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October 6, 2012

Local scores for 10-6-12

ENID, Okla. — Week 6 schedule

County

Union 63, Enid 7

Chisholm 35, Crooked Oak 14

Watonga 49, Pioneer 14

OBA 54, Texhoma 6

Pond Creek-Hunter 42, Garber 16

Laverne 46, Waukomis 0

Covington-Douglas 50, Medford 14

Tyrone 44, Kremlin-Hillsdale 0

11-Man

Woodward 37, Elgin 15

Kingfisher 63, John Marshall 0

Alva  55, Pawnee 3

Hennessey 49, Perry 8

Mooreland 35, Beaver 22

Fairview 71, Hooker 18

Okeene 55, Turpin 0

Cashion 52, Maysville 45

Crescent 41, Minco 21

8-Man

Ringwood 60, Canton 34

Merritt 54, Seiling 20

Balko 44, Shattuck 28

Goodwell at Buffalo

Bartlesville Wesleyan 42, DCLA 20

Carney 52, Timberlake 30

Cherokee 52, Claremore Christian 6

Thursday’s game

Sharon-Mutual 46, Waynoka 0

6A-1

Owasso 52, Bartlesville 0

Sand Springs 47,  Ponca City 17

T. Washington 41, Stillwater 22

STATE

Ada 55, Santa Fe South 6

Alva 55, Pawnee 3

Anadarko 28, Clinton 21

Arkoma 44, Midway 36

Barnsdall 34, Drumright 6

Beggs 25, Inola 19

Berryhill 40, Sperry 7

Bethel 7, Star Spencer 6

Bishop Kelley 28, Noble 7

Blanchard 26, Marlow 0

Bluejacket 46, Prue 14

Booker T. Washington 41, Stillwater 22

Bristow 35, Chandler 19

Broken Bow 37, Stilwell 6

Carney 52, Timberlake 30

Cashion 52, Maysville 45

Cave Springs 44, Strother 20

Central High 57, Geary 14

Chelsea 40, Oklahoma Union 21

Cherokee 52, Claremore Christian 6

Chisholm 35, Crooked Oak 14

Christian Heritage Academy 34, Dibble 20

Cleveland 63, Oologah 28

Colcord 13, Quapaw 6

Collinsville 23, Central 7

Commerce 49, Hulbert 14

Cookson Hills Christian 60, Boulevard Christian School 20

Corn Bible Academy 60, Gracemont 6

Covington-Douglas 50, Medford 14

Coweta 54, Tahlequah 0

Coyle 56, Agra 6

Crescent 42, Minco 21

Cushing 63, Henryetta 18

Cyril 38, Oklahoma Christian Academy 28

Davenport 70, Bowlegs 20

Davis 62, Marietta 6

Deer Creek 83, Guymon 6

Del City 48, Altus 0

Douglass 14, Glenpool 0

Duncan 28, Ardmore 14

Edmond Memorial 41, Mustang 13

El Reno 23, OKC Northwest 7

Empire 28, Healdton 7

Fairland 34, Foyil 6

Fairview 71, Hooker 18

Forgan 56, Boise City 6

Fort Gibson 49, Poteau 21

Frederick 62, Mangum 7

Guthrie 21, Carl Albert 17

Hartshorne 61, Hugo 7

Haskell 41, Tishomingo 14

Hennessey 49, Perry 8

Heritage Hall 49, Newcastle 21

Hilldale 49, Lincoln Christian 6

Hobart 52, Riverside 8

Jenks 24, Broken Arrow 7

Jones 61, Mount St. Mary 14

Keys (Park Hill) 53, Vian 0

Kingfisher 63, John Marshall 0

Laverne 46, Waukomis 0

Lexington 36, Kingston 13

Liberty 44, Afton 16

Lindsay 48, Comanche 8

MacArthur 44, Chickasha 18

Madill 41, Dickson 13

Mannford 14, Harrah 7

McAlester 55, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 14

McGuinness 69, Western Heights 0

McLoud 40, Tecumseh 16

Memorial 57, Durant 20

Merritt 54, Seiling 20

Metro Christian 34, Dewey 0

Moore 38, Eisenhower 30

Mooreland 35, Beaver 22

Norman 45, Choctaw 14

Nowata 42, Pawhuska 7

OKC Patriots 66, Life Christian 35

OKC Southeast 41, Capitol Hill 0

Okeene 55, Turpin 0

Okemah 56, Holdenville 0

Oklahoma Christian School 22, Millwood 18

Owasso 52, Bartlesville 0

Pauls Valley 10, Lone Grove 7

Perkins-Tryon 47, Prague 16

Piedmont 26, Elk City 20

Plainview 35, Purcell 7

Pryor 44, Grove 14

Putnam North 63, Midwest City 27

Ringling 56, Wilson 19

Rush Springs 32, Walters 0

Sapulpa 14, Bixby 10

Savanna 26, Canadian 8

Seminole 40, Bethany 0

Sequoyah Tahlequah 47, Westville 13

Sharon-Mutual 46, Waynoka 0

Shawnee 51, Skiatook 0

Snyder 28, Cordell 6

Stigler 35, Roland 32

Stroud 58, Meeker 21

Summit Christian 58, Porter Consolidated 51

Talihina 51, Central Sallisaw 20

Tipton 48, Grandfield 0

Tonkawa 27, Newkirk 0

Tuttle 47, Bridge Creek 7

Verdigris 50, NOAH 6

Wagoner 48, Miami 7

Wayne 55, Stratford 0

Weatherford 56, Cache 21

Welch 46, Copan 0

Weleetka 22, Gans 14

Wetumka 52, Dewar 12

Wewoka 27, Caddo 19

Woodward 37, Elgin 35

Wyandotte 18, Salina 15

Wynnewood 40, Elmore City 22

Yale 40, Morrison 6

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