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Hilldale sophomore running back Eric Virgil had a busy night of playmaking for Hilldale — rushing, receiving and returning kicks.

WAGONER – Wagoner and Oologah had built somewhat of a rivalry over the years battling for district and even state championships. Although the Bulldogs have dominated the series, the games were intense.

Gore 49, Hulbert 6 — The Pirates kept their record unblemished (6-0) overall and remain on top of District A-8 at 5-0 with Friday’s win. The Riders drop to 0-4 over all, 0-2 in district.

OK, so it’s not 2014.There’s no 10-0 season in the making anymore at Fort Gibson, and not even a cold, hard reality of a playoff battle in play. As of Tuesday, the post- season is now an open tournament. Because, while it’s not 2014, it is 2020, and we all know what 2020 has been about.Still…

A blitzing Sallisaw defense registered seven sacks, turning one into a scoop and score, and Hilldale’s rushing game was pretty much non-existent in the Black Diamonds’ 40-21 win in the Hornets’ backyard last year.

The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association officially added a week 11 for every team in the state that so chooses to join an open-playoff field.

Here is The Associated Press' Oklahoma high school football poll with first place votes in parentheses, records, points and ranking in last week's poll, records through October 19. Points for classes A through 5A based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 scoring. Points for 6A (Division I & II), cla…

Recent holes in one at Muskogee Golf Club:

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CHOCTAW — It was inspired football, but laced with enough missed opportunities and mistakes to cost Muskogee a shot at an upset here Thursday, losing 26-10 to the Choctaw Yellowjackets in a rematch of last year’s first-round playoff game this time played in District 6AII-2 action.

SALLISAW – It was like two heavyweight fighters standing toe to toe and who ever could withstand the other’s haymakers would be left standing. 

GORE – Both Gore and Porter came into their District A-8 contest with off the field distractions. But it was the Pirates of Gore that was able to overcome those distractions and solidify its hold on first place.

WAGONER 70, MIAMI 8 — Chochee Watson had a school-record three defensive touchdowns in the first half on two fumble recoveries and a blocked punt recovery. Braden Drake carried the ball two times for 63 yards and had one catch for 53 yards with all three touches resulting in TDs for Wagoner …

Class 6A Division ISchoolTotalPointsPrv1. Owasso (9)(6-0)4512. Jenks(4-1)3623. Broken Arrow(3-2)2534. Edmond Santa Fe(4-2)1745. Union(1-4)5NR

A No. 6 GORE 39, COLCORD 15 — Gunner Dozier ran for three touchdowns and quarterback Zane Craighhead threw for two and ran for another as the Pirates (4-0, 3-0 A-8) won a battle of unbeatens. The Pirates led 24-0 before Colcord (5-1, 2-1) got on the board.

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It was hard to find much fault in Hilldale’s first-half performance at home Friday night.

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Senior Dylan McCoy was a one-man wrecking crew for the Bartlesville Bruins Friday night as he scored three touchdowns, a field goal, kicked seven extra points, and returned kicks and punts as the Bruins kept the Muskogee Roughers winless through five games with a 52-24 victory in a District …

CATOOSA – There was no mercy rule in affect and Catoosa chose not to play with a running clock. All Wagoner could do was turn its first half route into a second half junior varsity contest.

WARNER 46, CENTRAL SALLISAW 19 — Mason Jim had 305 yards rushing on 17 carries, scoring three times, as the Eagles (3-1, 1-2 A-8) got their first district win Friday. Haiden Peters had 53 yards on nine carries and two touchdowns. Also scoring was Julian Hensley, Adam Thompson and Trevor Capp…

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