Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

October 29, 2013

Prep pigskin report

A weekly look inside high school football across the state.

District standings

District 5A-4    Dist. Ovr

W-L    W-L    PF    PA

Pryor (39)    5-0    6-2    231    191

Collinsville (30)    4-1    6-2    268    207

Claremore (2)    3-2    5-3    250    246

East Central (-6)    3-2    3-5    220    312

Coweta (7)    2-3    3-5    232    270

Central (0)    2-3    3-5    156    224

Tahlequah (-27)    1-4    1-7    185    276

Grove (-45)    0-5    1-7    189    265

District 3A-7    Dist. Over

W-L    W-L    PF    PA

Locust Grove (35)  4-0    8-0    357    161

Hilldale (44)    3-1    6-2    344    171

Lincon Chr. (30)    3-1    5-3    303    224

Sequoyah (11)    2-2    4-4    253    221

Jay (-15)    2-3    4-4    178    160

Keys (-38)    1-3    1-7    106    343

Westville (-67)    0-5    0-8    85    376

District 2A-8    Dist. Over

W-L    W-L    PF    PA

Commerce (75)    5-0    8-0    323    87

Salina (34)    4-1    6-2    228    111

Colcord (26)    3-2    5-3    228    102

Kansas (15)    3-2    5-3    276    193

Wyandotte (-15)    2-3    4-4    267    176

Quapaw (-27)    2-3    2-6    123    300

Hulbert (-47)    1-4    1-7    69    290

Ketchum (-61)    0-5    2-6    158    301

* District points in parentheses

District 5A-4

Week 8

Pryor 41, Tahlequah 15

Central 39, Claremore 21

Coweta 41, Grove 34

Collinsville 55, East Central 34

Week 9

Tahlequah at East Central

Central at Grove

Coweta at Claremore

Collinsville at Pryor

District 3A-7

Week 8

Jay 48, Sequoyah 14

Hilldale 54, Keys 20

Lincoln Christian 50, Westville 19

Locust Grove 58, Dewey 41

Week 9

Hilldale at Sequoyah

Jay at Keys

Lincoln Christian at Locust Grove

Westville at Adair

District 2A-8

Week 8

Hulbert 19, Quapaw 6

Commerce 30, Salina 15

Kansas 33, Wyandotte 0

Colcord 48, Ketchum 0

Week 9

Kansas at Hulbert

Ketchum at Wyandotte

Commerce at Colcord

Quapaw at Salina

Week 8 area recaps

- Pryor 41, Tahlequah 15:
Pryor continued its District 5A-4 dominance by piling up 355 rushing yards on 44 carries. Pryor quarterback Brennon Barth logged 193 yards and three touchdowns, and running back Matt McGouldrick added 148 yards and two touchdowns to coast at Doc Wadley Stadium. For Tahlequah, its first points came on a safety in the fourth quarter, when it was already behind 28-0.

- Jay 48, Sequoyah 14: The Bulldogs hammered away at Sequoyah's defense, which had been good against three subpar opponents in the weeks leading up to the District 3A-7 showdown. Jay logged 401 yards on offense, including 105 by running back Christian Duffield. Jay led 25-14 at halftime and put the game away with a 16-0 third period.

- Hilldale 54, Keys 20: The Hornets raced out to a 48-0 halftime lead. Hilldale quarterback Chandler Puckett completed seven of eight passes for 123 yards and a touchdown, which went to Bradley Campbell, who had five catches for 77 yards.

- Hulbert 19, Quapaw 6: The Riders' defense stifled Quapaw all night, holding the Wildcats to 98 yards of total offense. Hulbert went up 12-0 in the third quarter and never looked back. The Riders logged 319 rushing yards in the game.

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