Tahlequah Daily Press

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October 18, 2013

Prep football scoreboard

High school football scores from Thursday night.

Ada 29, Glenpool 27

Adair 68, Chelsea 6

Afton 48, Foyil 6

Alva 20, Newkirk 7

Anadarko 18, Woodward 15

Antlers 61, Wilburton 12

Ardmore 24, Chickasha 3

Arkoma def. Boulevard Christian School, forfeit

Bartlesville 31, Stillwater 6

Beggs 49, Bethany 27

Berryhill 26, Sequoyah-Claremore 21

Bixby 35, Tulsa Edison 3

Blanchard 21, Jones 7

Bluejacket 60, Claremore Christian 12

Booker T. Washington 36, Owasso 20

Broken Arrow 52, Putnam City 21

Cascia Hall 26, Poteau 15

Cashion 55, Watonga 21

Catoosa 42, Vinita 7

Central 25, Tahlequah 23

Cherokee 46, Deer Creek-Lamont 0

Chisholm 40, Perry 12

Christian Heritage Academy 30, Luther 20

Cleveland 47, Miami 30

Colcord 27, Kansas 6

Collinsville 35, Coweta 28

Commerce 49, Ketchum 13

Copan 15, Agra 0

Cordell 41, Burns Flat-Dill City 14

Crescent 52, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 6

Cushing 48, Chandler 14

Davenport 46, Porum 0

Davis 47, OKC Legion 6

Deer Creek 51, Western Heights 7

Dewar 46, Gans 0

Dewey 40, Blackwell 16

Edmond Memorial 33, Choctaw 3

Elgin 44, Cache 34

Enid 56, Ponca City 28

Eufaula 54, Valliant 7

Fairland 18, Porter Consolidated 6

Fairview 47, Mooreland 13

Fort Gibson 34, Muldrow 0

Fox 35, Central High 24

Guthrie 52, El Reno 0

Harrah 50, Tecumseh 0

Hartshorne 55, Pocola 29

Hennessey 48, Pawnee 0

Henryetta 38, Kellyville 34

Hobart 69, Mangum 6

Hollis 40, Thomas Fay Custer 15

Hominy 26, Depew 22

Kingfisher 69, Oklahoma Centennial 18

Laverne 60, Garber 6

Lexington 50, Coalgate 16

Lincoln Christian 49, Keys (Park Hill) 16

Little Axe 56, Bridge Creek 6, OT

Locust Grove 42, Hilldale 41

MacArthur 71, Duncan 56

Mannford 42, McLoud 37

McAlester 59, Durant 29

Meeker 42, Wellston 0

Metro Christian 42, Verdigris 0

Millwood 60, Crooked Oak 33

Minco 61, Carnegie 0

Morrison 42, Drumright 6

Mount St. Mary 48, OKC Patriots 8

Mustang 63, Putnam West 28

OKC Northeast 59, Seeworth Academy 0

Okeene 14, Oklahoma Bible 6

Oklahoma Christian School 60, Dibble 18

Oklahoma Union 28, Liberty 6

Okmulgee 20, Morris 12

Panama 37, Quinton 0

Paoli 35, Waurika 21

Perkins-Tryon 48, Bristow 21

Pond Creek-Hunter 56, Merritt 8

Pryor 35, Claremore 26

Purcell 41, Dickson 6

Putnam North 50, OKC U.S. Grant 0

Ringling 41, Rush Springs 7

Ringwood 56, Medford 6

Roland 40, Idabel 27

Salina 41, Hulbert 13

Sallisaw 42, Stilwell 14

Sapulpa 31, Muskogee 15

Sasakwa 52, Midway 0

Seminole 46, Prague 20

Sequoyah Tahlequah 28, Sperry 7

Sharon-Mutual 48, Buffalo 0

Shawnee 42, Bishop Kelley 10

Skiatook 40, Noble 23

South Coffeyville 56, Welch 18

Stigler 22, Checotah 15

Stroud 22, Holdenville 6

Sulphur 19, Pauls Valley 14

Summit Christian 33, Warner 30

Talihina 52, Canadian 0

Thackerville 54, Bokoshe 6

Timberlake 45, Kremlin-Hillsdale 12

Tipton 64, Bray-Doyle 14

Tulsa East Central 45, Grove 21

Tuttle 44, Marlow 20

Union 63, Sand Springs 6

Velma-Alma 28, Walters 18

Vian 47, Hugo 0

Victory Christian 49, Inola 14

Wagoner 42, Oologah 28

Washington 44, Comanche 0

Weatherford 44, Elk City 14

Weleetka 63, Cave Springs 34

Wetumka 54, Strother 8

Wewoka 53, Stratford 31

Wyandotte 76, Quapaw 0

Yukon 35, Moore 14

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