How SBLive’s Top 25 Oklahoma high school football teams fared

By Buck Ringgold

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

1. Bixby (9-0) beat Ponca City 66-13

It’s 45 straight wins for the Spartans, but they now face a very difficult test next week on the road at Tulsa Booker T. Washington.

2. Jenks (8-1) beat Edmond Memorial 44-0

Jaiden Carroll scored the first four touchdowns for the Trojans, three rushing and the last one on a pick-six, as Jenks wrapped up the 6AI-1 district title and top playoff seed.

3. Tulsa Union (8-1) beat Southmoore 42-0

Union scored touchdowns on each of its first six drives, three of those coming from Junior Smith, in clinching the 6AI-2 district championship.

4. Choctaw (7-2) beat Putnam City West 60-20

Quarterback Steele Wasel was 12-of-17 passing for 294 yards and threw seven touchdown passes in the Yellowjackets’ win.

5. Tulsa Booker T. Washington (8-1) beat Muskogee 54-21

Can the Hornets be the one that slows down the Bixby juggernaut next week? BTW quarterback Lathan Boone will come in on a roll, having passed for 331 yards and seven touchdowns in Friday’s win.

6. Tuttle (9-0) beat Oklahoma City John Marshall 49-0

The Tigers keep on rolling in 4A, and can wrap up a perfect regular season with a win at home next week against Blanchard.

7. Holland Hall (8-1) lost to Verdigris 12-7

The Dutch saw their 20-game win streak snapped, as the Cardinals made things interesting in 3A-4, with both teams now with identical 5-1 records and Verdigris owning the tiebreaker.

8. McAlester (9-0) beat Shawnee 54-20

The Buffaloes kept rolling as junior tailback Erik McCarty rushed for 111 yards on 16 carries and four TDs, caught three passes for 81 yards and a TD and even blocked a punt on special teams.

9. Lincoln Christian (9-0) was idle

The Bulldogs wrap up the regular season with a home game next Friday against Stigler.

10. Owasso (7-2) beat Moore 49-28

Owasso bounced back from last week’s home loss to Mustang as quarterback Mason Willingham completed 12-of-13 passes for 255 yards along with three TDs.

11. Del City (8-1) beat Oklahoma City U.S. Grant 59-7

The Eagles capped a strong season by clinching the top playoff seed from 6AII-1 with a convincing win on Thursday.

12. Stillwater (7-2) beat Midwest City 50-0

Stillwater’s hopes of getting the top playoff seed from 6AII-1 were extinguished with Del City’s win, but the Pioneers locked up the No. 2 seed and will host a first-round home playoff.

13. Broken Arrow (6-3) beat Norman 28-13

Maurion Horn rushed for 176 yards on 30 carries and had three touchdowns for the surging Tigers, who clinched a first-round home playoff by virtue of getting the No. 2 seed from 6AI-1.

14. Heritage Hall (9-0) beat Kingfisher 50-7

Friday’s home win gave the Chargers command in District 3A-1.

15. Collinsville (9-0) beat Pryor 63-8

It was all Cardinals in this 5A-4 showdown, as quarterback Andrew Carney had three rushing TDs and a passing TD, while tailback Brayden Gilkey also had three TD runs.

16. Lawton Mac (9-0) beat Oklahoma City Capitol Hill 73-6

The Highlanders are now in sole possession of the 5A-1 lead thanks to Ardmore’s loss to Noble. But Lawton Mac has to assure itself of the outright district title and No. 1 seed by beating Ardmore next week.

17. Coweta (7-1) beat Tulsa Bishop Kelley 28-14

With the win, the Tigers earned the No. 2 playoff seed out of 5A-3 behind McAlester, which handed Coweta its only defeat.

18. Edmond Santa Fe (5-4) beat Enid 34-25

The Wolves likely solidified the No. 3 playoff seed from 6AI-1 with Friday’s win against an improving Enid squad.

19. Washington (9-0) beat Crooked Oak 63-0

The Warriors, the 2A-3 leaders, go for an undefeated regular season next week with a game at Christian Heritage.

20. Edmond Deer Creek (7-2) beat Lawton 67-20

With the win Friday, the Antlers will receive the No. 3 playoff seed out of 6AII-1.

21. Ardmore (8-1) lost to Noble 36-35 in OT

A much-anticipated matchup next week with Lawton MacArthur took a slight hit with the Tigers falling on their home field on Friday.

22. Mustang (6-3) beat Putnam City 62-28

No letdown for the Broncos after their signature win at Owasso the week before, as Mustang closes in on the No. 2 playoff seed from 6AI-2.

23. Sand Springs (6-3) beat Bartlesville 41-20

The Sandites broke a three-game losing streak and gained a much-needed confidence boost going into their regular season finale next week.

24. Grove (8-1) lost to Wagoner 22-20

In a bizarre finish, the Ridgerunners took an intentional safety on the game’s final play, but still holds the No. 1 playoff seed from 4A-4 by virtue of points provided they beat Miami next week and Bristow beats Oologah.

25. Beggs (8-1) beat Haskell 58-13

Now, the Demons can shift their focus on to Victory Christian, with the two teams meeting next week in Tulsa for the 2A-7 title.

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