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Week 7 high school football picks: Who will win Edmond North-Norman North showdown?

Ryan Aber predicts the scores of all this week's Oklahoma high school football games, including Edmond North-Norman North, Tulsa Union-Sand Springs and Edmond Santa Fe-Lawton.
by Ryan Aber Published: October 10, 2012
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photo - Millwood's London Potts gets by OCS' Evan Welch during the high school football game between Oklahoma Christian and Millwood at Oklahoma Christian Schools in Edmond, Okla.,  Friday, Oct. 5, 2012. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman
Millwood's London Potts gets by OCS' Evan Welch during the high school football game between Oklahoma Christian and Millwood at Oklahoma Christian Schools in Edmond, Okla., Friday, Oct. 5, 2012. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

COWETA 26, Collinsville 20

Lawton MacArthur 31, DUNCAN 21

McAlester 40, DURANT 8

Tahlequah 22, TULSA CENTRAL 18

Tulsa East Central 48, GROVE 13

Tulsa Memorial 41, TULSA HALE 7

Class 4A

ADA 31, Glenpool 14

Anadarko 46, WOODWARD 16

BROKEN BOW 35, Tulsa Rogers 0

CASCIA HALL 41, Poteau 13

Catoosa 26, VINITA 7

CLEVELAND 38, Miami 12

Elgin 22, CACHE 7

Fort Gibson 34, MULDROW 6

Sallisaw 42, Stilwell 7

Tulsa McLain 37, TULSA WEBSTER 16

Wagoner 38, OOLOGAH 9

Weatherford 35, ELK CITY 7

Class 3A

Berryhill 28, SEQ. CLAREMORE 14

DEWEY 13, Blackwell 7

HENRYETTA 29, Kellyville 14

HILLDALE 38, Locust Grove 18

JAY 36, Westville 6

LINCOLN CHRISTIAN 20, Keys (Park Hill) 16

Madill 27, LONE GROVE 20

Metro Christian 24, VERDIGRIS 14

MORRIS 28, Okmulgee 10

PLAINVIEW 32, Atoka 2

ROLAND 22, Idabel 6

SEMINOLE 41, Prague 13

Seq. Tahlequah 36, SPERRY 7

SPIRO 18, Heavener 14

Stigler 14, CHECOTAH 0

VALLIANT 21, Eufaula 7

Victory Christian 21, INOLA 6

Class 2A

ADAIR 48, Chelsea 21

Alva 35, NEWKIRK 14

Chisholm 20, PERRY 12

Commerce 41, KETCHUM 14

Frederick 56, RIVERSIDE 0

HARTSHORNE 26, Pocola 14

Hobart 38, MANGUM 14

Kansas 28, COLCORD 21

KINGSTON 17, Marietta 7

LIBERTY 26, Oklahoma Union 20

LINDSAY 28, Hinton 20

Mounds 30, BARNSDALL 21

Nowata 38, CANEY VALLEY 18

Okemah 35, HASKELL 24

PANAMA 16, Quinton 6

PAWHUSKA 21, Chouteau 14

Salina 42, HULBERT 16

Stroud 38, HOLDENVILLE 13

TISHOMINGO 34, Konawa 14

Vian 54, HUGO 0

WILBURTON 34, Antlers 6

WYANDOTTE 35, Quapaw 12

Class A

AFTON 34, Foyil 16

Apache 40, SNYDER 30

Central Sallisaw 36, HAILEYVILLE 14

CORDELL 29, Burns Flat-Dill City 0

Elmore City-Pernell 41, MAYSVILLE 14

Empire 38, WILSON 12

FAIRLAND 21, Porter 0

Fairview 34, MOORELAND 6

HEALDTON 20, Bray-Doyle 12

HOMINY 28, Depew 6

Hooker 37, BEAVER 16

Kiefer 36, YALE 20

Morrison 42, DRUMRIGHT 6

Okeene 32, OKLAHOMA BIBLE 14

Ringling 35, RUSH SPRINGS 7

Savanna 26, GORE 16

Talihina 40, CANADIAN 14

TEXHOMA 37, Turpin 7

THOMAS 28, Hollis 13

VELMA-ALMA 32, Walters 0

Warner 22, SUMMIT CHRISTIAN 20

Wewoka 28, STRATFORD 20

WYNNEWOOD 54, Caddo 13

Class B

AGRA 38, Copan 0

Alex 54, GEARY 6

COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 44, Waukomis 14

Cyril 32, ALLEN 20

DEWAR 48, Gans 7

FOX 48, Central Marlow 18

KEOTA 44, Bowlegs 16

LAVERNE 38, Garber 20

POND CREEK-HUNTER 54, Merritt 12

Rejoice Christian 32, OAKS 7

RINGWOOD 61, Medford 14

SEILING 32, Canton 20

South Coffeyville 40, WELCH 24

WAURIKA 24, Paoli 20

WELEETKA 22, Cave Springs 18

WETUMKA 58, Strother 8

Woodland 46, RIVERFIELD 6

Class C

Arkoma 26, EAGLE POINT 12

Balko 56, GOODWELL 0

Bluejacket 46, CLAREMORE CHR. 14

Carney 24, PRUE 20

CEMENT 32, Duke 14

Cherokee 48, DEER CREEK-LAMONT 22

FORGAN 44, Waynoka 8

GRANDFIELD 41, Mt. View-Gotebo 28

RYAN 48, Gracemont 6

Sasakwa 32, MIDWAY 20

SHARON-MUTUAL 58, Buffalo 0

THACKERVILLE 48, Bokoshe 6

TIMBERLAKE 32, Kremlin-Hillsdale 26

Tyrone 27, BOISE CITY 20

WEBBERS FALLS 32, Maud 28

Independent

Cookson Hills Chr. 32, CORNERSTONE 20

Fort Worth All Saints 28, HOLLAND HALL 20

Saturday

Class C

TIPTON 54, Hobart JV 0

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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