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Foyil’s Crane gets first coaching win
Otis Crane will remember Sept. 20 for a long time.
The long-time Foyil assistant football coach netted his first heading coaching victory Friday night, leading the Panthers past Oklahoma Union, 34-14 at McGregor Field.
Cardinals soar past Oologah, 44-17
The Collinsville Cardinals knocked off their Highway 169 neighbor Oologah Mustangs 44-17 Friday night.
Both teams start district play on Friday. Collinsville (2-1) plays at Claremore (5A-4) while Oologah (1-2) has its homecoming game against Vinita (4A-3).
Sequoyah holds off Inola, 14-11
Inola tried to befuddle with its no huddle while Sequoyah’s running back platoon proved to be a boon, leading the Eagles to a 14-11 victory over the Longhorns in Class 3A homecoming football Friday night at Longhorn Field.
Salina pounds Chelsea, 48-6
The Salina Wildcats put the pedal to the metal and never flinched in their non-conference battle on the road Friday night at Chelsea.
Salina built a 28-0 first-half lead and cruised to 48-6 victory over Chelsea.
Lincoln Christian soars past Christian Heritage, 45-20
Justin Flewellen set a single-game rushing record for Lincoln Christian, finishing with 421 yards on 34 carries Friday night in the Bulldogs’ 45-20 win over Christian Heritage at Dennis Byrd Stadium.
No. 1 Jenks fights off No. 6 Owasso
No. 6 Owasso gave No. 1-ranked Jenks all they wanted for 24 minutes, but in the end, the Trojans prevailed with a 45-28 victory Friday night in non-conference action.
Perkins-Tryon runs past Verdigris, 44-21
Making plays on special teams can create a spark. Friday night the Perkins-Tryon Demons returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown to take early momentum en route to a 44-21 victory over the Verdigris Cardinals on homecoming.
Catoosa clips Ft. Gibson
It was a game of missed opportunities for the Fort Gibson Tigers, and the Catoosa Indians were happy to take advantage of them as the Indians escape with a 27-26 win at Leo Donahue Tiger Stadium on Friday night.
Miami shocks Pryor, 32-20
For the first time in over a decade, a Miami football team defeated Pryor, as the 2013 Wardogs snapped their streak of futility and hit the Tigers with a 32-20 defeat Friday night.
Millwood routs No. 5 Adair
Cameron Batson accounted for four offensive touchdowns to lead Class 2A's No. 2 Millwood over No. 5 Adair 34-7 in a clash of titans Friday night at Gene Winfield Stadium.
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