Pauls Valley, OK, Pauls Valley Democrat

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October 11, 2012

Teams scrambling for district wins

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marie@pvdemocrat.com — B-2

The Fox Foxes lead the way in B-2 with a 5-0 record. Alex and Central are tied for second with 4-1 records and Cyril, Waurika and Paoli are one game behind with 3-2 records.

Paoli at Waurika

Paoli has a big battle facing them Friday night in Waurika. The Pugs and Eagles both need to win to keep pace in a tight district. Blaine Shockley leads the pass happy Eagle offense. Shockley’s favorite target is Austin Masoner. The Eagles had an easy time last week with Macomb after losing back-to-back games to Alex and Cyril. Waurika has had some success in their first year of 8-man football. The Eagles dropped down from Class A where their success was minimal.

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