While some history was made Friday night at Wolf Field, an old tradition continued.

While some history was made Friday night at Wolf Field, an old tradition continued.

The No. 3 Davis Wolves set a new Oklahoma state record by making their 34th straight playoff appearance, and they did so in style defeating Hobart 47-18.

Briston Summers got the Wolves rolling with a pair of touchdowns to make it 14-0.

With the score at 21-0, Davis got an interception at the 2-yard line, which was returned 98-yards for a touchdown, making it 28-0.

Summers also collected a touchdown pass in the game to Payton Weber.

With the win the Wolves improved to 8-2 on the season, and will be back at home at 7:30 p.m. Friday night taking on the Hennessey Eagles in the second round of the Class 2A playoffs.

 

Lindsay 40
Marietta 8

A strong season by the Marietta Indians came to a screeching halt Friday night on the road.

The Lindsay Leopards used a 33-point first half to overwhelm the Indians, eliminating them by a score of 40-8.

LHS scored 13 points in the first quarter, before adding another 20 before the end of the first half.

The Leopards were held to just seven points in the third quarter, before MHS got a consolation score in the fourth courtesy of a 49-yard touchdown run by Omar Castenda, before he added the two point conversion.

Marietta ended its season at 6-5 overall.

 

Carnegie 62
Fox 16

Once again, the Carnegie Wildcats proved to be a thorn in the side of the Fox Foxes in the playoffs.

For the second straight season, Fox was eliminated by the Wildcats Friday night in Carnegie, as they fell 62-16 in a game which was called in the third quarter.

Carnegie raced out to a 20-0 advantage in the first quarter, before Fox responded with 16 points of its own in the second.

Unfortunately, the Wildcats had 36 points of their own to tack on to their lead, leaving Fox on the ropes going into halftime down 56-16.

The Wildcats scored in the third quarter to end the game.

Fox ended its season at 2-8 overall.