The Woodward News

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September 21, 2013

Oklahoma High School football scores - week 3

(Continued)

Woodward, Okla. —

Oklahoma Christian School 33, Jones 19

Panama 29, Warner 6

Pawnee 37, Barnsdall 0

Perkins-Tryon 44, Verdigris 21

Piedmont 42, Western Heights 12

Plainview 47, Valliant 6

Pond Creek-Hunter 28, Ringwood 0

Purcell 42, Lexington 10

Putnam West 30, Putnam North 27

Quinton 29, Pocola 20

Rejoice Christian School 54, Coyle 18

Ringling 34, Marietta 0

Roland 21, Okmulgee 20

Rolla, Kan. 46, Goodwell 0

Salina 48, Chelsea 6

Sallisaw 45, Tahlequah 28

Santa Fe South 19, Seeworth Academy 0

Sapulpa 49, Sand Springs 32

Sasakwa 74, Bokoshe 20

Savanna 52, Wilburton 18

Seiling 54, Medford 8

Seminole 40, McLoud 13

Sequoyah-Claremore 14, Inola 11

Sharon-Mutual 46, Tyrone 6

Shattuck 48, South Barber, Kan. 38

Shawnee 35, Ponca City 0

South Coffeyville 22, Agra 20

Southmoore 58, Moore 14

Southwest Covenant 56, Claremore Christian 6

Spiro 55, Haskell 6

Stigler 41, Hartshorne 27

Stratford 21, Rush Springs 6

Stroud 30, Prague 0

Summit Christian 55, Regent Prep 34

Sunrise Christian, Kan. 33, OKC Patriots 28

Tecumseh 36, Little Axe 29

Texhoma 29, Booker, Texas 28

Thomas Fay Custer 40, Carnegie 13

Timberlake 40, Deer Creek-Lamont 20

Tipton 50, Temple 0

Tonkawa 17, Fairview 7

Tulsa Edison 42, Elk City 6

Tulsa Rogers 55, Capitol Hill 14

Tuttle 48, Elgin 14

Union 38, Broken Arrow 21

Velma-Alma 16, Elmore City 8

Vian 25, Muldrow 13

Victory Christian 62, Sequoyah Tahlequah 24

Wagoner 35, Grove 14

Watonga 38, Snyder 14

Waynoka 42, Buffalo 20

Webbers Falls 58, Midway 12

Weleetka 28, Porum 14

Westmoore 45, Norman North 31

Wetumka 42, Davenport 22

Wewoka 28, Konawa 21

Windsor Hills 54, Watts 8

Woodland 54, Copan 0

Woodward 50, OKC Northwest 6

Wyandotte 60, Caney Valley 6

Wynnewood 34, Healdton 6

Yale 6, Mounds 0

Yukon 21, Norman 19

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