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October 26, 2013

Prep football scoreboard

High school football scores from around the state.

Scores from Thursday night

Apache 41, Anadarko JV 24

Bridge Creek 44, Star Spencer 25

Central 39, Claremore 21

Cookson Hills Christian 68, Midway 52

Destiny Christian 64, Windsor Hills 16

Dewar 57, Porum 12

Edmond North 49, Moore 13

Eisenhower 59, OKC U.S. Grant 6

Keota 62, Gans 12

Lawton 70, Putnam West 21

Midwest City 12, Yukon 9

Millwood 69, OKC Northeast 0

Ringwood 48, Waukomis 30

Shattuck 54, Goodwell 8

Scores from Friday night

Ada 29, Harrah 24

Adair 55, Oklahoma Union 0

Afton 49, Porter Consolidated 0

Alex 54, Central High 30

Allen 45, Macomb 14

Alva 34, Tonkawa 6

Anadarko 27, Piedmont 0

Antlers 42, Pocola 34

Ardmore 42, Capitol Hill 6

Berryhill 50, Blackwell 6

Bethany 41, Prague 14

Bixby 24, Putnam City 20

Blanchard 54, Mount St. Mary 21

Bluejacket 56, Kremlin-Hillsdale 36

Boise City 70, OKC Patriots 32

Booker T. Washington 51, Ponca City 0

Broken Arrow 70, Tulsa Edison 21

Buffalo 46, Word of Life, Kan. 36

Caney Valley 13, Chouteau-Mazie 6

Carl Albert 52, Guymon 7

Carnegie 51, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 16

Casady 35, Arlington Oakridge, Texas 14

Cascia Hall 34, Fort Gibson 28, OT

Cashion 23, Crescent 7

Catoosa 49, Tulsa Webster 12

Central Sallisaw 62, Canadian 12

Chandler 63, Kellyville 18

Checotah 42, Idabel 6

Cherokee 46, Timberlake 0

Chisholm 49, Pawnee 7

Christian Heritage Academy 20, Oklahoma Christian School 11

Clinton 52, Elk City 21

Colcord 48, Ketchum 0

Collinsville 55, Tulsa East Central 34

Commerce 30, Salina 15

Community Christian 14, Elmore City 6

Corn Bible Academy 48, Mountain View-Gotebo 24

Coweta 41, Grove 34

Coyle 38, Oaks 20

Crooked Oak 41, Dibble 28

Cushing 34, Perkins-Tryon 0

Cyril 52, Geary 50

Dallas Episcopal, Texas 56, Holland Hall 48

Davenport 46, Cave Springs 0

Davis 42, Kingston 21

Deer Creek-Lamont 46, Claremore Christian 0

Del City 14, Chickasha 12

Douglass 13, McLoud 7

Duncan 40, OKC Southeast 0

El Reno 21, Western Heights 12

Elgin 42, Weatherford 19

Fairview 21, Texhoma 14

Fox 56, Waurika 8

Frederick 40, Hinton 24

Garber 68, Covington-Douglas 16

Glenpool 56, Tecumseh 14

Guthrie 28, Deer Creek 3

Hartshorne 52, Gore 0

Healdton 20, Walters 18

Hennessey 32, Newkirk 0

Heritage Hall 41, Oklahoma Centennial 0

Hilldale 54, Keys (Park Hill) 20

Hobart 45, Comanche 0

Holdenville 49, Wellston 21

Hollis 53, Sayre 20

Hulbert 19, Quapaw 6

Inola 37, Morris 0

Jay 48, Sequoyah Tahlequah 14

Jenks 56, Muskogee 14

Jones 21, Tuttle 19

Kansas 33, Wyandotte 0

Kiefer 47, Drumright 8

Kingfisher 72, Bethel 0

Laverne 46, Merritt 0

Lexington 45, Tishomingo 23

Liberty 27, Foyil 12

Life Christian 44, Boulevard Christian School 28

Lighthouse Christian, Mo. 20, OKC Legion 6

Lincoln Christian 50, Westville 19

Locust Grove 58, Dewey 41

Lone Grove 56, Purcell 40

MacArthur 48, Altus 14

Madill 21, Sulphur 7

Mannford 50, Santa Fe South 7

Marietta 35, Coalgate 6

Marlow 55, Little Axe 21

Maysville 36, Caddo 22

McAlester 38, Bishop Kelley 10

McGuinness 41, OKC Northwest 18

Medford 54, Canton 14

Meeker 49, Mounds 7

Memorial 25, Skiatook 23

Metro Christian 46, Sperry 0

Miami 32, Vinita 27

Minco 49, Crossings Christian School 33

Mooreland 27, Hooker 13

Morrison 40, Barnsdall 8

Mustang 49, Choctaw 20

Newcastle 26, John Marshall 3

NOAH 49, Watonga 7

Noble 55, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 18

Norman 28, Edmond Santa Fe 14

Nowata 44, Regent Prep 15

Okeene 49, Beaver 14

Okeene 49, Forgan 14

Okemah 58, Konawa 14

Oklahoma Bible 28, Turpin 0

Oklahoma Christian Academy 58, Paoli 12

Okmulgee 39, Henryetta 7

Oologah 37, McLain/TSST 18

Owasso 35, Enid 20

Panama 37, Hugo 36

Pauls Valley 42, Atoka 17

Pawhuska 26, Chelsea 6

Perry 32, Luther 28

Plainview 70, Dickson 6

Pond Creek-Hunter 40, Seiling 16

Poteau 42, Muldrow 3

Pryor 41, Tahlequah 15

Putnam North 31, Norman North 21

Ringling 56, Empire 7

Roland 30, Eufaula 22

Sallisaw 56, Broken Bow 3

Sand Springs 44, Stillwater 41

Sasakwa 26, Webbers Falls 8

Savanna 33, Quinton 0

Seminole 54, Bristow 0

Sequoyah-Claremore 62, Verdigris 6

Sharon-Mutual 34, Balko 22

Shawnee 56, Durant 44

Snyder 32, Burns Flat-Dill City 18

Southmoore 17, Edmond Memorial 3

Southwest Covenant 20, Maud 19

Spiro 40, Valliant 0

Stigler 61, Heavener 7

Stilwell 21, Tulsa Rogers 12

Stroud 35, Haskell 7

Summit Christian 20, Hominy 14

Talihina 39, Haileyville 0

Temple 46, Duke 0

Thackerville 66, Arkoma 22

Thomas Fay Custer 49, Cordell 13

Tipton 54, Ryan 0

Union 58, Bartlesville 0

Velma-Alma 30, Rush Springs 20

Vian 61, Wilburton 14

Victory Christian 48, Beggs 28

Wagoner 28, Cleveland 21

Warner 36, Fairland 14

Washington 48, Mangum 12

Watts 48, Copan 0

Wayne 22, Wewoka 15

Waynoka 24, Tyrone 14

Welch 36, Wesleyan (Bartlesville) Christian 28

Weleetka 54, Strother 28

Westmoore 26, Sapulpa 23

Wetumka 46, Bowlegs 0

Wilson 56, Bray-Doyle 26

Woodland 56, South Coffeyville 6

Woodward 54, Cache 12

Wynnewood 19, Stratford 0

Yale 22, Depew 14

 

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