Tahlequah Daily Press

November 19, 2013

Prep pigskin report

A weekly look inside high school football across the state.

By BEN JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Playoff scoreboard

Class 6A


Union 63, Sapulpa 21

Edmond North 16, Ed. Memorial 7

Mustang 44, Norman North 37

Broken Arrow 44, Booker T. Washington 14

Jenks 14, Owasso 10

Midwest City 49, Edmond Santa Fe 25

Lawton 35, Yukon 6

Westmoore 31, Sand Springs 10

Class 5A

Lawton MacArthur 34, Deer Creek 29

Pryor 27, Skiatook 22

McAlester 76, East Central 28

Carl Albert 34, Del City 12

Guthrie 40, Chickasha 3

Shawnee 42, Claremore 14

Collinsville 21, Bishop Kelley 14

Bishop McGuinness 40, Ardmore 27

Class 4A

Anadarko 41, McLoud 2

Catoosa 43, Cascia Hall 14

Wagoner 28, Fort Gibson 7

Woodward 49, Ada 7

OKC Douglass 63, Elgin 28

Oologah 28, Sallisaw 17

Poteau 48, Cleveland 7

Clinton 28, Harrah 21, OT

Class 3A

Blanchard 76, Perkins-Tryon 13

Newcastle 28, Sulphur 6

Victory Christian 42, Dewey 3

Lincoln Christian 41, Stigler 21

Plainview 60, OKC Centennial 0

Tuttle 31, Bethany 13

Locust Grove 62, Roland 10

Berryhill 43, Inola 14

Metro Christian 44, Okmulgee

Hilldale 32, Spiro 7

Seminole 52, Marlow 19

Heritage Hall 45, Lone Grove 35

Checotah 37, Jay 13

Beggs 34, Cl. Sequoyah 20

Kingfisher 52, Purcell 9

Jones 33, Cushing 14

Class 2A

Hennessey 28, Crooked Oak 20

Washington 41, Lexington 21

Vian 40, Haskell 14

Salina 36, Pawhuska 6

Davis 60, Frederick 7

Christian Heritage 42, Alva 21

Adair 56, Kansas 19

Okemah 26, Panama 21

Meeker 49, Hugo 20

Nowata 37, Colcord 12

Millwood 72, Tonkawa 0

Hobart 29, Kingston 14

Commerce 60, Chelsea 7

Hartshorne 37, Stroud 20

Lindsay 52, Marietta

Oklahoma Christian 35, Chisholm 7

Class A

Okeene 57, Cordell 22

Cashion 50, Rush Springs 27

Talihina 47, Stratford 7

Hominy 34, Summit Christian 27

Ringling 61, Watonga 6

Thomas 28, Texhoma 0

Morrison 44, Fairland 7

Elmore City 26, Sallisaw Central 10

Wynnewood 53, Quinton 0

Kiefer 52, Warner 14

Hollis 49, Oklahoma Bible 8

Empire 48, Crescent 13

Afton 55, Barnsdall 8

Savanna 32, Wewoka 8

Minco 49, Velma-Alm 32

Apache 19, Fairview 7

Class B

Laverne 68, Allen 20

Keota 58, Woodland 48

Rejoice Christian 54, Dewar 6

Fox 44, Merritt 20

Alex 60, Ringwood 14

Davenport 22, Coyle 12

Wetumka 54, Oaks 6

Pond Creek-Hunter 38, Marlow Central 0

Class C

Shattuck 48, Grandfield 0

Arkoma 70, Timberlake 24

Cherokee 52, SW Covenant 6

Balko 58, Corn Bible 8

Tipton 46, Waynoka 0

Bluejacket 42, Sasakwa 20

Thackerville 50, Deer Creek-Lamont 0

Sharon-Mutual 56, Mountain View 24



Playoff schedule

Class 6A - quarterfinals


Edmond North at Union

Broken Arrow at Mustang

Midwest City at Jenks

Westmoore at Lawton

Class 5A - quarterfinals

Pryor at Lawton MacArthur

Carl Albert at McAlester

Shawnee at Guthrie

Bishop McGuinness at Collinsville

Class 4A - quarterfinals

Catoosa at Anadarko

Woodward at Wagoner

Oologah at Douglass

Clinton at Poteau

Class 3A - second round

Newcastle at Blanchard

Lincoln Christian at Victory Christian

Tuttle at Plainview

Berryhill at Locust Grove

Hilldale at Metro Christian

Heritage Hall at Seminole

Beggs at Checotah

Jones at Kingfisher

Class 2A - second round

Washington at Hennessey

Salina at Vian

Christian Heritage at Davis

Okemah at Adair

Nowata at Meeker

Hobart at Millwood

Hartshorne at Commerce

OCS at Lindsay

Class A - second round

Cashion at Okeene

Hominy at Talihina

Thomas at Ringling

Elmore City at Morrison

Kiefer at Wynnewood

Empire at Hollis

Savanna at Afton

Apache at Minco

Class B - quarterfinals

Keota at Laverne

Fox at Rejoice Christian

Davenport at Alex

PC-Hunter at Wetumka

Class C - quarterfinals

Arkoma at Shattuck

Balko at Cherokee

Bluejacket at Tipton

Sharon-Mutual at Thackerville



Around the state

- Wagoner 28, Fort Gibson 7: Lawrence Evitt did Lawrence Evitt things against the Tigers, running for 327 yards and all four of Wagoner’s touchdowns. Evitt’s first three scoring runs were of 58, 80 and 68 yards. The Bulldogs led 14-7 at halftime and forced six Fort Gibson turnovers in the game.

- Hilldale 32, Spiro 7: Seth Reheard ran for 122 yards as the Hornets racked up 300 yards on the ground. Hilldale scored the first 25 points of the game and never looked back.

- Checotah 37, Jay 13: Jays’ Brett Pritchett scored on a 44-yard pass from Brandon Weaver for the first points of the game, but it was downhill for Jay from there. Checotah’s DeShay Bear (144) and Caleb Knight (120) both rushed for more than 100 yards and combined for four touchdowns.

- Vian 40, Haskell 14: The Wolverines scored the first 34 points of the game to coast into the second round of the playoffs. Rylee Simon threw for three touchdowns for Vian.

- Jenks 14, Owasso 10: With the Trojans leading 14-7 at the half, the only points in the final 24 minutes came on a 33-yard field goal by Owasso’s Landen Sailing. From there, Jenks’ defense halted Owasso, and the Trojans’ title defense remained alive.

- Pryor 27, Skiatook 22: Pryor quarterback Brennon Barth scored four rushing touchdowns, but none were bigger than his 10-yard score with 16 seconds left in the game. Both teams combined for 602 rushing yards.

- McAlester 76, East Central 28: The Cardinals hung around and trailed McAlester 35-21 at halftime. Then McAlester put the game away with a 34-0 third period. Jarome Smith ran for 216 yards and four touchdowns for McAlester.

- Shawnee 42, Claremore 14: The Wolves built up a 21-0 halftime lead and never looked back. Claremore’s Brinley Brown tossed three interceptions in the game.

- Collinsville 21, Bishop Kelley 14: Ryan Haymaker’s 10-yard touchdown run with 10:20 left proved to be the deciding blow in a game where Collinsville had to rally from a 14-7 deficit.

- Oologah 28, Sallisaw 17: The Mustangs’ defense stifled Sallisaw all game long and only allowed two fourth-quarter touchdowns. Jimmy McKinney ran for 117 yards for Oologah.

- Locust Grove 62, Roland 10: The Pirates logged 46 of the first 54 points and breezed into the second round in 3A. Cameron McIntire scored three rushing touchdowns for Locust Grove.



They said it

“The world is still in order. They played us exactly like we thought they would. It wasn’t until we went up 28-7 that I could breathe a little.” -- Wagoner head coach Dale Condict.



Games of the week

- Woodward at Wagoner: Woodward has only lost twice inside state lines: once by three points to Anadarko (18-15) and once by five points to Clinton (19-14). Wagoner will have its work cut out for it.

- Hilldale at Metro Christian: The Hornets have scored points in bunches this year. Then again they’ve yet to face a defense like Metro Christian’s, too.

- Salina at Vian: The Wolverines’ first big challenge could be next week against Hennessey.

- Edmond North at Union: The Huskies pushed Union to the limit in the quarterfinals in 2011. Don’t be surprised if Edmond North’s defense is up to the challenge again.

- Carl Albert at McAlester: Points aplenty here. Over-under point total could be set at 80.

- Bishop McGuinness at Collinsville: The better team here may be the one coming from Oklahoma City.

- Clinton at Poteau: The Pirates will have their hands full, for sure.

- Lincoln Christian at Victory Christian: It’s a battle for which private school has the best offense in the Tulsa area.

- Berryhill at Locust Grove: The Pirates’ offense may meet its match this week.

- Beggs at Checotah: Kingfisher awaits the winner in the quarterfinals, so the victor better enjoy the celebration following this one.

- Hartshorne at Commerce: Hartshorne will give Commerce all it wants this week.