Woodward, Okla. —
Laverne stretched its winning streak to 16 games with a comfortable 38-14 win over Canton at Kilmer Field Friday.
The Tigers built a 38-0 lead before Canton scored a pair of late touchdowns.
Reserves played over half the game for Laverne after the Tigers took a 32-0 lead.
Trevor Harris scored 3 touchdowns and Tucker Rolf and Trenton McConnell one each for the top-ranked Tigers, the defending Class B state champions.
Canton dropped to 1-1 on the season.
It was the District B-1 opener for both schools.
Harris scored from 54 yards out on Laverne's first possession, then Rolf had an 8-yard run and Harris scored on a 63-yard pass play. Harris' 14-yard touchdown made it 32-0 with 9:54 left in the half.
Rolf had a touchdown run called back later in the second period.
McConnell scored on a 10-yard pass from Colten Person for the 38-0 lead.
Both Canton scores came on passes, a 4-yarder from M.J. Whiteeagle to Lance Sessions and a 33-yarder from Whiteeagle to Wade Webb with 29 seconds left in the game.
Harris had 109 yards on just 6 carries and Rolf finished with 75 hards on 9 attempts. Rolf was 3 of 7 passing for 115 yards.
Whiteeagle attempted 47 passes, completing 28 for 212 yards.
Shattuck 46, Waynoka 0
Trevor Carpenter scored 3 touchdowns as Shattuck evened its season record at 1-1.
The Indians took a 24-0 lead in the first quarter and ended the game in the fourth period by the mercy rule.
Trenton Calaway opened the scoring by recovering a fumble in the end zone.
Carpenter had scoring runs of 7, 2 and 2 yards. Skyler Pshigoda and Trenton Sweeney had the other Indian scores.
The Indians rushed for 340 yards in the game while holding Waynoka to just 98 total yards.
Thomas 14, Okeene 0
Trent Dunaway fired touchdown passes to Blake Wohl and Schell Apple as the Terriers posted their second win of the year.
The first touchdown, a 10-yarder to Wohl, broke a scoreless tie, then later in the period the second score made it 14-0.
Okeene moved the ball, but had 5 turnovers, including 2 in the Thomas red zone.
Thomas had 270 yards rushing in the game and another 119 passing.
Burlington, Colo. 27, Beaver 6
Burlington scored 13 points in the first period and never trailed in defeating the homesteading Dusters 27-6.
Eloy Sandoval rushed for 3 touchdowns and Chance Carlin had the other as Burlington ruled up 336 yards in total offense, 320 on the ground.
Beaver had just 110 total yards.
Hadley Skaggs had the Dusters only touchdown, a 2-yard run in the fourth period.
Chisholm 14, Fairview 6
Chisholm held a narrow 7-6 lead over the Yellowjackets until putting the game away with a fourth quarter touchdown.
A strong running game propelled the Longhorns, who had 209 yards on the ground.
Fairview finished with 172 total yards in the defensive struggle.