Pauls Valley, OK, Pauls Valley Democrat

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October 23, 2012

Pugs fall to OCA

Pauls Valley, Oklahoma — In Paoli the Pugs offense never really got going against OCA falling 34-0.

Will Stewart led the offensive charge for Paoli with 80 yards on 19 carries.

Paoli had 158 total yards while OCA had 408 total, 302 on the ground.

Hunter Blackwood and Tra Robertson led the defense with 10 tackles each.

Adam Jacob rushed for one touchdown and threw for two more to lead OCA. John Easter had a touchdown reception and a touchdown run. Garrett Duckworth wrapped up the scoring with a 46-yard interception return

The Pugs are tied for the fourth and final playoff spot in B-2 with two games remaining.

They are tied with Central and OCA and trail Cyril by a game, Alex by two and Fox by three games.

Paoli will be at Allen this week before returning home for their final regular season home game with Geary.

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