The Oklahoma high school football season kicked off last month, and the Tulsa World is giving readers the opportunity to honor the week's top player.
Each Saturday afternoon in football season, we'll post online eight football candidates for readers to vote on. The candidates will also appear in the Sunday Tulsa World.
Who is the Week 1 high school football player of the week?
POLL CLOSED To vote for high school football player of the week, see the profiles below of each candidate and then cast your vote below. Voting ends at 3 p.m. Tuesday. Your choice for player of the week, along with the World’s choice, will be published Wednesday in the Tulsa World and on OkPrepsExtra.com.
Voting ends 3 p.m. today.
Your choice for player of the week, along with the Tulsa World staff’s choice, will be published Wednesday in the Tulsa World and on OKPrepsExtra.com.
Send football player-of-the-week nominations to Barry Lewis before 4 p.m. Saturdays at email@example.com or call 918-581-8393.
The Tulsa World will also honor athletes in other fall sports. To nominate an athlete of the week in cross country, volleyball or softball, email Ben Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Barry Lewis by 1 p.m. on Mondays. Those players of the week run in the Thursday Tulsa World.
Week 1: Bixby holds off Jenks; Union tops Broken Arrow. See our complete coverage here
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 back at OKPrepsExtra.com for updates throughout the night.
Bixby won the turnover battle 4-1 in a game when the total yardage was nearly even.
JENKS — While Bixby is synonymous with huge point totals, impressive yardage totals and dazzling offensive highlights, the Spartans’ increasin…
Rovaughn Banks rushed for 210 yards and three touchdowns
NuNu Campbell had a pair of touchdown catches for Holland Hall on his 18th birthday.
A late touchdown and a successful two-point conversion gave the Bruins the 15-14 victory.
The Rams had three players finish with more than 90 yards in receiving, led by Ronnie Thomas with five catches for 160 yards.
It became clear as day Friday night at Tiger Stadium. Coweta is sick and tired of being the underdog.
The Hornets scored four unanswered touchdowns in the third quarter to take command.
Jones had 20 carries for 224 yards and three touchdowns.
On Friday night, Blake Jones had 20 carries for 224 yards and three touchdowns to help lead the Class 6AII No. 5 Sandites past 5A No. 7 Bishop…
Bixby at Jenks, Broken Arrow at Union and Wagoner at Coweta among the marquee games this week
Randy Jeffers’ 2020 season ended before it started. “We were 10 minutes before kickoff," he recalls, "and then it happened.”
It happened early in Holland Hall’s regular-season football opener last Friday at home against All Saints Episcopal School of Fort Worth, Texas.
Wagoner visits Coweta at 7 p.m. Friday, and Doug Flanary has friends on both sides of the intense rivalry.
The possibility of a 2019 Dylan and Luke Hasz transfer to Jenks centered not on football, but on basketball.
Burke edged Gillman by 44 votes in the readers poll, while Coweta's Na'Kylan Starks finished third.
All games are 7 p.m. Friday unless noted. The 2020 6AI champs will host the 2020 6AII champs in this week's top game. #okpreps
Broken Arrow moves up a spot in 6AI while Sand Springs enters 6AII's top five after Week Zero wins. #okpreps
During two hours of video review, Bobby Klinck and his Sandite assistants loved most of what they saw from Friday's season-opening win over Sapulpa.
The high school football season continues tonight with the majority of teams in Oklahoma opening their 2021 seasons tonight.
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