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October 11, 2012

Teams scrambling for district wins

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marie@pvdemocrat.com — Elmore City-Pernell at Maysville

Throw the records out the window; the battle between these rivals is one of the best ones in the area.

It doesn’t matter what sport Elmore City-Pernell and Maysville are playing in their dislike for each other comes through.

After winning their first two games, Elmore-Pernell has lost four straight including losses to the No. 1 and No. 2 team in Class A. The Badgers are looking to get back in the win column and a three game win streak here at the end of the season could propel this team back into the playoffs.

Maysville is also looking for a win after starting the season 0-6. They have faced two of the “W’s” and have Wayne as their final game. Maysville had their best offense output of the season scoring 15 points against No. 7 Cashion.

Caddo at Wynnewood

The defending Class B champion, Caddo, will invade Wynnewood Friday night to face the Savages. After dropping their first three district games, Caddo needs to knock off the No. 1 team in Class A and win their final two district games to have a shot at returning to the playoffs. The Bruins had a shot last week to beat Wewoka but couldn’t get the job done losing 27-19.

Caddo is led on offense by tailback Corey Savoy and Tanner Grace and quarterback Triston Pairs. Jace Brown had a huge game last week throwing the ball for Savages. Elmore slowed down the Wynnewood run game and Brown took over throwing for over 170 yards and three touchdowns.

Wewoka at Stratford

The Stratford Bulldogs are in the middle of a three-game stretch with the 3 “W’s.” After a loss to No. 2 Wayne last week, Stratford will be entertaining top 15 Wewoka this week. The Tigers have weapons all over the field but none more dangerous than quarterback Bryton Washington. Washington had three touchdown runs and threw for another to lead Wewoka pas Caddo last week.

Washington’s 70-yard run in the fourth quarter broke a 19-19 tie and kept the Tigers perfect in district play.

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