Muskogee, OK - The Class 6A No. 11 ranked Charles Page High School varsity football team (2-2, 1-0) is off to a rough start against No. 4 Muskogee (4-0, 1-0), trailing 40-0 at the half following a 50-minute rain delay at the Indian Bowl.
The Roughers utterly shut down the Sandite offense, holding their visitors to 1 yard on 10 runs and a 7-13-55-0 passing performance from sophomore quarterback Ty Pennington.
Muskogee has been led by junior QB Ty Williams, who is 11-15-104-0 with one touchdown by air and 7-62 with another score on the ground. Senior running back Jimmie Coleman is 16-73 on the ground with two touchdowns, and Isaiah Givens is 5-28 with two more scores. Jordan Bradley caught only one pass in the half, and scored from 19 yards out.
Sand Springs only amassed three first downs and committed 6 penalties for 56 yards. They punted four times and turned over a fumble. They were at negative 14 rushing yards till the last play of the half.
Muskogee scored touchdowns on all six first-half possessions, and Jacob Scheihing connected on 4 out of 5 PAT kicks. He missed one, and his setter fumbled one.
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