How SBLive’s Top 25 Oklahoma high school football teams fared: 44 straight wins for No. 1 Bixby; No. 4 Owasso stunned at home

By Buck Ringgold

Here’s how the SBLive Oklahoma Top 25 high school football teams fared this week …

1. Bixby (8-0) beat Muskogee 56-14

Three first-half interceptions by Jakeb Snyder set the tone for the Spartans, who went on to roll for their 44th straight win.

2. Jenks (7-1) beat Yukon 48-14

Jaiden Carroll rushed for 136 yards and three TDs as the Trojans had a balanced attack, rushing for 205 yards and passing for 253 more.

3. Tulsa Union (7-1) beat Norman North 30-14

Quarterback Rovaughn Banks rushed for 157 yards on 16 carries and three TDs while adding 66 yards through the air as Union remains in command of the 6AI-2 race.

4. Owasso (6-2) lost to Mustang 47-41

The Rams nearly erased a 47-21 fourth-quarter deficit on their home field but five interceptions, the latter coming with more than a minute to play, proved to be their undoing.

5. Choctaw (6-2) beat Sand Springs 41-28

Up 34-28, Cameron Hunt picked off a pass in the closing minutes, setting up a game-clinching 61-yard TD run from La’Trell Ray, who had 122 yards and two TDs.

6. Tulsa Booker T. Washington (7-1) beat Ponca City 41-10

The Hornets actually led 13-10 at halftime before pulling away for the win.

7. Tuttle (8-0) beat Ada 53-6

Tuttle trailed 6-0 early on before taking over the game by building a 34-6 halftime lead as the Tigers went on to the impressive win on the road.

8. Holland Hall (8-0) beat Jay 42-8

Another impressive win for the Dutch, who are closing in on a perfect regular season.

9. McAlester (8-0) beat Tulsa Edison 52-17

No letdown for the Buffaloes after their dominant win last week at Coweta, as running back Dakota Moton had a career-high 165 yards and two touchdowns.

10. Lincoln Christian (9-0) beat Checotah 55-13

It was another vintage performance from Bulldog quarterback Max Brown, who passed for 280 yards and three TDs while adding three more TDs on the ground.

11. Stillwater (6-2) beat Northwest Classen 70-0

Freshman running back Tan Booth went for more than 100 yards and had two TDs as the Pioneers got the shutout on the road.

12. Edmond Santa Fe (4-4) lost to Broken Arrow 47-42

Quarterback Scott Pfieffer threw for 254 yards and three touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as the Wolves gave up a late touchdown in an important 6AI-1 game with the likely No. 2 playoff seed on the line.

13. Sand Springs (5-3) lost to Choctaw 41-28

Sandite QB Ty Pennington had 189 of his 272 passing yards in the fourth quarter to nearly bring Sand Springs back, but in the end, the Sandites dropped their third straight game.

14. Broken Arrow (5-3) beat Edmond Santa Fe 47-42

Maurion Horn rushed for 215 yards on 29 carries and two TDs, including the game-winner with 1:07 left as the Tigers could be opening up postseason play at home.

15. Edmond Deer Creek (6-2) lost to Del City 35-28 in OT

The Antlers jumped out to a 21-0 first-half lead but couldn’t hold on as the Eagles roared back to win at Deer Creek’s home field.

16. Heritage Hall (8-0) beat Anadarko 45-22

The Chargers scored all of their points in the first half as they continue their march toward Class 3A title contention.

17. Collinsville (8-0) beat Tulsa Memorial 71-7

Five first-half touchdown passes by Andrew Carney – three to receiver Oscar Hammond – enabled the undefeated Cardinals to build a 42-0 lead, which grew to 56-7 at halftime

18. Del City (7-1) beat Edmond Deer Creek 35-28 in OT

For the third time this season, and for the second straight week, the Eagles pulled out an overtime win as Jayson Smith’s game-winning TD capped a 123-yard three-TD performance for the running back.

19. Lawton MacArthur (8-0) beat Altus 50-6

Isaiah Gray and Devin Bush each rushed for two touchdowns as the Highlanders continued their winning ways.

20. Coweta (7-1) beat Shawnee 41-13

The Tigers rebounded from last week’s loss to McAlester with an impressive win on the road behind four touchdown passes from Gage Hamm.

21. Washington (8-0) beat Holdenville 69-0

Cole Scott’s 83-yard touchdown run was one of the main highlights on the night for the Warriors in a decisive win at their home field.

22. Ardmore (8-0) beat El Reno 49-7

Tiger quarterback Cal Swanson threw three first-half TD passes as Ardmore built a 35-0 halftime lead while Dakaree Scott caught two of those TDs and returned an interception for another TD.

23. Grove (8-0) beat Cleveland 56-7

Carson Trimble threw three TD passes while Emmanuel Crawford rushed for two TDs, caught a TD pass and returned a punt 58 yards for another six-pointer.

24. Beggs (7-1) beat Kiefer 44-14

Red Martel rushed for three touchdowns, including a 72-yard spring, and CJ Brown added two TDs as well for the Demons.

25. Cashion (7-1) beat Ulysses, Kan. 34-13

Ben Harman threw three TD passes and Nick Nabavi ran for two TDs as the Wildcats took the non-district win in a game held at Alva.

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