Vian 46, Hartshorne 0

HARTSHORNE — Vian exploded for 29 points in the second quarter en route to a shutout of formerly undefeated Hartshorne.

Four different players scored for the Wolverines as Vian stretched a 10-0 advantage to 39-0 at he half.

Miguel Pratt finished with 142 yards on 14 carries and two touchdowns. Cheyenne Nichols recorded nine tackles to lead the Wolverines. Mike Noeldner added six tackles and scored a touchdown on a three-yard fumble recovery.

Vian improves to 4-1 and hosts Eufaula next week.

Muldrow 33, Checotah 17

CHECOTAH — Checotah hung around for awhile, but in the end, Muldrow proved too much.

The Wildcats trailed 14-7 at the half and got to within 14-10 on a 37-yard field goal by Branson Howell. But Muldrow scored two straight touchdowns to take a 27-10 lead.

Chase Isaac pulled Chectoah to within 27-17 on a one-yard plunge, but Muldrow scored the game’s final touchdown.

Henryetta 26, Haskell 6

Henryetta remained unbeaten as for different players scored touchdown in a district victory over Haskell.

Michael Graffman, Cody Blake, Colby Blondell and Rusty Gray all scored toucdown for Henryetta, which improved to 5-0 overall, 2-0 in 2A-5.

Blake returned a second-quarter kickoff 85 yards to give Henryetta a 14-6 lead with 5:43 remaining before halftime.

Haskell dropped 1-4, 0-2 in the district.

Dalton Zumach scored on an 11-yard passfrom quarterback Jordan Pendergraft. Zumach caught four passes for 37 yards.

Foyil 32, Warner 7

FOYIL — Foyil raced out to a 17-0 lead and never looked back as Warner lost its first game of the year.

Andrew Mealer led the Eagles (4-1) with 224 yards through the air on 16 of 29 passes. Jed Baker scored Warner’s lone touchdown in the third quarter, which cut the deficit to 17-7.

However, Foyil scored the game’s final 15 points in the non-district contest.

Keys 46, Salina 6

KEYS— A strong first half by the offense and a stout game-long effort by the defense helped Keys crush Salina 46-6. Kyler Welch carried the load for the Cougars rushing for 168 yards and three scores.

Ryan Nolan had a steady performance, throwing for 160 yards and four toucdowns. Chance Ross had 73 yards receiving, but suffered a terrible day kicking, only making two out of six.

Keys’ defense held the Wildcats to 66 total yards and only two first downs. A lone touchdown run by Colby Rice was the only down point of the game for the defense.

Keys (3-2, 2-0) kept their district record perfect while Salina (2-3, 0-2) remained winless in Class 2A-8 play. The Cougars play next at Kansas 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Okay 36, Hulbert 6

HULBERT— Hulbert failed to get its first win of the season, falling to Okay 36-6. Despite plenty of touchdowns by the Mustangs, they failed to convert a single extra point.

Okay’s Jordan Sloane threw for 209 yards two scores and one interception, and ran another score in on the ground. The Mustangs had 275 total yards on the ground and Tracy Guess scored twice.

Okay (2-3, 1-3) looks to build off their first Class A-6 win while Hulbert (0-5, 0-4) continues to seach for theirs. The Mustangs play Woodland at home, and the Riders play at Hominy 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Idabel 20, Fort Gibson 0

IDABEL— Fort Gibson’s trip to Idabel to try for their first win turned sour as the Tigers fell 20-0. Fort Gibson barely managed to surpass 100 yards of total offense, gaining 111.

The Warriors ran all over the Tigers for 231 yards, and Kenyon Townsend scored once on the ground and threw for two more touchdowns.

Fort Gibson (0-5, 0-4) must continue their seach for a win on the road, travelling to Sallisaw 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Gore 27, Talihina 21

GORE— Two extra periods was what Gore needed to overcome Talihina 27-21. The Pirates held a 14-7 lead until the Golden Tigers tied it up late in the fourth quarter.

The two teams exchanged scores in the first overtime, then Gore held off Talihina and Jake Elyassin scored on a two yard run to end the game. Elyassin ended the game with 143 yards on 23 rushes and two scores.

Trace Kizzia added 110 yards passing, 89 of which went to Talon Bell. Bell also caught Kizzia’s two touchdown passes. Gore (3-2, 3-1) plays next at Lincoln Christian 7:30 Friday.

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