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The win puts Enid in a far more positive mode as it prepares to visit Norman (1-4, 1-3) at 7 p.m. on Friday as opposed to last year when the team entered its game against the Tigers winless and not competitive.

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Oklahoma Bible Academy (5-2 overall and 3-1 in District A-3), riding a three-game winning streak, hosts No. 1-ranked Cashion (7-0, 2-0) in a 7 p.m. kickoff at Commitment Field.

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When a team is struggling and in the midst of a losing streak, good fortune can quickly turn to misfortune. Such was the case for the Chisholm Longhorns (1-6, 0-4) football team last week.

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Pioneer coach Gus Overstreet expects to see a different Barnsdall team than he saw on video during a 48-8 loss to Covington-Douglas last week when the Mustangs (5-2 overall and 2-0 in District B-7) visit the Panthers (5-2, 1-1) at 7 p.m. Friday.

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Two teams headed in different directions will meet Friday when Waukomis (0-6, 0-1, District B-2) hosts Ringwood (3-4, 2-0) in a 7 p.m. kickoff. It will be Waukomis' final home game.

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Friday's Covington-Douglas at Garber game will be more than just for bragging rights between two schools 8 miles apart as in past years.

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Timberlake goes for its eighth straight win when it hosts Bartlesville Wesleyan Christian (3-4 overall, 3-1 in district) at 7 p.m. Friday. 

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Some area coaches had mixed reactions about the move: ❝I'm old school. I know how hard it is to make the playoffs and this waters it down a bit.❞

Mike Gundy flirted with the idea of utilizing a two-quarterback system before the start of the 2019 season, but the emergency of Spencer Sanders in the opener kept the Oklahoma State coach focused on the young quarterback.

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Game summaries cover Covington-Douglas, Pioneer, Hennessey, Chisholm, Ringwood, Pond Creek-Hunter, Kremlin-Hillsdale, Waukomis, Timberlake, Medford, Deer Creek-Lamont, Cherokee, Okeene, Kingfisher and Garber.

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The Enid Plainsmen (3-3, 1-2) went on the road and defeated Edmond Memorial (0-7, 0-4) Thursday to pick up their first District 6A1-1 win of the season.

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Enid will be looking to halt a three-game losing streak and pick up its first District 6A1-1 this season when the Plainsmen (2-3, 0-2) visit winless Edmond Memorial Thursday at 7 p.m.

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The Enid Outlaws professional basketball team announced on Tuesday that it has hired Ed Corporal as the expansion franchise’s first head coach.

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The Oklahoma Flying Aces professional indoor football team will play a 10-game season in 2021 according to a release issued by Champions Indoor Football on Monday.

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❝It's just going to take time. The guys are bigger, faster, stronger and they understand what we're trying to do. They gave us an opportunity to compete in last week's game.❞ — Enid head coach Rashaun Woods

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Pioneer’s seniors will be playing for a lot of bragging rights Friday when the Mustangs host rival Garber at 7 p.m. in their homecoming game.

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Kremlin-Hillsdale coach Tyler Severin doesn’t see Pond Creek-Hunter’s two-week quarantine because of COVID-19 as being an advantage for his Broncs when they visit the 1-2 Panthers Friday in the District B-2 opener for both teams.

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The Enid Plainsmen dropped their second straight game of the season on the road against Yukon, 42-24 in a District 6A1-1contest on Friday.

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Oklahoma State football has long relied on offense to win games in the Big 12 Conference, but with injuries at quarterback and along the offensive line, the Cowboys have turned to the defense for its clean start to the season.

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OU head coach Lincoln Riley said the Sooners failed to execute in all three phrases — offense, defense and special teams. 

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While pleased to have cornerback John White available for this week's tough matchup against Jenks (2-1) in the District 6A1-1 opener for both teams, it didn't undo the damage from last week.

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Recent history has shown Chisholm has successfully navigated its way back to the top of District 2A-1 following a rough non-conference schedule ...

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❝It's been a process, especially this year with everything going on. We have been tenacious and persistent.❞ — Oklahoma Bible Academy coach Chris Cayot

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Friday's Garber at Pond Creek-Hunter football game is the latest victim of COVID-19.

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Pioneer is 3-1 after its 46-6 romp over Waukomis. Laverne, 1-1, had a game with Southwest Covenant canceled last week. Both teams have narrow losses to No. 4-ranked Cherokee — the Tigers, 28-20 and the Mustangs, 22-20.

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Waukomis' four losses have come against teams with a combined 12-1 record and two teams in the Class C top five (No. 1 Timberlake and No. 5 Waynoka). Covington-Douglas, 3-1, has only lost to Timberlake, 54-48.

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The roles may be reversed Friday when Canton visits Ringwood for a non-district 8-man game.

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A week before Big Ten teams become eligible again for The Associated Press college football poll, No. 25 Marshall is ranked for the first time since 2014 and Miami jumped to No. 12 after a conference road victory.

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An Enid win Thursday night at Lawton Mac would be the first such season-opening streak since the 2008 team went 8-3 and reached the playoffs. It will be the first meeting between the schools.

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Deer Creek-Lamont, which had its first two games canceled due to COVID-19, finally gets to step on the field Friday when the Eagles visit Covington-Douglas for a 7 p.m. kickoff.

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