Class 6A, Division I No. 1 Owasso stayed undefeated, scoring 21 third-quarter points on the way to a 34-7 win over Moore on Friday.
The Rams (9-0, 6-0) clinched the District 6AI-2 title with the victory.
In 6AI-1, No. 5 Edmond Santa Fe is one win away from claiming the district title after knocking off No. 2 Jenks, 33-30. Edmond Santa Fe can clinch the league championship with a win next week over Norman. The Trojans must beat Westmoore next week to guarantee a playoff spot.
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Edmond Santa Fe 33, Jenks 30
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Owasso 34, Moore 7
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Sapulpa 31, Sand Springs 19
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