Although the second half didn’t have much suspense, Bixby’s Loren Montgomery received a surprise a few moments after the top-ranked Spartans’ 58-14 victory over No. 4 Sand Springs in a District 6AII-2 matchup Thursday night.

McAlester stuffed a Coweta offense that had averaged 46 points per game.

Due to fall break, many Oklahoma high school football games played on Thursday this week.

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Loren Montgomery has 100 wins in 12 seasons as Bixby's head coach.

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Although the second half didn’t have much suspense, Bixby’s Loren Montgomery received a surprise a few moments after the top-ranked Spartans’ …

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No. 2-ranked Union took only 14 minutes to build a 28-point lead and cruised to a 56-14 win over the seventh-ranked Lions at Moore Schools Stadium.

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No. 2-ranked Union took only 14 minutes to build a 28-point lead and cruised to a 56-14 win over the seventh-ranked Lions at Moore Schools Stadium.

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Coweta's magic carpet ride ended as the extremely physical, Erik McCarty-driven Buffaloes dominated.

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Before the start of this Class 5A main event, Coweta coach Tim Harper made small talk with referee Kevin Mykeloff and several media members.

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Berryhill couldn’t overcome four turnovers, two of which led to Holland Hall touchdowns.

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Holland Hall’s Class 3A No. 1 Dutch saw one football streak go by the wayside Thursday but extended another.

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No. 1 Jenks reeled off 25 unanswered points to pull away for a 35-14 win over No. 4 Santa Fe at Wolves Stadium on Thursday night.

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The rematch of last year’s Class 6AI football title game again left no doubt that the Jenks Trojans are better than the Edmond Santa Fe Wolves.

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The Rams bolted to a 28-0 lead after one quarter and a 45-0 cushion by halftime on the way to a 52-8 runaway victory

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Third-ranked Owasso faced a possible “trap” game against winless Southmoore on Thursday night with a tough district opponent on the schedule f…

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In each of the past two years, Broken Arrow has escaped with one-score victories over Yukon.

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After a big district win against Catoosa last week, the Bulldogs scored another 4A-3 blowout victory Thursday night over the Miami Wardogs.

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The winner of McAlester at Coweta will be the favorite for the 5A-3 district title. Jenks at Edmond Santa Fe will be rematch of last season's …

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The Tulsa World and FOX23 continue our partnership this season, bringing you wall-to-wall coverage of high school football. Check out this week's Thursday night weather forecast, FOX23's broadcast schedule and the YurView Game of the Week.

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McAlester's Erik McCarty has at least one rushing TD in 19 consecutive games.

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Our panel of eight choose the winners of 15 local games, including McAlester-Coweta; Sand Springs-Bixby; Southmoore-Owasso and Yukon-Broken Ar…

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Coweta rallied from a 14-0 deficit for a 20-17 win last year at McAlester.

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There were a few notable changes in Class 2A after this week, with Beggs' win over previous No. 1 Metro Christian and Rejoice Christian's 63-0…

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Coaches from basketball, wrestling, swimming and other winter sports are asked to bring their top five to seven athletes. Football teams that missed the World’s Fall Sports Photo Day in August also are invited. Spring sports athletes also can participate.

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B.T. Washington will recognize members of the 1971 team at halftime Thursday when the Hornets host Putnam West for a 7 p.m. kickoff in S.E. Williams Stadium.

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With the 63-point knockout of Choctaw, Bixby’s streak of 42 consecutive wins now is tied for the second-best in state history.

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The Eagles, who host winless Nowata on Thursday, improved to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in 2A-8 and now sit in a first-place tie with Adair. Claremore Sequoyah fell to 4-2 and 2-1.

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Once Brayden Gilkey shifted into high gear, there was no stopping the Collinsville senior running back.

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A pair of first-time nominees are honored as the week's best.

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Bill Knight Automotive presents the area football, cross country, softball and volleyball athletes as Athlete of the Week this season.

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Class 6A-II No. 3 Booker T. Washington (5-1, 2-1) led for most of the ballgame but never comfortably, and held on for a 37-32 win at previousl…

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This District 6A-2 clash of the Norman North Timberwolves and Owasso Rams was played on Friday, Oct. 1 — giving Blankenship a shot to pad his …

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Owasso (3-0) and Union (2-1) are teams that have combined for three of the past five state titles in 6AI. The winner of this district opener t…

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This week's high school football games includes the latest edition of Bixby vs Stillwater in 6AII; and a matchup between two 2020 state champi…

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The latest editions of the Backyard Bowl (Jenks-Union) and Patriot Bowl (Owasso-Broken Arrow) are part of Week 2's high school football games.…

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Bixby at Jenks, Broken Arrow at Union and Wagoner at Coweta among the marquee games this week. See all of our Week 1 coverage here and check b…

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The high school football season continues with the majority of teams in Oklahoma opening their 2021 seasons.

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High school football starts this week. Here's our complete breakdown of the 2021 season with class analysis, rankings, a look at the best play…

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