What looked like a contest that would go back-and-forth between two Class 3A-2 teams fighting for a playoff spot, quickly turned one-sided Thursday night at Purcell's Conger Field. With the game tied at 13 late in the first half, Purcell turned the game around scoring 23 points over the next…

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The No. 9 team in Class 2A, Washington Warriors, jumped out early on the Stratford Bulldogs and rolled to a 38-8 win Friday night. The Warriors scored 38 straight points including 31 in the first half before Stratford scored late to avoid the shut-out.

The Wynnewood Savages had opportunities in their battle with Wayne but couldn't get over the hump in a 41-32 loss to the Bulldogs.

Two undefeated district teams out of Class C-4 met in Paoli last week and the No. 8 Pugs made quick work of the Sasakwa beating the Vikings 48-0.

The Maysville Warriors and Mt. View-Gotebo Tigers played a tight game in C-2 action Friday night. The Tigers held off the Warriors defeating Maysville 16-14.

Trailing 26-14 at halftime, the Pauls Valley Panthers looked like they were going to get blown out at Bethel Friday night. The Panthers came out strong after the break scoring 44 second-half points including 30 in the fourth quarter in a 58-33 rout of the Wildcats.

The Maysville Warriors continued to roll through their District C-2 schedule with a 48-0 win over Grandfield moving to 3-0 in the district and 3-3 overall.

In a defensive battle, the No. 8 team in the state Paoli survived a big road test as they defeated the Midway Chargers 16-6 Friday night.

Elmore City-Pernell rallied from a 3-touchdown deficit cutting the lead 5 in the fourth quarter but couldn't get all the way back in a 40-29 loss to Rush Springs Friday night.

Elmore City-Pernell won their second straight district game beating Velma-Alma 42-8 on the Badgers homecoming night.The Badgers had a huge night on the ground with 285 yards from seven different backs, five of those reaching the end zone. Kyle Lewis led the way with 71 yards on 9 carries wit…

Pauls Valley had high expectations on Friday as they traveled to Marlow to face their former coach, Matt Weber, and the Marlow Outlaws.

The No. 8 Paoli Pugs won their fifth game in a row and their second straight in district action with a 52-6 win over Wilson (Henryetta) Tigers.

The No. 8 Wynnewood Savages out of Class A, rolled to their fourth straight win Friday night beating Allen 35-7.

After opening district play with a loss, the Stratford Bulldogs bounced back in a big way defeating Crooked Oak 50-0.

The Maysville Warriors won their second straight district game defeating the Temple Tigers 54-0 Friday night to improve to 2-3 overall and 2-0 in district play.Gunner Aprill had a huge game with 255 yards in total offense accounting for four Warrior touchdowns.

A game-winning single by Elly Cleveland in the bottom of the seventh ended the Pauls Valley Lady Panthers season on a high note as they came from behind for a 9-8 win over Bethany on Tuesday.

The No. 8 team in Class C, the Paoli Pugs, won their fourth game in a row and their C-4 district opener in a 46-0 win at Webber Falls on Thursday.

Getting back to their winnings ways didn’t come easy Thursday night for Pauls Valley in their district opener with Lone Grove. The Panthers, behind Jack Grimmet’s four-touchdown night, rallied from a 14-point deficit for a 36-22 win over the Longhorns.

The Wynnewood Savages struggled early but got on track late in the first quarter scoirng 33 straight points in a 40-12 win over Konawa Thursday night.

The Stratford Bulldogs ran into a buzzsaw Thursday night as Community Christian School (CCS) came to Blackburn Field. 

The Stratford Bulldogs moved to 3-0 on the year with a 27-13 win over rival Wayne Friday night.

The talk coming into Friday game between the No. 8 Paoli Pugs and the 2-0 Maud Tigers was the that the Tiger defense had given up only six points on the year in two games. Maud's defense was tough but it was Paoli's defense that shined with three defensive touchdowns in a 34-16 win.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers lost twice on the diamond Thursday including a key district game with Ada.In a pitching duel, Ada outlasted Pauls Valley 2-1 for a key district showdown.

The No. 4 girls team in Class 4A Cross Country, Pauls Valley, won their fourth straight meet on Tuesday as they won the Canadian Valley Conference Meet in Lindsay.

Plainview’s Riley Grant pitched a two-hit shutout in blanking the Lady Panthers 6-0 Monday afternoon in Ardmore.Grant gave up a second-inning single to Abby Rodriguez and a seventh-inning single to Tricia Hines for Pauls Valley’s only two hits of the game.

The No. 9 team in Class A the Wynnewood Savages opened the home portion of their schedule with their second straight win beating Velma-Alma 48-6.

The Pauls Valley Panthers had a tough time getting their offense going at Jones Friday night. Pauls Valley came into the game averaging over 350 yards on the offensive side of the ball but the wet field and the Jones' defense held PV in check. The Longhorns limited the powerful Panther offen…

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers won their second cross country meet of the week with a first-place finish in Lexington. Pauls Valley finished with 21 points in the 10 school meet.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers ended a three-game skid on the diamond Thursday afternoon with a 6-4 win over Ardmore. In addition to the three-game losing streak, the Lady Panthers also missed three district games this week due to weather so this was the first time back on the diamond in sev…

The Stratford Bulldogs opened up the 2018 season with a 39-12 win at Konawa. The Bulldogs broke open a close game with three second-quarter touchdowns and cruised the rest of the way for the win.

The No. 7 team in Class A, Wynnewood Savages , got into the win column this week with a 52-0 shutout of rival county rival Elmore City-Pernell.

The No. 9 team in Class C, Paoli Pugs, got their first win of the season Friday night beating Garvin County rival the Maysville Warriors 22-12 on the Pugs home field.

The Pauls Valley Municipal Golf Course welcomed eighteen golfers to this week's Thursday evening scramble.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers returned to district action on the ball diamond on Thursday against a tough Sulphur squad. Sulphur's Harley Beesley shut-out the Lady Panthers giving up only two hits in an 8-0 Lady Bulldog win.

Ball control was key for the Pauls Valley Panthers in their win Friday night against rival Lindsay. Pauls Valley and their new wishbone offense held onto the ball for 30 of the 48 minutes in the game, helping them to a 19-18 win over the Leopards. 

Class C Paoli with an ADM (Average Daily Membership) of 75 traveled to Wilson to face the largest 8-man school in the state Wilson who’s ADM is 158. Wilson jumped out early opening up a 22-0 lead and rolled to a 36-6 win over the Pugs.

In an early-season matchup between top 10 schools out of Class A, No. 2 Minco held off No. 7 Wynnewood for a 27-14 win at Minco.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers are on a steak of sorts having won 8 of their last 10 games including four in a row. PV won two district games over Madill and two more over 6A opponents Edmond Santa Fe and Putnam City North in the Bethany Tournament this week.

With seventeen returning starters, expectations are high for the Wynnewood Savages as the season gets ready to start. Numbers are about the same for veteran coach Richard Norman with 31 players on the Savage roster.

Lindsay was within an eyelash of defeating the Class 2A state runner-up Alva in the second round of the playoffs last season. The loss is something for the 2018 Leopards to build off of as they begin the new season. 

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