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September 26, 2013

Area prep roundup

ENID, Okla. — 11-man

Piedmont (0-0, 1-2) at Woodward (0-0, 2-1) — District 4A-1 opener for both teams. The Boomers have outscored opponents 131-48. Piedmont is coming off its first win of the season — 42-12 over Western Heights. Woodward has a 4-3 edge in the series since 2004, including a 28-7 victory last season.

Kingfisher (0-0, 3-0) at Heritage Hall (0-0, 1-2) — No. 2 vs. No. 10 in Class 3A in the District 3A-3 opener for both teams. The visiting Yellowjackets have won 13 straight regular season games dating back to a 35-27 loss to the Chargers in the 2011 season finale. The Chargers’ two losses have come against Clinton, No. 3 in 4A, and Davis, No. 1, 2A. Kingfisher has allowed only 50.3 yards rushing per game. Heritage Hall leads the series 6-2, but Kingfisher won last year, 35-6.

Hennessey (2-1) at Tulsa NOAH — The visiting Eagles try to bounce back from last week’s 31-0 shutout loss to Kingfisher last week and will be without quarterback Dylan Hatchel who is out for the season with a knee injury. Hennessey won the first-ever between the two schools 28-6 last season. NOAH is a home school team.

Fairview (0-0, 1-2) at Okeene (0-0, 2-1) — Okeene is ranked No. 7 in Class A. Fairview was in the top 10 this season, before back-to-back losses to Chisholm 14-6  and Tonkawa 17-7. Many feel this game could decide the District A-1 championship. Okeene leads the series 10-3 since 1970, but the Yellowjackets won the last meeting, 49-6 in 2012.

Carnegie (0-0, 0-3) at Crescent (0-0, 2-1) — District A-3 opener for both teams. Carnegie’s three losses have come against 2-1 Hobart and 3-0 Apache and Thomas. Crescent looks to build on last week’s 55-7 rout of Wellston.

Minco (0-0, 2-1) at Cashion (0-0, 2-1) —District A-3 opener for both teams. Cashion is ranked No. 9 in Class A, coming back from an opening game loss to Okeene. Minco has back-to-back wins over Wayne and Maysville after losing to Dibble in its opener.

Watonga (0-0, 2-1) at Crossings Christian (0-0, 2-1) — Watonga is riding a two-game winning streak, but both victories came against teams with 0-3 records — Burns Flat-Dill City (48-12) and Snyder (38-14). Crossings Christian fell to unbeaten Apache 41-10 last week for its first loss of the season. Watonga won the first-ever game between the two schools last year 39-8. District A-3 opener for both teams.

Burns Flat (0-0, 0-3) at Thomas (0-0, 3-0) — District A-2 opener for both teams. Thomas is ranked No. 1 in Class A.


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