The Woodward News


October 18, 2013

Area football roundup

Woodward, Okla. — Roundup from Thursday's area high school football games

Laverne 60, Garber 6

The top-ranked Tigers put Garber away early in a game that ended at halftime.

It took the Tigers less than a minute to get on the board courtesy of a 62-yard run by Trevor Harris.

That was the start of a 38-point first quarter for the Tigers.

In short order, Tucker Rolf scored on a 1-yard run, Harris on an 8-yard run, Rolf on a 3-yard run and Tanner Allen on a 50-yard pass from Rolf.

In the second period, Harris returned a punt 70 yards for a score, Lane Fanning had a 2-yard run and Colten Person a 66-yard run.

In between all that, Garber got a touchdown from Dallas Hunt on an 86-yard kickoff return.

Laverne put up 454 yards in total offense on just 33 plays.

Garber finished with 20 yards in total offense.

The Tigers, 7-0, host Merritt next Friday.

Sharon-Mutual 48, Buffalo 0

The Trojans, ranked third in Class C, stayed tied with Shattuck for the top spot in District C-1.

Konner Harris and Cooper Free each scored 3 touchdowns and Ben Cooper had one as the Trojans ended the game in the fourth period.

Harris scored on a 76-yard pass and run from Free and runs of 2 and 30 yards. Free had scoring runs of 69, 8 and 35-yards and Cooper's touchdown covered 63 yards.

Buffalo had a big threat on its first possession but fumbled at the Trojan one-yard-line.

Sharon-Mutual, 7-0, had 488 yards in total offense and didn't have a turnover in the game.

Sharon-Mutual has a big road test at Balko next Friday. Buffalo will play Wichita Word of Life on Thursday.

Seiling 28, Canton 24

Seiling won a back-and-forth game at Canton with Eric Young's third-quarter touchdown run winding up as the game-winning score.

The Wildcats scored first on a 47-yard pass from Young to Britt Shuck and added the conversion.

Canton answered with a pair of touchdowns to lead 12-8, but Seiling scored twice in the second quarter to go up 20-8.

The Wildcats added a safety and Young's touchdown in the third period.

Canton scored on a long pass play in the fourth quarter and got the conversion to make it close.

Seiling travels next week to face undefeated Pond Creek-Hunter while Canton hosts Medford.

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