Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

October 15, 2013

Prep pigskin report

A weekly look inside high school football across the state.

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District standings

District 5A-4    Dist. Ovr

W-L    W-L    PF    PA

Claremore (29)    3-0    5-1    203    172

Pryor (15)    3-0    4-2    155    150

Collinsville (11)    2-1    4-2    178    145

East Central (-6)    2-1    2-4    141    236

Coweta (7)    1-2    2-4    163    201

Tahlequah (-10)    1-2    1-5    147    210

Central (-17)    0-3    1-5    92    180

Grove (-29)    0-3    1-5    134    179

District 3A-7    Dist. Over

W-L    W-L    PF    PA

Locust Grove (34)  3-0    6-0    257    79

Hilldale (30)    2-0    5-1    249    109

Sequoyah (26)    2-1    3-3    211    166

Lincoln Chr. (0)    1-1    3-3    204    189

Keys (-8)    1-1    1-5    70    240

Westville (-37)    0-3    0-6    60    281

Jay (-45)    0-3    2-4    85    140

District 2A-8    Dist. Over

W-L    W-L    PF    PA

Commerce (45)    3-0    6-0    244    59

Salina (34)    3-0    5-1    172    68

Colcord (26)    2-1    4-2    196    53

Kansas (15)    2-1    4-2    237    166

Wyandotte (-15)    1-2    3-3    191    143

Quapaw (-28)    1-2    1-5    74    248

Ketchum (-32)    0-3    2-4    145    204

Hulbert (-45)    0-3    0-6    37    243

* District points in parentheses



District 5A-4

Week 6

Coweta 32, Tahlequah 13

Claremore 37, East Central 22

Collinsville 20, Central 12

Pryor 35, Grove 28

Week 7

Central at Tahlequah

Claremore at Pryor

Coweta at Collinsville

Grove at East Central

District 3A-7

Week 6

Sequoyah 41, Westville 6

Vian 55, Keys 13

Hilldale 37, Lincoln Christian 14

Locust Grove 40, Jay 3

Week 7

Lincoln Christian at Keys

Sperry at Sequoyah

Hilldale at Locust Grove

Jay at Westville

District 2A-8

Week 6

Commerce 50, Hulbert 0

Colcord 43, Quapaw 0

Kansas 60, Ketchum 27

Salina 28, Wyandotte 7

Week 7

Hulbert at Salina

Ketchum at Commerce

Colcord at Kansas

Wyandotte at Quapaw

Week 6 area recaps

- Coweta 32, Tahlequah 13: Coweta's initial 19-0 lead was cut to 19-13 at halftime after two Tahlequah scores (runs by David Dick and Brandon Conrad). Tahlequah, though, was blanked in the second half, and Coweta tacked on two scoring runs. Coweta finished the game with 429 rushing yards and nearly 500 yards of total offense.

- Sequoyah 41, Westville 6: The Indians piled up 577 yards of total offense against the overmatched Yellowjackets. Sequoyah scored the first six touchdowns of the game before allowing a garbage-time score with 91 seconds left in the contest.

- Vian 55, Keys 13: Eric Casey led Vian with 207 rushing yards and three touchdowns as the Wolverines continued their one-sided domination between the two rivals. Vian quarterback Riley Simon also ran for 147 yards, including a 66-yard touchdown run.

- Commerce 50, Hulbert 0: The Riders were limited to 83 yards of total offense in the loss. Commerce unloaded quickly in the first quarter, and the game was played with a continuous clock starting in the second period.

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