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Carl Albert 62, Guymon 0
The Guymon Tigers dropped to 0-8 on the season with just two games remaining.
Carl Albert High School shut out Guymon 62-0 in Midwest City Thursday night.
Carl Albert scored 35 first half points against the Tigers.
âWe had Carl Albert in third and long situations several times and we let them off the hook,â said Guymon head coach Bryan Ballard. He added that the Tigers would start doing some good things and then things would not go in their favor.
âCarl Albert was bigger and stronger,â he said.
âIf we can cut out some big mistakes, we can win some games,â Ballard said.
âWe really played hard. We did a lot of good things,â he said.
Carl Albert improves to 3-5 with the win.
The Tigersâ two remaining games will both be played in Guymon. El Reno visits next week and Western Heights for the final game on Nov. 2.
âI think we can win both of them,â Ballard said.
Texhoma 55, Fairview 14
Now 7-0 and likely cruising to an undefeated regular season, the Red Devils knocked off 7-0 Fairview at Fairview Thursday night.
The win leaves Texhoma as not officially district champions yet but close to sealing that deal.
âTheyâre playing well. The kids are firing on all cylinders now offensively and defensively and special teams,â said Texhoma head coach Aaron Witten.
âWe had a good start. We opened the game with an onside kick and recovered it. We answered their first touchdown with a kickoff return for a touchdown by Bryson Beattie,â he said.
âTwo plays later, Nathan Knitig intercepted a pass and ran it for a touchdown. That play sparked us more than anything,â Witten said.
âWe did what we wanted to do. We wanted to beat them up front with our offensive line,â he said.
âTo hold a team like that to only 14 points is a great thing,â Witten said.
He credited defensive coordinator Buddy Husted for doing a good job with the defense.
âHe did a great job this week,â Witten said.
The stats speak for themselves. Texhoma gained 450 total yards while holding Fairview to 250.
Quarterback Jack Powers completed three passes for 90 yards and two touchdowns.
Beattie had 12 carries for 148 yards and three touchdowns. He also had a kickoff return for a touchdown and an interception.
Chance Meyer had eight carries for 100 yards and one touchdown. The score came on a catch for 34 yards.
Tyrone 48, Waynoka 0
The Bobcats shut down Waynoka 48-0 in a home game Thursday night.
Tyrone scored 42 points in the first quarter.
âWe played some of our young kids in the second half,â said Tyrone head coach Josh Bell.
âOverall, it was a good effort offensively and defensively. We really played solid. We were able to force some turnovers and get some interceptions,â he said.
The Bobcats had 361 total yards. Rushing yards were 279 and 82 passing.
Cole Wall rushed for 107 yards and Ethan Reece ran for 103.
The win improves Tyroneâs record to 6-2.
The Bobcats will host Buffalo next week.
Shattuck 50, Goodwell 0
Shattuck defeated Goodwell 50-0 Thursday night.
The loss leaves the Eagles with a 0-8 record.
No other information about the game was available Thursday night.