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Senior QB finished 19 of 26 for 316 yards and three touchdowns in a 52-7 win over Caney Valley. He added two more rushing scores, rushing for 58 yards on eight carries.
Kenneth Page, Sand Springs
The junior running back scored five touchdowns and rushed for 205 yards as the Sandites beat Sapulpa 35-21.
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The senior running back rushed for three touchdowns and 115 yards in his first game for the Redhawks. He added another touchdown on a 10-yard reception in Union’s 57-10 win over Westmoore.
Solomon Morton, Rejoice Christian
The senior wide receiver scored three touchdowns in the Eagles’ 49-13 win over Cashion. Morton’s three scores all came on passes for 45 yards or more, the longest being a 69-yard pass from QB Chance Wilson.
The junior running back rushed for 178 yards and two touchdowns in Poteau’s 24-6 win over Bishop Kelley. Collins scored for 56 and 85 yards in the third quarter to open the game.
The senior quarterback had 279 total rushing yards, including an 85-yard touchdown in the Spartans’ 49-14 win over Owasso. He rushed for another score and added a passing touchdown late in the game.
A dual-threat senior QB completed 10 of 17 passes for 188 yards and rushed for 96 yards in the Mustangs’ 26-14 win over Fort Gibson. He passes for two touchdowns and adds another one per run.
Cole Mahaney, Fort Gibson
The quarterback passed for 240 yards and rushed for 27 in Fort Gibson’s 26-14 loss to Oologah. His two touchdown runs in the red zone were the only points Fort Gibson scored.