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September 30, 2013

WW, ECP, Lindsay post wins

marie@pvdemocrat.com — Several Garvin County teams picked up wins Friday night on the first week of district action.

Elmore City-Pernell used the legs of Edgar Gonzales and a tough defense as the Badgers shut out Wayne 35-0.

The Badges had over 400 yards in offense with Gonzales leading the way with 232 yards on 11 carries and two touchdowns.

Cole Ratchford added 84 yards on the ground on 11 carries with two touchdown. Derek Medford had one carry but it went for 61 yards and a TD. Tyler Sharp finished up the rushing with 16 yards.

ECP will host Wewoka Friday night a 36-19 winner at Maysville Friday night.

The Wynnewood Savages got a shut out in non-district action blanking the Community Christian Royals 32-0

The Savages didn’t allow CCS any rushing yards holding them to negative 17 yards on 20 carries. The Royals had some success through the air with 196 yards on 24-of-41 passing with an interception.

Wynnewood had over 400 yards in offense. Most of that came on the ground with the Savages rushing for 322 yards. They also were 6-of-8 through the air for 97 yards.

Sheldon Knowles led the offense with 109 yards on 14 carries with one touchdown. Curtis Rushing had 75 yards on 10 carries with a touchdown. Tyler Keith had 26 yards and a touchdown rushing and 39 yards receiving and a touchdown.

Shelby Kile added 14 yards rushing and Wanya Wright and J.D. Flowers had 36 and 17 yards respectively receiving.

Three touchdowns called back kept the Savages from really blowing open this game. The only negative for the Savages was 16 penalties for 160 yards.

“We played extremely physical tonight,” assistant Brad Odom said.

Wynnewood will open up district play at Maysville, a 36-19 loser to Wewoka.

In Lindsay, Hayden Eubank had 175 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Leopards to a 37-14 win over Hobart in district action. Lindsay had 225 yards on 35 carries.

The Leopards who had a ton of yardage through the air last week finished with 165 yards off the arm of Jake Standridge. Rex Sutherland had a big night catching the ball with 4 receptions for 73 yards.

Lindsay will be at Frederick next week.

Stratford 25, Caddo 13

Wewoka 39, Maysville 19

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