Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

November 2, 2012

High school football preview capsules

(Continued)

Keys at Locust Grove

Where: Leonard Yarborough Stadium (just off Highway 82).

Radio: Game will air tape delayed on KEOK, FM-102.1, immediately following the Tahlequah game.

Nicknames: Keys  Cougars; Locust Grove Pirates.

Coaches: Keys (Gary Willis, 73-46, 11th season); Locust Grove (Matt Hennesy, 4-5, first season).

Records: Keys 4-4 (3-2 District 3A-7); Locust Grove 4-5 (1-4).

Rankings: Neither team is ranked in Class 3A.

Series record: First meeting.

Last week: Keys 42, Jay 20; Lincoln Christian 55, Locust Grove 21.

News to know: Keys clinched a playoff berth last week with a win over Jay. ... The Cougars could wrap up the third spot in 3A-7 with a win or a Lincoln Christian loss.

Looking ahead: Keys will begin postseason play, while Locust Grove’s season will be done.

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