Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

November 19, 2012

Cougar slayers

Led by Matt Woolslayer, Metro Christian manhandles Keys in second-round playoff matchup.


Metro Christian 42, Keys 14

KEYS            0       0       7       7     --     14

MC             14     14       7     14     --     42

First quarter

METRO CHRISTIAN — Matt Woolslayer 2-yard run (Seth Lapo kick), 6:13.

METRO CHRISTIAN — Jake Koenig 23-yard pass from Woolslayer (Lapo kick), 5:52.

Second quarter

METRO CHRISTIAN — Woolslayer 4-yard run (Lapo kick), 7:14.

METRO CHRISTIAN — Woolslayer 3-yard run (Lapo kick), 2:01.

Third quarter

METRO CHRISTIAN — Danny Burke 48-yard pass from Woolslayer (Lapo kick), 8:56.

KEYS — Trevor Eubanks 53-yard run (JJ Ozturk kick), 7:30.

Fourth quarter

METRO CHRISTIAN — Burke 21-yard pass from Woolslayer (Lapo kick), 7:50.

KEYS — Eubanks 4-yard run (Ozturk kick), 1:14.


First downs    11    17

  Rush    8    6

  Pass    3    11

  Penalty    0    0

Rush Att-Yds      33-185    32-130

Pass Comp.    9    18

Pass Att.    17    23

INT’s thrown    1    1

Passing Yards    79    233

Total Yards    264    363

Punts-Avg.          3-30.3    2-36.0

Fumbles-Lost    3-3    2-0

Penalties-Yds    4-17    6-55

Individual Stats


Keys: Trevor Eubanks 13-103, Cody Cole 17-87, TEAM 2-(-5); Metro Christian: Matt Woolslayer 17-101, Cash Jackson 8-16, Eyan Graybill 5-15, Brody Wagner 2-(-2).


Keys: Eubanks 9-17-1 79; Metro Christian: Woolslayer 18-23-1 233


Keys: Tyler Blankenship 3-47, Cole 2-8, Tyler Hunter 2-8, Rylan Davenport 2-16; Metro Christian: Danny Burke 5-82, Connor Drake 4-49, Alex Schmitz 2-19, Jake Koenig 2-33, Jackson 2-29, Brody Schmidt 1-6, Graybill 1-9, Greg Chapman 1-6.

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