Class A Quarterfinal High School Playoffs

Tuesday, November 21st 2006, 10:53 pm
By: News On 6

Two undefeated teams kick off the Class A quarterfinals.

Okeene (12-0) plays at Pawnee (12-0) on Friday.

Round one had Pawnee facing Drumright; Pawnee took the wind out of the Tornadoes, 53-20.

Talihina was no match for top ranked Pawnee in round two. The Black Bears were up 27-0 before Talihina got on the board. Talihina just couldn't make up the difference, the fall to Pawnee, 55-19.

Okeena had an easy first round victory against Hinton, final score, 49-18.

In round two, 2nd-ranked Okeena racked up 415 yards of offense against Ringling. Okeena was up 41-0 before Ringling finally scored. Okeena beats Ringling, 41-14.

Also on Friday, undefeated Velma-Alma plays at Woodland.

Velma-Alma blanked Dibble in round one 26-0.

Round two the Comets toppled Beaver 41-14.

It was a defensive battle in round one for Woodland the Cougars played Tonkawa. 4 quarters of football and not one touchdown was scored, Woodland defeated Tonkawa by a field goal, 3-0.

There was more scoring in round two. The Cougars faced off against Panama. Woodland dominated the game with 412 rushing yards, Panama only managed 161. The Cougars ended Panama's 10 game winning streak with a shutout, 49-0.

On Saturday, undefeated Washington begins its quarterfinal play at Commerce (9-2).

The Warriors dashed Walters championship dreams with a 46-0 victory.

Round two was another shutout for Washington. The Warriors lead Apache 33-0 at halftime. Washington added another TD to make the final score 40-0.

Crescent (11-1) plays at Rush Springs (11-1) in quarterfinal action on Saturday.

Round one action, Crescent squeaked by Foyil 14-13.

Round two wasn't as close. 6th ranked Crescent jumped to an early 1st quarter lead against Afton, 20-0, 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 second half. Final score in this one, 55-16.

Rush Springs went head to head with Healdton in round one. Rushing Springs came out on top, 44-14.

The Redskins played the Mangum Tigers in round two. It was a slow first half, the score at the break, 6-6. The Redskins left the locker room ready to play in the 2nd half. Rush Springs scored 21 unanswered points, rolling to a 27-6 victory.