Here is a look at some of the games across the state that will impact district title races in Week 10:
Laverne @ Shattuck
The Laverne Tigers (7-0, 4-0) will travel to face the Shattuck Indians (7-1, 3-1) on Friday night. Laverne puts its perfect season to the test in the final week of the regular against its district rival. Both teams have high-powered offenses that have proven to move the ball on defenses all year. Shattuck does have one loss in district play to Balko-Forgan. A victory for Shattuck Friday night could create a three-way tie between Laverne, Balko-Forgan, and Shattuck. A victory for Laverne guarantees a District B-1 title.
Davenport @ Regent Prep
Davenport (8-1, 3-0) will travel to Regent Prep (9-0, 3-0) in a winner-take-all game for the District B-8 title. Davenport takes its perfect record to Regent Prep in hopes of capturing an unbeaten slate heading into the playoffs. Davenport has beaten eight of its nine opponents by more than 45 points. Regent Prep has caused a mercy rule in seven of its eight wins this season. Its lone loss is to reigning state champion Dewar in opening week of the season.
Hooker @ Fairview
The Hooker Bulldogs (9-0, 6-0) visit the Fairview Yellowjackets (9-0, 6-0) in Week 10. Both teams this time looking to stay unbeaten heading into the playoffs, with a district championship on the line as well. A true winner-take-all as the victor will get the better seeding and take on a lower seed next weekend. Both teams are ranked in the top-five in Class A, and should prove to be a highly competitive game on Friday night at Fairview, which you can watch on skordle.com or on your Skordle app.
Beggs @ Victory Christian
The Victory Christian Conquerors (7-2, 6-0) will host the Beggs Demons (8-1, 6-0) this week as they compete for a district title. Both teams are unbeaten in district play, with statement wins over reigning 2A champion Metro Christian earlier in the season. Triton Chandler leads the Conquerors offense against a stout Demon defense led by Chance Jordan. The Victory Christian defense will have its work cut out for them, trying to stop the dual threat at running back, CJ Brown and Red Martel. This game is another winner-take-all as the winner on Friday night will be guaranteed to host the first two rounds of the playoffs.
Stigler @ Lincoln Christian
The Stigler Panthers will travel and try and knock off the top-ranked Lincoln Christian Bulldogs in Week 10. Unbeaten through nine games, Max Brown and the Bulldogs look to go perfect in the regular season for the third straight season. A district title for the Bulldogs would put them in the driverís seat on their way to making a deep playoff run again. In their way are the Stigler Panthers, a semifinalist team from last year's 3A playoffs. McKade Peery and the Panther offense look to try and put points up on a stellar defense. With a win, Lincoln Christian guarantees a district title, but Stigler would still need some help.
Bethany @ Clinton
The Bethany Bronchos (8-1, 6-0) will play at the Clinton Red Tornadoes (8-1, 6-0) to determine who will win District 4A-1. Clinton, a runner-up in 4A last year, is looking to get back to that game this year. Bethany is sort of an underdog this year, surprising teams and being in this position to claim a district title. Coming off a lackluster year where they went 5-6, the Bronchos are back in position to make a deep playoff run as well. The winner of this game will claim a district title on Friday night and lock up a the two home playoff games.
MacArthur @ Ardmore
The Lawton Mac Highlanders (9-0, 6-0) will take their undefeated record on the road to the Ardmore Tigers (8-1, 5-1) in hopes of winning a district title. The Highlanders have dominated teams throughout the season and look to stay perfect going into the playoffs. There are high hopes for the Highlanders this season as they look to make a run into the 5A playoffs. Ardmore advanced to the second round in last year's playoffs, and hope to return and get past that point in their playoff run this year. Lawton Mac secures the title with a win. An Ardmore win and a Noble win would bring district points into play.