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.