Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

September 17, 2013

Prep pigskin report

A weekly look inside high school football across the state.

High school football district standings

District 5A-4

Team        Dist    Ovr    PF    PA


                   W-L    W-L

Claremore    0-0    2-0    59    33

Collinsville    0-0    1-1    48    53

Pryor        0-0    1-1    37    35

Grove        0-0    1-1    51    34

Tahlequah    0-0    0-2    39    83

Central        0-0    0-2    33    106

Coweta        0-0    0-2    9    64

East Central    0-0    0-2    41    96

Week 2

Rogers (Ark.) 41, Tahlequah 6

Jay 13, Grove 9

Carl Albert 43, Coweta 7

Springdale (Ark.) 41, Central 6

Claremore 42, Miami 19

Catoosa 21, Collinsville 14

Wagoner 35, Pryor 13

Bartlesville 44, East Central 14

Week 3

Tahlequah at Sallisaw

Grove at Wagoner

Coweta at Bishop Kelley

Central at McLain

Claremore at McAlester

Collinsville at Oologah

Pryor at Miami

East Central at Booker T. Washington

District 3A-7

Team        Dist    Ovr    PF    PA

        W-L    W-L


Locust Grove    0-0    2-0    83    28

Sequoyah        0-0    1-1    78    60

Hilldale        0-0    1-1    46    47

Jay        0-0    1-1    20    22

Keys        0-0    0-2    7    81

Westville        0-0    0-2    13    92

Lincoln Christian    0-0    0-2    51    111

Week 2

Beggs 47, Sequoyah 33

Checotah 44, Keys 0

Jay 13, Grove 9

Locust Grove 54, Kansas 20

Fort Gibson 17, Hilldale 10

Holland Hall 35, Lincoln Christian 8

Colcord 47, Westville 7

Week 3

Sequoyah at Victory Christian

Keys at Eufaula

Hilldale at Beggs

Jay at McDonald County (Mo.)

Westville at Kansas

Christian Heritage at Lincoln Christian

Locust Grove at Stilwell

District 2A-8

Team        Dist    Ovr    PF    PA

        W-L    W-L


Colcord        0-0    2-0    66    7

Commerce    0-0    2-0    49    22

Kansas        0-0    1-1    58    57

Ketchum        0-0    1-1    39    40

Wyandotte    0-0    1-1    69    53

Salina        0-0    1-1    36    29

Hulbert        0-0    0-2    25    60

Quapaw        0-0    0-2    14    49

Week 2

Warner 20, Hulbert 19

Locust Grove 54, Kansas 20

Adair 53, Wyandotte 13

Colcord 47, Westville 7

Afton 25, Ketchum 6

Fairland 35, Quapaw 6

Salina 28, Inola 0

Commerce 42, Cherryvale (Kan.) 16

Week 3

Hulbert at Kiefer

Wyandotte at Caney Valley

Colcord at Sallisaw Central

Westville at Kansas

Ketchum at Fairland

Quapaw at Afton

Salina at Chelsea

Commerce vs. Oswego (Kan.)

Week 1 area recaps

- Rogers (Ark.) 41, Tahlequah 6:
A 14-6 game at halftime got out of hand in the second half, with Rogers wearing down Tahlequah with its triple-option running attack. The Mounties logged 261 rushing yards and converted on two crucial pass plays for 63 yards to cruise past the Tigers. Tahlequah was limited to 163 yards of total offense.

- Beggs 47, Sequoyah 33: Lane Bouse finished with 407 all-purpose yards to lead the Demons to a victory at Thompson Field. Sequoyah’s Zach Parish tied the game up at 33 with 8:39 left in the game on his 28-yard pass to Nick Kingfisher. Beggs then responded with 14 unanswered points to close out the game.

- Checotah 44, Keys 0: An early safety sent things spiraling in the wrong direction for the Cougars, who were shut out at home.

- Warner 20, Hulbert 19: The Riders piled up 277 rushing yards, led by Levi Carson’s 169 yards on 16 carries. Hulbert’s Johnathan Hamby scored on a 10-yard run with 30 seconds left, and all Hulbert had to do was make the extra point to potentially send the game into overtime. However, the point-after attempt fell short and Hulbert dropped to 0-2 on the year.

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