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High School Football Week 8: Booker T. Washington, Union, Broken Arrow roll to big wins on special Thursday night of action

High School Football Week 8: Booker T. Washington, Union, Broken Arrow roll to big wins on special Thursday night of action

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Week 8 scoreboard

Photo gallery: See the best images as Booker T. Washington knocks off Sand Springs

Photo gallery: See the best images as Tahlequah Sequoyah at Victory Christian

Photo gallery: See the best images as Cascia Hall visits Catoosa

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It's Oklahoma's annual tradition of Fall Break Thursday night football.

The early start led to several early celebrations, as Booker T. Washington (against Sand Springs), Union (against Southmoore) and Broken Arrow (against Norman) rolled to easy district victories.

Check out all the game stories below.


Booker T. Washington 40, Sand Springs 0

Thomas Grayson scored on runs of 51 and 28 yards as the Hornets moved to 7-1 overall and 4-0 in District 6AII-2.


Broken Arrow 59, Norman 7

Corben Chambers rushed for three touchdowns as the Tigers won for the third straight game.


Union 48, Southmoore 0

No. 1-ranked Union rolled to 626 yards of offense against the winless Sabercats.


Jenks 49, Yukon 7

The Trojans scored 28 points in the third quarter to break open a close game and win for the fourth straight time.


Skiatook 20, Claremore 14

Skiatook’s Austin Johnson recovered a fumble with 15 seconds left, and the Bulldogs won their sixth straight game.


Cascia Hall 41, Catoosa 27

Jake Weller had a pair of touchdown runs as the Commandos won for the fourth straight game and moved into a tie for second in District 4A-3.


Victory Christian 49, Tah. Sequouyah 21

The second-ranked team in Class 2A outscored the 3A No. 5 Indians 35-7 in the second half of a non-district game.

Week 5: Union knocks off Owasso in overtime; Jenks knocks off Broken Arrow

Week 6: Wagoner rolls past McLain, sets state 11-man record for consecutive wins with 43

Week 7: Wagoner beats Oologah on last-second field goal, pushes state-record win streak to 44 games

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