWOSU)
Eric Weed, Putnam City (SNU)
Jordan Weltzheimer, Edmond Memorial (Air Force)
Cameron Westbrook, Edmond Santa Fe (NEO)
Papi White, Seminole (Ohio)
Xavier Whitehead, Mustang (Langston)
Kelby Wickline, Stillwater (UT-San Antonio)
Terrell Williams, Lawton (NEO)
Jonathan Willis, Tulsa Washington (Oregon St.)
Dolee Wolf, Beggs (NEO)
Conner Wood, Owasso (NEO)
Skyler Wood, Nowata (UCO)
Chantz Woodberry, Carl Albert (SWOSU)
Ryan Woolman, Locust Grove (NSU)
Trey Wormington, Norman North (UCO)
Colton Wright, Tahlequah (SWOSU)
Dakota Young, Lawton Eisenhower (NWOSU)
Emma Allen, Tulsa Union (OCU)
Lexi Armon, Owasso (NSU)
Jacob Bishop, Edmond Memorial (Wichita State)
Trent Evans, Edmond Memorial (Kansas State)
Talor Fisher, Bethel (Arizona Christian)
Emily Folsom, Deer Creek (SWOSU)
Nick Heinen, Edmond North (OSU)
Matthew Henry, Pauls Valley (ECU)
Madison Herron, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU)
Alexander Hughes, Tulsa Edison (UCO)
Sam Humphreys, Edmond North (Tulsa)
Drew Ison, Edmond Santa Fe (Drake)
Ashley Moore, Edmond Santa Fe (SNU)
Kaylee Neff, Mustang (Redlands)
Casey Paul, Owasso (Tulsa)
Griffin Pierce, Edmond North (OU)
Zac Schaefer, Oklahoma Christian (OC)
Marla Souvannasing, Tulsa Union (UCO)
Ty Tamura, Edmond Memorial (OC)
Cody Troutman, Edmond Santa Fe (UCO
Hannah Ward, Poteau (Arkansas-Little Rock)
Emilee White, Comanche (SNU)
Ariel Wixson, Jenks (Rogers State)
Hayden Wood, Edmond North (OSU)
Daniel Echevarria, Cascia Hall (Wichita State)
Sam Heaton, Edmond North (Lindenwood)
Jake Hobbs, Edmond North (Lindenwood)
Charlotte McMeekin, Classen SAS (Princeton)
Hannah Naylor, Edmond Memorial (OU)
Rachel Parks, Classen SAS (Tulsa)
Cody Shafer, Tulsa Union (OCU)
Madison Wilfong, Washington (UCO)
Clay Collier, Edmond North (OC)
Josue Depaz, Putnam City West (OBU)
Tyler Hatfield, Norman North (Harding)
Zac Medawattage, Edmond North (Eastern Illinois)
Alex Mullet, Edmond North (Midwestern St., Iowa)
Keaton Van Eck, Norman North (Dallas)
Anna Beffer, Tulsa Union (OSU)
Abby Bright, Edmond North (OSU)*
Olivia Butler, Putnam City West (SWOSU)
Lexi Carroll, Norman North (UCO)
Amanda Dial, Edmond Memorial (ORU)
Lana Duke, Edmond Memorial (OSU)*
Courtney Essary, Carl Albert (UCO)
Hannah Frogge, McGuinness (UC-Santa Barbara)
Hannah Hover, Edmond Santa Fe (Ouachita Baptist)
Bri Kuestersteffen, Norman North (Alabama-Birmingham)
Mikayla Lowery, Deer Creek (OBU)
Mackenzie Marquardt, Norman North (OC)
Kayle Moore, Southmoore (USAO)
Kali Newman, Norman North (OU)
Hannah Robinson, Southmoore (SNU)
Simone Ryan, Norman North (UCO)
Sheridan Spelman, Norman North (Lindenwood)
Victoria VanHootegem, Norman North (Florida Atlantic)
Kelsey Arnold, Holland Hall (OU)
K.C. Beardsley, Southmoore (Ft. Scott)
Sheridan Bond, Edmond North (OC)
Kelsey Bortvit, Carl Albert (USAO)
Katelyn Brown, Southmoore (SNU)
Riley Brown, Bethany (Lipscomb)
Kasey Jo Burgess, Sand Springs (OBU)
Shelby Carel, Tuttle (UCO)
Mallory Collins, Sand Springs (OSU)
Bre Davis, Piedmont (UCO)
Ashli Hafford, Blanchard (East Central)
Macey Hatfield, Lindsay/Seminole State (OU)
Morgan Heard, Carl Albert (UCO)
Morgan Hildebrandt, Lincoln Christian (Central Christian, Kan.)
Heather Jones, Norman (Oklahoma Wesleyan)
Kaitlyn Kromer, Putnam City North (SWOSU)
Destinie Lookout, Westmoore (OU)
Shayla Lucas, Westmoore (USAO)
Kierra McFadden, Bethany (Oklahoma Wesleyan)
Abby Meador, Carl Albert (OCU)
Lauren Miller, Blanchard (East Central)
Kate Myers, Jenks (Tulsa)
Madison Norkyke, Edmond North (OC)
Randee O'Donnell, Tahlequah (OSU)
Amy Reynolds, Putnam City North (Rose St.)
Shelby Robinett, Tuttle (SW Christian)
Michael Rowlen, Jones (Des Moines CC)
Kecia Sharp, Mount St. Mary (Robert Morris)
Michaela Smith, Norman North (UT-Dallas)
Kourtney Tanner, Edmond North (UCO)
Katie Ventress, Bethany (Rose St.)
Krista Waggoner, Carl Albert (West Virginia Wesleyan)
Taylor Watham, Blanchard/Cowley (NWOSU)
Emily Watson, Deer Creek (Tulsa)
MacKenzie Wright, Carl Albert (Wichita State)
Reid Hibbs, Southmoore (Towson)
Jessi Hildebrand, Newcastle (Evansville)
Kasey Rein, Piedmont (Evansville)
Emily Faulkner, Casady (Harding)
David Hager, Edmond North (Davidson)
Annie Hayes, Edmond North (UM-St. Louis)
Spencer Papa, Edmond North (Tulsa)
Easton Parker, Bixby (NSU)
McKayla Benner, Norman North (SNU)
Dani Chase, Yukon (SNU)
Kate Decker, Edmond North (OBU)
Madison McClure, Mustang (SW Assemblies of God)
Kenzie McMullen, Edmond North (OCU)
Micayla Payne, Southmoore (Hillsdale)
Holly Randall, Edmond North (OCU)
Kamille Smith, Midwest City (Bellevue)
Taylor Turner, Deer Creek (ECU)
Andrew Dixon, Edmond North (OU)
Joel Dixon, Edmond North (OU)
Lance Dixon, Edmond North (OU)
Nathan Marek, Southmoore (OU)
Derek White, Edmond North (Nebraska)
*-Will walk on
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A story on Moore youth football is scheduled to run Dec. 8 on CBS' national pregame show. Cowher is currently an analyst on the show.
Pro football: Former Steelers coach Bill Cowher visits Moore, holds clinic
BY MIKE BALDWIN, Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org | Nov 20, 2013
MOORE — Super Bowl-winning coach Bill Cowher conducting a clinic Wednesday night at Southmoore High School was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the Moore Pirates and OKC Wolfpack.
Todd Noel, an IT project manager for the Veteran's Administration, coaches the Moore Pirates, a team of 11-year-old boys. Noel submitted a nomination to the CoachMeCowher contest.
“This is so great,” Noel said. “This is the last year these kids are together before they go to junior high. To have someone like Coach Cowher come coach our final practice is extremely special. They talked about it on CBS. Shannon Sharpe joked he'd come play running back for us.”
The Moore youth football story is scheduled to run Dec. 8 on CBS' national pregame show. Cowher is an analyst on the show alongside Dan Marino, Boomer Esiason and Sharpe. The Pirates were chosen from among nearly 200 entries.
Cowher, an advisory committee member for USA HeadsUp Football, said teaching fundamentals like how to tackle without using your head is critical in football's pursuit to minimize concussions.
“There's been a lot talk about football and safety issues,” Cowher said. “My big thing is the benefits far outweigh the risks. We're trying to give a young man life lessons — sacrifice, commitment, team work, self confidence, self esteem. That's what this sport does for kids.”
Former OU quarterback Charles Thompson is the father of Sooners quarterback Kendal Thompson, who played at Southmoore. Charles Thompson is actively involved in USA HeadsUp Football, a national program that teaches safety.
Charles Thompson was the tour guide for the Super Bowl XV-winning coach and the CBS film crew that toured Moore Wednesday afternoon. Stops included Southmoore and Moore high schools.
Southmoore football coach Jeff Brickman told the former Pittsburgh Steelers coach details of the EF5 tornado on May 20 that carved a mile-wide path in Moore. He told Cowher that 22 Southmoore players lost their homes. Brickman provided details of donations and the community's drive to rebuild.
“Six months later, this shows how much people still care about what happened here,” Brickman said. “To meet Coach Cowher is big-time. He's one of the all-timers, a Hall of Fame coach.”
Charlie Bloom, the CBS producer in charge of the project, specializes in features from the NCAA Basketball Tournament, college football and the NFL.
“This story in Moore, there is definitely something very special,” Bloom said. “When you see a community like this rally the way they have, it's a story that tells itself. I'm really excited. I hope we can portray the emotion of what's happened here. What this community has done is amazing.”
Cowher, 56, retired seven years ago after he compiled 149 wins in 15 years with the Steelers. He grew up in a small town, Crafton, Pa., and played at North Carolina State. Cowher was an undrafted linebacker who played six years in the NFL.
Cowher said Wednesday's session with 40 sixth-grade kids from the tornado ravaged community is something he's been looking forward to.
“With HeadsUp Football, our No. 1 thing is to know what to look for when dealing with concussions,” Cowher said. “Second, make sure they have proper equipment. Fitting is very, very important. Third, we need to certify coaches, make sure we have coaches that teach the correct techniques.
“Things you learn in the game of football transcend into life, being successful in life. Is there risk playing football? Yes. But there's risk in life. What this sport does for kids is immeasurable.”
The Oklahoman's staff and others provided coverage of Friday's games, including Deer Creek-Guthrie, Norman-Edmond Santa Fe and Edmond Memorial-Southmoore.
Recap: Friday's Week 8 high school football games
Oct 25, 2013
@jacobunruh 7:02 p.m. Want to follow all of our live #OKPreps coverage tonight? Click here newsok.com/article/3897580
@ScottWrightOK 7:03 p.m. Ed Santa Fe will kick to Norman to start this one out #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 7:06 p.m. Tahlequah catches an early break. Brandon Conrad fumbles on an 11yd run, but THS manages to recover in a crowd of Pryor players. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:08 p.m. Norman North goes 3 and out and Panthers will start from own 21. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:10 p.m. PCN also goes 3 and out and punt. NN will have the ball on their own 48. #OKPreps
@jacobunruh 7:12 p.m. Guthrie's first possession stalls. Deer Creek takes over on own 12. #OKPreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:12 p.m. NN once again goes 3 and out and are forced to punt. PCN ball at own 27. #OkPreps
@jacobunruh 7:14 p.m. Three-and-out for Deer Creek. Kai Callins sets Guthrie up with good field position behind 27-yard punt return. #OKPreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 7:15 p.m. Tahlequah punts on its opening possession & Pryor starts on its own 2. #okpreps
@Shadid13 7:15 p.m. Pierce Spead 2-yd TD run finishes off a 14-play opening drive for Southmoore. SaberCats lead Edmond Memorial 7-0. #OKPreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 7:15 p.m. Pryor promptly converts on 2 3rd downs & goes 98 yds for a TD. QB Brennon Barth scores on a 38-yard run. 7-0 Pryor. #okpreps
@Shadid13 7:16 p.m. Southmoore RB Jaelon Walker with nine carries for 60 yards on opening drive. #OKPreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:17 p.m. Chase Sparks finds Cayman Johnson on a wheel route and Johnson finds the end zone. 38yd TD. PCN leads 7-0. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 7:17 p.m. 4:04 left in the 1st quarter, Pryor leads Tahlequah 7-0. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 7:18 p.m. Guthrie's Kai Callins scores on 3-yard TD run out of the Wildcat formation. Guthrie leads Deer Creek 7-0 with 1:48 left in first. #OKPreps
@ScottWrightOK 7:18 p.m. Norman's Ty Smith pounds it in on 4th-and-goal from the 1. Tigers leading Edmond Santa Fe 7-0 with 4:49 left in 1Q #okpreps
@TreyHunter87 7:19 p.m. Sitting in the Jones press box chatting with Sam Steele, former superintendent at Atoka in southeastern Okla. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:19 p.m. Panthers kickoff is put in the corner and NN 5. #OKpreps
@EyeAmTruth 7:22 p.m. Pierce Speed scores 2nd TD for #Southmoore. SaberCats lead Edmond Memorial 14-0. 2:23 left in 1st. #okpreps
@CorbinHosler 7:23 p.m. Putnam City North up early on Norman North. Leading 7-0 with four minutes left in the first quarter. #Okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:23 p.m. Michael Wofford picks off a tipped pass and the Panthers will have the ball at own 36. #OKPreps
@Shadid13 7:23 p.m. After an Edmond Memorial INT, Southmoore drives 37 yards in five plays & Spead scores again, this time for 7 yds. SMoore 14, EM 0. #OKPreps
@jacobunruh 7:24 p.m. Guthrie leads Deer Creek 7-0 after one quarter. #OKPreps
@ScottWrightOK 7:25 p.m. Santa Fe with its second 3-and-out. Norman leading 7-0 #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:28 p.m. Panthers currently have the ball on the NN 31 with 13 seconds in the first. #OkPreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:28 p.m. END OF 1st PC North 7, Norman North 0. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 7:29 p.m. On its next drive, Tahlequah has a 44yd TD pass wiped away by a holding call. Tigers then punted & Pryor takes over at THS' 42. #okpreps
@TreyHunter87 7:31 p.m. View from the press box at Tuttle vs Jones. #okpreps pic.twitter.com/E2VR2maGGe
@pcnorthblogger 7:33 p.m. Sparks on 3rd and long connects with Kaedyn Fuller for a 35 yard TD. With 11:27 in the 2nd PCN leads 14-0. #OKpreps
@CorbinHosler 7:33 p.m. Putnam City North adds another one. 14-0 Putnam City North over Norman North with 11 minutes left in the half. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 7:34 p.m. Guthrie's Kai Callins again scores out of the Wildcat, increasing Bluejays' lead against Deer Creek to 14-0 with 7:38 left in half. #OKPreps
@ScottWrightOK 7:34 p.m. Norman 7, Edmond Santa Fe 0, END 1Q #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:36 p.m. McAlester leads Bishop Kelley 14-3 after 1Q. #okpreps
@CoyoteSports 7:36 p.m. Elgin 7-Weatherford 6 end 1st quarter at Eagle Field. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:36 p.m. PC North leads Norman North 14-0 nearing halftime. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 7:37 p.m. Guthrie's Beau Davis recovers a fumble by Caden Sander. Guthrie takes over on DC 16. #OKPreps
@BR_TimesRecord 7:38 p.m. Poteau caps opening drive with 22-yd TD pass from Jace Pitchford to Jarrett Lowrimore. Pitchford then throws 2-pt pass, 8-0 Pirates #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:38 p.m. Kolar fumbles the ball and Wofford picks up the ball and takes it to the house. PCN leads 21-0 with 10:17 in the second. #OKPreps
@RedTornadoes 7:38 p.m. Clinton 13 Elk City 0 2:19 1st Q #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 7:38 p.m. Pryor picks up a 1st down on 4th & 5 & then scores a 22yd TD by Matt McGouldrick on the next play. Pryor leads 14-0. #okpreps
@CorbinHosler 7:38 p.m. Upset alert here. PC North recovers Norman North fumble and returns it 50 yards for another score. 21-0 PC North over Norman North #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:38 p.m. 4A: Clinton 13, Elk City 0 as first quarter winds down. #okpreps
@michaelswisher 7:39 p.m. Kingfisher 35, Bethel 0 at the merciful end of the first quarter. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 7:39 p.m. 9 minutes left in 2nd quarter, Pryor leads Tahlequah 14-0. #okpreps
@BR_TimesRecord 7:40 p.m. Sallisaw already up 14-0 on Broken Bow less than two minutes in. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 7:41 p.m. Guthrie QB Reed Roberts with a nice 12-yard TD pass to L'liott Curry. Guthrie leads Deer Creek 21-0 with 5:10 left in half. #OKPreps
@TreyHunter87 7:41 p.m. Jesse Gregory takes Tuttle's first snap 45 yards for a TD. Tuttle leads 7-0, 9:17 left in the 1st. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:41 p.m. 3A: Purcell leads Lone Grove 7-0 in the first quarter. #okpreps via @PurcellRegister
@TreyHunter87 7:41 p.m. Scratch that, Tuttle missed the PAT. They lead Jones 6-0. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:43 p.m. Pryor over Tahlequah 14-0, 2Q. #okpreps via @BenJohnsonTDP
@TitanTalkSports 7:44 p.m. Carl Albert leads Guymon 28-0 with 2 minutes remaining in the 1st quarter #OKPreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:44 p.m. Tuttle 7, Jones 0, first quarter. #okpreps via @TreyHunter87
@BR_TimesRecord 7:44 p.m. Poteau gets ball back after a Muldrow punt, Pirates already inside the 10 up 8-0. #okpreps
@Shadid13 7:44 p.m. Edmond Memorial spoils great field position with a missed 31-yd field goal. Southmoore still leading 14-0, 3:32 left in first half. #OKPreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:45 p.m. 6A: Southmoore ahead of Ed. Memorial 14-0 nearing halftime. Follow @Shadid13 for all the game details. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:46 p.m. Seminole leads Bristow 13-0 in the first quarter. #okpreps
@BR_TimesRecord 7:46 p.m. Muldrow stops Poteau on downs inside the 10. Poteau still up 8-0 5:25 1st. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:46 p.m. East: Poteau leads Muldrow 8-0, 1Q. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:47 p.m. PC north still leads 21-0 over Norman North with 7:50 in the 2nd quarter. #OkPreps
@lcjournal 7:48 p.m. Stigler adds a touchdown to go up 14-0 over Heavener #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:48 p.m. Stigler over Heavener 14-0 early. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:49 p.m. McAlester extends lead over Bishop Kelley 21-3, 2Q. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:49 p.m. Norman North turns the ball over on downs. PCN takes over at their own 26. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 7:49 p.m. Facing third-and-2 from Guthrie 20, Deer Creek's Alec James loses 4 yards, Timeout Antlers. #OKPreps
@TreyHunter87 7:49 p.m. Jones' Clayton Simms just capped an 80-yard drive with a 1-yard QB sneak. Great drive for Simms. Jones leads Tuttle 7-6, 5:09 1st. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:50 p.m. Small Schools: Wayne leads Wewoka 7-0. Large Schools: Carl Albert leads Guymon 28-0. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 7:51 p.m. Deer Creek turns the ball over on downs. Caden Sander missed Cole Verble. #OKPreps
@mpinedaARD 7:51 p.m. Purcell grabs early 7-0 lead over Lone Grove #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:52 p.m. PCN can’t make anything out of the next drive. They are forced to punt and NN will start from own 28. #OKpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:53 p.m. Sulphur hosting Madill, 7-7 in the first quarter. #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 7:53 p.m. Penalty kills a long ESF pass to Malik Earl, Wolves have to punt again, nearing 5 min left in half, Norman leading 7-0 #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:54 p.m. Norman leads Ed. Santa Fe 7-0 in the 2nd quarter. Follow @ScottWrightOK for the game details. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 7:55 p.m. Guthrie leads Deer Creek 21-0 at halftime. #OKPreps
@Shadid13 7:55 p.m. At half: Southmoore 14, Edmond Memorial 0. #OKPreps
@TFred23 7:55 p.m. 3:39 2nd McGuinness 21 NW Classen 6 #OKPreps @HSFootballOK @ScottWrightOK
@BR_TimesRecord 7:56 p.m. Poteau builds its lead to 15-0 on Muldrow. Jace Pitchford takes a keeper 64 yards for a TD and adds PAT late in the first quarter. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:56 p.m. 5A: McGuinness leads Northwest 21-6, 2Q. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 7:56 p.m. Deer Creek has 55 total yards of offense in the first half. Three of those are on the ground. #OKPreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 7:56 p.m. 45 seconds left until halftime, Pryor leads Tahlequah 14-0. Tahlequah on Pryor's 13, facing 3rd & 3. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:57 p.m. Poteau 15, Muldrow 0, first quarter. #okpreps
@CorbinHosler 7:57 p.m. Another promising drive for Norman North stalled when the T-Wolves get two 15-yard penalties on one play. #okpreps 21-0 PC North
@jacobunruh 7:57 p.m. Guthrie has 196 total yards of offense. Kai Callins has 73 on the ground. #OKPreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:57 p.m. Purcell extends lead to 10-3 over Lone Grove after 18-yard FG. #okpreps
@BR_TimesRecord 7:57 p.m. Poteau leads Muldrow 15-0 after one. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:57 p.m. Halftime: Enid 13, Owasso 3. #okpreps
@MrReynolds12 7:58 p.m. At the end of the first QRT its 0-0 in the Cascia Hall- Ft. Gibson game! Ft. Gibson driving! #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 7:58 p.m. Tahlequah fumbles the snap & QB David Dick is held to a loss of 1 on a run. Tahlequah now facing 4th & 4 at Pryor's 14. #okpreps
@TreyHunter87 7:58 p.m. Clayton Simms fumbles after a 43-yard run by Colton Story. Tuttle ball. Jones leads 7-6. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 7:58 p.m. TO on the field. Norman North facing 3rd and 37 from own 18 with 4:04 in the 2nd. #OKPreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 7:59 p.m. Tahlequah QB David Dick throws an incomplete pass & Tahlequah turns the ball over on downs. #okpreps
@Shadid13 7:59 p.m. Southmoore RB Jaelon Walker: 20 carries, 116 yards. Edmond Memorial's total offense: 21 plays, 27 yards. #OKPreps
@OKVarsityScores 7:59 p.m. Class 6A No. 1 Jenks leads unranked Muskogee 14-0 in the first quarter. #okpreps
@TreyHunter87 7:59 p.m. Great 1st quarter from Tuttle vs. Jones. Two really good offenses tonight. Jones leads 7-6 after the 1st quarter. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 8:00 p.m. Halftime at the Doc. Pryor leads Tahlequah 14-0. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:00 p.m. Still 1st quarter, Dibble leads Crooked Oak 8-7, #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 8:00 p.m. NN can’t convert and after a bad punt PCN will take over at the NN 43 with 3:21 in the 2nd. #OkPreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:01 p.m. Halftime: Pryor leads Tahlequah 14-0. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:01 p.m. Hobart has an early 6-0 lead over Commanche after one quarter of play. #okpreps via @CBlakeColston
@CorbinHosler 8:01 p.m. Three minutes to go before half, and Putnam City North leads Norman North 21-0. The Panthers have the ball in T-Wolves territory #okpreps
@v_dawg 8:02 p.m. End of 1 Spiro 14 Valliant 0 4:05 in 1st BB 0 SALISAW 14 #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:02 p.m. Mustang 28, Choctaw 7, 2Q. #okpreps via @Derek_Brown_MT
@ftgsports 8:02 p.m. FTG and Cascia no score after 1 qtr. fortgibsontigers.tv #okpreps @KTULNews @NewsOn6 @VYPEOK
@GroveSunSports 8:02 p.m. Brandon Weaver with his 2nd short touchdown run of the night and Jay leads Sequoyah 15-0 #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:03 p.m. East: A couple of 14-0 scores, Sallisaw over Broken Bow & Spiro over Valliant. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:04 p.m. More East: Jay with a 14-0 lead over Sequoyah. Central Sallisaw leads Canadian 21-6. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:05 p.m. Halftime: McAlester 24, Bishop Kelley 3. #okpreps
@WHSJagsFootball 8:05 p.m. End of first. Score still Jags 0- Sapulpa 3. #okpreps
@okprepstv 8:05 p.m. At the half, Coweta leads Grove 14-7. #okpreps okpreps.tv/?p=1028
@pcnorthblogger 8:05 p.m. The panthers go 3 and out and Campbell's punt lands at the NN 5. Timberwolves will have the ball. #okpreps
@WeleetkaOutlaws 8:06 p.m. After 1, Class B: Weleetka 26 Strother 0 @HSFootballOK #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:06 p.m. Class 6A: Sapulpa 3, Westmoore 0 after one quarter of play. #okpreps
@OKCPS_Athletics 8:06 p.m. Halftime- Douglass 7 McCloud 0 #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 8:07 p.m. District 3A-7. RT @bdabney3 Lincoln Christian leads Westville 30-0 with 30 secs left in q1. #okpreps
@MrReynolds12 8:07 p.m. Anyone know why QB Bryson Lee for Westmoore is not playing?? #okpreps
@awathletics 8:08 p.m. End of 1st: Anadarko 14, Piedmont 0. #okpreps
@jmac_21 8:08 p.m. Harrah 15 Ada 3 Halfway through the second quarter. #OkPreps
@BR_TimesRecord 8:08 p.m. Muldrow gets on the board. 23-yard field goal by Chris Anderson cuts Poteau lead to 15-3 9:42 2nd. #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 8:09 p.m. Santa Fe's Torre to Malik Earl to the 4-yard line with :25 left til half, Norman leading 7-0 #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 8:10 p.m. HALFTIME: PC North 21, Norman North 0. #OKpreps
@BR_TimesRecord 8:10 p.m. Just like that, Poteau scores again. Jace Pitchford returns ensuing kickoff 78 yards for a TD. Pirates up 21-3 9:27 2nd. #okpreps
@RJKeil 8:11 p.m. .@RedTornadoes 35 Elk City 13 2nd Qtr. #okpreps
@UnionFootball 8:11 p.m. HALFTIME - Union leads Bartlesville 35-0 #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:11 p.m. Halftime: Lawton Mac leads Altus 27-7. #okpreps via @KVrska7
@TreyHunter87 8:11 p.m. Tuttle's Jeff Jobe connects with Jesse Gregory for a 70-yard TD pass. 2-pt no good. Tigers lead Jones 12-7, 9:14-2nd. #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 8:12 p.m. Michael Farmer takes the option pitch 6 yds for the Santa Fe TD. Ties it up with Norman at 7 with :13 seconds til half. Huge drive #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 8:12 p.m. At the half, Tahlequah has 82 rushing yards. Pryor has 163 yards on 19 carries. #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 8:13 p.m. Class 2A-3A state cross country preview: Jones boys, girls, looking for hardware bit.ly/19FNdY9 #okpreps
@BarryLewisTW 8:13 p.m. Fort Gibson leads Cascia Hall 7-0, 7:47 2Q on J.R. Singleton's 11-yard TD run, but Cascia has 1st down at FG 23. #okpreps
@CorbinHosler 8:14 p.m. Putnam City North leads Norman North 21-0 at halftime. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 8:15 p.m. In the 1st half, Tahlequah had 4 drives end inside Pryor territory. #okpreps
@Derek_Brown_MT 8:15 p.m. Choctaw's Jacob McMullen hits a 50-yd field goal. Mustang leads 35-10, 1:46 2nd qtr. #OKpreps
@GroveSunSports 8:15 p.m. At the half Coweta leads Grove 14-7 #okpreps
@brunk_bob 8:16 p.m. Central 28 Canadian 6 end 1. @BR_TimesRecord @5NEWSBobby @HSFootballOK #okpreps
@TreyHunter87 8:17 p.m. Jones' Ryan Mansell takes a reverse 52 yards for a TD. Jones now leads Tuttle 14-12, 7:21-2nd. This has been a fun game. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 8:17 p.m. Late in the 1st half, Collinsville leads East Central 26-21, via @MikeBrownTW. #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 8:19 p.m. Keep up with all the #okpreps action in our live article newsok.com/article/3897580
@BR_TimesRecord 8:20 p.m. Poteau's Jarrett Lowrimore catches 2nd TD pass from Jace Pitchford, a 15-yarder. Pirates lead Muldrow 28-3 5:17 2nd. #okpreps
@kevininok 8:20 p.m. Fort Gibson 7 Cascia Hall 7 7:12 2Q #okpreps
@HaroldRKuntz3 8:20 p.m. 4:12 to play in the 2nd q... Cascia Hall and Fort Gibson are tied at 7. #okpreps
@KODE_Sports 8:20 p.m. At half Salina leads Commerce 9-6 #okpreps
@Jake_Cribbs 8:20 p.m. Christian Heritage 0 #6 OCS 11 @ Half #okpreps
@TFred23 8:20 p.m. Halftime McGuinness 34 NW Classen 6 #OKPreps @HSFootballOK @ScottWrightOK
@brunk_bob 8:21 p.m. Central Sallisaw 35 Canadian 6 11:27 2nd. @BR_TimesRecord @5NEWSBobby @HSFootballOK #okpreps @ScottWrightOK
@TitanTalkSports 8:21 p.m. Half: Carl Albert 35, Guymon 7 #OKPreps
@Derek_Brown_MT 8:22 p.m. Mustang leads at home against Choctaw 35-10 at halftime. #OKpreps
@awathletics 8:23 p.m. Half: Anadarko 14, Piedmont 0. #okpreps
@TreyHunter87 8:24 p.m. Tuttle facing a 3rd-and-6 from Jones' 39-yard line. Jones leads 14-12, 4:50-2nd. #okpreps
@Shadid13 8:26 p.m. Justin Marcha hits a 42-yard field goal to get Edmond Memorial on the board. Southmoore 14, Edmond Memorial 3 early third. #OKPreps
@jacobunruh 8:26 p.m. About to start the second half here in Deer Creek. Antlers to receive. #OKPreps
@TreyHunter87 8:29 p.m. Clayton Simms hooks up with Levi Fox for a 47-yard TD pass on a streak down the sideline. Jones leads Tuttle 21-12, 3:08-2nd. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 8:29 p.m. Pryor starts the 2nd half with the ball & QB Brennon Barth throws an INT. Picked off by Tahlequah LB Colton Wright. #okpreps
@okprepstv 8:29 p.m. SCORE UPDATE: Fort Gibson vs Cascia Hall tied at 7-7 3:35 left in the 2nd #okpreps okpreps.tv/?p=1048
@ScottWrightOK 8:30 p.m. Courtesy of six Norman sacks in the first half, Santa Fe has minus-35 rushing yards at halftime. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 8:30 p.m. Tahlequah takes over at Pryor's 47 but goes backward. Tahlequah punts & Pryor takes over at its own 20. #okpreps
@jlindseyARD 8:31 p.m. 30-yd touchdown by @Kaleb_Casey. Davis 20, Kingston 7. #okpreps #ARDsports
@jacobunruh 8:32 p.m. Deer Creek's Caden Sander limps off the field with a leg injury. #OKPreps
@TreyHunter87 8:33 p.m. Tuttle trying to stay in it vs. Jones. The Tigers just gained 26 yards on 2 pass plays. 2nd-and-6 from Jones' 31-yard line. #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 8:33 p.m. Conversely, Norman went without a first down in the second quarter. 110 total yards, 93 on the ground #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 8:34 p.m. Santa Fe sophomore Keaton Torre has thrown for 116 yards. Malik Earl has four catches for 78 #okpreps
@jacobunruh 8:34 p.m. Sophomore Jackson Girod in at QB for Deer Creek. #OKPreps
@soonrtillidie 8:34 p.m. Thackerville 20 Arkoma 16 2:00 left in first half. #okpreps
@MrReynolds12 8:35 p.m. At halftime it is Cascia Hall 14 Ft Gibson 7 #okpreps
@TRBar_ 8:35 p.m. Antlers scores with 8 seconds left in the first half! Antlers 16 Pocola 28 #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 8:36 p.m. 2nd half underway here between PCN/NN. PCN will start with the ball at their own 10. #OKPreps
@TreyHunter87 8:36 p.m. Tuttle's Jesse Gregory scores his 3rd TD of the 1st half with an 18-yard run. Jones leads 21-19, 1:46-2nd. #okpreps
@BR_TimesRecord 8:36 p.m. Poteau leads Muldrow at halftime, 28-3. Pirates outgain Bulldogs, 247-79. Jace Pitchford 2 TD passes, TD run, kickoff ret. for TD. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:37 p.m. Halftime: Class 4A No. 8 Cascia Hall leads Ft. Gibson 14-7. #okpreps
@BarryLewisTW 8:37 p.m. Cascia leads Fort Gibson 14-7, Half. CH has outgained FG 167-92. Most of half played on FG's end of the field. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 8:37 p.m. Caden Sander returns for Deer Creek. Loses 10 yards on first play. #OKPreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:37 p.m. Halftime: Class 4A No. 9 Poteau leads Muldrow 28-3. #okpreps
@v_dawg 8:37 p.m. 35-3 Sallisaw over Broken Bow at half Half Spiro 21 Valliant 0 Halftime panama 7 Hugo 3 Checotah 35, Idabel 0 - Half #okpreps
@jacobunruh 8:38 p.m. Then Caden Sander finds Cole Verble for a 37-yard pass and first down. #OKPreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:38 p.m. Carl Albert with a 35-0 lead over Guymon still early in the 2Q. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 8:42 p.m. Dillon Noble makes a 25-yard FG. Deer Creek trails Guthrie 21-3 with 6:23 left in third. #OKPreps
@CBlakeColston 8:44 p.m. Halftime: Hobart 26, Comanche 0. #okpreps
@Shadid13 8:44 p.m. After three quarters: Southmoore 14, Edmond Memorial 3. #OKPreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 8:44 p.m. Pryor goes 16 plays in 7:36 & caps off the drive with a 3yd TD run by Matt McGouldrick. Pryor leads 21-0, 1:20 3rd Q. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 8:44 p.m. NN fumbles the ball in the red zone and the Panthers recover. PCN starts at their own 9. #OkPreps
@TreyHunter87 8:44 p.m. Jones leads Tuttle 21-19 at halftime. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:45 p.m. Turnaround: Owasso up on Enid 17-13 in the third quarter. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 8:45 p.m. PCN goes 3 and out will punt from their own 14. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 8:46 p.m. Timberwolves will start at the PCN 40 with 6:42 in the third quarter. #OKpreps
@pantherman01 8:49 p.m. Stigler 54 Heavener 0 half @HSFootballOK @BR_TimesRecord #okpreps @HSFootballOK2 @SportsMuskogee
@pcnorthblogger 8:49 p.m. Norman north in the red zone again. 3rd and goal on the 6. #OkPreps
@jacobunruh 8:49 p.m. Guthrie's Kai Callins with a 27-yard TD run. Increases lead against Deer Creek to 28-3 with 3:34 left in third. #OKPreps
@brunk_bob 8:49 p.m. Central Sallisaw 49 Canadian 6 2nd Q. @BR_TimesRecord @5NEWSBobby @HSFootballOK #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 8:49 p.m. Tahlequah goes 3 & out, punts & Pryor scores 2 plays later on Brennon Barth's 1yd TD run. Pryor leads Tahlequah 28-0, 0:01 3rd. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 8:50 p.m. Kai Callins is healthy and very impressive. #OKPreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:50 p.m. Class 5A: No. 2 McAlester leads No. 8 Bishop Kelley 31-3 late in the third quarter. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 8:50 p.m. Norman North drops a ball in the end zone and the panthers take over on downs with 5:25 in the 3rd quarter. #OKPreps
@CorbinHosler 8:50 p.m. Norman North dominating the third quarter, but they've failed to score despite twice being inside PC North's 10. 21-0 PCN #okpreps
@jacobunruh 8:50 p.m. Kai Callins has 120 yards and three TDs on 16 carries. Last TD was best yet. #OKPreps
@GroveSunSports 8:51 p.m. At the half Jay leads Sequoyah 25-14 #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 8:52 p.m. Cade Parker with a 9-yd TD catch from Jakcob Dean to put Norman back on top of Edmond Santa Fe 14-7 with 7:03 left in 3Q #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:52 p.m. Halftime scores: Washington leads Mangum 28-12. Jay leads Sequoyah 25-14. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 8:53 p.m. Norman north takes over after a PCN punt. Ball at the Panther 32. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 8:54 p.m. PCN leads Norman North 21-0 with 3:00 in the 3rd. #OKpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:54 p.m. RT @Jarvidus: End of 3Q Owasso 24 Enid 13. Rams holding 3rd leading 6A rusher Raheem Mitchell to 12-27 rush yds. #owassofootball #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:55 p.m. RT @paulbeam: Final Score: Class C number 1 Tipton Tigers defeat the Ryan Cowboys 54-0! #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 8:56 p.m. Final: Class 3A No. 2 Kingfisher 72-0 over Bethel. #okpreps
@CorbinHosler 8:56 p.m. Norman North finally punches one in on a 7-yard run by Quan Hogan. 21-7 Putnam City North with 1:20 left in the 3Q. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 8:57 p.m. NN’s Z’Quan Hogan takes it in for a 6 yard score. PCN leads 21-7 with 1:20 in the 3rd. #OkPreps
@jacobunruh 8:57 p.m. Guthrie leads Deer Creek 28-3 after three quarters. #OKPreps
@pcnorthblogger 8:58 p.m. Panthers will start at their own 36 yard line. #OKPreps
@Shadid13 8:58 p.m. Chris Nemecek 22-yd field goal caps an 18-play drive and puts Southmoore up 17-3 on Edmond Memorial with 6:30 remaining. #OKPreps
@v_dawg 8:59 p.m. Stigler 54, Heavener 0- Half #okpreps
@jacobunruh 8:59 p.m. Deer Creek's Alec James is down. In a lot of pain and looking at his knee. He has had knee issues this season. #OKPreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 8:59 p.m. Again, Tahlequah gets deep inside Pryor territory & turns the ball over. Still 28-0 Pryor in the 4th. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 9:00 p.m. Pryor intercepts Tahlequah at the 1, but then fumbles in the end zone for a safety. It's now 28-2 Pryor over Tahlequah. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:00 p.m. Pryor up on Tahlequah 21-0 nearing the end of the third quarter. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 9:01 p.m. Alec James being helped off the field. Putting little to no pressure on his right leg. #OKPreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:01 p.m. PCN’s Cayman Johnson fumbles the ball and NN takes over at the PCN 44 #okpreps
@GroveSunSports 9:01 p.m. Midway through the 3rd Coweta leads Grove 28-21 #okpreps
@CorbinHosler 9:02 p.m. Putnam City North leads Norman North 21-7 after three quarters. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:03 p.m. END OF 3rd: PC north leads Norman North 21-7. #OKpreps
@KVrska7 9:03 p.m. End 3Q: MacArthur 41, Altus 14. #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 9:03 p.m. Norman strikes again, Ty Smith with a 1-yd run. Tigers lead Edmond Santa Fe 21-7 with 1:57 left in 3Q #okpreps
@BR_TimesRecord 9:04 p.m. Jace Pitchford throws third TD pass of the night to Jarrett Lowrimore. 41-yd pass gives Poteau 35-3 lead 8:25 3rd. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 9:05 p.m. Alec James is on the sideline being tended to. Does not have shoulder pads on. Likely done for the night. #OKPreps
@Derek_Brown_MT 9:07 p.m. Frankie Edwards carries in a 1-yd TD. Mustang up on Choctaw 49-13, 2:34 3rd qtr. #OKpreps
@jacobunruh 9:09 p.m. Guthrie QB Reed Roberts just suffered his first incomplete pass of the night with 9:20 left. #OKPreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:09 p.m. Dylan Peevy recovers a red zone fumble and takes it to the end zone. A 93 yard return! PCN leads 28-7 with 9:44 in the 4th. #OkPreps
@TreyHunter87 9:10 p.m. Jones opens the 2nd half with an onside kick and recovers at Tuttle's 38-yard line. #okpreps
@ftgsports 9:10 p.m. Cascia Hall scores with 7:44 left in 3rd. 21-7 leading FTG. fortgibsontigers.tv #okpreps @KTULNews @NewsOn6 @VYPEOK
@CorbinHosler 9:10 p.m. A cacophony of errors for Norman North. T-Wolves fumble ball on PCN 6-yard line, and Panthers return it for a TD and a 28-7 lead #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 9:11 p.m. Norman takes over on downs on final play of 3Q, leading Edmond Santa Fe 21-7 #okpreps
@Shadid13 9:11 p.m. Southmoore's Quindon Lewis intercepts a pass in the end zone with 1:53 remaining. Southmoore 17, Edmond Memorial 3. #OKPreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 9:11 p.m. Tahlequah finds the end zone for the first time tonight on David Dick's 6yd TD run. Pryor leads Tahlequah 28-8 in the 4th. #okpreps
@TreyHunter87 9:12 p.m. Tuttle's defense does a great job forcing a 3-and-out after Jones' successful onside kick. Jones leads 21-19, 10:08-3rd. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 9:15 p.m. Pryor responds with a 45yd TD run by Barth. Pryor now leads Tahlequah 35-8, 6:05 left. #okpreps
@Jake_Cribbs 9:15 p.m. Christian Heritage 14 #6 OCS 11 1:20 left in the 3rd #okpreps
@MrReynolds12 9:16 p.m. Collinsville scores they go up 40-27 on East Central #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 9:16 p.m. Edmond Santa Fe fumbles at its 31, Norman ball early 4Q, leading 21-7 #okpreps
@brunk_bob 9:18 p.m. Central Sallisaw 49 Canadian 12 3rd quarter. @BR_TimesRecord @5NEWSBobby @HSFootballOK #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:18 p.m. NN’s Braden Kennedy is being carted off the field. Looks like a bad leg injury. #OKPreps
@okprepstv 9:18 p.m. 2:18 in the 3rd, Heritage Hall 38, OK Centennial 0. #okpreps okpreps.tv/?p=1042
@pcnorthblogger 9:19 p.m. @TreyWitzel two fumbles and a failed 4th down attempt. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:19 p.m. Madill leads Sulphur 21-7, 3Q. #okpreps
@CorbinHosler 9:19 p.m. Long stoppage as Norman North's Braden Kennedy went down and stayed down. Looks serious. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:20 p.m. 26-0 Hobart leads Commanche in the third quarter. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:20 p.m. Heritage Hall leads Centennial 38-0 in the third quarter. #okpreps
@Shadid13 9:21 p.m. FINAL: Southmoore 17, Edmond Memorial 3. #OKPreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:22 p.m. Washington 25, Mangum 12, 2nd half. #okpreps
@GroveSunSports 9:22 p.m. Jay takes the 2nd half kickoff and goes 71 yds for another score. Bulldogs lead Sequoyah 32-14 #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:22 p.m. Cascia Hall leads Ft. Gibson 28-7 in the third quarter. #okpreps
@awathletics 9:22 p.m. End of 3rd: Anadarko 21, Piedmont 0. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 9:23 p.m. Touchdown Tahlequah. Tigers score on Colton Wright's 14yd run. Pryor now leads Tahlequah 35-15. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:23 p.m. Class 3A No. 3 Seminole leads Bristow 53-0 after 3. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:24 p.m. Anadarko ahead of Piedmont 21-0 after 3. #okpreps
@BR_TimesRecord 9:27 p.m. Poteau makes it 42-3 vs. Muldrow on Roger Barcheers' 4-yd TD run to end the third quarter. #okpreps
@TRBar_ 9:27 p.m. Antlers 22 Pocola 34 6:54 left in the third #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:27 p.m. NN’s John Kolar finds Nick Basquine for a 13 yard TD. PCN leads still 28-14 with 7:16 in the 4th. #OKpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 9:28 p.m. Pryor puts its backups in & scores a TD. Anthony Martinez scores on a 7yd run. Pryor now leads Tahlequah 41-15. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:28 p.m. Final: Wetumka 46, Bowlegs 0. #okpreps
@jacobunruh 9:29 p.m. Guthrie beats Deer Creek 28-3. #OKPreps
@zacksitton 9:29 p.m. Maud 19 SW Covenant 12 start of the 4th. SW Covenant QB Nick Sitton with 1 TD pass. #okpreps @OKVarsityScores @ScottWrightOK
@Jake_Cribbs 9:29 p.m. 99 yrd Touchdown pass from Lindsey to G. Littlejim CHA up 20-11 on #6 OCS! #okpreps @ScottWrightOK
@v_dawg 9:30 p.m. 42-3 sallisaw over Broken Bow in 3rd #okpreps
@ftgsports 9:30 p.m. 28-7 Cascia Hall leads FTG 2:55 left in 3rd. fortgibsontigers.tv #okpreps @KTULNews @NewsOn6 @VYPEOK
@lcjournal 9:30 p.m. Hugo cuts Panama's lead to 13-10 #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 9:31 p.m. Norman's Jakcob Dean with a 7-yd TD pass to Cal Schone to put the Tigers up 28-7 with 5:53 to play at Edmond Santa Fe #okpreps
@Sapulparadio 9:31 p.m. Sapulpa 17-13 end of 3rd quarter over Westmoore #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:31 p.m. PCN close to striking 2nd and 4 on the NN 8. #OKPreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:32 p.m. 4th Quarter: Sapulpa leads Westmoore 17-13. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:32 p.m. Class 5A: Collinsville leads East Central 48-27 late in the game. #okpreps
@CorbinHosler 9:32 p.m. Putnam City North recovers an onside kick and gets a big run inside the Norman North 10-yard line. Under 5 minutes to play. #okpreps
@TRBar_ 9:33 p.m. Antlers 28 Pocola 34 in the third #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:34 p.m. PCN has 4th and goal on the 7. They lead 28-14 with 3:50 in the 4th. #OkPreps
@HSFootballOK 9:35 p.m. Final McGuinness 41 NW Classen 18 #OkPreps @ScottWrightOK via @TFred23
@TreyHunter87 9:36 p.m. Jones missed on 3 scoring opportunities in the 3rd. Tuttle now in Jones-territory looking to take the lead. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:36 p.m. Chace Campbell’s 23 yard attempt is good. PCN leads 31-14. #okpreps
@OKCPS_Athletics 9:37 p.m. Final Douglass 13 McCloud 7 #okpreps
@zacksitton 9:37 p.m. Nick Sitton with the 35 yd TD pass to Braden Brown! SW Covenant up 20-19 on Maud! #okpreps @ScottWrightOK @OKVarsityScores
@OKVarsityScores 9:38 p.m. As scores begin to roll in, head over to newsok.com/varsitystats/f… and catch up with your team's results. #okpreps
@UnionFootball 9:38 p.m. It's FINAL! Union 58 Bartlesville 0 #okpreps #7tdsforadkins
@CorbinHosler 9:38 p.m. Putnam City North adds a field goal, leads Norman North 31-14 with 3:38 to play. #okpreps
@MrReynolds12 9:39 p.m. Sapulpa gets a long 42 yrd FG to put Sapulpa up 20-13 with 6:48 left to play #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:39 p.m. Norman North will start at the PCN 45. #OKpreps
@ScottWrightOK 9:40 p.m. Cameron Westbrook with a 31-yd TD catch from Torre and Santa Fe cuts Norman lead to 28-14. Onside kick fails #okpreps
@TreyHunter87 9:40 p.m. Tuttle's Ty Stonebraker misses a 36-yard FG attempt. Jones still leads 21-19-4th. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:40 p.m. Final: Class 6A No. 2 Union 58, Bartlesville 0. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:41 p.m. Final: Class 6A, Owasso def. Enid 35-20. #okpreps
@CorbinHosler 9:43 p.m. Norman North scores, trails Putnam City North 31-21 with 2:06 left. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:43 p.m. Upset Alert: Class 6A No. 7 Norman North trails Putnam City North 31-14 with less than 4:00 to play. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:43 p.m. Kolar finds Tyler Snipe in the end zone for the NN score. PCN leads with 2:06 in the 4th. #OKPreps
@Jake_Cribbs 9:44 p.m. 1st and Goal CHA at the 1 yrd line. 2:13 left in the 4th! CHA leads 20-11 #okpreps
@okprepstv 9:44 p.m. End of game for Enid vs Owasso. Final score is 20-35 with an Owasso Ram victory #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 9:44 p.m. RT @pcnorthblogger: Kolar finds Tyler Sipe in the end zone for the NN score. PCN leads with 2:06 in the 4th. #OKPreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:45 p.m. The onside attempt fails. PCN ball at own 47. #OkPreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:45 p.m. Final: Coweta 41, Grove 34. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 9:47 p.m. FINAL: PC North 31, Norman North 21. #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 9:47 p.m. Questionable running into the kicker call on ESF keeps a Norman drive alive with 4:10 to go, Norman leading 28-14 #okpreps
@CorbinHosler 9:48 p.m. Putnam City North holds on to defeat Norman North 31-21. #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 9:51 p.m. “@SportsMuskogee: Final: Hilldale 54, Keys 20” #okpreps
@ftgsports 9:52 p.m. FTG scores with 6:33 left in game. 28-21 Cascia leads. fortgibsontigers.tv #okpreps @KTULNews @NewsOn6 @VYPEOK
@stilwellindians 9:52 p.m. :35 left on the clock, Rogers touchdown. Stilwell still leads 21-12. #OKPreps
@BR_TimesRecord 9:53 p.m. Poteau goes on to a 42-3 win against Muldrow. Pirates move to 7-1 overall and 4-1 in 4A-4. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 9:53 p.m. Final: Class 3A Seminole def. Bristow 54-0. #okpreps
@Jeff_Rhodes 9:54 p.m. Panama with the dagger TD. They lead #Hugo 29-16 with 3:59 left #okpreps
@zacksitton 9:54 p.m. Nick Sitton picks off a last second throw and SW Covenant holds on to beat Maud 20-19 #okpreps @ScottWrightOK @OKVarsityScores
@GroveSunSports 9:56 p.m. Brooks Carroll with a 46-yd touchdown run and Jay leads Sequoyah 48-14 #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 9:57 p.m. Norman misses a FG in hopes of adding one more district point. Ed Santa Fe ball with :38 to go at its 20, trailing 28-14 #okpreps
@BarryLewisTW 9:59 p.m. Fort Gibson has 3rd down at CH 1, 22 seconds left. Cascia leads 28-21. FG has no TOs. #okpreps
@ScottWrightOK 10:00 p.m. Norman 28, Edmond Santa Fee 14 FINAL #okpreps
@BenJohnsonTDP 10:01 p.m. Final in 5A-4: Pryor 41, Tahlequah 15. #okpreps
@ftgsports 10:09 p.m. TOUCHDOWN TIGERS 18.5secs tied up at 28. Unbelievable! fortgibsontigers.tv #okpreps @KTULNews @NewsOn6 @VYPEOK
@kevininok 10:10 p.m. Ft Gibson 28 Cascia Hall 28 going to Overtime #okpreps
@kevininok 10:10 p.m. Roland 22 Eufaula 22 going to overtime #okpreps
@lcjournal 10:10 p.m. Hugo scores with 1:46 left to take a 30-29 lead over Panama #okpreps
@BarryLewisTW 10:11 p.m. FG doesn't score in OT as Lambert gets INT. Cascia has 1st down at 5. #okpreps
@CBlakeColston 10:15 p.m. FINAL: Hobart 45, Comanche 0. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 10:16 p.m. Final: Ada 29, Harrah 24. #okpreps
@WHSJagsFootball 10:17 p.m. Overtime! Sapulpa start off first..defense gets the stop, they kick a FG. jaguars turn.. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 10:17 p.m. Final: Class 5A No. 7 Shawnee 56, Durant 44. #okpreps
@TreyHunter87 10:18 p.m. Jones holds on in a defensive 2nd half. Upsets Tuttle 21-19. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 10:19 p.m. Class 2A No. 9 Washington def. Mangum 48-12. #okpreps
@BarryLewisTW 10:21 p.m. Cooper Bethel's 2-yard TD run wins it for Cascia Hall 34-28 in OT. #okpreps
@WHSJagsFootball 10:23 p.m. First play, KIERON HARDRICK INTO THE ENDZONE!!!!! Touchdown jaguars!!!!! Jags win!!! 26-23!! #okpreps @VYPEOK
@zacksitton 10:24 p.m. Final SW Covenant 20 Maud 19. SW Covenant QB Nick Sitton finished with 4 TD's. #okpreps @ScottWrightOK @OKVarsityScores
@lcjournal 10:25 p.m. Hugo scores with 15 seconds left but misses the extra point Panama up 37-36 #okpreps
@lcjournal 10:30 p.m. Panama wins 37-36 over Panama #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 10:30 p.m. Final: Lexington def. Tishomingo 45-23. #okpreps
@OKVarsityScores 10:33 p.m. Class A No. 4 Kiefer remained undefeated (8-0) with a 47-8 win over Drumright. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 11:08 p.m. PC North moves to 4-4 on the year (4-1) in district play with their upset win over Norman North. #OKpreps
@RandyRuark 11:14 p.m. Christian Heritage. 20 Okla Christian School. 11 Final Dist. 2A-2 #OKPreps
@jacobunruh 11:20 p.m. What a great night of #OKPreps football.
@awathletics 11:20 p.m. 8:01 4th: Anadarko 27, Piedmont 0. RB #5 R.J. Sink with the TD on the ground. PAT no good. #okpreps
@pcnorthblogger 11:24 p.m. 2nd time this year PC North has beaten a top 10 team. They’re on a four game win streak and play Lawton Ike next Friday. #OKPreps
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, 2013
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 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.
Originally from Harvey, La., Joseph's home was hit by Hurricane Katrina. Now a Moore resident, his home was destroyed by the May 20 tornado.
Southmoore's Darius Joseph has weathered many storms
BY JENNI CARLSON | Sep 4, 2013
MOORE — Darius Joseph kept stealing glances at the boy in the photo.
Snapped by an Oklahoman photographer nearly eight years ago, the picture captured a 7-year-old who had been invited to a United Way breakfast after being displaced by Hurricane Katrina. He was sitting by his smiling mother. He was cutting into a pancake.
He is a young Darius Joseph.
“I tell you,” he said, “I've been on a trip.”
Has he ever.
Darius is now a junior at Southmoore High School, and Thursday night, he will be on the football field when the Sabercats open their season against Carl Albert. It's an opener like no other, coming less than four months after a tornado came with a few hundred yards of the school and tore a path through Moore that destroyed the homes of 22 players.
Among those players was Darius.
Yes, his home was hit by Hurricane Katrina and the Moore tornado.
Darius was living on the outskirts of New Orleans in 2005 when Hurricane Katrina took dead aim for the city. He and his mom, Dawn, were renting an apartment in Harvey, La., on the west bank of the Mississippi River.
Along with his grandparents, they decided to evacuate and drove to Houston.
“We were more fortunate than people who stayed there,” Darius said. “We had options.”
They stayed in Houston for about a week as floodwaters filled much of New Orleans.
When they returned to their apartment, they found that it hadn't been flooded like much of the city. But once inside, they discovered that the hurricane's winds had ripped off part of the roof. Darius's room was fine, and everything in it was right where it had been when they left. But just across the hall, Dawn's room was wrecked.
Even with the damage, they planned to stay in Louisiana. That was where their family was. That was home.
Then Dawn found out that her job was being relocated. She had worked for The New Orleans CityBusiness, a business newspaper in town, and with the storm, the parent company was relocating employees to other papers that it owned.
Dawn could work in Oklahoma City at the Journal Record or in Long Island, N.Y.
She chose to stay as close to New Orleans as possible. Dawn and Darius first rented an apartment in Oklahoma City for a year, then went looking for a rent house and found one in Moore.
Having been in Moore since fourth grade, Darius considers it home.
But earlier this year, he changed addresses. Fights between his mom and stepdad had become more frequent and more intense, and in February, Darius finally had enough.
He ran away.
He didn't go far, though. He moved in with his friend and football teammate Brandon Dick and his family. Their blue house at the end of the cul-de-sac on South Harvey Avenue became a refuge.
Darius didn't have a bedroom of his own — he slept on the floor in Brandon's room — but none of that mattered.
“Everything was good,” Darius said.
Then came the afternoon of May 20.
Darius was in one of the computer rooms at Southmoore watching football film when tornado sirens began to sound. He and hundreds of other students hunkered down at the school as a tornado passed only a few blocks north.
His mom's house was spared by a couple blocks.
The Dicks' house was not.
If not for the car that remained in what was left of the garage, Darius wouldn't have even recognized the house. The power of the storm amazed him, but so did the randomness.
They found the washing machine.
“The dryer can't be too far away,” Darius thought.
All of his clothes just happened to be in the dryer, left there after he'd done laundry the day before the storm. But the partner to the washer was nowhere to be found.
“What kind of luck do I have for the washer to still be here and the dryer to fly away?” he said.
With all that has happened to him — Hurricane Katrina, family troubles, the tornado — it would be easy for Darius to be sad or frustrated or down right bitter. And there have been times when he's been all of those things; the day of the tornado, he remembers balling up his fists and fuming, “You took my new home from me.”
Darius is facing a new challenge as well. He might be taken out of the Dicks' home — they have a new home only a few blocks west of the school — because they aren't his permanent guardians. They are working to change their status so he can avoid being sent to live with family in Louisiana or California.
But even amid tragedy and turmoil, Darius chooses to be happy.
Chooses, too, to focus on football.
He only started playing as a freshman, so the past two years have been a learning process. Now, he expects to return punts and play cornerback for the Southmoore varsity.
“Nobody's going to take me down,” he said. “I have all this confidence.”
And why not? His team has come through a storm. He has come through two.
Even though Darius Joseph is only 15 years old, he marvels at all that has happened in his life. That's why that photo of him at 7 years old was so riveting. He'd never seen it before the interview for this piece — my research turned it up — and he immediately wanted to keep it.
It reminds him of where he's come from and what he's come through.
“I've got a lot ahead of me,” he said. “But I am proud.
“I have done plenty of livin'.”
Jenni Carlson: Jenni can be reached at (405) 475-4125. Like her at facebook.com/JenniCarlsonOK, follow her at twitter.com/jennicarlson_ok or view her personality page at newsok.com/jennicarlson.
'Cats coach hopes Walker, Spead can surpass 1,000-yard rushing mark behind a good offensive line.
High school notebook: Southmoore hoping Jaelon Walker, Pierce Spead can be tough rushing duo
BY JACOB UNRUH, STEPHANIE KUZYDYM AND SCOTT WRIGHT | Aug 26, 2013
Southmoore football coach Jeff Brickman pulled both Jaelon Walker and Pierce Spead into his office this offseason to show them the 2012 statistics of Alabama's Eddie Lacy and T.J. Yeldon.
Both rushed for more than 1,000 yards and combined for 29 touchdowns. It's those types of numbers Brickman hopes to see this season from his two seniors.
“We've got a good offensive line, and we're going to run the football,” he said following Friday night's scrimmage against Edmond North. “We expect them to be interchangeable.”
Brickman refers to them both as starters and option 1A and 1B. He even goes as far to let them play Rock-Paper-Scissors to see who starts.
Walker got the start Friday, but it was Spead who scored Southmoore's lone touchdown.
NORMAN'S DEAN IMPRESSING AT QB
New Norman quarterback Jakcob Dean is probably throwing better than he thinks.
At least that's what Norman coach Greg Nation said.
“He's looking good,” Nation said.
In the Tigers recent scrimmage at Bixby, Dean went 4-of-5 with a touchdown to a tight end.
Nation added that senior running back Dupree Young is also doing well.
The Tigers coach is hoping for more older guys to step up, however. They'll have another chance this Friday when Norman hosts the Top of the World Classic, which includes Choctaw, Deer Creek, Sapulpa, McAlester, Noble, Shawnee and Stillwater.
SON, PIERCE TAKE KICKINGBIRD TITLES
Norman's Yujeong Son is barely old enough to compete in the 12-18 age division of the Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour, but she's clearly old enough to win.
The 12-year-old fired back-to-back 71s to win the OJGT Kickingbird Fall Challenge Sunday in Edmond. Her 142 total edged Bishop McGuinness senior Alexis Sadeghy by five strokes.
In boys competition, Edmond North junior Griffin Pierce rallied with a second-round 65 to win the 15-18 division in a playoff over Austin Eckroat, an incoming freshman at Edmond North.
Pierce shot 66-65 to tie Eckroat at 131. Eckroat's first-round 64 was the low round of the event.
Yukon's Lane Wallace shot 69-75 to win the boys 12-14 age group by two shots.
STILLWATER'S WICKLINE HEALTHY, READY TO GO
Stillwater senior offensive lineman Kelby Wickline didn't think he could play this season.
Wickline, the son of Oklahoma State offensive line coach Joe Wickline, had been dealing with an elbow impingement for the better part of nine months. But he rehabbed successfully over the summer in Dallas.
“My elbow was great, and I gained some weight so I was like why not just give it one more try and play with my team one more time,” said Wickline, who added 30 pounds to his 6-foot-4 frame.
Wickline returning gives Stillwater depth up front to allow younger players more time to develop.
“We were so thin on the offensive line and the defensive line,” Stillwater coach Tucker Barnard said. “We had some of those kids we were training both ways, and we're still training them both ways, but it just gives us an opportunity to add some depth.
“He makes us a lot better on the offensive line immediately.”
Wickline is already receiving interest from Arkansas State, Houston, Louisiana Tech and North Texas.
LAWTON IKE SPUTTERS OFFENSIVELY
After running the spread-option offense for multiple years, Lawton Eisenhower coach Boone Copeland felt it was time to change the offense this season based on personnel.
Quarterback Bentley Bross is back, but the players around him work well in the traditional spread offense.
But the new look didn't bode well to start Thursday's scrimmage against Westmoore with the Eagles failing to score early and falling behind four touchdowns.
“It's so different than what we've been doing,” Copeland said. “We're trying to speed the pace up, and that's all fine and good until you don't make first downs and you're putting the defense back up there.”
Lawton Ike ended up losing the half-game scrimmage, 28-13.