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- Murray Evans
Rams quarterback Austin Havens threw for 246 yards and four touchdowns -- three to Kelan Carney
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- Jon Potts For the Tulsa World
Trojans' Grant Lohr had a big night with 75 yards rushing with two touchdowns and two interceptions, one of which he returned for a score.
- Ian Maule
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EDMOND — Broken Arrow was in the game the entire way Friday, but couldn’t get it done in the end, despite three touchdowns from junior running…
- Duane DaPron
Wagoner's Braden Drake had 213 yards rushing and four touchdowns -- including 158 yards and three touchdowns in the first quarter.
It was a big night for Union's top three running backs as AJ Green had 15 rushes for 207 yards and two TDs, Rovaughn Banks carried 11 times for 143 yards and two TDs, and Junior Smith added 43 yards on five carries as he scored Union's first two TDs on the ground.
- Ben Johnson
The No. 4-ranked Yellowjackets outscored the No. 9 Sandites 28-0 over the final two quarters.
The Comets remain undefeated on the season. COURTESY/FOX23
The ESPN family of networks is headed to Bixby to televise the Spartans’ final regular-season football game against Booker T. Washington on Nov. 5.
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- Bill Haisten
After the Union program’s first 0-4 start since 1978 – when Kirk Fridrich was a fifth-grader at Rogers Elementary in Shawnee – there were signs that everything was about to turn.
- John Tranchina For the Tulsa World
It was a complete team effort for Collinsville on Thursday night at LaFortune Stadium.
It's the third time this season that a Bixby game has been canceled due to its opponent's COVID issues.
A Ponca City radio station’s parent company is suing over the live-stream rights to a Bixby-Ponca City football game, set for Oct. 30 in Bixby…
In 4A-3, Asher Brewer leads Cleveland's upset over No. 5 Skiatook while Kadian Forbis scored three TDs in Grove's victory over Oologah.
Penland is in his first season with defending Class 2A state champion Metro Christian after reaching the 6AI state final with Jenks the past two years.
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association is opening postseason play to "all schools that desire an opportunity," because of the high number of district football games postponed or canceled due to the coronavirus.
Adding extra teams into the postseason brackets over the normal four from each district will expand playoffs series by one week in every classification except the 6A subdivisions, which have a bye week baked into their normal three-round playoff schedules.
Class 5A's No. 5 team hasn't played a home game all season.
All games 7 p.m. Friday unless noted
Owasso and Bixby again post easy wins. Metro scores 35 points in a win over Victory Christian while Coweta uses some razzle dazzle to down McA…
There were some close ones, an upset of a top-ranked team and an impressive performance by Booker T. Washington. Here is all of our Week 6 cov…
Jenks rallies past Broken Arrow. Bixby's Braylin Presley continues to be amazing. Owasso extends its winning streak to 18. It was another exci…
Owasso, Bixby and Wagoner remained unbeaten Friday night in Week 4.
Holland Hall's Wallace Clark threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more, as Holland Hall rolled to a big win over Metro Christian on Frid…
Owasso's Cole Adams caught a pair of touchdown passes in the first quarter, as the Rams rolled to a 32-6 victory over Broken Arrow on Friday n…
Coming off a nationally-televised win over Bentonville West to open the season, Broken Arrow notched another high profile victory Friday, knoc…
A most unusual 2020 high school football season kicked off Friday.
- From Staff Reports
High school football is scheduled to start this week, but who knows if school will even be in session by Friday.
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The Ridgerunners produced a pair of seven-point wins in a five-day span.
Wins by Pryor and Coweta set up showdowns for district leads next Friday.
It's a showdown between two of the top three teams in Class 3A. Another big matchup in Week 9 is in 5A-3 -- No. 5 Coweta (7-1) at No. 1 Bishop Kelley (7-0).