Battle of the undefeated in Class A semifinals
Friday, December 1st 2006, 5:45 pm
By: News On 6
There are three teams left undefeated in Class A; that will change on Monday.
Okeena (13-0) will play Washington (13-0) at Putnam City, kick off it 1:30 Monday afternoon.
Okeena had an easy first round victory against Hinton, 49-18.
In round two, Okeena racked up 415 yards of offense against Ringling. Okeena was up 41-0 before Ringling finally scored. Okeena beats Ringling, 41-14.
Okeena knocked undefeated Pawnee out of the playoffs in the quarterfinals. Okeena got off to a quick start, leading 14-0 in the 1st half. Pawnee cut into that lead with a 3 yard scoring run, but Okeena pushed the lead back up, the score 21-7 at halftime. A 3rd quarter TD by Okeena extended the lead. The Whippets defeat the Pawnee Black Bears by 10, 31-21.
The Washington Warriors dashed Walters championship dreams with a 46-0 victory in round one.
Round two was another shutout; the Warriors defeated Apache 40-0.
In the quarterfinals yet another rout for Washington, the Warriors blanked Commerce 27-0.
Another undefeated team vying for a state championship is Velma-Alma. The Comets will play Crescent (12-1) on Monday.
Velma-Alma shutout Dibble in round one 26-0.
Round two the Comets toppled Beaver 41-14.
In the quarterfinals Velma-Alma playing Woodland, the Comets took advantage of mistakes by Woodland, including a botched punt snap that turned into a TD for Velma-Alma. Then back to back turnovers by the Cougars turned into scores for the Comets who roll over Woodland, 46-22.
Velma-Alma will face Crescent in semifinal action.
Round one Crescent squeaked by Foyil 14-13.
Round two wasn't as close. Crescent jumped to an early 1st quarter lead against Afton, by half time the score was 33-0. When the score hit 55-0 the first string got to take a break. Afton avoided a shutout scoring 16 points in the 2nd half. Final score in this one, 55-16.
Velma-Alma tries to stay perfect when they play Crescent Monday at 1:30 pm, in Moore.