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October 3, 2013

Local scores for 10-04-13

ENID, Okla. — PREP FOOTBALL

6A-1

Team    Dist.    Overall    PF    PA

Enid    1-0    2-2    104    127

Sand Springs    1-0    2-2    138    136

Stillwater    1-0    1-3    123    124

Union    1-0    2-2    108    92

Bartlesville    0-1    2-2    132    103

T. Washington    0-1    2-2    157    128

Owasso    0-1    1-3    87    123

Ponca City    0-1    0-4    20    186

Tonight’s games

Sand Springs at Bartlesville

Enid at Tulsa Washington

Owasso at Ponca City

Stillwater at Union

4A-1

Team    Dist.    Overall    PF    PA

Anadarko    1-0    4-0    251    35

Clinton    1-0    3-1    159    67

Elgin    1-0    2-2    87    112

Woodward    1-0    3-1    163     75

Cache    0-1    2-2    112    106

Elk City    0-1    1-3    64    180

Piedmont    0-1    1-3    72    108

Weatherford    0-1    1-2    55    81

Tonight’s games

Elk City at Anadarko

Cache at Piedmont

Clinton at Elgin

Woodward at Weatherford

3A-3

John Marshall    1-0    2-1    128    73

Centennial    1-0    3-1    91    89

Kingfisher    1-0    4-0    171    19

Newcastle    0-0    2-2    125    73

Bethel    0-1    0-4    53    177

Heritage Hall    0-1    1-3    59    154

Star Spencer    0-1    1-3    42    125

Tonight’s games

Centennial at Newcastle

Jones at Bethel

Heritage Hall at John Marshall

Star Spencer at Kingfisher

2A-1

Chisholm    1-0    4-0    79    47

Newkirk    1-0    2-2    67    75

Tonkawa    1-0    3-1    45    37

Alva    0-1    2-2    147    121

Hennessey    0-0    3-1    106     72

Pawnee    0-1    2-2    57    48

Perry    0-1    1-3    49    107

Tonight’s games

Alva at Perry

Chisholm at Hennessey

Tonkawa at Pawnee

Chelsea at Newkirk

A-1

Hooker    1-0    1-2    48    114

Okeene     1-0    3-1    60    35

OBA    1-0    2-2    86    83

Texhoma    1-0    2-2    92    85

Beaver    0-1    1-3    38    121

Fairview    0-1    1-3    54    45

Mooreland    0-1    3-1    108    45

Turpin    0-1    0-3    41    133

Tonight’s games

Beaver at OBA

Turpin at Fairview

Hooker at Okeene

Texhoma at Mooreland

A-3

Crescent    1-0    3-1    136    67

Minco    1-0    3-1    139    47

Watonga    1-0    3-1    169    125

Pioneer    0-0    1-3    62    115

Carnegie    0-1    1-3    62    159

Cashion    0-1    2-2    80    94

Cross,Christian 0-1             2-2         145     96

Tonight’s games

Cordell at Carnegie

Cashion at Pioneer

Crescent at Crossings Christian

Minco at Watonga

B-1

PC-Hunter    4-0    5-0    218    6

Laverne    3-0    4-0    198     38

Merritt    3-0    4-0    198    85

Garber    2-1    3-1    224     98

Seiling    2-1    2-2    141    145

Ringwood    1-2    2-2    209    176

Cov-Douglas    1-3    1-4    76    246

Canton    0-3    1-3    108    168

Medford    0-3    0-4    69    224

Waukomis    0-4    1-4    168    295

Tonight’s games

Merritt at Canton

Ringwood 84, Covington-Douglas 36

Seiling at Garber

Laverne at Medford

Pond Creek-Hunter 50, Waukomis 0

C-1

Balko    2-0    4-0    202    40

Shattuck    2-0    31    164     90

Sharon-Mutual    1-0    4-0    202    44

Boise City    2-1    2-2    154    171

Tyrone    1-1    1-2    24    88

Waynoka    1-2    1-3    62    150

Goodwell    0-2    0-4    30    190

Buffalo    0-3    0-4    70    198

Tonight’s games

Balko at Buffalo

Sharon-Mutual at Boise City

Waynoka at Goodwell

Tyrone at Shattuck

C-3

Cherokee    2-0    3-0    148    0

Timberlake    2-0    2-2    148     170

Bluejacket    1-1    2-2    170    96

Krem-Hillsdale    1-1    2-2    176    100

DCLA    1-2    1-3    64    148

Clare Christian    0-1    1-2    48    126

Bartl Wesleyan    0-2    1-2    45    98

Tonight’s games

Bartlesville Wesleyan at Bluejacket

Mountain View at Cherokee

DCLA, open date

Life Christian at Timberlake

Claremore Christian at Kremlin-Hillsdale



STATE

Arkansas School for the Deaf, Ark. 55, Oklahoma School for the Deaf 8

Chickasha 53, Capitol Hill 2

Edmond Santa Fe 26, Mustang 14

Lawton 37, Choctaw 29

Memorial 40, Noble 22

OKC Patriots 62, Cookson Hills Christian 20

Putnam North 31, Moore 23

PC-HUNTER 50, WAUKOMIS 0

PC-H    30    14    6    0    -    50

WHS    0    0    0    0    -    0

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