Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

November 5, 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 (38)    5-1    6-3    250    211

Collinsville (31)    5-1    7-2    288    226

Claremore (9)    4-2    6-3    281    270

East Central (-5)    4-2    4-5    248    339

Coweta (0)    2-4    3-6    256    301

Central (-6)    2-4    3-6    170    244

Tahlequah (-28)    1-5    1-8    212    304

Grove (-39)    1-5    2-7    209    279

District 3A-7    Dist. Over

W-L    W-L    PF    PA

Locust Grove (50)  5-0    9-0    437    202

Hilldale (59)    4-1    7-2    401    171

Lincoln Chr. (15)    3-2    5-4    344    304

Jay (0)    3-3    5-4    220    166

Sequoyah (-4)    2-3    4-5    253    278

Keys (-53)    1-4    1-8    112    385

Westville (-67)    0-5    0-9    100    414

District 2A-8    Dist. Over

W-L    W-L    PF    PA

Commerce (82)    6-0    9-0    358    115

Salina (49)    5-1    7-2    287    111

Colcord (49)    4-2    6-3    300    94

Kansas (30)    4-2    6-3    331    199

Wyandotte (0)    3-3    5-4    303    183

Hulbert (-62)    1-5    1-8    75    345

Quapaw (-72)    1-5    1-8    80    403

Ketchum (-76)    0-6    2-7    165    337

* District points in parentheses

District 5A-4

Week 9

East Central 28, Tahlequah 27

Claremore 31, Coweta 24

Collinvsille 20, Pryor 19

Grove 20, Central 14

Week 10

Collinsville at Tahlequah

Claremore at Grove

Coweta at Central

East Central at Pryor

District 3A-7

Week 9

Hilldale 57, Sequoyah 0

Jay 42, Keys 6

Locust Grove 80, Lincoln Christian 41

Adair 38, Westville 15

Week 10

Locust Grove at Keys

Sequoyah at Lincoln Christian

Westville at Hilldale

Jay at Blackwell

District 2A-8

Week 9

Kansas 55, Hulbert 6

Commerce 35, Colcord 28

Salina 59, Quapaw 0

Wyandotte 36, Ketchum 7

Week 10

Hulbert at Ketchum

Commerce at Quapaw

Salina at Kansas

Wyandotte at Colcord

Week 9 area recaps

- East Central 28, Tahlequah 27: Opting to go for a fourth-and-inches late in the game, Tahlequah came up short against the Cardinals when Brandon Conrad was stood up at the line of scrimmage with 44 seconds left in the contest. The Tigers could have kicked a 26-yard field goal, but decided against it after two missed point-after attempts earlier in the game. Tahlequah led 21-7 at halftime, but East Central came storming back, thanks to quarterback Tre’von Cherry, who rushed and passed for touchdowns.

- Hilldale 57, Sequoyah 0: The Hornets put the game away with a 31-point second quarter to take a 37-0 lead at halftime. Sequoyah turned the ball over three times and logged only 105 yards of total offense. Hilldale quarterback Chandler Puckett ran for 100 yards and threw four touchdown passes through the air.

- Jay 42, Keys 6: A long touchdown pass by Dakota Matlock was the only score the Cougars cashed in on against the Bulldogs, who held Keys to 171 yards on offense. Christian Duffield and Derick Shrum both scored two touchdowns apiece for Jay.

- Kansas 55, Hulbert 6: The Riders led early on when Brandon Thompson scored on a 1-yard touchdown run. However, that’s all the points Hulbert would get. Kansas, which racked up 480 yards on offense, was led by Jared Hogshooter, who passed for 334 yards and four touchdowns.

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