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November 17, 2012

Local scores for 11-17-12

(Continued)

ENID, Okla. — TEAM STATISTICS

            Tuttle        KF

First downs            14        16

Rushing            13        283

Passing            121        126

Passes            16-35-1        5-8-1

Punts            3-30        2-23

Fumbles            2-1        1-1

Penalties            4-40        8-81



FORGAN 48, DCLA 6

DCLA    0    6    0    0    —    6

FORGAN    16    18    6    8    —    48



SCORING SUMMARY

F – Trevin Lopez 71 pass from Dalton Lemieux (Lopez run)

F - Chandler Bryer 3 run (Lemieux run)

F – Lemieux 1 run (run failed)

D – Lawson Thompson 10 run (pass failed)

F – Lemieux 17 run (pass failed)

F – Bryer 2 run (run failed)

F – Lemieux 80 run (pass failed)

F – Bryer 1 pass from Lemieux (Evan Walsh pass)

TEAM STATISTICS

            DCLA        FOGAN

First downs            13        15

Rushing            178        296

Passing            61        161

Passes            6-11-1        5-9-0

Punts            3-35        0-0

Fumbles            0-0        0-0

Penalties            5-45        4-40

THOMAS 55, VELMA-ALMA6

THOMAS    35    6    7    7    —    55

V-A    0    0    0    6    —    6

SCORING SUMMARY

Thomas - No. 12 9 run (No. 15 run)

Thomas — No. 12 16 run (No. 15 run)

Thomas — No. 13 25 pass interception (No. 15 run)

Thomas — No. 8 10 run (No. 15 kick)

Thomas — No. 24 1 run (No. 15 kick)

Thomas — No. 24 4 run (kick failed)

Thomas — No. 6 43 run (No. 15 kick)

V-A — Dalen Murcer 1 run (Conversion failed)

Thomas — No. 10 52 run (No. 15 kick)

TEAM STATISTICS

    T    V-A

First downs    15    11

Rushing    40-369    50-163

Passing    0    43

Passes    0-1-1    2-11-2

Punts    1-52    3-37

Penalties    4-30    3-20

PC-HUNTER 41, WETUMKA 40

PC-H                8    6    6    14    7    —    41

WETUMKA       8    14    6    6    6    —    40

PC-H — Brady Krittenbrink 1 run (Conversion good)

W — Alex Hicks 5 Run (Conversion good)

W — Chase Williams 1 run (Conversion good)

W — Jonathan Adams recovered fumble in end zone (Conversion failed)

PC-H — Trent Grimes 2 run (Conversion failed)

W — Chase Williams 44 run (Conversion failed)

PC-H — Krittenbrink 5 run (Conversion failed)

PC-H — Krittenbrink 28 pass from Josh Irvin (Conversion failed)

PC-H — Krittenbrink 29 pass from Irvin (Conversion good)

W — Derrick Moore 3 run (conversion failed)

W — Moore 14 run (conversion failed)

PC-H — Zach Raynor 10 pass from Irvin (Hans Stotts kick)

Prep Girls Basketball

TIMBERLAKE 77, ALINE-CLEO 20

A-C    4    4    7    5    —20

TLAKE    27    22    18    10    —    77

A-C — W. Gahr 10, Beckwith 4, Gregory 3, Miller 2, Tomlinson 1.

Timberlake — Castle 14, Adkisson 9, Severin 9, Bishard 8, Parker 6, Schlup 6, Clift 5, Thompson 4, LeForce 4, Birkenfeld 4, Nickel 2, Blewitt 2, Thorp 2, Wilson 2.

WAUKOMIS 60, OBA 34

WAUKOMIS    17     9     17     17   –    60

OBA    8     14     7     5    –    34

Waukomis -Pery 15, Harris 15, Kokojan 15, Jones 7

OBA - Turpin 2, Wayman 18, Price 2, Coffin 2, Atwood 4, Anderson 6

BURLINGTON 111, LOMEGA 103 (3 OT

LOMEGA 15   23  15      24     10    9    7    —    103

BURLING  9   20   22     26     10    9    15    —    111

Lomega — Mendel 37, Drake 23, LaGasse 16, Duffy 13, Geis 8, Glazier 3, Turner 2, Biggs 1.

Burlington — Regier 57, K. Garvie 26, M. Nall 11, Armbruster 8, S. Garvie 7, S. Nall 2.

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