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November 17, 2012

Local scores for 11-17-12

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ENID, Okla. —

TEAM STATISTICS

            SM        THACK

First downs            12        4

Rushing            306        8

Passing            38        61

Passes            1-4-1        9-21-3

Punts            0-0        2-20

Fumbles            1-1        1-1

Penalties            6-45        0-0

LAVERNE 46, DAVENPORT 0

LAVERNE    22    16    8    x    —    48

DAVENPORT              0        0          0       x    —    0

SCORING SUMMARY

Laverne – Harris 42 run (Harris run)

Laverne – Harris 24 run (Overstreet pass from Rolf)

Laverne – Rolf 8 run (run failed)

Laverne – Harris 2 run (Birch run)

Laverne – Overstreet 16 pass from Rolf (Overstreet pass from Rolf)

Laverne – Harris 25 run (Birch run)

TEAM STATISTICS

            Laverne    Daven

First downs            9        5

Rushing            189        35

Passing            129        43

Passes            8-13        4-13

Penalties            2-15        3-20

CHEROKEE 30, BALKO 0

BALKO    0    0    0    0    —    0

CHEROKEE    8    8    8    6    —    30

SCORING SUMMARY

Cherokee – Tanner Bowman 41 run (Alex Castro run)

Cherokee – Josh Argraves 22 run (Castro run)

Cherokee – Bowman 60 run (Argraves run)

Cherokee – Bowman 71 run (pass fail)

TEAM STATISTICS

        BALKO        CHEROKEE

First downs            19        8

Rushing            175        304

Passing            92        6

Passes            5-14-2        1-2-0

Punts        =    3-29        4-38

Fumbles            4-3        0-0

Penalties            4-25        7-61

FREDERICK 49, ALVA 13

ALVA    0    13    0       0—  13

FREDERICK    14    22    10    3    —    49

SCORING SUMMARY

F — Trevor Flores 2 run (Andras Pocza kick)

F — Flores 2 run (Pocza kick)

F — Jessie Webb 22 pass from Flores (Blake Cotton run)

A — Riley Hess 79 pass from Ty Hooper (Shane Murrow kick)

F — Marcus Ibarra 3 run (Pocza kick)

F — Webb 93 pass from Flores (Pocza kick)

A — Hess 69 pass from Hooper (kick failed)

F — Ibarra 3 run (Pocza kick)

F — Pocza 37 FG

F — Pocza 24 FG

TEAM STATISTICS

    A    F

First downs    7    20

Rushing    17-(-4)    53-289

Passing    212     257

Passes    8-18-1    16-27-0

Punts    7-40    2-35

Fumbles    2-2     1-0

Penalties    2-20    4-45

HENNESSEY 56, WASHINGTON 21

Wash    14    0    7    0    –    21

Henn    14    28    14    0    –    56

SCORING SUMMARY

Wash - 15 fumble return (kick good)

Henn –  Levi Hill 22 run (kick good)

Henn –  Hill 20 run (kick good)

Wash –  Cody Bratten 66 pass from Brock Harmon kick good)

Henn – Edgar Fiero 34 pass from Dylan Hatchel (2-pt. conversion good)

Henn – Octavio Pina 12 run (kick good)

Henn –  Steven Lott 41 pass from Hatchel (kick good)

Henn – Hill 15 run (kick failed)

Wash – Harmon 2 run (kick good)

Henn – Hatchel 1 run (kick good)

Henn – Lott 31 punt return by Lott (kick good)

                    WHS    HHS

First Downs    14    21

Rushing yards    201    322

Passing yards    112    159

Passes comp/att    8-17    10-12

Interceptions    0        0

Fumbles-lost    3-3    3-2

Punts    2-39    4-30.2

KINGFISHER 35, TUTTLE 14

TUTTLE    0    14    0    0    —    14

KINGFISHER    7    21    0    7    —    35

SCORING SUMMARY

KF – Grant Newton 61 run (Jon Avila kick)

KF – Landon Nault 10 run (Avila kick)

T – Seth Odam 37 pass from Cooper Koons (Ty Stonebreaker kick)

T – Dawson Bassett 58 INT (Stonebreaker kick)

KF – Nault 1 run (Avila kick)

KF – Keaton Ely 39 pass from Nault (Avila kick)

KF – Nault 1 run (Avila kick)

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