The Woodward News


November 4, 2013

Area football roundup - week 9


Woodward, Okla. — Fairview 33, Beaver 12

Fairview took a 20- 0 lead in the second period and controlled the game as it improved to 5-1 in district play.

Beaver lost its 8th game in a row.

Joel Kliewer scored four touchdowns to pace the Yellowjackets.

Hadley Skaggs and David Stout had touchdowns for Beaver.

Also in District A-1, Mooreland won its second game in a row 28-6 over Turpin. The Bearcats built a 21-0 halftime lead.

Waynoka 22, DCLA 14

Chris Castillo's 57-yard touchdown run and a 2-point conversion by Damon Lynch lifted Waynoka to a solid non-district win on the road.

That fourth period score put the Rails up 16-14, then Logan Meriweather added some insurance with a 92-yard touchdown run.

Meriweather also had Waynoka's first touchdown.

Lane Williams scored twice for DCLA.

Waynoka will travel to Boise City next week with fourth place in C-1 and a playoff berth on the line.

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