Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

November 12, 2013

Prep pigskin report

A weekly look inside high school football across the state.

Final district standings

District 5A-4    Dist. Ovr

W-L    W-L    PF    PA

Collinsville (41)    6-1    8-2    321    249

Pryor (53)    6-1    7-3    299    232

Claremore (24)    5-2    7-3    332    282

East Central (-20) 4-3    4-6    269    388

Coweta (1)    3-4    4-6    269    313

Central (-7)    2-5    3-7    182    257

Tahlequah (-38)    1-6    1-9    235    337

Grove (-54)    1-6    2-8    221    330

District 3A-7    Dist. Over

W-L    W-L    PF    PA

Locust Grove (65) 6-0    10-0    491    226

Hilldale (74)    5-1    8-2    467    193

Lincoln Chr. (30)    4-2    6-4    379    318

Jay (0)    3-3    6-4    260    182

Sequoyah (-19)    2-4    4-6    267    313

Keys (-68)    1-5    1-9    136    439

Westville (-82)    0-6    0-10    122    480

District 2A-8    Dist. Over

W-L    W-L    PF    PA

Commerce (97)    7-0    10-0    412    129

Salina (64)    6-1    8-2    334    124

Colcord (64)    5-2    7-3    342    100

Kansas (15)    4-3    6-4    344    246

Wyandotte (-15)    3-4    5-5    309    225

Hulbert (-63)    1-6    1-9    95    366

Ketchum (-75)    1-6    3-7    186    357

Quapaw (-87)    1-6    1-9    94    457

* District points in parentheses

District 5A-4

Week 10

Collinsville 33, Tahlequah 23

Coweta 13, Central 12

Claremore 51, Grove 12

Pryor 49, East Central 21

District 3A-7

Week 10

Lincoln Christian 35, Sequoyah 14

Locust Grove 54, Keys 24

Hilldale 66, Westville 22

Jay 40, Blackwell 16

District 2A-8

Ketchum 21, Hulbert 20

Commerce 54, Quapaw 14

Colcord 42, Wyandotte 6

Salina 47, Kansas 13

Week 10 area recaps

- Collinsville 33, Tahlequah 23: Brandon Conrad scored on a 12-yard run with 3:55 left to get Tahlequah within 26-23. However, Collinsville answered 14 seconds later on Zane McElroy’s 68-yard touchdown pass to Keenan Hamilton to put the game away. McElroy ran for 127 yards and Ryan Haymaker rushed for 112 yards for the Cardinals.

- Lincoln Christian 35, Sequoyah 14: The Bulldogs scored the first 21 points of the game and left little doubt about Sequoyah’s playoff prognosis early on. The Indians were within 28-14 with 9:32 left in the third quarter, but Cody Hooper’s 80-yard kickoff return would be the final points of the night for Sequoyah. Lincoln Christian’s offense torched Sequoyah in every facet of the game: Micah Wilson passed for four touchdowns, Justin Flewellen rushed for 127 yards and wide receivers, Tim Schwoegler and Alec Davidson, had 126 and 109 yards receiving, respectively.

- Locust Grove 54, Keys 24: Breezing to its 10th win of the season, Locust Grove had the game put away by halftime with a score of 54-8.

- Ketchum 21, Hulbert 20: The Riders led 20-7 in the third quarter, but Ketchum scored the final 14 points of the game. The Hulbert coaching staff failed to report any statistics or any additional details of the game.

Players of the week

- Colton Wright (Tahlequah) - The Tigers’ senior linebacker closed out his career with nine tackles and two tackles for loss on defense. On offense, he had three catches for 31 yards.

- Kourt McMillan (Tahlequah) - McMillan’s 20-yard touchdown reception late in the first half gave Tahlequah a 9-6 lead at halftime against Collinsville. He finished his final prep game with six catches for 82 yards.

- Justin Hooper (Sequoyah): The Indians’ sophomore tailback closed out his season with 146 yards on 25 carries. For the year, Hooper finished with 1,179 yards on 222 carries.

- Cody Hooper (Sequoyah): Four kickoff returns totaled 201 yards and a touchdown for Hooper against Lincoln Christian. On defense, he had five tackles, a fumble recovery and an interception.

- Dakota Matlock (Keys): The sophomore running back logged 147 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries. He wrapped up this year’s varsity campaign with 920 yards on the ground.

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