Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

November 12, 2013

Prep pigskin report

A weekly look inside high school football across the state.

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Around the state

- Muskogee 46, Bixby 42: Tramal Ivy capped his Rougher career in style, logging four sacks on defense and five catches for 272 yards and three touchdowns on offense. It was Ivy’s 92-yard touchdown reception from Quintahj Cherry with 7:31 left in the fourth quarter that gave Muskogee the lead for good.

- Booker T. Washington 37, Bartlesville 24: The Hornets bounced back from a loss to Union by racing out to a 30-2 lead by halftime against the Bruins.

- Broken Arrow 20, Westmoore 10: The Tigers scored the final 20 points of the game to come from behind and wrap up the No. 2 spot in District 6A-2.

- Claremore 51, Grove 12: Dustin Basks befuddled Grove all night, scoring four touchdowns in three different ways. Basks had two receiving touchdowns, a 77-yard punt return for a touchdown and a 99-yard interception return for a score. Add Derrick Reliford’s 130-yard rushing performance into the mix and the Zebras locked up the No. 3 spot in District 5A-4.

- McAlester 70, Memorial 39: Dalton Wood returned from an injury and lead McAlester with 402 yards of offense. The Buffaloes led 56-27 at halftime. Wood had 277 yards passing and 125 yards rushing.

- Pryor 49, East Central 21: Quarterback Brennon Barth scored seven touchdowns for Pryor, who bounced back from a loss to Collinsville to sew up the No. 2 spot in District 5A-4. Barth rushed for 312 yards, and Pryor finished the night with 510 yards on 80 carries.

- Skiatook 34, Bishop Kelley 16: The Bulldogs tallied 27 fourth-quarter points to squeak into the 5A playoffs. Beau Wooden’s 20-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter gave Skiatook the lead for good.

- Douglass 30, Ada 18: Douglass’ Dameko Doddles scored on a 51-yard touchdown reception from Patrick McKaufman to break an 18-all tie and give Douglass the lead with 1:27 left in the game. Moments later, Doddles recorded a 53-yard interception for a touchdown to put the game away. With the win, Douglass claimed the title in District 4A-2.

- Sallisaw 47, Fort Gibson 28: The Black Diamonds turned six Fort Gibson turnovers into five touchdowns to secure the No. 3 spot in District 4A-4. Fort Gibson dropped to the fourth spot in 4A-4. Cale Wilson rushed for 131 yards on 21 carries for Sallisaw.

- Wagoner 31, Vinita 15: The Bulldogs capped off an undefeated regular season by capitalizing on Lawrence Evitt’s 117 rushing yards. Wagoner finished the regular season 10-0 with a District 4A-3 title and will host Fort Gibson in the opening round of the playoffs.

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