Woodward, OK 73801
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| Ben Johnson
Whitt and I have reached red-alert status for this season. If we're not careful, we may be stripped of our picking duties. Either that, or our picks will be distributed for pure comedy.
Week 4 picks - Swisher 15-3 | Coach Turney 16-2 | Whitt 15-3 | Ben 13-5
Overall - Swisher 66-25 | Turney 64-27 | Ben 57-34 | Whitt 57-34
My apologies in advance to the teams I pick below:
Midwest City at Stillwater
Michael Swisher: Stillwater 28, Midwest City 17
Ben Johnson: Stillwater 37, Midwest City 32
Whitt Carter: Stillwater 34, Midwest City 27
Randy Turney: Stillwater 34, Midwest City 20
Heritage Hall at John Marshall
Michael Swisher: Heritage Hall 24, John Marshall 22
Ben Johnson: John Marshall 20, Heritage Hall 18
Whitt Carter: Heritage Hall 27, John Marshall 14
Randy Turney: Heritage Hall 24, John Marshall 21
Booker T. Washington at Bixby
Michael Swisher: Booker T. Washington 27, Bixby 20
Ben Johnson: Bixby 21, Booker T. Washington 20
Whitt Carter: Bixby 21, Booker T. Washington 20
Randy Turney: Bixby 28, Booker T. Washington 20
Altus at Ardmore
Michael Swisher: Ardmore 23, Altus 17
Ben Johnson: Ardmore 20, Altus 19
Whitt Carter: Ardmore 35, Altus 21
Randy Turney: Ardmore 21, Altus 20
Tahlequah at Skiatook
Michael Swisher: Skiatook 24, Tahlequah 14
Ben Johnson: Tahlequah 24, Skiatook 20
Whitt Carter: Tahlequah 35, Skiatook 31
Randy Turney: Skiatook 28, Tahlequah 21
Lincoln Christian at Seminole
Michael Swisher: Lincoln Christian 31, Seminole 21
Ben Johnson: Lincoln Christian 27, Seminole 19
Whitt Carter: Lincoln Christian 42, Seminole 28
Randy Turney: Lincoln Christian 22, Seminole 14
Davenport at Dewar
Michael Swisher: Davenport 41, Dewar 33
Ben Johnson: Davenport 37, Dewar 22
Whitt Carter: Davenport 52, Dewar 42
Randy Turney: Davenport 48, Dewar 40
Berryhill at Locust Grove
Michael Swisher: Berryhill 30, Locust Grove 29
Ben Johnson: Berryhill 29, Locust Grove 20
Whitt Carter: Berryhill 28, Locust Grove 21
Randy Turney: Berryhill 34, Locust Grove 21
Yukon at Edmond Santa Fe
Michael Swisher: Edmond Santa Fe 31, Yukon 20
Ben Johnson: Edmond Santa Fe 24, Yukon 17
Whitt Carter: Edmond Santa Fe 27, Yukon 17
Randy Turney: Edmond Santa Fe 21, Yukon 14
Yale at Regent Prep
Michael Swisher: Regent Prep 42, Yale 28
Ben Johnson: Regent Prep 38, Yale 30
Whitt Carter: Regent Prep 38, Yale 32
Randy Turney: Regent Prep 38, Yale 14
Crescent at Crossings Christian
Michael Swisher: Crescent 29, Crossings Christian 24
Ben Johnson: Crossings Christian 27, Crescent 23
Whitt Carter: Crossings Christian 24, Crescent 20
Randy Turney: Crossings Christian 28, Crescent 20
Jones at Meeker
Michael Swisher: Jones 35, Meeker 20
Ben Johnson: Jones 42, Meeker 27
Whitt Carter: Jones 36, Meeker 28
Randy Turney: Jones 34, Meeker 22
Clinton at Weatherford
Michael Swisher: Clinton 18, Weatherford 14
Ben Johnson: Clinton 22, Weatherford 17
Whitt Carter: Weatherford 24, Clinton 18
Randy Turney: Weatherford 22, Clinton 20
Broken Bow at Hilldale
Michael Swisher: Hilldale 21, Broken Bow 20
Ben Johnson: Hilldale 27, Broken Bow 21
Whitt Carter: Hilldale 34, Broken Bow 28
Randy Turney: Hilldale 22, Broken Bow 14
Woodward at Bishop McGuinness
Michael Swisher: Bishop McGuinness 31, Woodward 14
Ben Johnson: Bishop McGuinness 33, Woodward 22
Whitt Carter: Bishop McGuinness 37, Woodward 21
Randy Turney: Bishop McGuinness 38, Woodward 20
Memorial at Collinsville
Michael Swisher: Collinsville 28, Memorial 17
Ben Johnson: Collinsville 23, Memorial 12
Whitt Carter: Collinsville 28, Memorial 13
Randy Turney: Collinsville 22, Memorial 21
Union at Mustang
Michael Swisher: Union 28, Mustang 26
Ben Johnson: Union 37, Mustang 17
Whitt Carter: Union 27, Mustang 16
Randy Turney: Union 38, Mustang 18
| Ben Johnson
District play has arrived in full force, and there are great games all over the state this week.
Narrowing down the list to the top 10 games wasn't easy, but here it is:
1. 6AII No. 2 Midwest City (3-1) at 6AII No. 1 Stillwater (4-0): In a loaded Class 6AII District 1, the winner here has to feel good about having the inside edge to a district title. The Bombers, having beaten Stillwater four of the last six matchups since 2012, topped the Pioneers in a 35-21 clash last season. In that game, Midwest City quarterback Preston Colbert accounted for 234 yards through the air, including three touchdowns. For good measure, he also rushed for two scores. Last week, Lawton's Miles Davis torched Midwest City for 181 yards and two touchdowns, and now Stillwater will deploy Qwontrel Walker, who rushed for 300-plus yards against Deer Creek last week.
2. 3A No. 1 Heritage Hall (3-1) at 3A No. 2 John Marshall (4-0): Heritage Hall's Billy Ross is closing in on 2,000 career rushing yards. John Marshall quarterback Jerod Leviston is closing in on 1,000 yards through the air this season. And while the offenses may have superb star power, it's the defense stealing the spotlights here. Heritage Hall has only given up 51 points -- most coming in a 30-20 loss to Millwood. John Marshall has yielded only 28 points -- most recently only giving up 10 in a 76-10 win over Bridge Creek last week. These two -- both reigning state champions: Heritage Hall (4A) and John Marshall (3A) -- have met in non-district play the last two seasons with the Chargers winning both. Now they get to square off with district supremacy on the line.
3. 6AII No. 4 Booker T. Washington (2-2) at 6AII No. 3 Bixby (3-1): Rematch of last year's 6AII title game -- one that saw Booker T. Washington come from behind to win. Both teams showcase stellar defensive units. Bixby is led by Ryan Kerr, Brody Sartin, Ethan Hall, Noah West and others, while Booker T. Washington's defense is led by Dax Hill, one of the nation's top recruits who just committed to Michigan. The key for both teams will be finding offensive success. Bixby will lean on quarterback Mason Williams, tailback Braden Roller and wideout Brennan Presley. Booker T. Washington was without its top tailback, Thomas Grayson, against Bartleville last week, and primary quarterback Dwight Hamilton also suffered an arm injury against the Bruins. If Hamilton is unable to go, the Hornets are likely to turn to Tai Dobbins. These two clubs have met every year since 2014, and the Hornets have won three of the five games.
4. 5A No. 3 Altus (4-0) at 5A No. 2 Ardmore (4-0): This might end being the quickest game of the week. Lots and lots of running and by a multitude of players. The Bulldogs have had at least seven players carry the ball at least 16 times and for more than 130 yards to this point in the season. And six of those seven have found the end zone. Ardmore has five -- Cameron Petties, Tero Roberts, Jadrien Monor, Jermaine Scallion and Eean Ross -- primary ball carries, all of which have shared the ball for more than 1,100 yards. Since 2010, Altus and Ardmore have shared district space, and Ardmore has gone 5-2 in those contests.
5. 5A No. 7 Tahlequah (4-0) at 5A No. 4 Skiatook (4-0): Two of the most unheralded players in the state -- Tahlequah's Dae Dae Leathers and Skiatook's Jayden Garner -- will battle it out this week. Leathers and the Tigers rushing attack has been nearly impossible to stop, and Skiatook has been extremely balanced on offense with Garner and Cody Evans at quarterback. One area where Skiatook could have the advantage is defense; the Bulldogs have given up only 19 points through four games. Twice opponents have scored 20 or more points against the Tigers.
6. 3A No. 4 Lincoln Christian (4-0) at 3A No. 7 Seminole (4-0): Much like Heritage Hall and John Marshall, Lincoln Christian and Seminole spent the last two seasons playing as non-district foes (with Lincoln Christian winning both). Seminole will undoubtedly turn to Cameron Gunville (761 yards on 70 carries) in the ground game, while Lincoln Christian will spread it around, thanks to quarterback Chase Ricke (875 yards, 10 TDs on 41 of 69 attempts), tailback Brendyn Harris (402 yards on 66 carries) and Sam Brueggemann (436 yards on 14 catches).
7. B No. 2 Davenport (4-0) at B No. 4 Dewar (4-0): Jacob Acord and Stevie Orr have been nothing short of stellar on the offensive side of the ball for Davenport. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs' defense remains tough to crack. These two teams put on a show last year in a 44-42 win for Davenport.
8. 3A No. 3 Berryhill (4-0) at 3A No. 9 Locust Grove (4-0): Here's a solid matchup of two quarterbacks that don't get the credit they deserved. Berryhill's Cody Ross has tossed for 750 yards and six touchdowns while completing 46 of 80 attempts. For Locust Grove, Caden Bendabout is completing 71 percent (54 of 76) of his passes for 865 yards and seven touchdowns. These two teams have met every year since 2013, and Locust Grove has won three of the five, although Berryhill has won the last two (a 46-14 win last year).
9. 6AI No. 6 Yukon (4-0) at 6AI No. 4 Edmond Santa Fe (4-0): The winner here might announce itself as a potential threat to Broken Arrow, Jenks or Union at the top of 6AI. The Wolves have won the past seven games dating back to 2011, and they'll test Yukon's defense with Kanan Hansen at quarterback.
10. B No. 7 Yale (4-0) at B No. 3 Regent Prep (3-0): Yale hasn't gotten the credit it deserves this season, but that'll end if it's able to knock off Regent Prep. The Rams' Braden Gilbert has thrown for 957 yards and 14 touchdowns while completing 37 of 57 passes this season. The two teams have only met once, and Yale won 38-14 in 2011.
Crescent at Crossings Christian: Another week, another big showdown in District A-3. These two haven't met since 2015 with the series tied 2-2.
Jones at Meeker: Meeker's unbeaten start will be tested with these two clubs facing off for the first time since 2009.
Clinton at Weatherford: These two Interstate-40 rivals have met every year since 1957, including several some memorable playoffs showdown. Weatherford won last year's meeting 30-7.
Broken Bow at Hilldale: Hornets have beaten Broken Bow two years in a row, including last year's 21-6 decision.
Woodward at Bishop McGuinness: Woodward hasn't beaten Bishop McGuinness since 1996. The Irish have won the last seven matchups between the two clubs.
Memorial at Collinsville: Jamoni Jones rushed for 300-plus yards against East Central last week, but now he'll face a test in the Cardinals' stout defense. Collinsville's defense has been a lockdown unit since allowing 250-plus yards to Bartlesville's DeAndre Young in week two.
Union at Mustang: Union has won all six games against Mustang in the series between the two. Three times it has finished as a one-possession game, but Union won last year 48-28.
So who wins all the matchups? Check back for our weekly picks on Thursday.
*Photo by Jimmy Gillespie/Stillwater NewsPress
| Ben Johnson
First Round Rewind
• Hooker 19, Mangum 6: The Bulldogs picked up where they left off from last year’s postseason. Hooker beat Mangum, 26-13, in the first round last year, and this season Lakon Lynch collected 11 tackles and a pass break-up to lead top-ranked Hooker on defense. On offense, Karder Neville had four catches for 117 yards and two touchdowns. Dillon Metcalf also came up with eight tackles and two sacks for the Bulldogs, who advanced to the second round of the playoffs for only the fifth time.
• Crossings Christian 31, Walters 15: Welcome to the second round of the playoffs, Knights. Jacob Snyder led Crossings Christian with 124 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries. “That was big for us because it was the first playoff win in the program’s eight-year history,” Crossings Christian coach Jonathan Keathly said. “The effort and focus was good, especially in the first half. We’re excited to take the long trip to Hooker and give it all we’ve got.”
• Rejoice Christian 41, Pawhuska 8: The Eagles have never not made the second round of the playoffs since earning their first berth in 2012. In Class A, Rejoice has advanced to the quarterfinals once, though. The Eagles moved out of the first round this season because of Andrew Crow’s monster performance -- 35 carries, 372 yards and five touchdowns. He also threw a TD pass and came up with an interception on defense.
• Gore 22, Wynnewood 14: Wynnewood had been a thorn in Gore’s side during the playoffs, eliminating the Pirates from contention in both 2010 and 2012. James Dover led Gore with 99 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries, and quarterback Wes Shanks passed for a touchdown, too.
• Christian Heritage 28, Ringling 22: Bridge Bullard scored on a 3-yard touchdown pass from Zach Hale with less than a minute remaining to upset Ringling. Hale completed 22 of 31 passes for 254 yards and two touchdowns, and he TD runs of 13 and 65 yards. To top it off, Hale had 12 tackles and one sack on defense. Crusaders, after a decade in Class 2A, improved to 3-1 all-time in Class A playoff games.
• Thomas 28, Frederick 14: Brandon Eckert has a touchdown rushing and receiving, and Marshall Gose had 107 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries. Gose also threw a touchdown pass for the Terriers, who have advanced to the Class A semifinals in four of the past eight seasons. “I was extremely proud of our kids,” Thomas coach Bob Ward said. “Frederick is a good team, and it’s a tough place to play. Our guys did a great job of taking the game over early.”
• Stroud 42, Talihina 6: The Tigers are back in the second round for the first time since 2015. Grant Elerick threw TD passes of 68 and 57 yards to Coby Davis, Collin Seaton had touchdown runs of 25 and 15 yards and Gage Parrick added TD rushes of 5 and 72 yards.
• Morrison 34, Okla. Union 0: Ryker Hughes had three touchdown rushes for the Wildcats, who forged their third straight shutout on defense.
• Tonkawa 55, Colcord 12: The Buccaneers’ last playoff win before this week? The 2009 Class A championship game. Braydon Hampton three four touchdown passes for the Bucs, and he also ran a touchdown in and returned an interception for score.
• Wayne 18, Central Sallisaw 13: Last time Wayne beat Central Sallisaw in the first round of the playoffs, the Bulldogs reached the 2012 quarterfinals.
• Hobart 55, Texhoma 19: Hobart collected only its fifth playoff win since the turn of the century. Luke Hollister led the way with four catches for 147 yards and four touchdowns.
• Minco 48, Apache 21: Minco made it six straight seasons of at least picking up a playoff victory. Caedin Addington rushed for 225 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries. He also had five tackles, one sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.
• Hulbert 50, Allen 19: Hulbert running back Jacob Bruce rushed for six touchdowns and 347 yards, moving him atop the state’s all-time rushing list.
• Commerce 49, Hominy 28: Tailback Chris Ibarra rushed for 181 yards and two touchdowns and also had a receiving touchdown, and then on defense he added two interceptions, including one for a 73-yard return for a touchdown.
• Cashion 47, Dibble 7: Wildcats finished with 432 yards on offense and ran its first-round winning streak to 10 years in a row. T.J. Roberts finished with five touchdown runs of 3, 38, 3, 2 and 5 yards for Cashion.
• Fairview 40, Merritt 13: Like 2016, Fairview knocked off Merritt in the first round. That season Fairview reached the quarterfinals before losing to Hominy.
On tap this week…
• Crossings Christian at Hooker: First meeting between these two. Crossings Christian is unbeaten on the road, and Hooker has allowed only 47 points in six home games.
• Gore at Rejoice Christian: Rematch from last year’s first-round game that Rejoice won, 20-12. Pirates are 3-2 away from home, and will have to find a way to slow down Rejoice Christian’s Andrew Crow.
• Christian Heritage at Thomas: The only matchup of two teams who both won on the road last week. With that being the case, and some other determining factors, Thomas is the one playing at home this week.
• Morrison at Stroud: Morrison won the last playoff matchup between the two -- a 41-7 victory in 2008. “It’ll be fun,” Morrison coach Cory Bales told the Stillwater NewsPress. “It will be a great football game. We’re going to have to have a great week of preparation in order to go over there and get a win.”
• Wayne at Tonkawa: These two basically share outposts on I-35, but yet have never met before.
• Minco at Hobart: Hobart will need to find a way to slow down Minco’s Caedin Addington, and Hobart will have to find a way to hand Minco its first road loss. Minco has gone 6-0 away from home this season, including last week’s blowout of Apache.
• Commerce at Hulbert: Former district foes for periods of time in the earlier 2000s, and it’s been a one-sided affair mostly. Commerce is 4-0 against Hulbert since 2008 with a combined score of 196-14. The running back clash in this one -- Hulbert’s Jacob Bruce vs. Commerce’s Chris Ibarra should be fun to watch.
• Fairview at Cashion: Since a 1-2 stint in non-district play, Fairview has only suffered one loss -- a 10-point setback after taking top-ranked Hooker to the wire. The Yellowjackets will have their hands full with Cashion’s Griffin Lamb and T.J. Roberts, though.
First Round Rewind
• Shattuck 48, Ringwood 0
• Alex 54, Empire 8
• Dewar 46, Canadian 0
• Yale 20, Foyil 12
• Waurika 48, Cyril 0
• Cherokee 36, Turpin 16
• Davenport 58, Oaks 0
• Weleetka 46, Porum 0
• Wetumka 54, Gans 6
• Depew 54, Watts 6
• Pioneer 44, Seiling 22
• Burns Flat-Dill City 58, Ryan 12
• Regent Prep 49, Prue 0
• Keota 28, Strother 0
• Synder 62, Bray-Doyle 12
• Laverne 48, Waukomis 2
• Shattuck won its 15th straight playoff game.
• Alex has won a playoff game every year since 2013.
• Yale won its first playoff game since 2004.
• Davenport has won a playoff game every year since 2005.
• Twelve first-round games ended via the mercy rule.
• Burns Flat-Dill City, back in the playoffs for the first time since 2007, won its first postseason game in 12 seasons
On tap this week…
• Alex at Shattuck
• Yale at Dewar
• Cherokee at Waurika
• Weleetka at Davenport
• Depew at Wetumka
• Burns Flat-Dill City at Pioneer
• Keota at Regent Prep
• Laverne at Snyder
First Round Rewind
• Buffalo 46, Maysville 0
• Medford 50, Graham-Dustin 0
• SW Covenant 48, Sasakwa 0
• Tyrone 52, Fox 6
• Tipton 58, Sharon-Mutaul 12
• Coyle 48, Midway 0
• Paoli 26, Covinton-Douglas 14
• Pond Creek-Hunter 42, Mt. View-Gotebo 0
On tap this week…
• Medford at Buffalo
• Tyrone at SW Covenant
• Coyle at Tipton
• PC-Hunter at Paoli
| Ben Johnson
*Photo courtesy of April Howard photography
| Ben Johnson
The Week 11 Player of the Week is sponsored by:
Sam Brandt (Bethany) - Completed 13 of 21 passes for 177 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 175 yards and two touchdowns. On defense, Brandt had two interceptions in Bethany’s 38-13 win over Weatherford.
Andrew Crow (Rejoice Christian) - Rushed for 372 yards and five touchdowns on 35 carries and threw a touchdown pass. On defense, he collected an interception in the Eagles’ 41-8 win over Pawhuska.
Beggs offensive line - Baylor Christy, Tafv Sanders, Andrew Price, DJ Terry and Matt Pierce paved the way for the Demons to rush for 437 yards in a 56-13 win over Wyandotte.
Jacob Bruce (Hulbert) - Rushed for 347 yards and six touchdowns on 32 carries in the Riders’ win over Allen. Also set the state’s new career rushing record, surpassing Larry Dupree’s mark of 8,443.
Ryan Johnson (Metro Christian) - Rushed for 174 yards and five touchdowns on 19 carries, and also caught eight passes for 133 yards in the Patriots’ 60-19 win over Victory Christian.
Campbell Leach (Guthrie) - Collected 13 tackles, three tackles for loss, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and an interception in overtime to seal the Bluejays’ 23-20 win over Duncan.
Chase Ricke (Lincoln Christian) - Completed 19 of 26 passes for 322 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for 124 yards and one touchdown on eight carries in the Bulldogs’ 61-21 win over Verdigris.
Nate Bryant (Stigler) - Rushed 48 times for 289 yards and four touchdowns and also completed 7 of 15 passes for 176 yards and a touchdown in the Panthers’ 33-7 win over Locust Grove.
Mason Williams (Bixby) - Completed 16 of 21 passes for 283 yards and five touchdowns in the Spartans’ 70-14 win over Lawton.
Dawson Neighbors (Hilldale) - Rushed for 208 yards and three touchdowns in Hilldale’s 35-21 win over Bristow.
Thomas Grayson (Booker T. Washington) - Rushed for 285 yards and a touchdown in the Hornets' win over Del City.
Brayden Burd (Collinsville) - Collected 12 tackles, two sacks and a forced fumble on defense. Recorded an 81-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, and on offense rushed for 75 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries in the Cardinals’ win over Ada.
Jacob Snyder (Crossings Christian) - Rushed for 124 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries in the Knight’s 31-15 win over Walters.
Blade Horton (Coalgate) - Rushed 35 times for 249 yards and four touchdowns in Coalgate’s win over Lexington.
Jaxon Canard (OCS) - Junior running back totaled 258 yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries. Also caught two passes for 63 yards in OCS’ 63-26 win over Okemah.
Garrett Long (Adair) - Caught eight passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns in the Warriors’ 44-20 win over Morris.
Chris Ibarra (Commerce) - Rushed for 181 yards and two touchdowns and also caught a pass for a 44-yard touchdown pass. On defense, he hauled in two interceptions, including one for a 73-yard return for a touchdown. He also had five tackles in the Tigers’ 49-28 win over Hominy.
Marshall Gose (Thomas) - Rushed for 107 yards and two touchdowns and also passed for a touchdown in the Terriers’ 28-14 win over Frederick.
Braden Meek (Chisholm) - Completed 19 of 24 passes for 274 yards and six touchdowns in the Longhorns’ 48-42 victory over Meeker.
Noah Cortes (Broken Arrow) - Rushed for 256 yards and six touchdowns on 24 carries in the Tigers’ 49-0 win over Moore.
Daniel Rice (Berryhill) - Rushed for 264 yards and two touchdowns on 32 carries, and also had eight tackles in the Chiefs’ win over Seminole.
Zach Hale (Christian Heritage) - Senior QB completed 22 of 31 passes for 254 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for 65 yards and two touchdowns. On defense, he had 12 tackles and one sack in the Crusaders’ win over Ringling.
Luke Hollister (Hobart) - Caught four passes for 147 yards and four touchdowns in Hobart’s win over Texhoma.
LaQuan Wells (Idabel) - Rushed for 114 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries and passed for 226 yards and two touchdowns in the Warriors’ win over Cascia Hall.
Caiden Addington (Minco) - Rushed for 225 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries. On defense, he finished with five tackles, one sack, one fumble recovery and one forced fumble in Minco’s win over Apache.
Brock Parham (Plainview) - Completed 16 of 18 passes for 206 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for a touchdown in Plainview’s victory over John Marshall.
Mason Hayes (Claremore) - Racked up 24 tackles, five tackles for loss and a forced fumble that led to Thomas Mason’s 96-yard fumble return for a touchdown in the Zebras’ win over Edison.
Darius Boone Jr. (Union) - Rushed for 230 yards and three touchdowns in Union’s win over Edmond Santa Fe.
Zac Anderson (Eufaula) - Rushed eight times for 116 yards and three touchdowns in the Ironheads’ win over Spiro.
Tristin Truelove (Tuttle) - Rushed for 194 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries in the Tigers’ win over Anadarko.
Qwontrel Walker (Stillwater) - Rushed for 222 yards and five touchdowns on 26 carries in the Pioneers’ win over Muskogee.
Dreyson Watters (Jenks) - Rushed for 147 yards and one touchdown on 13 carries in the Trojans’ win over Putnam City North.