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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They said it

“Our best days as a football program are ahead of us.” -- Sequoyah head coach Shane Richardson.

Games of the week

- Booker T. Washington at Broken Arrow: The winner here has a solid chance of meeting up with Union in the semifinals.

- Skiatook at Pryor: A come-from-behind victory over Bishop Kelley propelled Skiatook into the playoffs, and now the Bulldogs get to face Brennon Barth and Pryor’s high-powered running game.

- Del City at Carl Albert: Del City dealt Lawton MacArthur its only loss in district play, but the Eagles slipped all the way to third in 5A-1. Now tough first-round test awaits in at Carl Albert, which is roughly seven miles from Del City High School.

- Bishop McGuinness at Ardmore: McGuinness’ only two losses in district play were to Guthrie and Carl Albert, and Irish get a Ardmore team that lost to MacArthur last week.

- Fort Gibson at Wagoner: In 2011, Wagoner won the Class 4A state championship. That year the Bulldogs started the playoffs with a win over Fort Gibson in the first round. That’s a good omen.

- Sallisaw at Oologah: Sallisaw’s only two losses were to Greenwood (Ark.) and Poteau (4A-4 champion). Oologah’s three losses were to 4A No. 2 Wagoner and two 5A teams (Claremore and Collinsville). Basically, one solid team will have to bow out of the playoffs after only one game.

- Lincoln Christian at Stigler: Is three-headed monster of Micah Wilson, Justin Flewellen and Tim Schwoegler enough to get the Bulldogs past Stigler?

- Claremore-Sequoyah at Beggs: Daniel Moniz has returned as Claremore-Sequoyah’s quarterback, but now the Eagles will have to deal with Beggs’ pair of 1,000-yard rushers, Kerry Daniels and Lane Bouse.

- Cushing at Jones: The Tigers have suffered back-to-back losses and now have to venture out onto the road for the playoffs. The key will be getting Gage Stallworth back in high gear.

- Colcord at Nowata: The Ironmen’s offense has been in full throttle lately, but Colcord’s defense is allowing an average of 10 points a game.

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High School Sports
  • Date set for Keys football physicals

    Before scheduled practices can begin in order to prepare for the season, players must first receive a physical.
    Next Tuesday, Aug. 5, Keys High School will be administering physicals in the high school cafeteria.

    July 31, 2014

  • Keys-Dakota.jpg Playing both sides of the line

    Recently, Keys High School football standout Dakota Matlock was nearly severely injured in a terrifying car wreck.

    Matlock is coming off a stellar gridiron season for Keys High School. On offense, Matlock ran for over 1,000 yards for the Cougars. In his sophomore season, Matlock led Keys in tackles from the safety position.

    July 30, 2014 1 Photo

  • Hooper.jpg Sparking the flame

    Sequoyah High School’s Justin Hooper looking to lead this year

    Last season was Justin’s last chance to play alongside Cody at Sequoyah High School.
    Justin had to battle to win the Indians starting tailback. The coaching staff did not know who was going to be the Indians starting running back coming into fall practice.

    July 29, 2014 1 Photo

  • Johnson, East win easily at All-State

    Jake Johnson was able to hold off Lawton MacArthur’s Trent Meisel at the Class 5A state tournament in May. On Monday at the All-State tournament at Cherokee Hills Golf Club, Johnson had it much easier against Meisel.

    July 29, 2014

  • TAH-MORGAN.jpg Brett’s ball club

    Brett Morgan taking over as Tahlequah’s softball coach

    July 15, 2014 2 Photos

  • Morgan taking over as Tahlequah’s softball coach

    July 14, 2014

  • -1.tif Playing through pain

    Tahlequah's Chase Campbell playing football despite an injured shoulder

    July 11, 2014 1 Photo

  • o'donnell3.jpg Randee repairs shoulder

    Former Tahlequah standout Randee O’Donnell has shoulder operation before starting college career

    July 1, 2014 2 Photos

  • OSSAA to coaches: No more criticism of officials

    June 27, 2014

  • Benson.jpg Former Tahlequah coach hired at Duncan

    June 25, 2014 1 Photo

Poll

Do you think "blue laws" related to Sunday alcohol sales in Oklahoma should be relaxed? Choose the option that most closely reflects your opinion.

Alcoholic drinks should be sold Sundays in restaurants and bars, and liquor stores should be open.
Alcoholic drinks should be sold Sundays in restaurants and bars only; liquor stores should stay closed.
Liquor stores should be open Sundays, but drinks should not be served anywhere on Sundays.
The law should remain as it is now; liquor stores should be closed, and drinks should be served on Sundays according to county option.
No alcohol should be sold or served publicly on Sundays.
Undecided.
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