Bixby (10-0, 7-0, Last week No. 1).
The defending Champs won their 22nd-straight game and second-straight district title 63-21 over Muskogee for their first undefeated regular season since 1977.
Mason Williams was 27-37-423-0 with five TDs. Oklahoma State-commit Brennan Presley was 8-145 receiving with one TD and Luke Creeger was 9-125 with two scores.
Zach Blankenship was 6-91 on the ground, and Braylin Presley was 13-83 for two scores. Reis Vernon’s perfect season kicking PATs came to an end, but he is still 75/76 overall.
The Spartans will host Midwest City Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Stillwater (10-0, 7-0 Last week No. 2).
Last year’s State Runners Up picked up their second-straight District Title, 48-23 over Del City. Stillwater struggled offensively at times, at least compared to their typical flawless performances. Gunnar Gundy was 18-26-226-1 passing with three TDs, but also tossed a pick six, and the Eagles came away with a scoop and score as well.
The defense was stellar with four takeaways and only gave up one touchdown. Uriah Kirby had two field goals in the game. The ‘Neers will host Sapulpa Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Del City (8-2, 6-1, Last week No. 3)
The Eagles saw their seven-game streak snapped 48-23 against undefeated Stillwater. Quinlan Ganther threw only one TD against three interceptions, and Stillwater also had a fumble recovery.
The Del City defense put up more points than the offense, with Kyshon Murray scoring a pick six and Rejhan Tatum returning a fumble for a TD.
The Eagles will host Booker T. Washington Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Muskogee (8-2, 5-2, Last week No. 4).
The Roughers kept pace with Bixby through the first half, only trailing 28-21, before ultimately being blow out 63-21. Ty Williams was 12-24-229-1 for two passing TDs and had an 85-yard TD run.
Jordan Bradley was 6-145 receiving with one TD and Jimmie Coleman was 19-57 rushing. Defensively they came up with a blocked field goal early in the game.
Muskogee will host Choctaw Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Booker T. Washington (6-4, 5-2, Last week No. 5).
Freshman Lathan Boone was named the starting QB for remainder of the season, with 4* recruit Gentry Williams missing this game and moving to WR/CB for the playoffs. Boone was 15-20-225-1 with three TDs, finding Missouri-commit Javian Hester seven times for 148 yards and two scores.
The Hornets gave up four turnovers, but that didn’t stop them from racking up 200 yards on the ground and 425 total offensive yards in the 34-7 win over Sand Springs.
Washington will travel to Del City Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Choctaw (7-3, 5-2, Last week No. 6).
Choctaw won a 62-34 shootout with Deer Creek in a winner-takes-all game to decide who gets into the playoffs. Thad Williams threw three TDs to Chase Jackson, including a 79-yarder. The Yellowjacket defense got two interceptions on the night.
Choctaw will travel to Muskogee Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Midwest City (4-6, 4-3, Last week No. 7).
The Bombers won their first shutout of the year, 39-0 against Putnam West. Deangelo Irvin Jr. threw TD passes to Andre Miles and Brian Wilson Jr.
Midwest City will travel to Bixby Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Edmond Deer Creek (5-5, 3-4), Last week No. 9).
The Antlers suffered a season-ending 62-34 shootout loss to Choctaw, but ended the year with a one-win improvement over last season. Tyler Travis had TD runs of 70, 33, and 1 yards. Logan Ward kicked 40 and 41-yard field goals, and Gavin Houska threw a 38-yarder to Elijah Allen.
Sapulpa (6-4, 3-4, Last week No. 8).
The Chieftains fell 21-20 to Ponca, but still made the playoffs on point differential. Zac Mason threw TD passes to Marcus Esparza and Kandon Williams, and Esparza had a pick six.
The Chieftains will travel to Stillwater Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Lawton (5-5, 2-5, Last week No. 10).
Lawton won a 54-35 shootout with Putnam City in their season finale. Eric Wiley threw four TD passes, three to Chateau Reed, and Christian Houston ran for three TDs and a two-point conversion.
The Wolverines finished the year with their worst record since 2008 and failed to make the playoffs for the first time since 2012.
Bartlesville (3-7, 3-4, Last week No. 11).
Bartlesville ended their season on a high note with a 42-14 win against a short-handed Shawnee. Laken Clowdus had four rushing touchdowns, while Ben Winters threw a TD strike to Caden Davis and ran in another score.
The Bruins won one less game than last year, overall, but matched last season’s district record. They are only two years removed from a one-win season.
Ponca City (5-5, 3-4, Last week No. 12).
Ponca missed the playoffs by a single touchdown, despite beating Sapulpa 21-20 in the season finale. Eli Wohl had a 65-yard pick six and a 50-yard TD reception. Sam McKinney scored a 90-yard run for the win.
The 5-5 mark makes for a historic season for the Wildcats, who went 6-33 over the prior four years. First-year head coach Scott Harmon snapped a fourteen-year streak of losing records for the cats.
Sand Springs (2-8, 1-6, Last week No. 14).
Sand Springs had a great start against Booker T. Washington, pitching a first quarter shutout, but ultimately lost 34-7. They got four takeaways, but were held to 8 yards on the ground. Ty Pennington ended the night 5-9-50-0 after a second-quarter injury and Braden Foster was 5-18-99-1 in relief, throwing a 41-yard TD to Jacob Snodgrass.
The Sandites ended the year with their worst record, both overall and district, since 2010. They were 3-7, 2-5 last year.
Shawnee (2-8, 1-6, Last week No. 13).
An injury-plagued Shawnee ended the season in a 42-14 loss to Bartlesville. Dre’ Evans threw a 40-yard TD pass to Scout Cawvey, and Karsen Conaway threw a 20-yarder to Karran Evans.
The Wolves matched last year’s overall record, and came up one-win short in district action. Before moving up to 6A, they were 7-4 in 2017.
Putnam City (1-9, 1-6, Last week No. 15).
The Pirates lost their sixth-straight game, 54-35 to Lawton. It was their highest scoring event since 2017. Putnam ended the season with a one-win improvement over last year’s winless season.
Putnam City West (0-10, 0-7, Last week No. 16).
Shut out for the third straight week and the fourth time this season, 39-0 by Midwest City, the Patriots gave up 163 unanswered points to end the season with their 16th consecutive loss.
Putnam West is 2-28 over the past three seasons. This was their first winless season since 2011.
FINAL District 6A-II-1 Standings
7-0 Stillwater (+105)
6-1 Del City (+71)
5-2 Choctaw (+22)
4-3 Midwest City (+27)
3-4 Deer Creek (-23)
2-5 Lawton (-22)
1-6 Putnam City (-86)
0-7 Putnam West (-94)
FINAL District 6A-II-2 Standing
7-0 Bixby (+105)
5-2 Muskogee (+43)
5-2 Booker T. Washington (+59)
3-4 Sapulpa (-9)
3-4 Bartlesville (-24)
3-4 Ponca City (-25)
1-6 Sand Springs (-80)
1-6 Shawnee (-68)
(Avg. Points Scored)
28.6 Del City
20.2 Deer Creek
18.0 Midwest City
13.8 Sand Springs
10.2 Ponca City
6.6 Putnam West
5.4 Putnam City
(Avg. Points Scored)
3.2 Del City
1.2 Deer Creek
0.6 Sand Springs
0.6 Ponca City
0.2 Midwest City
0.2 Putnam West
0.0 Putnam City
(Avg. Points Allowed)
18.9 Del City
21.2 Ponca City
22.7 Midwest City
25.6 Deer Creek
36.6 Sand Springs
45.0 Putnam City
50.2 Putnam West
Average Point Differential
16.0 Del City
1.3 Deer Creek
-3.0 Midwest City
-8.8 Ponca City
-21.9 Sand Springs
-41.4 Putnam City
-44.1 Putnam West