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The Pauls Valley Panthers season came to an end on Friday night as they lost their final game of the season 35-13 to the Sulphur Bulldogs.

Stratford needed a lot of help to get to make the playoffs including beat highly rated Millwood on Friday night. The Falcons dashed Stratford's playoff hopes with a 37-0 shut out of the Bulldogs.

The Pauls Valley Panthers couldn't slow the high powered offense of the Plainview Indians Friday night. No. 3 Plainview scored on its first five possessions and rolled to a 49-7 win over the Panthers.

The Maysville Warriors ended a two-game skid and wrapped up a playoff spot with a 54-34 win over Fox Friday night. Gunner Aprill had a huge night with 454 in total offense with five total touchdowns.

The Stratford Bulldogs playoff hopes were kept alive Friday night after a 20-7 win over Star Spencer. They have to beat top 10 Millwood and have Crooked Oak beat CCS this week for them to make the playoffs.

On a sloppy Thompson Field, Pauls Valley struggled in the rain to get their offense going. Purcell on the other hand had their offense going finishing with 400 total yards in a 32-6 win over the Panthers.

The No. 3 team in Class C, Tipton Tigers, had their hands full with Maysville Warriors in C-2 action Friday night. Tipton went into Maysville and walked away with a 42-26 win.

The Wynnewood Savages and Wewoka Tigers battled for 48 minutes in a key A-7 district battle Friday night in Wewoka. Two second quarter Tiger touchdowns gave them a 30-15 lead at the break. The Savages fought back but Wewoka was able to hold on for a 36-29 win.

In a defensive battle, the Stratford Bulldogs and Little Axe Indians battled til the final horn sounded. In the final minute of play, Stratford's Payton Wood powered his way into the end zone from a yard out on fourth down for a 6-0 win.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers claimed a regional runner up finish at the Class 4A Cross Country Regional meet on Saturday in Waurika.

Davry Amparano had over 200 yards in total offense with three touchdowns to lead the Elmore City-Pernell Badgers to a 27-7 win over Healdton Thursday night at Wheeler Field in Elmore.

For the third straight week, the Pauls Valley Panthers have played extremely well in the first half of a 3A-2 district football game. For the third straight week, Pauls Valley couldn't get it going in the second half this time falling to Bethel 25-21 in a homecoming heartbreaker.

The Wynnewood Savages ran into a buzzsaw Friday night as the continued play in District A-7 action. The No. 4 team in Class A invaded Savage Stadium and walked away with a 50-9 win over Wynnewood.

The Elmore City-Pernell Badgers ended a two-game skid on Friday night as they defeated Rush Springs 33-0, their first win over the Redskins since 2010.

On a night when the Stratford Bulldog offense couldn't sustain a drive, the Bulldogs defense came up big with two touchdowns in a 2A-7 battle at Lexington. Lexington scored 20 straight points in the middle of the game and held off Stratford late for a 20-16 win.

Senior quarterback TJ Grove had 566 yards in total offense with 6 touchdowns to lead the Wynnewood Savages to a 43-26 win over Allen in A-7 district play.

It was a tale of two halves for the Pauls Valley Panthers and Marlow Outlaws. Pauls Valley played a great first half and Marlow countered with a great second half in a 28-7 win over the Panthers.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers and Velma-Alma Junior High Cross Country teams battled for the top two spots at the Rock Creek Invitational in Sulphur on Monday. The two teams had eight of the top 10 finishers in the meet but Velma edged out Pauls Valley for the team title with 38 points whil…

The Stratford Bulldogs bounced back from last week's 2A-7 district loss to Community Christian with a 47-14 district win over Crooked Oak.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers finished their season on the diamond with a bang as Jaycee Green delivered a two-out walk-off single in the bottom of the eighth for a 3-2 win over Bethany Thursday.

Oklahoma Baptist University hosted a cross country state preview at the Gordon Cooper Vo-Tech in Shawnee on Thursday. Junior High and varsity schools from all over the state in each class participated in the day long event.

Oklahoma Baptist University hosted a cross country state preview at the Gordon Cooper Vo-Tech in Shawnee on Thursday. Junior High and varsity schools from all over the state in each class participated in the day long event.

The Pauls Valley Panthers played well for three quarters of Friday's District 3A-2 opener with Lone Grove. A 26-point explosion by the Longhorns in the third quarter spelled doom for Pauls Valley in a 54-21 loss.

Turnovers and penalties hurt Elmore City-Pernell Friday night in a District A-4 match-up with Dibble. The Demons took advantage of those turnovers escaping with a 29-23 win over the Badgers in front of a packed house at Wheeler Field.

Stratford got off to a great start scoring on their first possession of the game on a Payton Wood 1-yard plunge. It was all Community Christian after that as they scored 34 straight points in a 34-6 win over the Bulldogs.“We struggled to get anything going tonight on offense,” head coach Mic…

For the first time this season, the Maysville Warriors had to play a complete game. The Warriors beat Corn Bible in their district C-2 opener defeating the Crusaders 62-34.

In the battle of the Bulldogs at Stratford, the visiting Wayne Bulldogs and the host Stratford Bulldogs made it 5 minutes into the second half before weather cancelled their game. 

For the first time since 2011 the Elmore City-Pernell Badgers have started the football season 3-0 after a 27-0 shut-out of Marietta. The Badgers started 4-0 that season and 5-0 in 2010.

The No. 5 team in Class 2A flexed its muscle in Pauls Valley Friday night. The Jones Longhorns used a balanced attack en route to 466 total yards and a 42-7 win over Pauls Valley.

The Stratford Bulldogs rallied in the second half and had a chance to defeat Allen in the final minute of Friday's contest. A turnover deep in Allen territory ended the rally two points short in a 34-32 loss.

The Wynnewood Savages jumped out early in Frederick but couldn't hold off a late rally by the Bombers losing a 32-20 non-district battle.

The news of T. Boone Pickens’ passing Wednesday afternoon brought about a lot of reaction from the Oklahoma State athletic community, expressing their thoughts on one of the most influential figures in creating an athletic village on the campus.

Elmore City-Pernell and Wynnewood combined for nearly 800 yards in offense as Badgers defeated the Savages 57-38 in a shoot-out at Savage Stadium in Wynnewood.

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Obituaries

Funeral services for Bobby Glenn “Bob” Wingo will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, December 5, 2019 at the Hennepin Baptist Church. Interment will follow at the Hennepin Cemetery.

Surrounded by her family, Pamela Jane Johnson, 59, left this earth and the bonds of Parkinson's Disease to be with the Lord Thursday, November 28, 2019. Her funeral service will be held Tuesday, December 3 at 10 a.m. in the chapel at the Edmond Church of Christ in Edmond, Okla. Interment wil…