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December 8, 2012

Local scores for 12-09-12

(Continued)

ENID, Okla. — Championship

MULHALL-ORLANDO 59,

 SOUTH HAVEN (KAN.) 54

S HAVEN    14    12    12    16    —    54

M-O    13    15    11    20    —    59

S.HAVEN Lowe 4, Harris 5, Yunker 6, Hawkins 4, Cully 12, Schuster 2, Ray 19, Moreland 2,

M-O: Bryan 2, Uhrig 9, Day 7, Boatright 25, Cameron 12, Woolery 4

LATE FRIDAY

5th PLACE

DCLA 68, COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 45

CANTON TOURNAMENT

7th Place

Lomega 39, Fairview JV 31

5th Place

Calumet 53, Canton 40

3rd Place

Fargo 72, Cimarron 55

Championship

Fairview 70, Arnett 59

MOORELAND TOURNAMENT

SEVENTH PLACE

WAUKOMIS 60, MOORELAND JV 47

MOORE-JV    13    10    11    13    —    47

WAUKOMIS    16    13    14    17    —    60

MOORELAND JV: Evans 10, Mullins 6, Harper 13, Schnoebelen 7, Varela 11

WAUKOMIS: Cook 6, Click 18, Terrel 6, Myers 8, Crites 18, Harrington 4

CONSOLATION FINALS

VICI 42, SHARON-MUTUAL 34

VICI    12    9    10    11    —    42

S-MUTUAL    10    12    8    4    —    34

VICI: Davon 2, Evans 7, J. Altimirano 4, J. Altimirano 15, Ramirez 2, Key 12

MUTUAL: Baker 9, Harper 4, Campbell 19, Walker 2

THIRD PLACE

FORT SUPPLY 67, SAYRE 54

F. SUPPLY    21    16    14    16    —    67

SAYRE    14    9    15    16    —    54

FORT SUPPLY: Hunter 15, C. Wright 5, Z. Wright 2, T. Woolfolk 2, Kornele 10, K. Woolfolk 33

SAYRE: Robinson 4, Hines 6, Ripptoe 8, Tosh 7, Silk 7, Mendez 2, Varnell 10, Silk 10

CHAMPIONSHIP

MOORELAND 66, RINGWOOD 38

RINGWOOD    8    8    14    8    —    38

MOORELAND    27    16    11    12    —    66

RINGWOOD: Moehle 7, Resendiz 3, Navarro 2, Barcenas 6, Swart 6, Broomfield 7, Agular 7

MOORELAND: Agular 3, Murray 3, Peach 22, Kinsley 6, Svejkovsky 26, Miller 4, Hepner 2

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

NAVY 17, ARMY 13

Navy    0    10    0    7    —    17

Army    0    10    3    0    —    13

Second Quarter

Navy—Copeland 12 run (Sloan kick), 9:27.

Army—Steelman 11 run (Osteen kick), 6:20.

Navy—FG Sloan 31, :25.

Army—FG Osteen 41, :00.

Third Quarter

Army—FG Osteen 21, 3:36.

Fourth Quarter

Navy—Reynolds 8 run (Sloan kick), 4:41

    Navy    Army

First downs    18    26

Rushes-yards    47-167    67-370

Passing    130    48

Comp-Att-Int    10-17-0    4-5-0

Return Yards    0    14

Punts-Avg.    6-36.7    3-36.7

Fumbles-Lost    2-1    5-3

Penalties-Yards    5-44    3-15

Time of Possession    31:43    28:17

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Navy, Copeland 22-99, Reynolds 15-43, G.Greene 4-15, Whiteside 2-9, Swain 1-6, Team 3-(minus 5). Army, Maples 27-156, Steelman 17-96, Dixon 16-61, Brown 7-57.

PASSING—Navy, Reynolds 10-17-0-130. Army, Steelman 4-5-0-48.

RECEIVING—Navy, G.Greene 3-23, Aiken 2-12, Whiteside 2-11, Turner 1-49, S.Lynch 1-19, Snelson 1-16. Army, Lawrence 3-44, Maples 1-4.



PREP FOOTBALL

Class A State Championship

Ringling 39, Wynnewood 12

Class 2A Championship

OCS 44, Davis 41

 

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