Shattuck defense

Shattuck defenders bring down the Garber runner in first-quarter action of Friday's Class C playoff game in Shattuck. The defending state champion Indians won 46-0. (Photo by Johnny McMahan)

NOBLE - Fourth-ranked Noble ended the Boomers football season here Friday night.

The Bears scored 28 unanswered points and defeated the Boomers 28-14 in the first round of the Class 5A football playoffs

The Boomers got the first touchdown midway through the opening quarter, but the Bears answered with three touchdowns to take a 21-7 halftime lead.

Woodward threatened late in the half, reaching the Bears five-yard-line before time ran out.

Noble scored in the fourth quarter for a 28-7 lead, then the Boomers got on the board in the final minute of the game on a long touchdown pass for the 28-14 final.

The Boomers end the season with a 5-6 record, making their first playoff appearance since the 2013 season.

Noble, 10-1, will face Bishop Kelley in the quarterfinals.

Three of the Boomers district foes won as Piedmont, Carl Albert and Bishop McGuinness all advanced to the quarterfinals.

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In a wild area game, Sharon-Mutual's upset bid at Tipton fell just short.

The defending Class C champion Tigers scored with two minutes left in the game to edge Sharon-Mutual 52-50.

The Trojans had taken the lead on a 45-yard run by Gabe Sessoms and two-point conversion by Alex Carter with 5:53 left.

Offense dominated the matchup with the teams combining for almost 900 total yards.

Carter led Sharon-Mutual with 340 yards on 41 carries and scored six touchdowns. Sessoms added 104 yards on 20 attempts.

Tipton took a quick 16-0 lead in the first quarter, but Sharon-Mutual rallied and trailed 38-30 at halftime.

Each team scored in the third period before the Trojans used 14 unanswered points to take their first lead, 50-46.

Also in Class C, Waynoka outscored Maysville 52-28 to advance. The Rails never trailed, leading 28-8 at halftime. Tabor Budy scored five touchdowns and Chris Green two for the Railroaders.

Timberlake in Class C edged Mountain View-Gotebo 28-24 on a 23-yard pass from Merric Judd to Devon Kent in the third period.

In Class B, Shattuck wasted little time in dispatching Garber. The Indians scored 30 points in the first quarter and finished the game by halftime, 46-0.

Laverne also advanced, downing Ringwood 42-12. Five different players scored touchdowns for the Tigers, who rolled up 412 yards in total offense and on defense picked off four passes.

Seiling lost to Cherokee and Turpin fell to Pioneer. Seiling scored first against Cherokee on a 62-yard run by Taylon Gilchrist, but that was pretty much the Wildcats' offense. Cherokee led 30-6 by halftime.

In Class A, Mangum defeated Mooreland 31-12 while Texhoma beat Hobart 32-15 and Thomas routed Sayre 41-6.

Chisholm advanced in Class 2A with a 41-8 win over Okemah.

Scores

Class 6A-1

Jenks 55, Mustang 28

Moore 41, Edmond Santa Fe 28

Broken Arrow 35, Tulsa Union 31

Owasso 52, Norman 14

Class 6A-2

Bixby 42, Midwest City 10

Choctaw 29, Muskogee 21

Del City 33, Tulsa Washington 7

Stillwater 77, Sapulpa 6

Class 5A

Carl Albert 48, Duncan 7

Tulsa Kelley 27, Collinsville 0

McGuinness 46, Ardmore 14

Piedmont 24, El Reno 21

Coweta 42, Tahlequah 21

Noble 28, Woodward 14

Tulsa Edison 55, Pryor 27

McAlester 49, Claremore 28

Class 4A

Bethany 20, Clinton 0

Broken Bow 28, Bristow 3

Cache 42, Tecumseh 20

Poteau 48, Cleveland 20

Sallisaw 9, Grove 7

Tuttle 17, Chickasha 7

Wagoner 42, Fort Gibson 7

Weatherford 28, Cushing 6

Class 3A

Checotah 36, Cascia Hall 22

Heritage Hall 42, Purcell 0

Kingfisher 45, Marlow 42

Lincoln Christian 56, Inola 7

Perkins 35, Sulphur 6

Plainview 49, John Marshall 15

Stigler 55, Berryhill 21

Verdigris 41, Inola 6

Class 2A

Adair 58, Dewey 0

Beggs 62 Nowata 22

Chisholm 41, Okemah 8

Eufaula 32, Seq-Tahlequah 0

Holland Hall 34, Atoka 0

Hugo 41, Spiro 13

Jones 49, Perry 21

Kingston 42, Community Christian 0

Lindsay 49, Lexington 46

Luther 26, Chandler 8

Meeker 44, Oklahoma Christian 14

Metro Christian 69, Kiefer 30

Millwood 14, Davis 10

Sperry 59, Kansas 2

Vian 56, Hartshorne 19

Washington 45, Comanche 13

Class A

Barnsdall 33, Commerce 7

Cashion 45, Rush Springs 0

Dibble 28, Crossings Christian 20

Frederick 48, Oklahoma Bible 21

Gore 27, Konawa 6

Minco 41, Elmore City 7

Mangum 31, Mooreland 12

Pawhuska 52, Oklahoma Union 6

Pawnee 54, Colcord 0

Rejoice Christian 42, Hominy 19

Ringling 36, Watonga 0

Stroud 48, Warner 7

Texhoma 32, Hobart 15

Thomas 41, Sayre 6

Wayne 33, Savanna 14

Wewoka 56, Central Sallisaw 20

Class B

Alex 52, Empire 6

Burns Flat-Dill City 54, Central Marlow 6

Canadian 62, Gans 12

Cherokee 52, Seiling 6

Davenport 55, Oaks 0

Depew 54, Watts 8

Dewar 68, Wetumka 28

Pioneer 44, Turpin 6

Regent Prep 62, Yale 6

Laverne 42, Ringwood 12

Shattuck 46, Garber 0

Snyder 64, Wilson 18

Strother 28, Keota 20

Summit Christian 52, Prue 12

Waurika 54, Cyril 6

Weleetka 54, Arkoma 8

Class C

Covington-Douglas 38, Midway 14

Graham-Dustin 52, Bluejacket 6

Pond Creek-Hunter 54, Fox 6

Sasakwa 70, Coyle 60

Southwest Covenant 50, Webbers Falls 18

Timberlake 28, Mountain View-Gotebo 24

Tipton 52, Sharon-Mutual 50

Pond Creek-Hunter 54, Fox 6

Waynoka 52, Maysville 28

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