High School football pairings


Thursday, November 15th 2001, 12:00 am
By: News On 6


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Pairings for the second round of the Oklahoma high school football playoffs. All game times are 7:30 p.m.

Class 6A

Westmoore (9-2) at Putnam City North (11-0), Saturday

Moore (8-2) at Edmond Santa Fe (7-4), Friday

Broken Arrow (8-2) at Tulsa Union (10-0), Friday

Owasso (8-3) at Jenks (10-0), Saturday

Class 5A

Altus (7-4) at Chickasha (10-0), Saturday

Carl Albert (8-2) at OC Douglass (10-0), Friday

Tulsa Kelley (7-3) at McAlester (10-0), Friday

Tulsa Washington (7-3) at Bixby (9-1), Saturday

Class 4A

Weatherford (7-3) at Clinton (10-0), Saturday

Star Spencer (7-4) at McGuinness (7-4), Friday

Poteau (8-3) at Oologah (9-2), Friday

Fort Gibson (8-2) at Sallisaw (11-0), Saturday

Class 3A

Tuttle (10-1) at Kingfisher (8-3), Saturday

Sulphur (9-1) at Deer Creek (9-2), Friday

Meeker (10-1) at Claremore-Sequoyah (11-0), Friday

Sperry (8-3) at Seminole (10-0), Saturday

Class 2A

Wynnewood (7-3) at OC Millwood (9-2), Friday

Marietta (7-3) at Jones (9-1), Saturday

Bethany (7-4) at Davis (9-2), Friday

Fairview (9-1) at Beggs (10-0), Saturday

Eufaula (10-1) at Perkins-Tryon (9-1), Friday

Atoka (9-1) at Colcord (10-0), Saturday

Pawnee (8-2) at Cascia Hall (11-0), Friday

Salina (10-1) at Valliant (7-3), Saturday

Class A

Walters (10-1) at Mooreland (8-2), Friday

Ringling (8-3) at Thomas (11-0), Saturday

Carnegie (7-4) at Velma-Alma (9-1), Friday

Beaver (8-3) at Crooked Oak (11-0), Saturday

Hominy (10-1) at Verdigris (10-0), Friday

Commerce (9-2) at Coalgate (9-2), Saturday

Panama (10-1) at Tonkawa (10-0), Friday

Dewar (8-2) at Kansas (9-2), Saturday

Class B

Pioneer (9-2) at Tipton (10-0), Saturday

Alex (9-1) at Oklahoma Christian (10-0), Friday

Weleetka (10-1) at Yale (9-1), Friday

Morrison (9-2) at Central Sallisaw (10-0), Saturday

Class C

Fox (8-3) at Buffalo (10-0), Saturday

Forgan (10-1) at Temple (10-1), Friday

Covington-Douglas (7-3) at Pond Creek-Hunter (10-1), Friday

Medford (9-2) at Waynoka (8-2), Saturday