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Friday Night Recap: Texhoma win over Fairview heats up District A-1 playoff race; Guymon running game strong in loss; Hooker offense shines

October 27, 2014

Texhoma’s 27-26 come-from-behind win in Fairview not only gave Thomas-Fay-Custer sole possession of first place in the District A-1 standings, it created a 3-way race for third between Texhoma, Hooker and Mooreland.
And if Hooker can knock off Fairview at home this week, and Texhoma can take care of Mooreland on the road, the Red Devils, Bulldogs and Fairview would be tied for second heading into the final week of the season Nov. 7th.

See full story in Monday's issue.

Tigers second, Lady Tigers third in regional meet

October 27, 2014

NORMAN — The Guymon Cross Country teams are headed to state after strong finishes Saturday at the 5A West Regional.

The Guymon boys finished second in the region, while the Lady Tigers placed third.

See more in Monday's issue.

Bulldogs repeat as state champion; Lady Dogs 2nd

October 27, 2014

SHAWNEE, Okla. — Hooker High School head cross country coach Stan Katchel didn’t know he had won his second straight state cross country championship until a reporter from FOX Sports Oklahoma pulled him aside for an interview.

The coach was rightfully concerned about one of his runners who had collapsed at the finish line and needed medical attention.
The runner, Junior Amador, will be OK, and today, the Hooker Bulldogs celebrate a dominating performance for their second consecutive state championship.

Hooker’s 1-2 punch also produced a state runner-up finish for the Lady Bulldogs.

County teams all on the road Friday night

October 23, 2014

GUYMON — The high school football season is down to the do-or-die portion of the 2014 season, and all four Texas County squads are hitting the road Friday with visions of the playoffs dancing in their heads.

See more in Thursday's paper.

Hooker sweeps 2A Regional CC meet

October 19, 2014

The Hooker girls and boys each won their respective regional cross country championships Saturday in Enid.

Look for full results in Monday's paper.

Bulldogs down Dusters; Guymon falls in Edmond; Texhoma, Tyrone roll

October 17, 2014

HOOKER — Dayton Metcalf threw for three touchdowns and rushed for another and the Hooker Bulldogs pulled right back into the thick of the District A-1 playoff race with a 47-16 win over Beaver on Thursday night at Bulldog Stadium.

Hunter Brown caught two of those scores and ran for another, Isahi Vargas caught a touchdown pass and John Godfrey added one more for the Bulldogs.

The Hooker defense set the tone early when Colton Powell recovered a Duster fumble on the first play of the game, setting the Bulldogs up at the Beaver 13.

Guymon, Texhoma, Hooker all fall in district battles

October 11, 2014

GUYMON — The Guthrie Blue Jays were ranked No. 2 in the state. The Guthrie Blue Jays were the defending Class 5A state champions.

The Guthrie Blue Jays were down to the Guymon Tigers 8-6 after the first 12 minutes of Friday night’s game at Carl & Lou McKinnon Field. But what was one of Guymon’s best quarters of football in several years and a sluggish start for the Blue Jays, turned into a route for the visitors, 62-14, on a cold, damp night in Guymon.

Texhoma, Guymon fall in district battles; Hooker blanks Sayre

October 4, 2014

TEXHOMA — For all the Homecoming pomp and circumstance Friday night at Wheatbowl Stadium in Texhoma, there was still a football game to play. A key District A-1 contest against the state’s No. 7-ranked (AP) team.

And after Jacob Test and Jordan Whitfield were crowned Texhoma’s Homecoming King and Queen, and Riley Hines and Caitlin Graham the Goodwell royalty, the Red Devils got down to business.

But early turnovers cost Texhoma in a 52-21 loss to Thomas-Fay-Custer.

Red Devils face homecoming test against No. 7 Thomas; Hooker looks to get back to winning vs. Sayre

October 3, 2014

Texhoma head coach Ryan Jackson was happy to get his first win as head coach of the Red Devils, last week. But the jubilation was short-lived.

Jackson knows tonight’s District A-1 Homecoming opponent will be on the complete opposite side of the spectrum from Sayre. Thomas-Fay Custer comes to Wheatbowl Stadium as the No. 7-ranked team in Oklahoma. But it’s a team that hasn’t been challenged yet this season.

Tigers hope to build on win

October 2, 2014

GUYMON — The Guymon Tigers got their break-out win last week in dominating fashion. Now it’s time to build on that momentum.

“We were on Cloud 9 for a few days, but then come Monday, we had to go back to the drawing board and be humble and reign everybody back in and start concentrating on Carl Albert,” Guymon coach Mike Taylor said. “It was a great win. I Cannot praise the young men enough, and I cannot praise the coaching staff enough.

See more in Thursday's paper.

Texhoma’s 27-26 come-from-behind win in Fairview not only gave Thomas-Fay-Custer sole possession of...
NORMAN — The Guymon Cross Country teams are headed to state after strong finishes Saturday at the...
SHAWNEE, Okla. — Hooker High School head cross country coach Stan Katchel didn’t know he had won...

 

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