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November 8, 2012

Wynnewood, ECP face teams from A-6

marie@pvdemocrat.com — Class A-5 will be well represented by Garvin County when they tangle with the teams from the eastern side o the state out of A-6.

The Class A favorite Wynnewood will host Gore (6-4) at Savage Stadium. Gore finished fourth in the wide-open district and gave the district champ Savanna their only loss of the season.

Quarterback Robert Clack who has thrown for 2,211 yards with 22 touchdowns leads gore. Do everything back Ben Smith leads the teams in both rushing 1,007 and 15 touchdowns and receiving 704 yards and 3 touchdowns. Logan Ohl has 568 yards and 6 touchdowns receiving.

Gore will throw a 4-2-5 defense against the balanced Wynnewood attack.

Elmore City-Pernell beat Stratford last week to gain a spot in the playoffs. That spot is at Savanna, the No. 10 team in Class A. Savanna only loss came to Gore (14-12) in the middle of the season.

Savanna is big upfront and has been a key to their success. Bernie Underwood (6-1, 230), Kane Konsure (6-0, 200) and Gage Brookshire (6-2, 210) are the guys that anchor both sides of the ball.

Seth Burke and Christian Preston are the got to guys on offense and will have to be slowed down for underdog Badgers to have a chance to win.

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