Woodward, Okla. —
Sharon-Mutual 46, Tyrone 6
Third-ranked Sharon-Mutual scored in every quarter to bury Tyrone 46-6 and improve to 3-0.
It was the District C-1 opener for the Trojans and they took command early.
Cooper Free rushed for 3 touchdowns and threw for another to lead Sharon-Mutual.
Free had runs of 16, 25 and 55 yards and hit Ben Cooper with a 33-yard touchdown pass late in the first half, a play that stretched the lead to 22-0.
Konner Harris added a 16-yard touchdown run and Justin Custar had a 46-yard scoring run.
Tyrone's touchdown came in the fourth period.
Sharon-Mutual rolled up 461 yards on the ground and had 505 yards overall. Tyrone, now 1-2 and 1-1 in the district, had 153 total yards.
Okeene 20, Pioneer 0
The Whippets improved to 2-1 while Pioneer fell to 0-3 in the final pre-district matchup for both teams.
Scott Dobrinski's 28-yard run broke open a scoreless game in the second period, then the Whippet quarterback hit Jayce Osmus with a 10-yard touchdown pass for a 14-0 lead in the third period.
Kade Mitch had the final touchdown on a 2-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Hollis 45, Beaver 0
Hollis put 25 points on the board in the first quarter and never looked back.
Khalil Johnson had a big night for Hollis with 2 touchdown passes and 2 touchdown runs.
Hollis had 500 yards in offense to just 105 for the Dusters.
Seiling 54, Medford 8
Seiling got its first win of the season by rolling to a 48-8 halftime lead, then ending the game early in the third quarter.
Britt Shuck scored 4 touchdowns to pace the Wildcats and Eric Young ran for 2 scores and threw for 2 more.
Shuck's 67-yard run in the third period ended the game.
The Wildcats had 356 yards in total offense while holding Medford to 178 yards.
Laverne 54, Covington-Douglas 6
Defending state champion Laverne had little trouble in dispatching the Wildcats.
The Tigers scored in every quarter on their way to a 17th consecutive victory.
Big plays carried the Tigers as four scores came on plays of 48 yards or more.
Tucker Rolf threw a pair of touchdown passes to Tanner Allen and Trevor Harris and also had a 64-yard scoring run. Harris had an 85-yard punt return for a score and Dalton Birch added a 54-yard run.
The Tigers had 492 yards in total offense.
Woodward, Okla. —
Sharon-Mutual 46, Tyrone 6
Football playoffs rescheduled
Due to the approaching winter storm expected to affect most of the state, football championship and semifinal games have been rescheduled.
Boomers, Alva set to clash in season opener
A pair of veteran boys teams are set to tip off the basketball season tonight at Boomer Fieldhouse.
Trojans lose in double overtime
Sharon-Mutual's bid for a spot in the Class C state championship game ccomes up short.
Wagoner edges Boomers 28-21 in state quarterfinals
WAGONER- in a back and forth game, unbeaten Wagoner edged the Woodward Boomers 28-21 at Odom Field Friday in the Class 4A football quarterfinals.
No. 12 Oklahoma State clobbers No. 23 Texas 38-13
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Big 12 championship is still solidly in reach for No. 12 Oklahoma State, which showed Saturday just what No. 4 Baylor will be up against next week.
Big second half carries Sooners
Oklahoma’s up-and-down season was at rock bottom with a little over a minute left in the first half. It was trailing Iowa State — the same team that hadn’t won a game since late September — by a touchdown at Owen Field.
Area teams advance in playoffs
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.
Boomers crush Ada 49-7
Woodward moves into the Class 4A quarterfinals next week at Wagoner.
Boomers set to face Cougars
Woodward goes on the road tonight for first round playoff action while several area teams begin the post-season at home.
Gilbert, OSU offense powers Pokes to blowout win
With Barry Sanders in attendance, the 15th-ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys kicked off Saturday’s blowout in the most fitting of ways — a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Justin Gilbert on the opening kick.
It was a nice nod to the Heisman Trophy winner, who returned the season opening kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown in 1988. For Gilbert it was his sixth career kickoff-return for a touchdown — which leads all active FBS players and is one shy of the FBS career record.
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