The Woodward News

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September 7, 2013

Oklahoma high school football scores

Woodward, Okla. —

PREP FOOTBALL

Adair 53, Kellyville 0

Alex 56, Weleetka 36

Allen 52, Wetumka 8

Anadarko 73, Chickasha 14

Antlers 13, Valliant 8

Apache 51, Walters 12

Ardmore 36, Ada 21

Balko 60, Moscow, Kan. 14

Barnsdall 20, Caney Valley 7

Beggs 41, Bristow 7

Bishop Kelley 31, Bartlesville 24

Bixby 32, Garden City, Kan. 27

Blanchard 46, Bethany 14

Broken Arrow 37, Owasso 16

Broken Bow 41, Idabel 7

Cache 35, Frederick 12

Caddo def. Canadian, forfeit

Cascia Hall 33, Holland Hall 32

Central High 36, Mountain View-Gotebo 20

Checotah 21, Morris 15

Cherokee 50, Buffalo 0

Choctaw 41, Enid 28

Clayton, N.M. 40, Hooker 6

Colcord 19, Haskell 0

Collinsville 34, Skiatook 32

Commerce 7, Mt. Vernon, Mo. 6

Community Christian 40, Drumright 6

Coyle 40, Covington-Douglas 0

Crooked Oak 27, Mount St. Mary 21

Crossings Christian School 38, Burns Flat-Dill City 0

Cushing 47, Mannford 32

Davenport 60, Oklahoma Christian Academy 12

Davis 34, Ringling 28

Deer Creek 35, Piedmont 3

Del City 52, Tulsa East Central 27

Depew 46, Porter Consolidated 8

Destiny Christian 46, Southwest Covenant 28

Dibble 28, Minco 20

Dickson 26, Kingston 22

Douglass 24, Booker T. Washington 21

Edmond Memorial 13, Edmond North 0

Elk City 44, Watonga 27

Elkhart, Kan. 44, Turpin 13

Elmore City 54, Bray-Doyle 0

Empire 48, Snyder 12

Eufaula 27, Sperry 0

Fairview 34, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 0

Fort Gibson 42, Tahlequah 33

Fox 72, Temple 26

Garber 64, Waynoka 20

Glenpool 44, Berryhill 19

Grandfield 54, OKC Patriots 26

Greenwood, Ark. 49, Sallisaw 3

Grove 42, Miami 21

Gruver, Texas 14, Texhoma 8

Guthrie 46, Duncan 6

Hartshorne 20, Henryetta 0

Hennessey 28, Christian Heritage Academy 14

Hilldale 36, Stigler 30

Hinton 23, Cordell 22

Hobart 39, Carnegie 7

Hollis 56, Mangum 0

Hugo 51, Atoka 0

Kansas 38, Central Sallisaw 3

Keota 62, Arkoma 38

Ketchum 27, Foyil 15

Kiefer 26, Afton 24

Kingfisher 47, Guymon 0

Konawa 19, Savanna 18

Laverne 44, Shattuck 18

Lawton 63, Eisenhower 9

Lexington 48, OKC Legion 20

Lincoln, Ark. 45, Westville 6

Little Axe 44, Santa Fe South 0

Luther 47, Wellston 0

Macomb 3, Sasakwa 0

Madill 26, Tishomingo 21

Marietta 30, Wilson 7

Marlow 61, Lone Grove 21

Maysville 45, Woodland 0

McAlester 48, Stillwater 34

McLain/TSST 62, OKC Northeast 0

McLoud 69, Bethel 21

Meeker 41, Prague 13

Memorial 67, Central 25

Merritt 44, Corn Bible Academy 6

Metro Christian 14, Oklahoma Christian School 13

Mooreland 27, Sayre 6

Morrison 20, Pawnee 6

Newcastle 42, Pauls Valley 10

Noble 35, Tecumseh 7

Nowata 44, Dewey 6

Oaks 52, Bokoshe 6

Okeene 26, Cashion 14

Oklahoma Centennial 22, Capitol Hill 6

Oklahoma Union 12, Quapaw 8

Perkins-Tryon 23, Jones 14

Perry 21, Blackwell 6

Plainview 19, Tuttle 14

Porum 14, Webbers Falls 6

Poteau 43, Durant 42

Pryor 24, Catoosa 0

Purcell 41, Lindsay 20

Putnam City 34, Putnam North 6

Regent Prep 23, Pocola 20

Rejoice Christian School 54, Dewar 12

Ringwood 84, Timberlake 44

Rolla, Kan. 42, Tyrone 36

Ryan 24, Waurika 14

Sand Springs 39, Muskogee 14

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