Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

September 7, 2013

Prep football scoreboard

High school football scores from Sept. 5-6

Adair 53, Kellyville 0

Alex 56, Weleetka 36

Allen 52, Wetumka 8

Anadarko 73, Chickasha 14

Antlers 13, Valliant 8

Apache 51, Walters 12

Ardmore 36, Ada 21

Balko 60, Moscow, Kan. 14

Barnsdall 20, Caney Valley 7

Beggs 41, Bristow 7

Bishop Kelley 31, Bartlesville 24

Bixby 32, Garden City, Kan. 27

Blanchard 46, Bethany 14

Broken Arrow 37, Owasso 16

Broken Bow 41, Idabel 7

Cache 35, Frederick 12

Caddo def. Canadian, forfeit

Cascia Hall 33, Holland Hall 32

Central High 36, Mountain View-Gotebo 20

Checotah 21, Morris 15

Cherokee 50, Buffalo 0

Choctaw 41, Enid 28

Clayton, N.M. 40, Hooker 6

Colcord 19, Haskell 0

Collinsville 34, Skiatook 32

Commerce 7, Mt. Vernon, Mo. 6

Community Christian 40, Drumright 6

Coyle 40, Covington-Douglas 0

Crooked Oak 27, Mount St. Mary 21

Crossings Christian School 38, Burns Flat-Dill City 0

Cushing 47, Mannford 32

Davenport 60, Oklahoma Christian Academy 12

Davis 34, Ringling 28

Deer Creek 35, Piedmont 3

Del City 52, Tulsa East Central 27

Depew 46, Porter Consolidated 8

Destiny Christian 46, Southwest Covenant 28

Dibble 28, Minco 20

Dickson 26, Kingston 22

Douglass 24, Booker T. Washington 21

Edmond Memorial 13, Edmond North 0

Elk City 44, Watonga 27

Elkhart, Kan. 44, Turpin 13

Elmore City 54, Bray-Doyle 0

Empire 48, Snyder 12

Eufaula 27, Sperry 0

Fairview 34, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 0

Fort Gibson 42, Tahlequah 33

Fox 72, Temple 26

Garber 64, Waynoka 20

Glenpool 44, Berryhill 19

Grandfield 54, OKC Patriots 26

Greenwood, Ark. 49, Sallisaw 3

Grove 42, Miami 21

Gruver, Texas 14, Texhoma 8

Guthrie 46, Duncan 6

Hartshorne 20, Henryetta 0

Hennessey 28, Christian Heritage Academy 14

Hilldale 36, Stigler 30

Hinton 23, Cordell 22

Hobart 39, Carnegie 7

Hollis 56, Mangum 0

Hugo 51, Atoka 0

Kansas 38, Central Sallisaw 3

Keota 62, Arkoma 38

Ketchum 27, Foyil 15

Kiefer 26, Afton 24

Kingfisher 47, Guymon 0

Konawa 19, Savanna 18

Laverne 44, Shattuck 18

Lawton 63, Eisenhower 9

Lexington 48, OKC Legion 20

Lincoln, Ark. 45, Westville 6

Little Axe 44, Santa Fe South 0

Luther 47, Wellston 0

Macomb 3, Sasakwa 0

Madill 26, Tishomingo 21

Marietta 30, Wilson 7

Marlow 61, Lone Grove 21

Maysville 45, Woodland 0

McAlester 48, Stillwater 34

McLain/TSST 62, OKC Northeast 0

McLoud 69, Bethel 21

Meeker 41, Prague 13

Memorial 67, Central 25

Merritt 44, Corn Bible Academy 6

Metro Christian 14, Oklahoma Christian School 13

Mooreland 27, Sayre 6

Morrison 20, Pawnee 6

Newcastle 42, Pauls Valley 10

Noble 35, Tecumseh 7

Nowata 44, Dewey 6

Oaks 52, Bokoshe 6

Okeene 26, Cashion 14

Oklahoma Centennial 22, Capitol Hill 6

Oklahoma Union 12, Quapaw 8

Perkins-Tryon 23, Jones 14

Perry 21, Blackwell 6

Plainview 19, Tuttle 14

Porum 14, Webbers Falls 6

Poteau 43, Durant 42

Pryor 24, Catoosa 0

Purcell 41, Lindsay 20

Putnam City 34, Putnam North 6

Regent Prep 23, Pocola 20

Rejoice Christian School 54, Dewar 12

Ringwood 84, Timberlake 44

Rolla, Kan. 42, Tyrone 36

Ryan 24, Waurika 14

Sand Springs 39, Muskogee 14

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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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