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September 21, 2013

Sharon-Mutual wins big in home opener

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.

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