Shattuck overcame a slow start to beat Buffalo 52-8 Friday night.
The Indians improved to 4-1 in District C-1, tied with Boise City for second place behind unbeaten Cherokee. The Indians, though, hold a win over Boise City.
Buffalo jumped out to an 8-0 lead on a Christian Sarabia touchdown, but the Indians stormed back with 32 points in the first half to put the game away.
Braxton Bruce scored three touchdowns for the Indians, Raphael Estrada two, Rile Girton one and Eliseo Ramirez one.
Bruce had touchdown runs for 62, 24 and 32 yards.
Shattuck will host Waynoka next Friday. Waynoka defeated Tyrone on Friday.
Cherokee 64, Sharon-Mutual 22
Top-ranked Cherokee scored the first 38 points of the game and improved to 8-0 overall.
Tanner Bowman scored three touchdowns to pace the Chiefs, the defending Class C state champions.
Sharon-Mutual saw its record fall to 3-5. Konner Harris, Jarret Darden and Chris Thompson had touchdowns for the Trojans.
Sharon-Mutual faces Boise City, a 28-6 winner over Balko, next Friday.
Laverne 62, Kremlin-Hillsdale 6
Class B’s top-ranked Laverne Tigers needed just a half to dispatch Kremlin-Hillsdale.
Laverne scored 32 points in the first quarter and 30 in the second for its 7th win of the season and 35th consecutive over three years.
Hunter Person opened the scoring with a 3-yard run, then Tanner Allen hit Trent McConnell for 38 yards, Dalton Sparks ran for 36 yards and Allen hit touchdown passes of 48 yards and 33 yards to Dalton Birch.
Collin Watson caught a touchdown pass from Trey Allen, then scored on a 21-yard run in the second quarter. Tripp Creed’s fumble recovery completed the Tigers scoring.
Laverne had 551 yards in total offense to just 143 for Kremlin-Hillsdale.
The Tigers host Ringwood on Friday.
Thomas rolled to a 34-0 first-half lead and defeated the Beaver Dusters 40-6 Friday night.
The Terriers improved to 8-0 and is closing in on the District A-1 title. Currently the Terriers are a game ahead of Fairview.
In other action Friday, Mooreland scored in every quarter to defeat Sayre 52-7, handing the Eagles a ninth consecutive loss.
The Bearcats are tied for third in the district with Texhoma and Hooker. Mooreland hosts Texhoma on Friday.
Texhoma upset Fairview 27-26 Friday night while Hooker defeated Burns Flat-Dill City 70-26.