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Last  week's schedule


Tulsa Hale 20  @ (1-6, 2-8) Durant 54
Lions stop a ten game home losing streak with the win.  Kolton Cavender rushes for 150 yards and five touchdowns.  Impressive quarterback Zac Cater finishes career with school record 2765 passing yards and 30 touchdowns.

(5-2, 6-3) Kingston 44  @ Coalgate 0
Redskins win couples with Marietta's loss and lands Kingston the first
home playoff date in decades..

(3-3, 5-5) Marietta 14  @ Konawa 27
Indians upset loss at Konawa sends them to the fourth seed in 2A-4

Purcell 45  @ Atoka 0
The Wampus Cats struggle through a winless season..

(2-5, 4-6) Madill 25  @ Pauls Valley 29
Wildcats fall despite 183 yards rushing and 96 passing from Colton Clement.

Davis 54 @ (2-5, 2-8) Tishomingo 24
Improvement seen for Tish after a winless 2012...

 McKinney North 49 @ (5-2, 6-4) Denison 37
"Jackets fall short of  13-4A district title. But, they advance to the playoffs
for the first time in four seasons....

Greenville 42 @ (4-3, 5-5) Sherman 59
Tre' Mask concludes  with 140 yards for the Bearcats.
His career rushing line...2343 career yards and 40 touchdowns.

Boyd 0 @ (6-0, 9-1) Whitesboro 43
Spectacular season concludes with a first-ever sole district title.

Post season games (Friday, 7:30 pm)
Hobart @ Kingston
Marietta @ Lindsay
Denison vs. Sulphur Springs (@ Commerce)
Whitesboro vs. Caddo Mills (@ Frisco Memorial)
Pottsboro vs. Bowie (Aubrey HS)

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The Caddo Bruins season ended in week nine with a 34-7 loss to Elmore City at Bruin field. Because of a week ten open date….Caddo ended the football season with a 3-6 record. Caddo victories included a forfeit over Canadian… a 34-20 victory over the Durant Junior Varsity in the “Bryan County Bowl” and a 20-6 win over the Wayne Bulldogs.

After two years in eleven man class A;  Caddo will move back down to Class B eight man football next season. Bruins coach Jeremy Proctor will guide the Bruins into class B -4.  Joining , the Bruins  in district play will be Canadian, Arkoma, Dewar, Gans, and Haileyville Along with  Keota, Porum, Weleetka  and Wetumka…

 Tanner Grace, a starter on Caddo’s Class B state championship team in 20-11, was a bright spot this year.  Grace finished with a thousand yards rushing.
So the future looks bright for Caddo football…

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College results
Southeastern 34 @ Arkansas Tech 37 (ot)
The heartbreaking season continues for the 2-7, 2-8 Savage Storm.
After forcing two turnovers and scoring 14 points to send the game into the extra session'; SOSU misses field goal on first offensive try. Nick Siosin completes 28-51 passes for 326 yards and three touchdowns in a gritty performance for Southeastern

This weeks college football games
Trinity @ Austin College (1 pm, Saturday, Sherman)
East Central @ Southeastern (2 pm, Saturday, Durant)

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Storm out the gate

Southeastern bops USAO to open mens basketball season.  The Savage Storm had three players in double figures led by Taylor Smaller with 17 points.  Kelly Green has kept his club busy in the early hoops season having already played road exhibition games at Texas-San Antonio, UTEP and North Texas.

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Last week's  prep football results

Noble 54  @ (0-6, 1-8) Durant 27
The Lions home losing streak hits ten games.  The last win  at Paul Laird Field came in week seven 2011 vs. Altus.

Elmore City 34  @ (1-5, 3-6) Caddo 7
Bruin season is over with an open date in week ten. 

Antlers 19  @ (4-2, 6-3) Kingston 28
Redskins appear headed for a fourth place finish in 2A-4

(2-5, 2-7) Tishomingo 21 @ (3-3, 5-4) Marietta 32
An Indian win at Konawa  secures the third playoff spot in 2A-4

32 Atoka @ (2-4, 4-5) Madill 47
The Wampus Cats have yet to win a game...

(5-1, 6-3) Denison 64 @ Greenville 14
The Yellowjackets stay atop  13-4A with only one district loss. One of the 'Jackets touchdowns came on a 99-yard pass from Devon Blanton to Jaleel Dade.

(3-3, 4-5) Sherman  10 @ Wylie 17
Bearcats post season chances ended with the loss.

Sunnyvale 7  @ (6-0, 9-1) Pottsboro 10
The Cards enter the bye week as 6-2A (I) district champs!

(5-0, 8-1) Whitesboro 48  @ Callisburg 14
Bearcats stay  atop district 5-2A (I) with the lopsided victory

This week's schedule

Tulsa Hale @ Durant

Kingston @ Coalgate

Marietta @ Konawa

Purcell @ Atoka

Madill @ Pauls Valley

Davis @ Tishomingo

McKinney North @ Denison

Greenville @ Sherman

Boyd @ Whitesboro


Last  week's college football  results
Austin College 25  @ Southwest Texas 6
The 4-5 'Roos shake off an early 3-0 deficit and build a 19-point halftime lead in cruising to the victory.

Harding  42 @ Southeastern 10
The balanced Bison's run first offense drops Southeastern to 2-6 and 2-7.  The Storm scored on the final play of the first half to cut the HU lead to 14-7. But, the Bison's took control in the second half.


This week's college football schedule


Southeastern @ Arkansas Tech, 2:00 pm, Saturday

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The Southeastern men's basketball team has undertaken an ambitious pre season schedule with three road games versus  D-1 schools. Entering a Monday night date in Denton at North Texas: SOSU had lost decisions to Texas-San Antonio 80-60 and Texas-El Paso 93-61.  Kelly Green's squad opens the regular season Saturday night hosting USAO-Chickasha at 7:30 pm inside Bloomer Sulivan Arena.

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Colbert high school has named Tony Young as its new girl's basketball coach. Young was  previously softball coach at Rock Creek.  

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Brendan Gulick of KLBC Sports front left talks with SOSU players prior to kickoff at Ranger field





















(2-5, 2-6) Southeastern  21 @ Northwestern OK 25

The Savage Storm fell victim to a previously winless Ranger squad and the yellow hanky on an overcast day in Alva.  Southeastern was hit with a whopping 22 penalties for 205 yards.  An unfathomable 18 of those came in the first half totaling 165 yards and two of the whistle downs wiped out apparent touchdown runs by  Devlon Worthan and Nick Sioson.  Amazingly enough, the officiating crew called five straight penalties  as the Rangers tried unsuccessfully to tack on a two point conversion following late second quarter touchdown.  At least a half of  a dozen of the penalties called were encroachment by SOSU. 

Kept close by the mistake prone Savage Storm: the Rangers took it from there and twice answered Southeastern touchdowns with a score of their own in the second half.  Wortham finished the afternoon with 184 yards rushing on 21  carries included in that was a 62-yard burst up the middle for a touchdown.

38 Hendrix @ (3-5) Austin College 45

James Nwankpah rushed for 202 yards and Bryce Murphy rushed for 111 to lead Austin College by Hendrix College 45-38 at the "Roos" homecoming. It was the second week in a row the dynamic pair had topped the 100-yard  rushing mark.   Noah Jesko had a another big game passing for  225 yards and four scores.  AC ended up with 569 yards in total offense. 

This week

Austin College @ Southwest Texas, 1 pm, Saturday
Harding @ Southeastern, 2 pm, Saturday

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The Wolves during pre game drills as they ready for the Durant Lions
TSB prep results

(0-5, 1-7) Durant 44   @ Shawnee 56

The number seven 5A Wolves jumped out to a 28-0 lead and cruised to a district 3 victory at Jim Thorpe Stadium.  DHS quarterback Zac Cater passed for 274 yards and  three scores.  He has thrown for more than 2200 yards this year.


(1-4, 3-5) Caddo 22  @ Maysville 36

Davis  42 @ Kingston 21

Lexington 45  @  (2-4, 2-6) Tishomingo 23

(2-3, 4-4) Marietta 35  @ Coalgate 6

(1-4, 3-5) Madill  21 @ Sulphur 7

Wylie 27  @ (4-1, 5-3) Denison 35

Lovejoy 35  @ (3-2, 4-4) Sherman 21

(5-0, 8-1) Pottsboro 23  @ Van Alystne 21

Pilot Point 10  @ (4-0, 7-1) Whitesboro 37

This week's schedule

Noble @ Durant

Elmore City @ Caddo

Antlers @ Kingston

Tishomingo @ Marietta

Atoka @ Madill

Denison @ Greenville

Sherman @ Wylie

Sunnyville @ Pottsboro

Whitesboro @ Callisburg

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Durant travelled to McAlester on Oct.18

Fall break meant Thursday night high school football games north of the Red River in Oklahoma and Southeastern played a longtime rival in a rare Friday night game.  Here's a check of Texoma area football  games for the week ending October 19.


29 (0-4, 1-6) Durant @ McAlester 59
The second ranked Buffaloes blew things open in the first half racing to a 49-16 halftime lead.  McAlester's Jarome Smith ran for 210 yards on just 12 carries and scored three times. He also added a 64-yard kickoff return for another touchdown.  The Lions Cooper Cavender ran for 91 yards on 21 tough carries while Zac Cater connected on 22-36 passes for 279 yards and three TD's.

51 Wynnewood @  (1-3, 3-4) Caddo 7
The loss to the fourth-ranked Savages doesn't  dampen the Bruins playoff aspirations with three games left on the schedule.

 33 (3-1, 5-2) Kingston @  (1-3, 3-4) Marietta 35
Marietta's upset win puts a definite crimp in the Redskins hopes to host a playoff game for the first time in decades.

42 Lone Grove @ (0-2, 2-5) Madill 3

33 (2-3, 2-5) Tishomingo @ Konawa 13

42 (3-1, 4-3) Denison @ Lovejoy 56 
The 'Jackets fall in a battle of district unbeatens.

41 (2-2, 3-4) Sherman @ Royce City  17
Senior Tre’ Mask led the Bearcats rushing for 171 yards and three touchdowns.  Mask  was forced to take over at QB when starter Case Rolen was forced to the sideline in the second half with an injury.

6 Commerce @ (4-0, 7-1) Pottsboro 20  
Junior Cardinal quarterback  Hunter Mullinex fired touchdown passes of  22, 14 and 34 yards.  Two of his scoring strikes was caught by Nate Watson

43 (3-0, 6-1) Whitesboro @ Bowie 7


This week's high school schedule

Durant  @ Shawnee

Caddo  @ Maysville

Davis @ Kingston

Lexington @ Tishomingo

Marietta @ Coalgate

Madill @ Sulphur

Wylie @ Denison

Lovejoy @ Sherman

Pottsboro @ Van Alystne

Pilot Point @ Whitesboro

College results


37 Southwestern OK @ Southeastern 27
The Savage Storm (2-4, 2-5) couldn't hold a fourth quarter lead in falling to the Bulldogs for only the second time in the past twelve years.  SW quarterback Dustin Stenta was the difference completing 26-37 passes for 352 yards and four touchdowns.  Big tight end Ryan Corbin was was his favorite target hauling in ten passes for 164 yards and three scores.  SE ran for 199 and passed for 233  yards.  But, they sputtered offensively in the second half. Nick Sioson finished with 21 completions in 39 attempts for 233 yards and two touchdowns. Ladarius Abrams ran 76 yards on just six carries.

7  Southwestern Assemblies of God @ Austin College 27
The 'Roos improve to 2-5 with Bryce Murphy and James Nwankpah both running for more than 100 yards . Austin College recorded 377 total yards and held a nine-plus minute advantage in time of possession.  De'Andre Holmes and Brooks Ward each made seven tackles for the Hoppies.

This  week's college schedule

Hendrix @ Austin College, 1 pm, Saturday,  homecoming
Southeastern @ Northwestern OK, 3 pm, Saturday

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Silo fell one victory short of winning the Class A fall baseball state title Saturday at the Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.  Binger-Olney held off a Rebels rally to take a 5-4 victory. Silo managed  just three hits with Lance House getting two of the safeties and knocking in a pair of runs.  The Rebels close the season at 29-5 after defeating  Tushka 8-6 and Sterling 11-3 to reach the Class A championship game.

At the 2A softball fast pitch  tournament at Shawnee.  Colbert won its first game 3-2  over Frederick before being eliminated by eventual state champion Dale 
11-3 in the semifinals. Rock Creek lost to Sterling 5-2 in Class A and Caney was defeated Stuart 4-3 in Class B state tournament play.


Collinsville picked up a state tournament invite by winning the 5A fast pitch regional at Durant. The Lady Lions close out the season 22-14.

High School football results


48 Tulsa Memorial @ (0-3, 1-5) Durant 38
The Chargers Mikequan Dean ran wild finishing up with 417 yards rushing and six touchdowns.  Durant jumped out to a 26-7 lead early in the second quarter before Memorial decided to almost exclusively stay on the ground.  As a result, the Chargers finished the humid night with 601 rushing and 653 total yards.  The Lions Zac Cater passed for 402 yards and four touchdowns with Skye Lowe catching eight balls for 133 yards. Sophomore Layton Tubbs led the Lions in tackles despite sitting out most of the second half with an injury.  He also scored on a one yard run and a 64-yard scoring toss from Cater.

0 (1-2, 3-3) Caddo @ Wewoka 40

29 Lexington @ (3-0, 5-1) Kingston 33

21 (1-2, 1-5 ) Tishomingo @ Haskell 43

7  (0-3, 2-4) Madill @ Dickson 35
The Comets go to 6-0 for the first time in school history.

7 (0-3, 2-4) Marietta @ Davis 47

10 Royse City @ (3-0, 4-2) Denison 34

14 (1-2, 2-4) Sherman @ Wylie East 38

62 (3-0, 6-1) Pottsboro @ Caddo Mills 61 - 3 OT


This weeks schedule-OK games on Thursday

Durant @ McAlester

Wynnewood @ Caddo

Kingston @ Marietta

Lone Grove @ Madill

Tishomingo @ Konawa

Denison @ Lovejoy (Friday)

Sherman @ Royce City (Friday)

Commerce @ Pottsboro (Friday)

Whitesboro @ Bowie (Friday)

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Southeastern (left) set to kickoff to Southern Nazarene (right) at the SNU field...
Southeastern 31 Southern Nazarene 14

The Savage Storm (2-3, 2-4) ran past the Crimson Storm in a cool, sun-splashed afternoon in Oklahoma City. Devlon Wortham and Nelson Akinwande finished with 115 and 101 rushing yards respectively to help the visitors halt a four game losing streak. Logan Russell led a Southeastern defense that rose to the occasion in the second half, on several different occasions, as the winless Crimson Storm tried to tack on the tying touchdown.

Texas Lutheran 45 Austin College 12

The 'Roos fall to 0-1, 1-5 .  The Bulldogs built up a 28-9 lead and coasted.
Noah Jesko completed 22-46 passes for 242 yards.  He also added a rushing touchdown. James Nwankpah led the 'Roo rushing attack with 76 yards on 23 carries. Cooper Woodyard caught four passes for 70 yards to lead the Austin College receivers. Brooks Ward Brooks Ward made eight tackles, including two for loss to lead the 'Roo defense.


This week's college schedule

Southwestern at Southeastern (6 pm, Friday)
Southwestern Assemblies @ Austin College (1 pm Saturday)

---Texoma Sports Blog---

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Oklahoma State tournament pairings in fall baseball and fast pitch softball have been announced

Class A fall baseball on Thursday

Silo and Tushka will collide at 6:30 Thursday night at Edmond Santa Fe high school. Class B at Edmond North sends Boswell against  Lookeba-Sickles at 
4 pm.

Fast pitch softball  state tournaments will be played at Firelake in Shawnee..

2A- Tushka will play Savanna at 1 pm, with Colbert playing  Frederick at 5 on field three. Class A-Rock Creek versus Sterling at 11 am on field one and in Class B, Caney will meet Stuart at also at 11 am on field two.

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Last weeks high school football results 

0 Durant @ Tulsa Kelley 21

The Lions (0-2), (1-3) turned the ball over twice in the Comets end zone and struggled offensively through out the gusty evening.  The Comets Thomas Bingham broke through for 154 yards and two touchdowns on 22 rushes.  His 71-yard td jaunt in the second  half broke open a 7-0 game. DHS quarterback Zac Cater went 24-45 passing for 198 yards.  But, his three pickoffs were crucial especially in the first half.  Hunter Wines led the Lions defensively with six solo tackles. 

6 Wayne @ Caddo 20

The Bruins improve to 1-1 in district play and 3-2 for the season with the home victory at Bruin field.

40 Kingston @ Konawa 7

Only a one-point loss to Dickson in the  opener stands between the Redskins and an unbeaten record.  Kingston 2-0, 4-1 is looking to finish second in the district and thus nail down the first playoff berth in 25 years .  Eight sophomores are starting on defense and offense with a pair of tenth graders, Jacson Beal and Noah Hodges,  rotating in  at quarterback.  Down lineman Danny Charles is leading the team in tackles for the second year in a row.

44 Purcell @ (0-2, 2-3) Madill 0

18 Coalgate @ Tishomingo 48

The Indians (1-1, 1-4)  pick up their first  win for first year head coach Nick Claborne

21 (0-2, 2-3) Marietta @ Stratford 41

42 Denison @ Sherman 24

The 'Jackets (2-0, 3-2) take the "The Battle of the Axe". (1-1, 2-3)  Sherman head coach  Gary Kinne had to sit out the game on suspension for non-school participation violations.

17 Farmersville @ Pottsboro 24

Zane Pritchett rushed 22 times for 109 yards and threw for one score as the Cardinals (2-0, 5-1) rallied from behind to win.

0 Paradise @ Whitesboro 56

Whitesboro (2-0, 5-1) turned in its third straight shutout.  The Bearcats haven't turned that trick since 1949.   Four in a row would be a school record.

This weeks high school schedule

Tulsa Memorial @ Durant

Caddo @ Wewoka

Lexington @ Kingston

Tishomingo @ Haskell

Atoka @ Sulphur

Madill @ Dickson

Konawa @ Coalgate

Marietta @ Davis

Royse City @ Denison

Sherman @ Wylie East

Pottsboro @ Caddo Mills



College results

Texas A & M-Commerce 31 Southeastern 29

A two-plus hour lightning delay and a full scale brawl in the final minute made for a long and frustrating day for the (1-4) Savage Storm.  Southeastern pulled to within two points with 48 seconds left only to be hit with a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty during celebration.  This call came from a group of officials that had ignored "yapping" from both squads through out the hotly-contested game.  

Un phased by a two-point conversion try from the 17 yard line; the Savage Storm appeared to have connected on the conversion pass in the right portion of the end zone that would have tied the game.  After the catch; several seconds ran off the clock and the ball popped loose from the receiver.  Two officials near the play looked at each other for awhile before another official from another location ran over to rule it incomplete.

When the visiting Lions recovered the ensuing onside kick several scuffles erupted on the  field and  both benches emptied.  Once order was restored; the officials met at the 50-yard line for several minutes before picking up the football and high tailing for the safety of the locker room.  The game was called with 48.6 seconds remaining.

Austin College 31 Southwestern 0

A  career day from senior running back James Nwankpah was the piston needed to drive Austin College to its first win in five tries.  The Hoppy's ran for 305 yards with Nwankpah collecting 149.  

next week

Southeastern at Southern Nazarene, 2 pm, Saturday

Austin College @ Texas Lutheran

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Silo Lady Rebels fast pitch softball district champs. Silo schools photo.
Unranked Silo entered the 2A district tournament with a tall task ;  knock off the number four team in the state on their own field.  And that's just what the Lady Rebels did !  After splitting games on the first day winning 1-0 and then losing 10-3; the Lady Rebels of coach Mike McDonald  shocked 25-4 Latta 5-2 to take the district championship.

Colbert and Tushka also picked up district titles  in 2A with Rock Creek in A  along with Bennington and Caney recording district titles in Class B

In fall baseball, Calera, Silo, Tushka and Colbert were all  district winners in Class A with Caney and Coleman advancing in Class B.

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Skiatook 48 Durant 43


1015  yards in total offense in this one. Lion QB Zac Cater threw for a probable school record 37-52 for 427 yards and six touchdowns. Skye Lowe added 16 catches  for 183 yards. But, Durant,0-1, 1-3, watched as  Skiatook stopped a 13 game losing streak dating back to November 2011. Kyle McLaughlin ran wild for the Bulldogs finishing with 33 carries for 323 yards and three scores.  Durant trailed 29-7 at one point in first half and failed on a late onside kick late.

Stratford 25   (0-1, 2-2) Caddo 13

(1-0, 3-1) Kingston 29 (0-1, 0-4)Tishomingo 11

Plainview 63 (0-1, 2-2) Madill   7

Lexington 22 (0-1, 2-2 )Marietta 7

Sherman  55 McKinney North 44
Tre Mask tore through MNHS  for 248 yards on 27 carries.  His seven touchdowns  were just enough for the Bearcats who improve to 1-0, 2-2. Sherman ended the night with 443 offensive yards. Case Rolen completed 12-21 passes for 141 yards in the see saw Thursday night affair at  Ron Poe Stadium in McKinney.

 Denison 47 Wylie East 46

A blocked extra point with :27 seconds left sealed the  district win for the 2-2 and 1-0 Yellowjackets.  Devon Blanton ran for 182  and Denard Whitfield  178 yards as the pair combined for five Denison touchdowns.

Pottsboro 28 @ Howe 0

The (4-1, 1-0) Cards defense pitched the shutout allowing Howe just 171 yards in total offense. Zane Pritchett and Hunter Mullenix combined for 234 yards passing.

Whitesboro 49 Ponder 0

Collin Kilcrease scored four touchdowns  as the (4-1, 1-0) Bearcats defense limited Ponder to less than 100 yards in total offense.

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Ouachita Baptist 45  Southeastern 7

The 1-3 Savage Storm never gave themselves a chance in this Great American Conference match up at humid and misty Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

Southeastern turned the ball over on six consecutive possessions to start the game and ended the night with seven giveaways.
The second turnover turned out to be the game changer.  Southeastern was down  3-0 and driving when Devon Cousins cut in front of a Storm receiver at the goal line and picked off an under thrown Nick Sioson pass and motored 99 yards to pay dirt.  Things went from bad to worse after that. Southeastern actually outgained the Tigers 468-462 and nearly doubled the number of offensive snaps 102-54.

Trinity, Tx 26 Austin College

The 0-4 Kangeroos could manage just a 35-yard field goal from Andrew Klink. AC outgained Trinity 394-305, But they couldn't translate the yardage into points.

This weeks football schedule (Friday unless noted)

Durant @ Tulsa Kelley (7 pm kickoff)

Wayne @ Caddo

Kingston @ Konawa

Purcell @ Madill

Coalgate @ Tishomingo

Marietta @ Stratford

Denison @ Sherman

Farmersville @ Pottsboro

Paradise @ Whitesboro

Texas A & M-Commerce @ Southeastern  (2 pm-Saturday)

Southwestern Tx  @ Austin College (1 pm-Saturday)

---Texoma Sports Blog

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Durant's bid to beat Ardmore and Ada on back to back weeks fall's short and Southeastern pushes ninth-ranked Henderson to the limit....plus more on the TSB. Let's get going:

Ada 36 Durant 35:
The rival Cougars rallied in the fourth quarter to spoil the Lion's home opener at Paul Laird.  Durant had spotted Ada a 7-0 lead and was out in front  35-20 midway in the third quarter before seeing the advantage slip away.

For Durant, senior quarterback Zac Cater went 23-32  passing  for 324 yards  and four touchdowns. Sophomore wide out Skye Lowe caught nine balls for  160 yards and three touchdowns including a 54 yard streak down the middle of the field to pay dirt.  The Lions ended the night with 468 offensive yards.

But, critical mistakes down the stretch left the door open for the Cougars who barged in to steal away the win. Up by nine in the fourth, DHS had a sure touchdown on a Chris Sprous fumble return whistled back by a  penalty 30-yards behind the play and Cater's only interception of the night  helped Ada slip past Durant at end.   The Lions fall to 1-2 with both losses coming by one point. DHS opens 5A-3 district play September 27 hosting winless Skiatook.
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The Caddo Bruin
Caddo 34 Durant JV 20
The Bruins tuned up for the beginning of  Class A district play by holding  off the Lion Jayvee's in the "Bryan County Bowl" played on a misty Thursday night at Bruin field.

Senior running back Tanner Grace scored three times for 2-1 Caddo. Tyler Stovall of Durant electrified the crowd scoring with a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and a 90-yard half back pass scoring reception.

As Caddo moves back down to Class B eleven-man next year; the series with their Bryan County neighbor will be put on the shelf for now.

"We are going to miss it," said Bruin head coach Jeremy Proctor. " We really appreciate Durant  coach Byron Cordell for bringing a team up here to play.  Caddo opens A-5 district play September 27 at Stratford.

Kingston 44 Wilson 6
The 2-1 Redskins rolled to 27-0 halftime lead en route to an easy victory over the Eagles.   Kingston opens 2A-4 district play hosting 0-3 Tishomingo.  

Dickson 48 Tishomingo 14
The  unbeaten Comets jumped out to a 36-0 halftime lead . After nearly upsetting Madill in week one, Tish has given up 110 points in a pair of losses.

Madill 47 Bethel 0
Madill breezed to an easy win in the battle of the Wildcats. The winners rolled up more than 300 yards in total offense while limiting Bethel to a paltry 69.  2-1 Madill opens 3A-4 district play tripping to unbeaten and eighth ranked Plainview

Ringling 34 Marietta 0
The top ranked A powerhouse Blue Devils improve to 1-1  while the Indians fall to 2-1.   Marietta opens 2A-4 district action at home versus the Lexington Bulldogs.

Pottsboro 21 Anna 17
The Cardinals improve to 3-1  after  winning  the road game marred by six turnovers and numerous penalties.  Kory Waller bolted 97 yards with the opening kickoff for a touchdown to get Pottsboro off and running. The Cards open 2A1-district 6 play with a trip to Howe.  

Whitesboro 55 Bonham 0
Collin Gilcrease and Cody Ford set the tone early finding the end zone five times in the first half.  The 55 points was the most for Whitesboro since 1986.
2A-1 District 5 action begins Friday with a trip to Ponder.

Denison and Sherman were idle the week of September 20..
The Yellowjackets open 4A-13 district play at home versus Wylie East.  The Bearcats will play a 7:00 pm district opener Thursday night at  McKinney North.

Henderson 44 Southeastern 35
The ninth ranked NCAA D-II Reddies had outscored their previous two opponents 157-24.  But, the Savage Storm made 3-0 HU work for a hard earned Great American Conference victory at Paul Laird field in Durant.

Southeastern led 28-27  before being outscored 20-7 in the final quarter.  Storm QB Nick Sioson excelled hitting 34-58 passes for 377 yards and four touchdowns with one interception.  Kaymon Farmer with nine and Anthony Foster with eight catches led the SOSU receiving corps.  The highlight of the evening for the large home crowd was Logan Russell's 100-yard interception return for a touchdown  that gave the Storm the lead after three quarters.

2-1 Southeastern hits the road September 28 to continue GAC play at Ouachita Baptist in Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

Occidental 35 Austin College 25
The Kangaroos rally fell short in the game played in Los Angeles, California.
Once again the hoppies QB  Noah Jesko  had a big game finishing  up with 307 yards on 26-48 passing. Bryce Murphy helped out with 100 yards rushing on 13 carries.  

Brooks Ward recorded 12 tackles for 0-3 Austin College who forced three Tiger turnovers. AC will travel to Trinity, Texas for a one pm kickoff on September 28.

This weeks Texoma Area Football  Schedule

Sherman @ McKinney North (Thursday, 7pm)

Friday
Skiatook @ Durant

Caddo @ Stratford

Tishomingo @ Kingston

Madill @ Plainview

Antlers @ Hartshorne

Lexington @ Marietta

Wylie East @ Denison

Pottsboro @ Howe

Whitesboro @ Ponder

Saturday
Austin College @ Trinity, Texas (1 pm)

Southeastern at Ouachita Baptist (6 pm)

---Texoma Sports Blog

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Recaps of Texoma area football week ending September 14, 2013

Durant 9 Ardmore 7


The Lions defense and Ardmore's mistakes were the story lines in a down to the wire contest at Noble Stadium in Ardmore. The 18th victory in the 92-game series stopped a four-game losing streak for DHS. The Lion's broke a scoreless tie just before half when quarterback Zac Cater hooked up with Brandon Maynard on a six yard touchdown pass that completed an eight-play 52-yard drive.

Clinging to a precarious 7-0 lead, Durant watched it slip away when Kydric Knox bolted 51 yards with 8:08 left. But, the Lion defense would break the deadlock, with the Tigers help, a couple of minutes later. Backed up near their own goal line, the Tigers attempted a pitch sweep and the wild toss was recovered by a host of fired up DHS defenders in the end zone for a safety. The Tigers would threaten to take the win late. But, senior kicker Ben Gonzales just pushed a 39-yard field goal to left of the goalpost in the waning moments

Durant, 1-1, managed 177 yards in total offense with Cater hitting on 12-22 passes for 99 yards. Cooper Cavender chugged for 51 tough yards on 22 tough carries. The Tigers, 0-1 ended up with 210 yards. But, AHS had several big runs nullified by penalties. The Lion defense was ferocious in key spots. Durant Lumber Hard Hat winner Blaise Gorges stood out with seven solo tackles and two sacks. Hunter Wines was also big with 4 solos.

Winning coach Byron Cordell liked his clubs “fanatical” effort. “You can't say enough about the defense. Time after time they stopped Ardmore when we had to. The guys were making plays they probably shouldn't have."

Wilson 14 Caddo 13

The Bruins drop a tight one at home after a week one forfeit win over Canadian. This week it's the "Bryan County Bowl" versus the Durant junior varsity.  Probably be the last one for at least two years because Caddo heads back to Class B next season.

Kingston 16 Madill 7

After dropping a disappointing game  in week one John Caraway's 'Skins even the record at 1-1 against the Wildcats.  Madill struggled in week one at Tish and are trying to get all of the new faces ready for district play in two week.

Lone Grove 62 Tishomingo 16

Marietta 28 Elmore City 24

Denison 33 Liberty 16

The 1-2 Yellowjackets get their first victory and send Liberty to 0-3. Denard Whitfield rushed 27 times for 161 yards and three touchdowns to pace Denison.
New QB Devon Blanton completed eight passes for 66 yards and the "Jackets churned out 347 infantry yards on 55 rushes.


Highland Park 49 Sherman 7

The Scots held the Bearcats to 180 yards total offense in the lopsided victory at Highlander Stadium.  Cole Feigl rushed for 109 yards and two scores to pace HP who also scored on a 

Pottsboro 31 Bonham 21

The Cards improve to 2-1 with a homecoming win.

Whitesboro 27 Aubrey 14

Next weeks games

Ada vs. Durant

Durant JV vs. Caddo (Th)

Wilson @ Kingston

Dickson @ Tishomingo

Bethel @  Madill

Ringling @ Marietta

Pottsboro @ Anna

Whitesboro @ Bonham

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Prior to kickoff Saturday at UAM
Arkansas-Monticello 42 Southeastern 34

The Savage Storm's disappointing loss to a struggling UAM program can be traced to a couple of factors. Turnovers and yielding the big play. SOSU lost the ball four times in the second half .

Nick Sioson had a huge night completing 31-53 passes for 298 yards and three scores. The only downside to his career night was his three interceptions. Add to that a crushing fourth quarter fumble inside the “Weevil's” five yard line by Ladarius Abrams and the night was lost.

1-0 UAM also torched Southeastern for five-plays that generated 309 yards. Southeastern racked up 460 yards in total offense. But, yielded 477. Individually, Devlon Wortham ran for 92 on 16 totes. Anthony Foster caught 11 balls for 99 yards. Disappointed SOSU coach Ray Richards lamented the miscues when talked with KLBC's Brendan Gulick after the game “We beat ourselves. We made mistakes . Some physical some mental. We gave up some turnovers and big plays and that got us beat.”


East Texas Baptist 52 Austin College 34

The 'Roos fell victim to a 611 yard onslaught from the visiting ETBU. Austin College QB Noah Jesko turned in a strong game completing  26-47 passes for 333 yards and three touchdowns along with a couple of interceptions. AC never led but stayed close through out the game pulling to within 30-27 midway in the  third quarter on Kyle Crawford  11-yard scoring pass from Cooper Woodyard .  But, ETBU would outscore the 'Roos 16-7 in the final quarter to salt away the victory.


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