Claremore Daily Progress

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September 6, 2012

WEEK 2: High School Football Schedule

CLAREMORE — SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

ROGERS COUNTY

Claremore at Miami

Sequoyah at Sallisaw

Skiatook at Oologah

Collinsville at Catoosa

Newcastle at Verdigris

Salina at Inola

Foyil at Chelsea

Owasso at Muskogee

Holl. Hall at Lincoln Chr.

Clr. Christian at Timberlake

Welch at Rejoice Christian

* * *

CLASS 6A

East Central at Bartlesville

Edm. Memorial at Enid

McAlester at BT Washington

Guthrie at Ponca City

Bixby at Sand Springs

Midwest City at Stillwater

Bentonville at Broken Arrow

Edison at Tulsa Memorial

SATURDAY

Union at Euless Trinity (Tex.)

Jenks at DeSoto (Tex.)

* * *

CLASS 5A

Coweta at Carl Albert

Tulsa Hale at Sapulpa

Jay at Grove

Pryor at Wagoner

Central at Springdale (Ark.)

Tahlequah at Rogers (Ark.)

* * *

CLASS 4A

Cascia Hall at Glenpool

Harrah at Piedmont

Mannford at Cleveland

Tecumseh at Seminole

Berryhill at Tulsa Webster

Sperry at Tulsa McLain

Vinita at Nowata

Fort Gibson at Hilldale

Lincoln (Ark.) at Stilwell

* * *

CLASS 3A

Cushing at Perry

Chandler at Kingfisher

Okemah at Prague

Clinton at Heritage Hall

Bethany at Pauls Valley

Plainview at Elgin

Washington at Purcell

Davis at Sulphur

Newkirk at Blackwell

Dewey at Pawhuska

NOAH at Metro Christian

Tah. Sequoyah at Beggs

Holdenville at Henryetta

Caney Valley at Kellyville

Haskell at Morris

Regent Prep at Victory Chr.

Stigler at Okmulgee

Keys at Checotah

Westville at Colcord

* * *

CLASS 2A

Hennessey at Jones

Hominy at Pawnee

Tonkawa at Okla. Christian

Crooked Oak at Frederick

Coalgate at Atoka

Madill at Kingston

Lone Grove at Tishomingo

Stroud at Bristow

Panama at Roland

Vian at Eufaula

Adair at Wyandotte

Summit Chr. at Chouteau

Barnsdall at Okla. Union

Commerce at Cherryvale

Warner at Hulbert

Ketchum at Afton

Quapaw at Fairland

* * *

CLASS A

Sallisaw Cent. at Cashion

Minco at Wayne

Empire at Maysville

Healdton at Snyder

Riverside at Rush Springs

Dibble at Walters

Caddo at Wilson

Velma-Alma at Wynnewood

Mounds at Gore

Wilburton at Quinton

Antlers at Talihina

Drumright at Porter

Alva at Morrison

Kiefer at Liberty

 

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