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September 21, 2013

Area prep football roundup

STIGLER 41, HARTSHORNE 27 – The Panthers (2-1) rolled past Hartshorne as Seth Sandlin had 450 total yards and six touchdowns. He rushed for 187 yards and scored on runs of 70, 3 and 1 yards. Sandlin also threw for three touchdowns on passes of 20 and five yards to Trace Jackson and 40 yards to Dylan Bryant.

EUFAULA 49, KEYS 22 – The Ironheads (2-1) had a good night on the ground as they had three 100-yard rushers on the night. Casey Pryor led all rushers with 174 yards. Shane Moore had 119 yards on 14 carries and two touchdowns. Trey Moore added 105 yards on 11 carries with two TDs . Dillon Larkin added the other touchdown for Eufaula with a 51-yard pass to Brandon Mullins. No stats available at press time for Keys.

WAGONER 35, GROVE 14 – The Bulldogs (3-0) got behind star running back Lawrence Evitt and he ran for 204 yards on 15 carries and three touchdowns. Evitt scored on runs of 63 yards, 33 yards and 22 yards. Jake Woodson threw for 122 yards, including a 15-yard touchdown to A.J. Freeth. Wagoner’s other score came in the first half when Devin Hawkins recovered a fumble and scampered 56 yards for a touchdown.

CHOUTEAU 36, PORTER 20 – The Pirates (1-2) were led by Dean Van Vors’ 36-yard touchdown pass to Darius Steele. Steele also scored on a 90-yard fumble recovery and Van Vors’ one-yard quarterback sneak.

SPIRO 55, HASKELL 6 – The Haymakers (1-2) were led by Kanyon Kelley’s seven carries for 59 yards rushing and the lone touchdown on a four-yard run.

PANAMA 29, WARNER 6 – The Eagles (0-3) struggled against Panama as the only score for Warner came on Kent Kite’70-yard kickoff return.

HEAVENER 13, GORE 7 – The Pirates (0-3) had a slow night as their only score came on a 45-yard run by quarterback Wade Shanks.

VICTORY CHRISTIAN 62, SEQUOYAH 24 — Victory Christian running back Jalen Wood unloaded on the Sequoyah defense for five touchdowns as the Conquerors romped to a win over the Indians at Victory Stadium on Friday night.

Wood would score on runs 45, 17, 55, 1 and 16 yards as the Conquerors rolled to a 41-12 lead by halftime.  Wood ran for 291 yards on 20 carries.

Sequoyah got on the board on the final play of the first quarter on a seven-yard run by quarterback Zach Parrish, cutting the deficit to 13-6.

The Indians would get no closer and 20-12 on a 19-yard touchdown pass from Parrish to Nick Kingfisher with 9:20 left in the first half.

Victory clinched the win on a 37-yard pass from Keats Calhoon to Jacoby Hicks, padding the Conquerors’ lead to 41-12.

Sequoyah is 1-2 for the season and opens District 3A-7 play at home next Friday against Locust Grove.

WEBBERS FALLS 58, MIDWAY 12 — At Webbers Falls, Warriors quarterback Darren Shanks threw for four touchdowns and rank for another in leading the way to the District C-4 win, giving coach Steven Corn a victory over the team he left last year.

“It was a great win for our kids, and I thought my former players played well. We knew their weakness is speed to the edge and we took advantage of that, but I thought they played hard,” Corn said.

Shanks threw a pair of three-yard tosses to Taylor Stephens and Dillin Coleman and two to Dusty Mason for 31 and 34 yards. Shanks also ran a 17-yard TD.

Webbers led 50-6 at the half.

Midway’s Casey Scruggs connected with Jordan Wahlala for 44 yards late in the first half and Devin Barnes added a second-half score on a 36-yard run before Coleman ended the game on the mercy rule with a 26-yard TD.

Webbers is 2-1, 1-0 in C-4. Midway is 0-3 and 0-2.

VIAN 25, MULDROW 13 – The No. 5 Wolverines (3-0) got past Muldrow on the running of Eric Casey who had 23 carries for 164yards and three touchdowns. Casey’s touchdowns came on a 13-yard run, a 66-yard run and an eight-yard run. Rylee Simon went 5-for-12 for 78-yards and rushed for a 42-yard touchdown run.

WELEETKA 28, PORUM 14 – The Panthers (1-1) (2-1) got doubled up on as they fell to Weleetka in District B-4. The Panthers scores came from Darren Bollman on a 26-yard run and a two-yard run from Dakota Wright.

KEIFER 43, HULBERT 6 – The Riders (1-2) got their lone touchdown when defensive lineman Dakota Hicks recovered a fumble and returned it 30 yards.

JOPLIN, MO. 57, BOULEVARD CHRISTIAN 12 – No stats available at press time.

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