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September 30, 2013

Area football summaries

Ada — Friday’s Games

At Norris Field

Ada 42, Mannford 13

MANNFORD    7    6      0      0    13

ADA    0    0    21    21    21

Scoring Summary:

MANNFORD: Tyler Gibson 11 run (Jorge Carvajal Kick)

MANNFORD: Bryce Hoggatt 20 pass from Luke May (Kick Blocked)

ADA: Cory Kilby 58 pass from Tryce Prince (Todd Penick kick)

ADA: Tryce Prince 4 run (Todd Penick kick)

ADA: Micah Simmer 32 pass from Cory Kilby (Todd Penick kick)

ADA: Gabriel Simmons 15 pass from Cory Kilby (Todd Penick kick)

ADA: Cory Kilby 1 run (Todd Penick kick)

ADA: Garrett Beam 9 pass from Cory Kilby (Todd Penick kick)

Statistics

MANNFORD        ADA

15    First Downs    11

37-154    Rushes-Yards.    34-206

113    Passing Yards.    213

23-15-2    Att-Comp-Int.    12-9-0

267    Total Yards.    419

6-33.2    Punts-Avg.    4-35.8

3-2    Fumbles-Lost    3-1

2-25    Penalties-Yards.    11-75

Individual Statistics

RUSHING: Lone Grove, Tyler Gibson 23-132, Cayden Jenkins 2-10, Luke May 11-6, Blane Hopkins 1-6; Ada, Shiloh Windsor 15-100, Cory Kilby 6-44, Tryce Prince 6-39, Austin Feezel 3-25, Jeremiah Larry 4-(-2).

PASSING: Lone Grove, Luke May 15-23-113-2; Ada, Tryce Prince 4-7-124-0, Cory Kilby 5-5-89-0.

RECEIVING: Lone Grove, Jon Carter 5-45, Cayden Jenkins 4-26, Bryce Hoggatt 3-29, Blane Hopkins 3-13; Ada, Cory Kilby 3-121, Gabe Simmons 2-41, Micah Simmer 1-32, Garrett Beam 1-9, Scott Johnson 1-7, Jamal Henderson 1-3.

At Hugo

Hugo 48, Holdenville 14

HOLDENVILLE      0    0    14      0    14

HUGO    14    7    14    13    48

Scoring Summary

HUGO: Wilshon McAlester 13 run (Walter Pintado kick)

HUGO: Arkyl Brown 30 pass from Nigel Smith (Pintado kick)

HUGO: Trey Johnson 63 punt return (Pintado kick)

HOLDENVILLE: D’Angelo Moore 39 run (Moore run)

HUGO: Amaney Jackson 36 run (Pintado kick)

HOLDENVILLE: Moore 1 run (run failed)

HUGO: Johnson 80 kickoff return (Pintado kick)

HUGO: McAlester 45 run (Pintado kick)

HUGO: Smith 2 run (kick blocked)

Team statistics

HOLDENVILLE        HUGO

13    First downs    13

47-380    Rushes-yards    36-347

31    Passing yards    103

2-10-1    Comp.-att.-int    8-16-0

411    Total yards    450

7-25.8    Punts-avg.    4-38.3

4-3    Fumbles-lost    2-1

6-44    Penalties    5-30

Individual statistics

RUSHING: Holdenville, Moore 15-134, 2 TDs; Bobby Rivera 16-133; Sherrin 9-88; Dodson 5-17; Carpitcher 1-11; Sherry 1-3. Hugo, McAlester 13-195, 2 TD; Jackson 6-77, 1 TD.

PASSING: Holdenville, Moore 2-4-0, 31 yards; Sherry 0-6-1.

At Allen

Central Marlow 52, Allen 14

C. MARLOW    14    8    24    8    52

ALLEN      8    6      0    0    14

Scoring Summary

CENTRAL MARLOW: Kevin Harris 34 run (Harris run)

CENTRAL MARLOW: Harris 60 run (run failed)

ALLEN: Justin Deaton 1 run (Dalton James run)

CENTRAL MARLOW: John Repp 48 pass from Cade Taylor (Harris run)

ALLEN: Daokta Nickell 21 pass from Deaton (pass failed)

CENTRAL MARLOW: Harris 2 run (Harris run)

CENTRAL MARLOW: Harris 16 run (run failed)

CENTRAL MARLOW: Harris 8 run (Taylor run)

CENTRAL MARLOW: Dakota Williams 18 pass from Taylor (Harris run)

Team statistics

CENTRAL        ALLEN

14    First Downs    14

34-268    Rushes-yards    43-195

122    Passing yards    100

6-10-0    Comp.-att.-int    6-20-2

390    Total yards     295

2-30.0    Punts-avg.    3-22.0

1-1    Fumbles-lost    3-2

4-35    Penalties-yards    5-45

Individual statistics

RUSHING: Central Marlow, Kevin Harris 23-227, 5 TDs. Allen, Dalton James 31-175; Justin Deaton 7-13; Colten Browning 4-15; Nickell 1-3.

PASSING: Central Marlow, Taylor 8-10-0, 122 yards, 2 TDs. Allen, Deaton 6-19-1, 100 yards, 1 TD; Colby Eaker 0-1-1.

RECEIVING: Allen, Browning 3-25; Nickell 2-30, 1 TD; James 1-45

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