Woodward, Okla. —
Shattuck overcame a 20-6 halftime deficit to knock off Balko 34-28 in overtime in a District C-1 showdown Friday night.
The Indians raised their record to 5-1 overall and 5-0 in the district. Balko lost for the first time this season and is 3-1 in the district.
Trevor Carpenter's 1-yard run in overtime was the game winner after the Indian defense stopped Balko on its overtime possession.
Shattuck took a 28-20 lead on a 6-yard run by Braxton Bruce late in the game, but Balko tied the game in the final 20 seconds with a 65-yard touchdown pass from Jordan Bunch to Dakota Jackson followed by the 2-point conversion run from Wyatt Casper.
Balko built a 20-6 halftime lead as Bunch, Jackson and Casper all scored touchdowns. Carpenter had Shattuck's first-half score.
But the Indians took over in the second half as the defense shut down Balko's running game and the offense started clicking.
Carpenter had 2 touchdown runs in the second half as the Indians got even.
After Bruce scored, Robbie Burris caught the extra point conversion pass from Carpenter to make it 28-20.
Shattuck is off this week.
Sharon-Mutual 43, Waynoka 16
Cooper Free ran for 3 touchdowns and threw for 2 more as the Trojans raised their record to 6-0.
Free had runs of 65, 51 and 10 yards against the Rails, and hit Ben Cooper on scoring passes of 56 and 7 yards.
Konner Harris had the Trojans other score on a 10-yard run and Sharon-Mutual also scored on a safety.
Both of Waynoka's touchdowns came in the second half.
Sharon-Mutual had 400 yards in total offense with 329 of those yards coming on the ground.
Waynoka had 214 yards in offense but also committed 5 turnovers.
Sharon-Mutual will visit Buffalo on Thursday.
Laverne 60, Waukomis 10
The Tigers took a 32-0 lead in the first quarter and cruised past Waukomis.
Dalton Birch started the scoring with a 51-yard run just 10 seconds into the game. Tucker Rolf had a 35-yard touchdown, Trevor Harris a 20-yard run and Harris caught a 2-yard touchdown pass from Rolf, all in the first period.
Hunter Person added 2 more touchdown runs and Dalton Sparks one for the Tigers.. Trenton McConnell also scored on a 61-yard pass from Colten Person.
Laverne had 549 yards in total offense, with 345 coming on the ground. Waukomis had 253 yards in offense.
The Tigers go to Garber next Thursday.
Mooreland 28, Beaver 22
Mooreland used a 14-point third period to get its first district win of the season.
Kyler Hensley scored runs of 14 and 4 yards in the third period as the Bearcats broke open a 14-14 halftime tie.
Beaver got a touchdown with 4:15 left in the game, but the Bearcats responded by running out the clock.
Mooreland improved to 4-2 overall and 1-2 in District A-1. Beaver lost its fifth consecutive game.
Hensley and Landon Peach hooked up for an 80-yard touchdown pass just three minutes into the game and Blake Murray's extra point made it 7-0.
Beaver countered with a 2-yard run by Hadley Skaggs, then took a 14-7 lead early in the second period on a 42-yard run by David Stout.
Hensley scored the first of his 3 touchdowns on a 2-yard run just 21 seconds before halftime.
Mooreland will go to Fairview next week while Beaver travels to Hooker.
Okeene 55, Turpin 12
The Whippets never trailed in raising their District A-1 record to 3-0.
Kade Mitch scored on a 10-yard run early on to start a 34-point half for the Whippets.
Turpin stayed within sight with a couple of second quarter touchdowns, but Okeene added 2 touchdowns in the third period to ice the game.
Scott Dobrinski had 4 touchdown runs in the game and also threw a 68-yard touchdown pass to Blake Boeckman. Mitch added another touchdown in the second half and Beau Jenkins had a touchdown.
Merritt 44, Seiling 28
The Oilers stayed unbeaten on the season by outscoring Seiling 30-8 in the fourth period.
Seiling took a 20-14 lead into the final 12 minutes, but Merritt's Pierson Waugh took over, scoring 4 times on runs of 2, 35, 33 and 31 yards. Waugh had 5 touchdowns in the game.
Trevor Thurber, Brit Shuck and Eric Young all scored for Seiling. Shuck had touchdown receptions of 80 and 50 yards from Eric Young.
Most of the points came in the second half as the game was tied 6-6 at halftime.
Texhoma 19, OBA 7
Texhoma stayed unbeaten in District A-1 and kept pace with Okeene at the top of the leg standings.
The Red Devils used a powerful running game to keep OBA at bay. Texhoma had 353 yards on the ground and 428 overall in building a 19-0 lead..
Ringwood 46, Canton 22
The Red Devils scored the first 28 points of the game and never trailed
Eudaldo Gomez had 5 touchdowns to pace Ringwood, which scored in every quarter.