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Week 5 high school football picks

Predicting the score of every Oklahoma high school football game for Week 5.
by Ryan Aber Published: September 26, 2012
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photo - Beau Proctor (5) runs the ball during a high school football game between Midwest City and Norman North in Midwest City, Friday, Sept. 21, 2012.  Photo by Garett Fisbeck, The Oklahoman
Beau Proctor (5) runs the ball during a high school football game between Midwest City and Norman North in Midwest City, Friday, Sept. 21, 2012. Photo by Garett Fisbeck, The Oklahoman

Class 5A

CLAREMORE 20, Tahlequah 0

Collinsville 36, GROVE 14

DUNCAN 21, Altus 7

Pryor 33, TULSA CENTRAL 12

Skiatook 14, TULSA HALE 13

Tulsa East Central 27, COWETA 24

Tulsa Kelley 31, DURANT 20

Class 4A

Anadarko 36, ELK CITY 7

Cascia Hall 27, SALLISAW 21

CATOOSA 30, Miami 14

Cleveland 32, VINITA 13

CLINTON 34, Elgin 14

FORT GIBSON 21, Broken Bow 16

Muldrow 20, TULSA ROGERS 12

OOLOGAH 28, Tulsa Webster 14

Poteau 27, STILWELL 0

WAGONER 37, Tulsa McLain 20

WEATHERFORD 27, WOODWARD 14

Class 3A

BEGGS 20, Okmulgee 6

Berryhill 28, VERDIGRIS 14

CUSHING 24, Bristow 20

DEWEY 21, Sperry 6

HENRYETTA 7, Morris 0

Hilldale 20, INOLA 8

Idabel 14, SPIRO 7

LINCOLN CHRISTIAN 40, Jay 9

Locust Grove 18, WESTVILLE 8

LONE GROVE 28, Atoka 7

METRO CHRISTIAN 40, Blackwell 0

PLAINVIEW 38, Sulphur 14

ROLAND 21, Heavener 19

SEMINOLE 20, Seq.-Claremore 14

Seq.-Tahlequah 38, KEYS 20

Stigler 26, EUFAULA 14

VALLIANT 14, Checotah 8

VICTORY CHRISTIAN 28, Kellyville 7

Class 2A

ADAIR 36, Nowata 19

Alva 28, Perry 9

Caney Valley 21, PAWHUSKA 12

Chouteau 12, OKLAHOMA UNION 6

COALGATE 35, Tishomingo 13

Comanche 33, MANGUM 16

Commerce 28, KANSAS 14

Frederick 26, LINDSAY 20

HARTSHORNE 21, Panama 0

HASKELL 23, Holdenville 7

Hinton 36, RIVERSIDE 6

HUGO 20, Pocola 14

KINGSTON 14, Konawa 0

Newkirk 31, CHELSEA 7

QUAPAW 8, Ketchum 6

Salina 22, COLCORD 13

Stratford 40, MARIETTA 28

Stroud 41, MOUNDS 13

TONKAWA 20, Pawnee 14

VIAN 62, Antlers 0

Wilburton 34, REGENT PREP 8

WYANDOTTE 22, Hulbert 16

Class A

Barnsdall 23, YALE 14

BEAVER 25, Oklahoma Bible 14

Canadian 24, GORE 7

CARNEGIE 18, Cordell 12

Elmore City 22, WEWOKA 14

Empire 28, WALTERS 0

Fairview 32, TURPIN 0

Kiefer 44, DEPEW 0

HOLLIS 31, Snyder 8

HOOKER 14, Okeene 7

Liberty 22, FAIRLAND 20

Morrison 28, HOMINY 7

Quinton 26, CENTRAL SALLISAW 16

Ringling 22, HEALDTON 6

RUSH SPRINGS 30, Bray-Doyle 6

Savanna 36, HAILEYVILLE 12

SAYRE 30, Burns Flat-Dill City 24

SUMMIT CHRISTIAN 27, Foyil 7

TALIHINA 36, Union Christian 13

TEXHOMA 21, Mooreland 14

Thomas 26, APACHE 12

VELMA-ALMA 32, Wilson 0

WARNER 37, Porter 14

Wynnewood 44, MAYSVILLE 6

Class B

Allen 22, Geary 12

Central Marlow 48, PAOLI 30

COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 28, Ringwood 18

Gans 56, CAVE SPRINGS 6

Garber 39, SEILING 14

Keota 32, WELEETKA 18

LAVERNE 46, Medford 0

MERRITT 36, Canton 22

POND CREEK-HUNTER 52, Waukomis 6

Rejoice Christian 50, AGRA 8

Riverfield 21, WELCH 13

South Coffeyville 46, OAKS 20

STROTHER 18, Bowlegs 14

WAURIKA 36, Cyril 20

Wetumka 58, PORUM 0

Woodland 46, WATTS 0

Class C

Bokoshe 28, MIDWAY 20

Buffalo 41, BALKO 28

Cherokee 39, MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 6

DEER CREEK-LAMONT 51, Carney 14

GRANDFIELD 38, Gracemont 14

Kremlin-Hillsdale 31, CLAREMORE CHR. 24

PRUE 34, Timberlake 28

RYAN 40, Corn Bible 14

SHARON-MUTUAL 48, Boise City 0

Shattuck 36, TYRONE 30

Temple 21, CEMENT 14

TIPTON 54, Duke 7

Waynoka 26, GOODWELL 14

Webbers Falls 44, THACKERVILLE 40

WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN 54, Bluejacket 12

Independent

Dallas Greenhill 28, HOLLAND HALL 20

Saturday

Independent

OSD 26, Kansas Deaf 14

by Ryan Aber
OU Athletics Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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