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Prep Sports

October 4, 2013

Week 5 prep football capsules



No. 3 Vian at Antlers


Records: Antlers 2-2, 0-1; Vian 4-0, 1-0.

Last week: Hartshorne 40, Antlers 0; Vian 57, Pocola 0.

Last meeting: Vian 62, Antlers 3 (2012).

Series record: Vian leads, 4-1.

Notes: It took Vian four games to score 50 points in a game – the longest stretch to start a season since 2007..


Wyandotte at Hulbert
(7 p.m.)

Records: Hulbert 0-4, 0-1; Wyandotte 2-2, 0-1.

Last week: Colcord 56, Hulbert 6; Commerce 56, Wyandotte 21.

Last meeting: Wyandotte 28, Hulbert 7 (2012).

Series record: Wyandotte leads, 3-0.

Notes: Hulbert is averaging just over 8 points per game – the third fewest in Class 2A.



Gore at Canadian

Records: Canadian 1-2, 1-0; Gore 0-4, 0-1.

Last week: Central 49, Gore 28; Canadian 32, Haileyville 13.

Last meeting: Gore 58, Canadian 0 (2012).

Series record: Gore leads, 1-0.

Notes: Gore is 0-4 for the first time since 2002.


Warner at Porter

Records: Porter 1-3, 0-0; Warner 2-2, 1-0.

Last week: Kiefer 50, Porter 0; Warner 36, Foyil 8.

Last meeting: Warner 40, Porter 6 (2012).

Series record: Warner leads, 7-2.

Notes: Warner has won the last two meetings and six of the last seven.


Porum at No. 3 Wetumka

Records: Wetumka 4-0, 3-0; Porum 3-1, 2-1.

Last week: Wetumka 78, Cave Springs 50; Porum 50, Gans 20.

Last meeting: Wetumka 56, Porum 20 (2012).

Series record: Wetumka leads, 2-1.

Notes:  Wetumka is averaging 56 points a game which is highest in Class B.


Midway at Bokoshe

Records: Bokoshe 0-4, 0-3; Midway 0-4, 0-3.

Last week: Webbers Falls 48, Bokoshe 0; SW Covenant 82, Midway 34.

Last meeting: Midway 52, Bokoshe 6 (2012).

Series record: Midway leads, 7-0.

Notes: The 82 points given up last week were the second most in school history.

No. 4 Thackerville at  Webbers Falls

Records: Webbers Falls 3-1, 2-0; Thackerville 3-0, 1-0.

Last week: Webbers Falls 48, Bokoshe 0; Thackerville 48, Maud 0.

Last meeting: Thackerville 42, Webbers Falls 17 (2012).

Series record: Thackerville leads, 1-0.

Notes: Last week’s shutout win is the fourth straight season the Warriors have shut out at least one opponent.


Compiled by Tommy Cobb

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