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September 12, 2013

Prep football roundup

ENID, Okla. — County

Pioneer (0-1) at Mooreland (0-1) — The Mustangs try to spoil the Bearcats’ homecoming. Homecoming, too, for Pioneer coach Kurt Myers, who coached the Bearcats from 2004-07. Pioneer lost to Fairview 34-0 last week, while Mooreland beat Sayre 27-6. Mooreland won last year’s game  42-15, but Pioneer leads the series 8-4.

Crescent (1-0) at OBA(0-1) — The Trojans try to bounce back from last week’s 36-22 loss to Chisholm. Crescent won last year’s game 43-12 and lead the series 3-0.

Waukomis (0-0, 1-0) at Garber (0-0, 1-0) — District B-1 opener for both teams. The two teams combined for 132 points last week — Waukomis (68) and Garber (64). Waukomis is looking to go 2-0 for the first time since 2004. Garber leads the series  27-11.

Covington-Douglas (0-0, 0-1) at Pond Creek-Hunter (0-0, 1-0) — Two teams going in different directions  — the Wildcats lost to Coyle 40-0 and Pond Creek-Hunter beat DCLA 56-6. The Panthers, ranked No. 2 in Class B, lead the series 17-8 since 1982.

Kremlin-Hillsdale (0-0, 0-1) at DCLA (0-0, 0-1) — Kremlin-Hillsdale tries to bounce back from a 68-62 loss to Waukomis. DCLA has won the last 11 meetings, but Kremlin-Hillsdale leads the eight-man series 17-14.


Woodward (1-0) at Garden City, Kan. (0-1) — Woodward looks to go 2-0 for the first time since 2001 after opening the season with a 47-7 rout of El Reno. Garden City fell to 6A Bixby, 30-27. Garden City has won the last three meetings, including a 17-7 win last season. They lead the series 4-1 since 2000.

Kingfisher (1-0) at Chandler (1-0) — The No. 2-ranked Yellowjackets go for their 12th straight regular season win. Chandler opened the season with a 35-7 rout of Stroud.  Kingfisher shut out Guymon 47-0 in its opener behind four touchdowns from Landon Nault. Nault had 89 yards on 11 carries to boost his career rushing total to 5,003 yards. Kingfisher has won the last three meetings and leads the series 7-2 since 1996.

Morrison (1-0) at Alva (0-1) — Morrison opened its season with a 20-6 win over Pawnee. Alva, ranked No. 12 in 2A, tries to rebound from last week’s  28-21 loss to Thomas, ranked No. 1 in Class A. Alva won the first-ever meeting between the two schools 42-14 last season.

Jones (0-1) at Hennessey (1-0) — The visiting Longhorns try to bounce back from last week’s 23-14 loss to Perkins-Tryon. Hennessey, ranked No. 4 in 2A, is coming off a 28-14 win over Christian Heritage. Jones shut out the Eagles 35-0 last season. Hennessey beat the Longhorns 21-7 in the 2011 Class 2A state finals. Jones has won the last three regular season meetings.

Thomas (1-0) at Okeene (1-0) — Few games can match the tradition here. The Terriers are ranked No. 1 in Class A after a 28-21 win over Alva. Okeene is No. 7 after a 26-14 win over Cashion behind four rushing touchdowns by quarterback Scott Dobrinkski Thomas has won the last two meetings and leads the series 23-14 since 1970.

Burns Flat-Dill City (0-1) at Watonga (0-1) —Eagles vs. Eagles. Burns Flat-Dill City fell to Crossings Christian 38-0 last week, while Watonga fell to Elk City 44-27. Watonga won last year’s game, 29-7

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