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  • Sapulpa vs Sand Springs Football

    Watch the Ford Game of the Week: Sapulpa vs Sand Springs high school football - Friday, August 27 at 7:00 pm CT.

  • The Roughers Fall to Choctaw, But Not Without a Fight

    The winless Muskogee Roughers fall to 3-3 Choctaw Yellowjackets in the Thursday night Ford Game of the Week. The Roughers came out battling, making the first score of the night. But Choctaw held on to the ball and the momentum to get the win 26-10. Muskogee falls to 0 and 6. Choctaw goes to 4 and...

  • Edmond Santa Fe Scores 10 TD's to Defeat Westmoore

    In this week's Ford Game of the Week, the Edmond Santa Fe Wolves defeats the West More Jaguars 69-14. Edmond Santa Fe got off to a strong start with a 9 play 65-yard drive. Then Westmoore came back with a 9 play drive of their own. Talyn Shettron had 7 receptions for 84 yards and two touchdowns a...

  • Ford Game of the Week: Sand Springs vs. Sapulpa

    Watch the Ford Game of the Week: Sand Springs vs. Sapulpa (Oklahoma) high school football - Friday, August 28, 2020.

  • Ford Game of the Week: Midwest City vs. Westmoore Pt. 1

    Watch the Ford Game of the Week: Midwest City vs. Westmoore (Oklahoma) high school football - Friday, August 28, 2020.

  • Deer Creek Defense Seals Win Over Southmoore

    Southmoore’s offense came to life late in the fourth quarter of this non-district match-up. They narrowed the lead to 6 with only :16 left in the game, but were eventually defeated when a trick play yielded a turnover.

  • Ford Game of the Week: Union vs. Broken Arrow

    Union and Broken Arrow renewed their neighborhood rivalry Friday night at Memorial Stadium in Broken Arrow.

    The final score was tallied in the first half, Broken Arrow quarterback Jake Raines connected with RJ Spears-Jennings over the middle. Spears-Jennings broke to the outside and sped 76 yar...

  • Ford Game of the Week: Union vs. Jenks

    It's time for the Backyard Bowl. Watch one of the best Oklahoma rivalries in high school football on the Ford Game of the Week: Union vs. Jenks - Friday, September 11th at 7:30 pm CT.

  • Pirates' Pace too Much for Patriots

    The Putnam City West Patriots and Putnam City Pirates got together Friday night at Putnam City Stadium. In a game that came down to pacing and tempo, the Patriots fought to the bitter end against a Pirates squad that got off to a good start and ended the night with a 28-6 victory.

  • Ford Game of the Week: Midwest City vs. Westmoore Pt. 2

    Watch the Ford Game of the Week: Midwest City vs. Westmoore (Oklahoma) high school football - Friday, August 28, 2020.

  • Dutch Re-Take Top Spot v Metro Christian

    The defending 2A champion Metro Christian Academy Patriots met the class 3A Holland Hall Dutch at Hardesty Field in Tulsa. Metro defeated Holland Hall last year on their way to a 15-0 season. But this game would belong to the Dutch. The Holland Hall defense led by Army commit Owen Ostroski, helpe...

  • Yukon Hands a Run-Only Defeat to Norman North

    The Yukon Millers and the Norman North Timberwolves played at Harve Collins Field in Norman Friday night. It was a tight contest into the fourth quarter, but Yukon rushed for 401 yards and threw for zero yards to defeat Norman North 41-24.

  • Jenks Rallies to Edge Out Win Over Broken Arrow

    The Broken Arrow Tigers and the Jenks Trojans got together at Allan Trimble Stadium in Jenks for what has turned out to be their district opener. It was all Tigers at the start, but Jenks rallied for an unanswerable fourth quarter comeback and the 38-30 win. Jenks improves to 3-1. Broken Arrow i...

  • Choctaw Comes Away With the W in Heavyweight Battle

    The Choctaw Yellowjackets and the Booker T. Washington Hornets opened 6A-II District 2 play Friday night at S.E. Williams Stadium in Tulsa. It was a heavyweight battle with both teams swinging at their best, but Choctaw emerged victorious 26-22.

  • Pirates Defense Gets Off on the Right Foot to Defeat Huskies

    Putnam City opened 6A-I District 2 play at Putnam City Stadium Friday night with their defense firing on all cylinders to defeat the Edmond North Huskies 14-7.

  • Booker T. Washington Cruises Past Sand Springs

    The Booker T. Washington Hornets offense and defense kept the Sand Spring Sandites from scoring any points. In the second quarter, Booker T. steadily pulled away and at end of the game the final score was 49-0.

  • Bombers Defense Too Much for Putnam City North

    The Midwest City Bombers and the Putnam City North Panthers came into Friday’s game undefeated in 6A II, District 1, but they end the night with matching 6-1 records as Midwest City wins the day 35-14.

  • Holland Hall moves one step closer to the gold ball

    Both the Verdigris Cardinals and the Holland Hall Dutch were undefeated when they met at Holland Hall’s Hardesty Field to try to stake their claim on first place in 3A District 4.
    The Dutch came out on top, moving one step closer to the gold ball with a 52-7 victory.
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  • Jenks Improves Playoff Position with Win Against Westmoore

    A high-scoring game, this one got exciting on the first play with a Jayden Patrick interception of Dayton Wolfe for a 24-yard pick six. Jenks defeats Westmoore 49 to 21, improving to 7-1 overall and 5-0 in their district. The Jaguars fall to 5-4 overall and 3-3 in district play.

  • Broken Arrow Defeats Putnam City in Opening Round of Playoffs

    The Broken Arrow Tigers (7-3) scored on five of their six possessions in the first half to get a 44-12 victory over the Putnam City Pirates (4-3).

    Tigers running back Sanchez Banks scored three touchdowns. ran for 73 yards and contributed on defense with his first sack of the season.

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  • Bombers Advance with Win Over Booker T. Washington

    The Hornets broke out on top early, but the Bombers defense did what it does best to limit Booker T. to one score on the night. With a 28-7 win, Midwest City advances to the 6A II semifinals where they will face the defending champion Bixby Spartans.