The Woodward News

November 10, 2013

Indians win District C-1 championship

Woodward News

Woodward, Okla. — Shattuck took the District C-1 football championship Friday night with a  38-14 victory over third-ranked and previously undefeated Sharon-Mutual at Jack Braud Field.

The Indians, ranked 4th or 5th in polls, scored twice in the second period and led throughout for their 8th consecutive victory. Sharon-Mutual saw a 9-game winning streak end.

Beau Srader's 8-yard run got the Indians on the board in the second period, then Robbie Burris had a 50-yard run as Shattuck led 16-0 at the break.

The Indians stretched the lead to 24-0 in the third period on Srader's 3-yard run.

Justin Custar scored for Sharon-Mutual, but Shattuck countered with a 1-yard run by Trevor Carpenter.

Cooper Free's 15-yard pass to Ben Cooper trimmed the lead to 32-14, before Skyler Pshigoda finished off the scoring with a 55-yard touchdown run.

For next week's playoff opener, Shattuck will host Grandfield and Sharon-Mutual will welcome Mountain View-Gotebo.

Laverne 40, Pond Creek-Hunter 6

Defending state champion Laverne completed a second consecutive unbeaten regular season with a 40-6 win over Pond Creek-Hunter.

The victory gives the top-ranked Tigers the B-1 championship. Pond Creek-Hunter lost for the first time this season.

This was a battle most of the way.

Laverne scored first on a 27-run by Trevor Harris, but Pond Creek evened it up on Harley Comeau's 9-yard touchdown run.

Harris went 18 yards for a touchdown late in the first period and added the conversion run for a 14-6 lead.

It stayed that way until the third period. Harris had a 15-yard run, then Tucker Rolf broke a 44-yard touchdown and it was 28-6.

Fourth quarter touchdowns by Harris and Dalton Birch finished up the scoring.

Laverne had 313 yards rushing in the games with Harris getting 170 of those on 19 attempts. Rolf had 100 yards on 15 carries.

Trenton Grimes led Pond Creek Hunter with 77 yards on 17 attempts.

Laverne will host Allen in the playoffs next week.

Fairview 35, OBA 22

Fairview wrapped up a home playoff game, twice battling back from first-half deficits to defeat Oklahoma Bible Academy.

OBA led 8-0 and 16-14 in the first half, but Fairview used a 21-0 run in the second half to open the gap.

Jacob Eischen's 33-yard run in the third quarter put the Yellowjackets ahead for good, then Brett Fast scored on a 16-yard run and hit Jaden Dillard with a 35-yard touchdown pass to make it 35-16.

OBA added a late touchdown.

Fairview will host Apache in the playoffs.

Buffalo 44, DCLA 12

Buffalo finished its season on a strong note overpowering Deer Creek-Lamont.

The Bison jumped out to a quick 16-0 lead and never trailed.

Christian Sarabia scored 5 touchdowns to lead Buffalo and Kyle Hash threw a pair of touchdown passes.

Sarabia had runs of 9, 35 and 18 yards and scoring catches of 20 and 15 yards.

Tevin Huenergardt had the other Buffalo touchdown.

Okeene 28, Mooreland 17

Okeene trailed 17-13 before a pair of Scott Dobrinski touchdowns allowed to Whippets to escape Enterline Field with the win.

In a back and forth game, Okeene opened the scoring on an 8-yard run by Cade Mitch. Bake Boeckman kicked the extra point.

The Bearcats countered with a 41-yard pass from Kyler Hensley to Landon Peach. Blake Murray added the conversion.

Dobrinski scored on a 4-yard run for a 13-7 Okeene lead, but the extra point try was blocked.

Murray's 39-yard field goal cut the lead to 13-10 at half-time;

The Bearcats took the lead in the third quarter on an 18-yard run by Hensley, but Okeene countered as Dobrinski returned a punt 50 yards for the go-ahead score, then added a 4-yard touchdown run later in the third period.

Seiling 58, Covington-Douglas 12

Seiling scored early and often to ends its season with a win.

The Wildcats built a 44-6 halftime lead and ended the game early in the third period.

Seiling rushed for 401 yards in the game and held Covington-Douglas to just 118 total yards.

Beaver 41, Turpin 20

Beaver ended an 8-game losing streak with a  41-20 victory over Turpin.

Hadley Skaggs scoed 6 touchdowns for the Dusters, who finish the season 2-8.

Skaggs had runs of 14, 7, 7, 6, 31 and 35 yards as he compiled 336 yards on 39 carries.

Jordan Lujan scored one touchdown and threw for another to pace Turpin.