2A & A schedule and results, week 7

2A & A schedule and results, week 7

Week 7 schedule and results:

Thursday, October 10th

Class 2A

Newkirk         7

Alva            20     F

Wilburton      12

Antlers         61       F

Adair         68

Chelsea       6       F

Perry               12

Chisholm        40       F

Pawhuska             42

Chouteau-Mazie     14    F

Luther                         20

Christian Heritage    30   F

Washington     44

Comanche          0      F

Ketchum        13

Commerce    49    F

Millwood             60

Crooked Oak        33       F

OKC Legion        6

Davis                47    F

SeeWorth Academy      0

Northeast                    59   F

Lindsay    48

Hinton         9    F

Mangum       6

Hobart        69    F

Vian       47

Hugo        0       F

Colcord       27

Kansas          6       F

Tishomingo   33

Konawa           13    F

Coalgate        16

Lexington      50    F

Kingston    33

Marietta    35   F

Barnsdall    0

Mounds    33    F

Caney Valley   0

Nowata          68   F

Haskell      14

Okemah   41    F

Dibble                                18

OK Christian School       60    F

Liberty                          6

Oklahoma Union      28     F

Hennessey      48

Pawnee              0       F

Hartshorne   55

Pocola           29    F

Wyandotte   76

Quapaw          0   F

Panama        37

Quinton           0     F

Hulbert     13

Salina      41     F 

Holdenville       6

Stroud           22    F

Meeker      42

Wellston      0       F

 

Class A

Snyder                 20

Boone-Apache   53   F

Healdton       15

Bray-Doyle      0     F

Cordell                          41

Burns Flat-Dill City         14     F

Wynnewood    51

Caddo                7   F

Watonga     21

Cashion    55   F

Haileyville                   0

Central Sallisaw      58    F

Pioneer-Pleasant Vale     6

Crescent                        52     F 

Hominy      26

Depew        22       F

Maysville                      13

Elmore City-Pernell   55    F 

Wilson      13

Empire     32    F

Mooreland     13

Fairview        47       F

Afton    48

Foyil        6   F

Thomas-Fay-Custer     15

Hollis                           40   F

Beaver    14

Hooker   27   F

Yale           14

Kiefer        51      F

Carnegie       0

Minco          61   F

Drumright       6

Morrison     42       F

Barnsdall    0

Mounds    33    F

Oklahoma Bible    6

Okeene               14       F

Liberty                       6

Oklahoma Union   28    F 

Fairland                       18

Porter Consolidated       6    F

Panama        37

Quinton           0     F

Rush Springs      7

Ringling           41       F

Gore             6

Savanna    56    F

Canadian          0

Talihina          51      F

Texhoma    46

Turpin            6     F

Velma-Alma    28

Walters            18    F

Summit Christian     33

Warner                      30   F

Stratford     33

Wewoka     55    F

 

Friday, October 18

Class 2A

Frederick                       26

Community Christian       6      F

Class A

Wayne                            44

Crossings Christian         19    F

 

 

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