Oklahoma Bible Academy opened the football season in impressive fashion, routing Oklahoma Christian Academy 41-6 at Commitment Field.
The Trojans did the damage on the ground and through the air. Caleb Spann ran for three touchdowns (1, 5 and 1), and Jett Cheatham ran 5 yards for another score. Cheatham also caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from Baron Winter.
Winter also threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Cooper Thornton.
Coulter Freeman also registered a safety for OBA.
Winter completed 15 of 26 passes for 177 yards. Spann ran the ball 20 times for 108 yards, as OBA rolled up 358 yards in total offense.
The Trojans will be at home again next week when they play host to Seeworth Academy.
GARBER 48, BEAVER 0
Trenton Bennett threw for three touchdowns to lead Garber to a 48-0 win over Beaver in the opening game of the season.
Two of Bennett's scoring tosses went to Kayleb Darst for 16 and 78 yards. Will Curl caught the other touchdown pass for 51 yards.
The game ended at halftime on the 45-point mercy rule. The Wolverines put the game away early, scoring 32 points in the first quarter.
Nic Roth scored on a pair of 1-yard runs for Garber, and Koda Oller ran an interception back 43 yards for a score.
The final points game on Dawson Nagel's 14-yard touchdown pass to Nate Moore.
Garber's defense held the Dusters to just 93 yards in total offense, while the Wolverines churned out 406 yards.
Garber, 1-0, will be at Covington-Douglas next week.
KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 24, DCLA 20
David Schrader scored twice and Kremlin-Hillsdale celebrated homecoming and the opening of football season with a 24-20 win over Deer Creek-Lamont.
Schrader caught a 13-yard touchdown pass from Maddox Myers, and put the Broncs ahead for good on a 2-yard run in the third quarter.
Logan Baker scored the final touchdown for the Broncs on a 1-yard run.
Palladin Compala threw two touchdown passes to Colby Smith, covering 11 and 6 yards, for the Eagles. Gavin Wallace also scored on a 20-yard fumble return.
On defense, Nic Snodgrass had two interceptions and a fumble recovery for Kremlin-Hillsdale.
The Broncs will be at Pond Creek-Hunter next week, while DCLA will be at Waynoka.
MOORELAND 29, CORDELL 0
Mooreland opened the football season with a 29-0 whitewash of Cordell.
Connor Scarborough scored on two runs, and Keeton Bowers ran an interception back 90 yards for a touchdown to lead the Bearcats.
Mooreland, 1-0, will be on the road again next week at Hinton.
WETUMKA 46, WAUKOMIS 6
The season got off to a rough start for Waukomis as the Chiefs dropped a 46-6 contest to Wetumka.
The Chiefs' only points came on a 4-yard run by Wyatt Felber in the third quarter.
Waukomis will try to rebound next week when Snyder comes to town.
OKEENE 28, MAUD 6
Okeene's foray in 8-man football got off to a good start as the Whippets beat Maud 28-6.
Eric Gutierrez scored three touchdowns for Okeene.
The Whippets will play host to Hollis next week.
CHEROKEE 52, SHARON-MUTUAL 42
Cherokee won a wild season-opener, beating Sharon-Mutual 52-42.
The Chiefs took the lead for good on a 1-yard run by Damion Lobato to go up 24-16 in the second period. From there, the Trojans managed to stay close but couldn't get back ahead.
Lake Lyon ran 50 and 28 yards for touchdowns for Cherokee and also threw a 76-yard scoring pass to Kade Chace.
Also scoring for Cherokee were Payton Ream on a 23-yard run and a pass interception return, and Rustin James on a 14-yard run.
Alex Carter had a big game for Sharon-Mutual. He scored four touchdowns on runs of 73, 4, 59 and 55 yards. He also threw A 59-yard scoring pass to Torin Darden. Carter had 312 yards rushing.
The two teams combined for 842 in total offense.
Cherokee will play South Barber, Kan., next week, while the Trojans will be at Seiling.
SEILING 50, CARNEGIE 24
Bryson Gore ran for five touchdowns as Seiling opened the 2019 campaign with a 50-24 win over Carnegie.
The Wildcats trailed 18-8 after one, but exploded in the second to take a 34-18 halftime lead.
Gore scored on runs of 46, 15, 1, 1 and 6 yards. Rollie Tune caught a 3-yard scoring pass from Noah Hammonds, and Payton Gregory ran 50 yards for Seiling's final touchdown in the fourth quarter.
The Wildcats will play Sharon-Mutual next week.