Sharon-Mutual and Shattuck rolled to easy victories in District C-1 football action Friday night.

Sharon-Mutual routed Balko 51-6 and Shattuck downed Buffalo 50-8.

In the Sharon-Mutual game, the Trojans broke it open with a 32-point third period.

Weston Free ran for a score and tossed to Braden Neill for another as the Trojans led 19-6 at halftime. Dustin Baker had the other score.

In the third period it was all Sharon-Mutual. Cody Cottom scored three times on runs of 80 and 22 yards and a punt return of 80 yards. Baker had the final touchdown.

Shattuck got 2 touchdowns from Conner Babcock and Kelby Schick and one each from Cory Floyd, Kaden Schick and Carpenter to down Buffalo.

Kyle Hash scored for Buffalo.

Key players for both teams were held out due to injuries. Kade Young and Aaron McCandless didn’t play for Shattuck and Levi Gray missed the game for Buffalo.

Shattuck goes to Forgan next week in the biggest early season game in the district.

In Class A action, Mooreland got into the win column with a 43-0 victory over Burns Flat-Dill City.

Cody Kenny scored 3 touchdowns and Brice Gregory ran for 1 and threw for another to pace the Bearcats.

Mooreland opened up a 14-0 lead and dominated the game throughout.

The Bearcats, 1-2, get a chance to take on highly-ranked Oklahoma Bible Academy next week at Enterline Field.

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Laverne 46, Merritt 0

The host Tigers made quick work of their District B-1 opponent Friday.

Laverne scored 18 points in the first period, then added 28 more in the second to rout the Oilers 46-0. The game ended at halftime due to the 45-point mercy rule.

Seth Overstreet scored 3 touchdowns and J.R. Halliburton 2 for the Tigers, who improved to 2-1 overall and 1-1 in District B-1.

Darrell Nine and Tucker Rolf had the other Tiger scores.

Laverne rolled up 299 yards in total offense while Merritt had just 10 yards.

Laverne goes to Canton next week for another critical league game.

Pond Creek-Hunter 44, Canton 14

Sending a message to everyone else in B-1, the Pond Creek-Hunter Panthers routed host Canton 44-14.

Cody Coats ran for 3 touchdowns and threw for 2 more to lead the Panthers, who built a 44-0 lead before the Tigers got a couple of late consolation touchdowns.

Coats had runs of 29, 52 and 57 yards. Brady Krittenbrink caught touchdown passes of 29 and 11 yards and also scored on a 5-yard run.

Canton fell to 1-2

Seiling 53, Geary 6

The Wildcats celebrated homecoming and took out a couple of weeks of frustration on Geary.

Nathan Colvard scored 3 times and Eddy Pittman twice as the Wildcats got their first win of the season and evened their district record at 1-1. Geary is also 1-1 in district play.

Colvard had runs of 56 and 32 yards in the first period as the Wildcats took control from the start. He also had a 32-yard pass interception return for a score later in the game.

Pittman had runs of 2 and 4 yards. Seiling’s other scores came from Jesse Pittman and Kaleb House.

Seiling goes to Ringwood next week.

Okeene 18, Mangum 0

The Whippets improved to 3-0 with a rugged non-district win over the Tigers.

Okeene took a quick 16-0 lead in the first period, then the defenses took over for both teams. The only scoring in the remaining 3 periods was a safety on a blocked punt out of the end zone.

Beaver 48, Booker, Texas 14

The Dusters opened up a 14-0 lead and never looked back in raising their season record to 3-0.

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