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November 17, 2013

Area teams advance in playoffs

Woodward, Okla. — Round one of the football playoffs went about as expected for area teams.

Laverne advanced in Class B as did Shattuck, Sharon-Mutual and Balko in Class C and Okeene in Class A.

Class B

Laverne 68, Allen 20

The Tigers led 48-7 at halftime and stayed in control the entire time, rolling up 432 yards in total offense.

Tanner Allen tossed 3 touchdown passes and Tucker Rolf one as the Tigers threw for 178 yards. On the ground, Laverne had 254 yards with 7 different players carrying the ball and 4 of them scoring touchdowns.

A 28-point first period decided things early.

A 47-yard pass from Allen to Trevor Harris started the scoring, then Rolf had a 23-yard run, Allen and Harris hooked up for 50 yards, and Rolf hit Kaleb Maphet for a 4-yard touchdown. In the second period, Dalton Birch went 47 yards to score, then Allen returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown and Hunter Person caught an 18-yard pass from Allen to make it 48-0.

Dalton James kept the Allen team alive with a touchdown just 12 seconds before halftime.

The game eventually made it to the fourth period before Tracer Raven recovered a fumble in the end zone to get the mercy rule with 7 minutes remaining.

Tanner Allen and Person also had touchdowns in the secede half.

Laverne, 11-0, hosts Keota next week.

Class C

Sharon-Mutual 56, Mountain View-Gotebo 24

The Trojans had some problems with Mountain View for a while, but eventually built a 30-18 halftime lead and pulled away in the second half.

Jordan White's 28-yard pass reception from Ethan Spurlock gave Mountain View an 18-16 lead in the second quarter.

Sharon-Mutual answered with 2 touchdowns before the half ended on runs of 6 and 24 yards by Cooper Freed.

The second half was all Sharon-Mutual as John Custar returned a kickoff 50 yards for a touchdown, Justin Custar tackled White in the end zone for a safety, Free had a 49-yard run and Konner Harris a 7-yard run.

Justin Custar and Ben Cooper had first two Sharon-Mutual touchdowns.

Sharon-Mutual finished with 394 total yards, 322 coming on the ground.

Mountain View had 284 total yards.

Sharon-Mutual, 10-1, travels to Thackerville on Friday.

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