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October 18, 2012

Season winding down quickly

marie@pvdemocrat.com — Three weeks remain and the races are tightening up around the area for playoff positioning. All the teams are still alive in Garvin County but a couple are hanging by a thread.

3A-4 After wins last week, Madill and Pauls Valley are in the drivers seat with Plainview nipping at their heals. Pauls Valley has to face both teams in the final two weeks of the season and with a win over one of them could find themselves at home in Week 11.

Atoka at Pauls Valley The Panthers are starting to get healthy again at tailback and this week may be a chance for them to heal even more. Atoka is 1-6 on the season and 0-4 in district play. They have some big kids up front and some speed they just haven’t been able to put together a game offensively. Defensively, they have struggled to stop teams giving up an average of 43 points per game. They have giving up an average of 57 in district play. There will be a lot of emotion on the field and in the stands as the Panthers play their final regular season home game.

A-5 After the 3 “W’s” Wayne, Wynnewood and Wewoka, District A-5 seems to be a toss up. Four teams, Caddo, Elmore City-Pernell, Maysville and Stratford are all battling for that final spot. Elmore-Pernell has a slight advantage having already played the 3 “W’s,” but Stratford has a win up on all four having beat Caddo a couple of weeks back. Caddo and Stratford are in the middle of the big three.

Elmore City-Pernell vs BYE The Elmore City-Pernell Badgers have a bye this week. They will need to hit the ground running in their final two weeks with a playoff game on the line. They still have to play Caddo and Stratford in the final two weeks.

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