Plainview secured at least a tie for the District 3A-2 title with a 28-21 win over Madill Friday.


Plainview 28, Madill 21

Plainview secured at least a tie for the District 3A-2 title with a 28-21 win over Madill Friday.

Madill’s Paten Bond scored from two yards out to give the Wildcats a  21-7 lead with 6:41 left in the third quarter.

With two minutes left in the third Plainview’s  (6-3, 5-1 District 3A-2) Blake Campo threw

a 60-yard touchdown pass to Austin Carrera. Carrera caught the ball near midfield and outran the defense to the endzone.

Campo scored on a 73-yard run with 7:30 left in the fourth quarter to tie the score at 21.

When Plainview got the ball back again, Campo scored on a 42-yard run after reversing his field with 3:39 left to give  Plainview a 28-12 lead.

Madill (6-3, 3-2 District 3A-2) drove to the Plainview 30 before giving up the ball on downs with less than a minute remaining.


Duncan 23, Ardmore 20

DUNCAN — Duncan scored all its points in the first half and held off a furious Ardmore rally to win 23-20 Friday night.

Duncan (6-3, 5-1 District 5A-2) moved into second place in District 5A-2. Ardmore (5-4, 4-2) drops to third.

Duncan led 23-7 at halftime. Ardmore dominated possession in the second half but had two turnovers.

Ashton Perry ran for 138 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries. Travis Galbreath had a 3-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.

Juaren McGee had 122 all-purpose yards (57 rushing, 65 receiving) for Duncan.


Lone Grove 16, Dickson 15

LONE GROVE — Playing in front of their home crowd for the final time this season, the Lone Grove Longhorns  (4-5, 2-3 District 3A-2) gave the fans a thrill with a last minute score in a 16-15 win over Dickson Friday night.

Jacob McClennahan found receiver Terry Rowe for a 12-yard scoring strike with :17 left in the game to cap a 76-yard drive. McClennahan led Lone Grove with 96 yard rushing and 168 yards passing.

Dickson (3-6, 0-5 District 3A-2) trailed the Longhorns 9-0 in the first half and rallied with two touchdowns late in the second quarter to take a 15-9 lead. Comet quarterback Chris Bamburg capped both drives with 3-yard runs but it was not enough as Dickson faltered late.

The Comets fell to 3-6 on the season in the loss and will end the season at Sulphur. The Longhorns improved to 4-5 and will be on the road in Week 10 to face Purcell.


Ringling 63, Healdton 0

RINGLING — Matthew Farris returned the opening kickoff of the second half 90 yards for a touchdown and Ringlng went on to beat Healdton 63-0 Friday.

Farris rushed for 255 yards on 21 carries and scored five touchdowns in addition to his kick return.

Ringling (6-2, 6-0 District A-4) fullback Slade Stewart had five carries for 163 yards and three touchdowns. He had a 94-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.

Healdton (5-4, 3-2 District A-4) was held to 84 yards of total offense and had only 23 going into the final quarter.

With the win Ringling clinches the District A-4 title.


Tishomingo 48,  Konawa 14

TISHOMINGO — Cole Niblett had 171 yards rushing on 12 plays, and three touchdowns, as Tishomingo beat Konawa 48-14.

Tishomingo (3-6, 3-2 District 2A-4) led 21-0 after one quarter, and 35-0 at halftime.

DeVante Lawson had 83 yards on nine carries, and Bryer Wood had 63 yards oon two carries for Ringling.

The Indians had 391 yards rushing and 54 yards passing.

Tishomingo (3-6) has won two in a row and finishes the regular season next Friday at Marietta.


Kingston 27, Marietta 21

KINGSTON — Winning its third consecutive game after an 0-6 start, Tisomingo beating Marietta 27-21 Friday.

Kingston (3-6, 3-3 District 2A-4) led 20-8 early in the third quarter and both teams scored again before the fourth quarter began. Marietta (3-6, 1-4 District 2A-4) cut the deficit to six in the fourth quarter but could get no closer.

Kingston’s Jared Hayes scored on runs of 1 and 38 yards. He also threw two touchdown passes, a 22-yarder to Ethan Gorrell and a 35 yarder to Jake Patterson.

For Marietta, Weston Birks threw two touchdown passes to Devonte Finch, for 21 and 34 yards.

Robert Santana King scored on a 5-yard run for Mareitta.


Not reported

Fox 54, Macomb 0

Pauls Valley 48, Sulphur 14

 Southwest Christian 58, Thackerville 32

Elmore City 52, Wilson 0