Adair 46, Salina 0
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.
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.
As its streak without a win continues, Muskogee’s stretch run through the best of District 6AII-2 was about ways to improve and build a youth movement with a eye toward next season.
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…
MULDROW — Hilldale running back Eric Virgil had 175 yards on 10 carries and scored three touchdowns as the Hornets coasted to a 48-14 win over the Muldrow Bulldogs on Thursday night.
OKLAHOMA CITY — No, there wasn’t a specific side of the bed she woke up on, or nothing different about her morning routine leading into Thursday’s first game of the Class 4A state fastpitch tournament.
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.
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 …
Last week and particularly a first half in which Hilldale built a 45-6 lead left Hilldale head coach David Blevins with little to be concerned about.
The Big 12 Conference has had just one program represent the league in the College Football Playoff over the six years of its existence, but that team is already out of the running.
Hilldale’s opener in its ninth consecutive trip to the Class 4A state tournament will be an 11 a.m. tilt with Cushing, at USA Hall of Fame Complex in Oklahoma City.
At 0-5, when the tendency among some is to quit due to lack of playing time or injuries that seem to hurt more than if you’re 5-0, he’s still there.
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.
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…
This Week's Circulars
87, boat mechanic. Died October 17, 2020. Memorial graveside service 1 pm Friday, October 30, 2020 at Elmwood Cemetery, Wagoner, OK, Mallett Funeral Home and Crematory
73, retired nursing home dietician. Died October 21, 2020. Viewing 1-5 pm Sunday at Mallett Funeral Home, Wagoner. Funeral service 10 am Monday, October 26 at Immanuel Southern Baptist Church, 611 North Gerturde Ave.,Wagoner.
John Jefferson Matthews, of Porter, Oklahoma, was released from his mortal body, Sunday, October 18, 2020 at the age of 83. John was born February 9, 1937 in Hitchita, Oklahoma to Jay and Lucy Matthews. He attended Victor and Checotah Public Schools. He then continued on to Conners and North…
- Trial underway for Muskogee man charged with murder
- Accused shooter arrested, charged
- Man dies from gunshot wounds
- Day care, former employee face civil claims
- Two stabbed, one arrested
- Muskogee man charged with robbery
- Logan found not guilty
- Man pleads guilty to sexual abuse
- Checotah teens injured in crash
- Two men arrested on medical battery, maiming, other complaints
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