- Booker T. Washington 51, East Central 17: The Hornets racked up 277 rushing yards and 400 yards of total offense. Deonta Owens led Booker T. Washington on the ground with 184 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries. Booker T. Washington scored 21 of the first 24 points and outscored the Cardinals 27-7 in the second half.
- Jenks 45, Owasso 28: Owasso scored first on Cole Neph’s 12-yard reception from Gabe Neph, but Jenks would lead 19-14 at halftime. The two clubs would alternate touchdowns in the third quarter before the Trojans blanked Owasso in the fourth period. Jenks’ Cooper Nunley threw for four touchdowns and ran for another.
- Union 38, Broken Arrow 24: The Tigers dominated the first quarter, outscoring Union 14-0. But the Redskins would take over the rest of the way, scoring 38 of the final 45 points in the game. Union tailback Tyler Adkins ran for 234 yards in the end with 173 yards and three touchdowns coming in the second half.
- Catoosa 27, Fort Gibson 26: Daniel Mielnik missed a 42-yard field goal on the final play of the game, and Catoosa survived on the road. Catoosa went on top for good on Caleb Wilsey’s 6-yard touchdown run with 59 seconds left in the game. Michael Richey (127) and J.R. Singleton (100) both surpassed the century mark for Fort Gibson on the ground.
- Hilldale 61, Beggs 27: Hunter Woods took over as Hilldale’s primary running back after Seth Reheard went down with an injury and finished with 128 yards and five touchdowns on 24 carries. Hornet quarterback Chandler Puckett also turned in a near-flawless performance, completing 10 of 11 passes for 144 yards and a touchdown.
- Millwood 34, Adair 7: Cameron Batson was a part of four different touchdowns for the Falcons, who ventured from the Oklahoma City area to northeast Oklahoma to play the game. Adair wasn’t able to score against Millwood until the fourth quarter. Batson rounded out the game with 219 yards and three touchdowns through the air while also running for 60 yards and a touchdown.