Tahlequah Daily Press

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October 19, 2012

Prep football scores

Results from Thursday

Ada 68, Harrah 27

Adair 34, Oklahoma Union 6

Afton 36, Porter Consolidated 0

Alex 44, Central High 18

Anadarko 42, Piedmont 3

Berryhill 33, Blackwell 13

Bethany 35, Prague 28

Blanchard 55, Mount St. Mary 14

Bluejacket 54, Kremlin-Hillsdale 22

Broken Arrow 36, Tulsa Edison 13

Broken Bow 35, Sallisaw 28

Caddo 41, Maysville 19

Canton 62, Medford 20

Carl Albert 62, Guymon 0

Cascia Hall 35, Fort Gibson 7

Cashion 36, Crescent 29

Catoosa 42, Tulsa Webster 20

Cement 28, Grandfield 20

Central Sallisaw 38, Canadian 8

Chandler 53, Kellyville 14

Checotah 47, Idabel 12

Cherokee 54, Timberlake 0

Chisholm 28, Pawnee 13

Claremore 21, Central 16

Coalgate 24, Marietta 19

Colcord 26, Ketchum 20

Commerce 14, Salina 6

Corn Bible Academy 48, Mountain View-Gotebo 0

Coweta 48, Grove 7

Coyle 52, Oaks 0

Crooked Oak 56, Dibble 40

Cushing 42, Perkins-Tryon 27

Cyril 64, Geary 20

Davenport 56, Cave Springs 6

Davis 60, Kingston 14

Deer Creek-Lamont 54, Claremore Christian 6

Del City 30, Chickasha 7

Dewar 48, Porum 0

Dewey 50, Locust Grove 32

Douglass 41, McLoud 17

Duncan 44, OKC Southeast 21

Edmond North 49, Moore 16

Eisenhower 70, OKC U.S. Grant 0

El Reno 42, Western Heights 9

Forgan 58, Buffalo 12

Fox 50, Waurika 14

Frederick 70, Hinton 3

Garber 68, Covington-Douglas 56

Guthrie 42, Deer Creek 35

Hartshorne 25, Gore 18

Healdton 49, Walters 13

Hennessey 47, Newkirk 0

Henryetta 18, Okmulgee 13

Hilldale 48, Keys (Park Hill) 0

Hobart 35, Comanche 14

Hollis 76, Sayre 20

Hominy 44, Summit Christian 18

Hooker 38, Mooreland 20

Jenks 52, Muskogee 3

Kansas 48, Wyandotte 20

Keota 48, Gans 8

Kiefer 60, Drumright 7

Kingfisher 47, Bethel 0

Laverne 64, Merritt 26

Lawton 54, Putnam West 6

Lexington 60, Tishomingo 22

Lincoln Christian 42, Westville 7

Lindsay 66, Riverside 0

Little Axe 22, Marlow 19

Lone Grove 46, Purcell 23

MacArthur 38, Altus 13

Mannford 47, Santa Fe South 0

Meeker 42, Mounds 0

Memorial 57, Skiatook 21

Metro Christian 46, Sperry 7

Millwood 47, OKC Northeast 0

Minco 48, Crossings Christian Academy 14

Morris 15, Inola 0

Morrison 50, Barnsdall 16

Mustang 55, Choctaw 35

Nowata 58, Regent Prep 6

Okeene 42, Beaver 22

Okemah 59, Konawa 20

Oklahoma Bible 7, Turpin 0

Oklahoma Christian Academy 34, Paoli 0

Oklahoma Christian School 35, Christian Heritage Academy 14

Owasso 48, Enid 7

Panama 21, Hugo 20

Pauls Valley 57, Atoka 41

Pawhuska 28, Chelsea 12

Perry 57, Luther 24

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 21, Carnegie 14

Pocola 43, Antlers 6

Ponca City 26, Booker T. Washington 23

Pond Creek-Hunter 47, Seiling 6

Poteau 41, Muldrow 21

Pryor 40, Tahlequah 13

Putnam City 18, Bixby 13

Ringling 42, Empire 14

Ringwood 63, Waukomis 32

Roland 44, Eufaula 15

Sand Springs 41, Stillwater 27

Sasakwa 38, Webbers Falls 36

Savanna 54, Quinton 6

Seminole 52, Bristow 21

Sequoyah Tahlequah 46, Jay 24

Sharon-Mutual 20, Balko 6

Shattuck 50, Goodwell 0

Shawnee 49, Durant 30

Snyder 20, Burns Flat-Dill City 14

Southwest Covenant 34, Maud 22

Spiro 42, Valliant 13

Star Spencer 40, Bridge Creek 9

Stigler 54, Heavener 7

Stroud 46, Haskell 0

Tecumseh 42, Glenpool 20

Temple 52, Duke 0

Texhoma 55, Fairview 14

Thackerville 64, Arkoma 18

Thomas Fay Custer 34, Cordell 0

Tipton 50, Ryan 0

Tonkawa 14, Alva 13

Tulsa East Central 36, Collinsville 26

Tyrone 48, Waynoka 0

Union 49, Bartlesville 14

Velma-Alma 36, Rush Springs 0

Verdigris 43, Sequoyah-Claremore 21

Vian 75, Wilburton 0

Victory Christian 35, Beggs 7

Vinita 34, Miami 8

Wagoner 40, Cleveland 24

Warner 51, Fairland 8

Washington 42, Mangum 14

Watts 15, Copan 0

Wayne 59, Wewoka 18

Weatherford 35, Elgin 9

Welch 26, Agra 18

Weleetka 48, Strother 22

Wellston 21, Holdenville 14

Wetumka 92, Bowlegs 46

Wilson 37, Bray-Doyle 12

Woodland 60, South Coffeyville 12

Woodward 38, Cache 28

Wynnewood 59, Stratford 7

Yukon 42, Midwest City 17

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