The Woodward News

Sports

September 14, 2013

Oklahoma high school football - week 2

Woodward, Okla. — Ada 42, Idabel 6

Adair 53, Wyandotte 13

Afton 25, Ketchum 6

Alex 48, Paoli 14

Allen 20, Waurika 6

Alva 54, Morrison 20

Anadarko 62, Oklahoma Centennial 0

Apache 42, Carnegie 20

Arkoma 66, Bokoshe 28

Balko 62, Corn Bible Academy 14

Barnsdall 27, Oklahoma Union 20

Bartlesville 44, Tulsa East Central 14

Beggs 47, Sequoyah Tahlequah 33

Berryhill 38, Tulsa Webster 14

Bethany 28, Pauls Valley 21

Bishop Kelley 25, McGuinness 22

Bixby 35, Sand Springs 21

Blanchard 48, Lindsay 6

Boise City 54, Buffalo 42

Booker T. Washington 47, McAlester 45

Broken Arrow 24, Bentonville, Ark. 17

Burlington, Colo. 27, Beaver 6

Cache 39, Santa Fe South 6

Carl Albert 43, Coweta 7

Cashion 34, Central Sallisaw 14

Catoosa 21, Collinsville 14

Central High 74, Oklahoma Christian Academy 34

Checotah 44, Keys (Park Hill) 0

Chelsea 36, Foyil 18

Cherokee 50, Bluejacket 0

Chickasha 28, El Reno 21

Chisholm 14, Fairview 6

Christian Heritage Academy 33, Mount St. Mary 14

Claremore 42, Miami 19

Clayton, N.M. 30, Texhoma 6

Clinton 39, Heritage Hall 6

Coalgate 33, Atoka 0

Colcord 47, Westville 7

Commerce 42, Cherryvale, Kan. 16

Copan 15, South Coffeyville 0

Coyle 46, Woodland 0

Crooked Oak 42, Frederick 0

Crossings Christian School 41, Bray-Doyle 0

Cushing 41, Perry 15

Cyril 56, Macomb 8

Davenport 52, Keota 22

Davis 32, Sulphur 14

Deer Creek 41, Shawnee 21

Deer Creek-Lamont 32, Kremlin-Hillsdale 16

Destiny Christian 74, OKC Patriots 40

Dewar 40, Cave Springs 38

Dewey 30, Pawhuska 26

Dibble 49, Walters 10

Dickson 26, Bethel 19

Durant 9, Ardmore 7

Edmond North 42, Choctaw 3

Enid 32, Edmond Memorial 27

Fairland 35, Quapaw 6

Fort Gibson 17, Hilldale 10

Fox 53, Geary 8

Garber 62, Waukomis 16

Garden City, Kan. 35, Woodward 34

Grandfield 45, Temple 0

Guthrie 62, Ponca City 13

Harrah 29, Piedmont 0

Hartshorne 42, Heavener 6

Haskell 27, Morris 6

Healdton 40, Snyder 0

Hennessey 40, Jones 13

Henryetta 32, Holdenville 0

Hobart 54, Cordell 0

Holland Hall 35, Lincoln Christian 8

Hollis 52, Hooker 0

Hugo 14, Valliant 6

Jay 13, Grove 9

Jenks 20, Union 16

John Marshall 32, Bridge Creek 6

Kellyville 20, Caney Valley 0

Kiefer 50, Liberty 6

Kingfisher 58, Chandler 19

Kingston 16, Madill 7

Konawa 24, Stratford 15

Laverne 38, Canton 14

Lawton 32, MacArthur 13

Liberal, Kan. 56, Guymon 0

Lincoln, Ark. 47, Stilwell 6

Little Axe 29, Lexington 28

Lone Grove 62, Tishomingo 13

Luther 36, Hinton 22

Mannford 47, Cleveland 26

Marietta 28, Elmore City 24

Marlow 60, Comanche 0

Maud 57, Midway 14

Maysville 32, Empire 14

McLain/TSST 22, Sperry 16

McLoud 27, Perkins-Tryon 21

Meeker 37, Wewoka 7

Merritt 52, Medford 15

Metro Christian 50, NOAH 0

Midwest City 28, Stillwater 22

Minco 44, Wayne 0

Mooreland 35, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 20

Mounds 36, Gore 6

Mountain View-Gotebo 58, Duke 8

Newcastle 51, Verdigris 7

Newkirk 13, Blackwell 0

Noble 50, Western Heights 0

Norman 45, Moore 30

Norman North 41, Del City 38

Nowata 20, Vinita 14

Oaks 70, Watts 28

OKC Northeast 42, OKC Northwest 6

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