Vinita over Sequoyah Claremore, 14-13
It took a fourth quarter comeback for the Hornets to pick up the one-point victory. This win was big because it puts Vinita ahead of Sequoyah in the playoff race. Both teams are 3-3 in district with Vinita now owning the head-to-head.
Prague over Vian, 29-23
Aiden Auld’s walk-off overtime 4-yard run lifted the Red Devils over Vian and to their first district title in over 20 years. Prague trailed nearly all night until a late touchdown completion on third-and-long after the Red Devils faced first-and-34 two plays earlier.
Kiefer over Westville, 60-28
It was business as usual for the Trojans of Kiefer as they rolled past Westville for their 9th win of the season, improving to 5-0 in district. The Trojans have scored nearly 500 points this season, only giving up 186 points in nine games.
Muskogee over Bartlesville, 30-27
In their most dramatic win of the season, the Roughers were pushed by the Bruins and needed a crucial drive to grab the come-from-behind victory. The win keeps Muskogee in the hunt for a district title as they square off with Stillwater next week in the final game of the regular season.
Sand Springs over Booker T. Washington, 24-14
The salty Sandites grab another big win over rival Booker T. Washington. The win snaps a losing streak dating back 7 years. The win solidifies the Sandites playoff hopes and the struggle continues for the Hornets.
Sapulpa over McAlester, 27-22
A 14-point first quarter gave the Chieftains the lead and they never looked back. It’s a huge win for Sapulpa as they are competing with McAlester for that 3-seed. McAlester drops to the 4-seed coming out of 5A-3.
Union over Edmond Memorial, 37-21
The Redhawks pull away from the Bulldogs with a 24-point fourth quarter to improve to 5-0 in district and another Class 6AI-2 district title. Up next for the Redhawks is Edmond North. Memorial drops to 1-4 in district and 3-5 on the season.
Antlers over Valliant, 12-0
This game may not get much press, but the win by the Bearcats improves their record to 5-4 overall. They may not make the playoffs, but after a great start to the season, and district play not going like they had hoped, the win is a reminder to keep competing. The Bearcats are doing just that.