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AllAboutThe'O'
8/31/2005, 12:02 AM
Since most high school football teams start their seasons later this week (although some in Texas started theirs last week), I think we should have a high school football thread for the 2005 campaign. We can talk about Oklahoma high school football, games involving OU recruits, out-of-state high school games, etc.
So let's start with your predictions for Oklahoma state champions. I'll start with mine:
6A-Tulsa Union
5A-Tulsa Washington
4A-Clinton
3A-Eufaula
2A-OC Millwood
A-Tonkawa
B-Weleetka
C-Shattuck

Scott D
8/31/2005, 12:12 AM
Radford 50, Kalani 0
The Rams put up 382 yards of offense in a season-opening win over the Falcons. Alex Daniels scored three touchdowns for the Rams, including an 87-yard scoring run in the first quarter. The Rams started the rout with a 73-yard punt return by Trevor Maldon.

Quarterback Ryan Burciaga threw for 129 yards and two touchdowns in the win

Now if only we can keep it up all season.....

AllAboutThe'O'
8/31/2005, 12:14 AM
Now if only we can keep it up all season.....
That's the trick.
BTW, how is the Detroit HSFB scene shaping up this year?

Scott D
8/31/2005, 12:16 AM
That's the trick.
BTW, how is the Detroit HSFB scene shaping up this year?

Probably the same as it always will....the high school across the street (which cheats) will probably win it's division. Catholic Central will once again win the psl because they cheat ;) And the games at Ford Field will be won by teams that cheat....

Can you tell I don't care much about HS football here? :D

Radford is in Hawaii, and has struggled to have a winning season most years since I graduated, then again, when I went there we went to the playoffs twice in 4 years, and my freshman year we were 2 plays from being in the state championship against the cheating private schools there.

critical_phil
9/1/2005, 12:22 PM
MooreWar tomorrow night.

since they hung about 7 TD's on jenks in last week's scrimmage, i'll take westmoore and lay the points.

getting the starting nod at QB for the jags - ryan FIGHTMASTER.


that's an all-timer of a football name...............

AllAboutThe'O'
9/2/2005, 03:44 AM
getting the starting nod at QB for the jags - ryan FIGHTMASTER.
that's an all-timer of a football name...............
There was a quarterback from Van Buren, Ark., two years ago whose last name was Funmaker. Apparently, he didn't live up to that name as his team went 0-10.

AllAboutThe'O'
9/3/2005, 12:24 AM
Scores from the East Side tonight:
Poteau 42, Spiro 7
Gans 48, Arkoma 0
Gore 35, Picher-Cardin 13
Heavener 40, Pocola 34
Hilldale 31, Muldrow 0
Panama 20, Hartshorne 14
Sallisaw 51, Roland 6
Vian 54, Westville 6

OklahomaTrombone
9/3/2005, 12:41 AM
Please don't call Union "Tulsa Union" there is nothing Tulsa about them except the land that the school is on.

TIA

A ****ed off TPS alum.

jreed13
9/3/2005, 12:46 AM
Dear God,

Please let The Woodlands lose every game this year. Thank you.

Sincerely,
Jreed13

AllAboutThe'O'
9/3/2005, 12:47 AM
Please don't call Union "Tulsa Union" there is nothing Tulsa about them except the land that the school is on.

TIA

A ****ed off TPS alum.
I guess you have to be from the city or actually live in the city to understand.
My town's the same way, our two main high schools are Northside and Southside, and that's what we call them. But those outside our city use the city name first, then Northside or Southside.

AustinTXHorn
9/3/2005, 01:54 AM
Went to go see my old high school play tonight. Holy hell it was ugly. Somehow they only lost 20-17 (to Round Rock, not a good team), but get a load of this...

Bowie (0-1) was first to pay, as a punt snap sailed over Kevin Jones' head and he managed to punt from his 5-yard line to the 15, still a minus-27 yard punt in the books for a team facing fourth down from their 42.

On the Bulldogs' next possession, another high snap resulted in another 34 yards of lost field position, giving the Dragons possession at the Bowie 14.

The Bowie kicking game broke down again in the third quarter when a punt bounced off Matt Lichtenberger's shoulder pads and into the arms of Zack Pate for the Dragons at the Round Rock 42.

Bowie lost a combined 141 yards of field position on penalties and bad punt tries, while Round Rock gave back 97 yards to penalties and wayward snaps.

Also had two missed field goals. Geez. Don't they practice special teams anymore?

Scott D
9/3/2005, 10:29 AM
Radford 41, Waipahu 0
Ryan Burciaga threw for 175 yards and a touchdown and the Rams shut out the Marauders.

Burciaga also led Radford with 37 yards and a touchdown on the ground in the blowout as the Rams scored four times before halftime.

The Rams limited the Marauders to just 2 yards rushing and 11 yards passing in the shutout.

we've now outscored 3 opponents this season 118-32...

SapulpaSooner
9/4/2005, 11:51 PM
Look out for Sapulpa this year. They beat Tahlequah 42 to 6 and they play @ Sand Springs next in the highway 97 showdown.

Boomhauer
9/5/2005, 12:09 AM
"Quarterback Zane Williams rushed for 232 yards and three touchdowns, and Claremore used a little luck and just enough trickery in the fourth quarter to secure a 26-19 season-opening high school football win over Oologah Thursday night at Lantow Field."

AllAboutThe'O'
9/10/2005, 02:34 AM
Scores from the East Side:
Gore 37, Panama 26
Sallisaw 42, Eufaula 14
Muldrow 14, Spiro 0 (first win by Muldrow in three seasons)
Stigler 12, Roland 2
Greenwood, Ark. 35, Poteau 0
Heavener 38, Quinton 0
Broken Bow 28, McAlester 2
Hugo 25, Idabel 14
Vian 68, Warner 0
Pocola 44, Talihina 27
Hulbert 31, Keota 7
Gans 42, Haileyville 20
Central Sallisaw 42, Caddo 12
Dewar 51, Arkoma 6

SapulpaSooner
9/10/2005, 08:12 AM
Sapulpa Wins 33 to 20 @ Sand Springs. They play @ Broken Arrow next

Scott D
9/10/2005, 10:27 AM
Didn't Bette Midler go to your Alma Mater? Good to hear your school is doing well.

yeah...she graduated eons ago.....the current most 'famous' graduate is Ashley Lelie of the Broncos. And in resposne to the Peem....Pearl City was winless last year.

Scott D
9/18/2005, 12:26 PM
Radford 50, Waialua 7
Alex Daniels rushed for 193 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Rams past the Bulldogs.

Daniels' 66-yard run highlighted a 23-point second quarter for Radford.

Donovan Matas scored Waialua's only touchdown in the first quarter.

Rams keep rolling. And jaux, Pearl City got trounced 34-6...still winless this season.

SapulpaSooner
9/18/2005, 06:58 PM
Sapulpa wins 21 to 12 @ Broken Arrow They play at home vs Enid next on 9-22-2005 the game will be on cox cable.

AllAboutThe'O'
9/19/2005, 12:23 AM
East Side scores from Friday:
Sallisaw 38, Muldrow 0
Roland 26, Wilburton 6
Gans 46, Wetumka 28
Central Sallisaw 40, Dewar 12
Gore 61, Hulbert 22
Vian 63, Pocola 0
Alma, Ark. 20, Poteau 13
Fort Gibson 22, Spiro 12
Panama 24, Heavener 8
Broken Bow 37, Hugo 0
Idabel 24, DeQueen, Ark. 17
Webbers Falls 56, Arkoma 6
Hilldale 23, Eufaula 20
Keota 16, Talihina 14
Westville 19, Stilwell 18

Sooner04
9/19/2005, 11:33 AM
Ardmore destroys Shawnee Friday night to improve to 3-0.

The Tigers have outscored their opponents 126-32 in three games, with only 10 of the 32 points having been scored on the first team D.

SapulpaSooner
9/22/2005, 07:57 PM
Anybody watching Sapulpa vs. Enid on Cox Cable

AllAboutThe'O'
9/24/2005, 03:28 AM
Heard Sapulpa won. Also saw in the Tulsa World they were wearing throwback jerseys from the '70s. What did they look like?
Anyway, here's the Week 4 East Side report:
Sallisaw 17, Broken Bow 7
Fort Gibson 28, Poteau 15
Okmulgee 12, Stilwell 7
Hilldale 58, Idabel 38
Eufaula 35, Roland 14
Morris 48, Muldrow 28
Hartshorne 42, Heavener 6
Stigler 62, Valliant 14
Spiro 7, Wilburton 0
Vian 60, Keota 0
Gore 19, Talihina 0
Panama 30, Hulbert 22
Keys 55, Pocola 14
Weleetka 48, Gans 14
Central Sallisaw 38, Community Christian 28
Bluejacket 44, Arkoma 42

SapulpaSooner
9/24/2005, 01:31 PM
Heard Sapulpa won. Also saw in the Tulsa World they were wearing throwback jerseys from the '70s. What did they look like?


http://www.sapulpachieftainsfootball.com/Enid1945.JPG

Sooner04
9/24/2005, 01:51 PM
Ardmore would kill Sapulpa.

Scott D
9/25/2005, 01:02 PM
Daniels ran for 263 yards and three touchdowns last night as Radford stymied Moanalua 35-13 at John Velasco Stadium.

The Rams improved to 4-0 in Oahu Interscholastic Association White Conference play (4-1 overall) while handing Moanalua its first loss (3-1 league, 4-1 overall).

mwahaha.....always good to beat the rival school.

OklahomaTrombone
9/25/2005, 03:33 PM
Soo...honest...dumb question..why is it the Oahu Interscholastic Association White Conference?

Scott D
9/26/2005, 12:26 AM
the OIA is split into 3 groups..

OIA Red West
Team W-L-T Pct. W-L-T Pct. PF PA
Kapolei (HI) 5-1-0 .833 4-0-0 1.000 237 83
Mililani (HI) 4-1-0 .800 3-0-0 1.000 135 56
Wai'anae (HI) 5-1-0 .833 3-1-0 .750 185 58
'Aiea (HI) 3-2-0 .600 1-2-0 .333 98 105
Leilehua (Wahiawa, HI) 2-3-0 .400 1-2-0 .333 108 100
Nanakuli (Waianae, HI) 0-5-0 .000 0-3-0 .000 14 194
Pearl City (HI) 0-6-0 .000 0-4-0 .000 80 242

OIA Red East
Team W-L-T Pct. W-L-T Pct. PF PA
Castle (Kaneohe, HI) 4-2-0 .667 4-0-0 1.000 151 124
Farrington (Honolulu, HI) 3-3-0 .500 3-1-0 .750 98 144
Kahuku (HI) 3-1-0 .750 2-1-0 .667 96 23
McKinley (Honolulu, HI) 2-3-0 .400 1-2-0 .333 58 105
Kaimuki (Honolulu, HI) 1-4-0 .200 1-2-0 .333 59 110
Kailua (HI) 1-5-0 .167 1-3-0 .250 62 161
Roosevelt (Honolulu, HI) 2-3-0 .400 0-3-0 .000 91 110

OIA White
Team W-L-T Pct. W-L-T Pct. PF PA
Radford (Honolulu, HI) 4-1-0 .800 4-0-0 1.000 203 52
Moanalua (Honolulu, HI) 4-1-0 .800 3-1-0 .750 143 75
Campbell (Ewa Beach, HI) 4-1-0 .800 3-1-0 .750 147 74
Kaiser (Honolulu, HI) 3-2-0 .600 2-2-0 .500 101 94
Kalaheo (Kailua, HI) 1-3-0 .250 1-2-0 .333 73 115
Waialua (HI) 1-3-0 .250 1-2-0 .333 41 108
Waipahu (HI) 1-4-0 .200 1-3-0 .250 59 134
Kalani (Honolulu, HI) 0-5-0 .000 0-4-0 .000 54 215

MiccoMacey
9/30/2005, 05:34 PM
Ardmore destroys Shawnee Friday night to improve to 3-0.

The Tigers have outscored their opponents 126-32 in three games, with only 10 of the 32 points having been scored on the first team D.


Ardmore looks freakishly tough right now.

Shawnee is 2-2 (other loss to 6A Stillwater) now and should still make playoffs.

Go Wolves!!!!!

Scott D
10/2/2005, 02:30 PM
Saturday, Oct 1, 2005 @ Kaiser (Honolulu)
Radford (Honolulu) 41 Kaiser (Honolulu) 2

The Rams keep on rollin....

jaux, Pearl City shut out again by Aiea this time 26-0.

Sooner04
10/2/2005, 02:47 PM
Ardmore destroys Lawton Mac 38-18 at Cameron Stadium in Lawton. It's the first time the Tigers have beaten the Highlanders since 1999, my senior year in high school.

All the more impressive considering Mac was #4 in 5A.

Ardmore might be the best high school team in the state that doesn't recruit, which eliminates both Jenks and Tulsa Union.

MiccoMacey
10/3/2005, 01:57 PM
Shawnee blanks El Reno. Only losses are to 04's Tigers and the Pioneers of Stillwater.

And yes, Ardmore may be the class of the state.

Sooner04
10/7/2005, 11:40 PM
Ardmore was not impressed by the #1 recruit in the state and they really were not impressed with the rest of his team.

Ardmore destroys Gerald McCoy and his Southeast Spartans 47-2.

AllAboutThe'O'
10/8/2005, 02:39 AM
Best team on the eastern side of Oklahoma this year may be the Vian Wolverines. They went to 6-0 with a 62-0 win over Panama. It is the fourth time this year they have posted a shutout while scoring 60 points or more. Halfback Vfastv Locust scored seven touchdowns, a week after scoring five against Gore. One of those TD's this evening was a 99-yard run.
Hilldale Hornets also 6-0 after beating Broken Bow in OT 17-10. Second place in 4A-4 up for grabs with Poteau, Sallisaw, Fort Gibson and Okmulgee battling it out.
Surprise team in the region might be the Stigler Panthers. They beat Antlers 12-7 to improve to 3-0, tied for first in District 2A-8 with Hartshorne. Heh, I just found out, if you type Harts-horn-e, you get a Horn logo.

Scott D
10/8/2005, 12:43 PM
Radford 33, Kalaheo 7

The Rams held the Mustangs to just 80 yards and three scoreless quarters to clinch a berth into the OIA White Division playoffs.

Tied at 7 after the first quarter, Kalaheo went scoreless the rest of the game.

The Radford defense came up with an interception reutrn and a fumble recovery for touchdowns. Quarterback Ryan Burciaga threw for 129 yards in the win.

Matthew Soueira rushed 15 times for 105 yards in the loss.

woo playoffs!

Stanley1
10/10/2005, 11:29 AM
Please don't call Union "Tulsa Union" there is nothing Tulsa about them except the land that the school is on.

TIA

A ****ed off TPS alum.

I thought you went to Union? Where'd you go?

MiccoMacey
10/15/2005, 09:42 PM
Shawnee will shine tonight
Shawnee will shine...


Sing it...you know you want to.

SHS pounds Noble.

Go Wolves!!!

Scott D
10/15/2005, 10:01 PM
Radford has this weekend off before facing the high school I was suppossed to attend..Campbell High School in Ewa Beach in their conference finale before the playoffs.

Sooner04
10/16/2005, 09:50 PM
Ardmore - 40
John Marshall - 0

Train kept a rollin'.........

OklahomaTrombone
10/16/2005, 09:54 PM
I thought you went to Union? Where'd you go?

Nope...I went to Memorial

MiccoMacey
10/21/2005, 10:46 AM
#6 Shawnee 35-7 over #7 MWCCA.

We are on our way...

Sooner04
10/21/2005, 02:08 PM
#1 Ardmore - 35
Chickasaha - 3

The Tigers have outscored their opponents 327-55.

Train' kept a rollin.......

jreed13
10/21/2005, 02:14 PM
http://www.chron.com/content/chronicle/sports/hs/fb/boys/boys_fb_team_page.hts?team_id=14997&class=4A&district=18-4A&month=09&date=21&year=2005

Scott D
10/22/2005, 11:25 AM
Radford loses their regular season finale in a rainstorm 18-13 to Campbell creating a 3 way tie for first between Radford, Campbell, and Moanalua

Scott D
10/29/2005, 11:35 AM
Radford bounces back to beat Campbell, 7-0

Fate had it that Radford and Campbell would play on consecutive weeks.

Fate also had it that Radford would win this time, 7-0.

The O'ahu Interscholastic Association White Conference semifinals last night was a defensive stalemate that turned on two plays late in the game.

Campbell had a third-and-three at its 44. Quarterback Obe Mataio dropped back to pass and was stripped by Radford defensive end Vasa Kuresa. The ball rolled backward and was recovered by linebacker Bronson Leafa at the 25.

"It was just guys stepping up," Radford coach Fred Salanoa said. "It was a defensive struggle tonight. Our defense played the game they were taught to do and guys stepped it up and that's what it's all about."

On the next play, Radford running back Alex Daniels burst up the middle for a touchdown with 5:54 remaining in the game.

"Just a regular run play, zone read," Salanoa said. "The cut back was there all night, we just needed to find it. We finally found it and that's all that matters."

On Campbell's final possession, it had a first-and-10 at its 45, but two sacks and two incompletions ended the drama.

Radford (7-2) will play Moanalua in the OIA White final Nov. 11 at 4:30 p.m. at Aloha Stadium. The Menehunes beat Kaiser, 15-10, last night.

On Campbell's 14 possessions, it had six punts, three lost fumbles, one missed field goal, and lost the ball four times on downs.

"Hats off to Radford," Campbell coach Tumoana Kenessey said. "It was a defensive battle and this is what we play for. Keep the game close and the ball went their way and the game went their way. They made the play when they had to. They executed when they had to."

In the teams' regular-season finale last week, Campbell (7-2) beat Radford, 18-13.

That forced a three-way tie for first in the OIA White, and a coin flip determined seedings for the tournament.

Playing the same team back-to-back didn't sit well with Kenessey.

"You play a team and you play them right after that," he said. "That don't make sense."


Word..revenge for that game....on to the second round of the playoffs

Sooner04
10/29/2005, 01:18 PM
Ardmore - 54
Capitol Hill - 12

Train kept a rollin'.......

MiccoMacey
10/29/2005, 06:02 PM
Shawnee 48
Harrah 13

GDC
10/30/2005, 12:36 AM
If you want to see a good game come to Keys next Friday against Vian, and watch for Vfastv Locust, he's a scoring machine.

AllAboutThe'O'
10/31/2005, 12:25 AM
If you want to see a good game come to Keys next Friday against Vian, and watch for Vfastv Locust, he's a scoring machine.
Both teams are 9-0 and undefeated, but I think I'll give the edge to Vian, because they're very solid in all phases offense, defense and special teams. Vian has allowed a grand total of 19 points all season.

GDC
11/4/2005, 11:40 PM
Both teams are 9-0 and undefeated, but I think I'll give the edge to Vian, because they're very solid in all phases offense, defense and special teams. Vian has allowed a grand total of 19 points all season.

Just got back, best high school game and atmosphere I've seen in years, Vian pulls it out on last minute two point conversion.

Scott D
11/5/2005, 11:12 AM
Radford has this weekend off before continuing their playoff run against bitter rival Moanalua at Aloha Stadium next friday.

Sooner04
11/5/2005, 03:19 PM
Ardmore - 35
Altus - 8

Train kept a rollin'.....

MiccoMacey
11/5/2005, 05:07 PM
#5 Shawnee - 35
#6 Guthrie - 7

We finished 8-2 and undefeated in conference (5A-2).

Only losses were to Stillwater (6A) and Ardmore, who may be the best team in the state.

We're looking better than we did in 2003.

Scott D
11/12/2005, 11:50 AM
Radford wins 9-7 to get a first round bye in the Division II State Championship Playoffs. They win the OIA White Championship, and will play the Kauai vs. Kamehameha-Maui winner in two weeks.

GrapevineSooner
11/13/2005, 01:16 AM
So I went to the Southlake Carroll vs. Irving MacArthur playoff game tonight at Texas Stadium...

The Dragons are the USC of Texas High School football.

By the time it was 21-0 (which was about 6 minutes into the first quarter), the Dragon fans broke out the beach balls.

By halftime, it was 41-0. And since our daughter was getting tired, we left.

Sooner04
11/14/2005, 09:56 AM
Ardmore - 33
Carl Albert - 10

Train kept a rollin'.....

Beef
11/14/2005, 12:21 PM
Highland Park (#2 in 4A in Texas) manages to draw the #6 team in state in the first round of the playoffs. 38-31 rich kids. Awesomeness.

MiccoMacey
11/14/2005, 04:19 PM
Shawnee versus Booker T. in round two.

Micco likes...:D

AllAboutThe'O'
11/17/2005, 02:22 AM
So I went to the Southlake Carroll vs. Irving MacArthur playoff game tonight at Texas Stadium...

The Dragons are the USC of Texas High School football.
Quick quiz: Who's the coach of Southlake Carroll? Hint, he's a former Texas quarterback. And, Grapevine, you're not allowed to answer this question.
;)

Sooner04
11/17/2005, 09:59 AM
Quick quiz: Who's the coach of Southlake Carroll? Hint, he's a former Texas quarterback. And, Grapevine, you're not allowed to answer this question.
;)Todd Dodge.

And who is the Athletic Director at Southlake Carroll?



Why it's none other than Ronnie Tipps, who won two state championships in football as the coach of the Ardmore Tigers in '90 and '92.

AllAboutThe'O'
11/17/2005, 02:10 PM
Todd Dodge.

And who is the Athletic Director at Southlake Carroll?



Why it's none other than Ronnie Tipps, who won two state championships in football as the coach of the Ardmore Tigers in '90 and '92.
I should've disqualified you from answering that question, too, because of your Ardmore connection.:rolleyes:

GrapevineSooner
11/17/2005, 06:14 PM
I was ready to throw in the hint that Riley Dodge is the school's backup quarterback.

GrapevineSooner
11/17/2005, 06:19 PM
Another Southlake Carroll question... The son of a famous former Dallas Cowboy and Houston Oiler receiver is a star receiver for the Dragons. Name him. Hint: His grandfather also played for the Cowboys and is enshrined in the Ring of Honor at Texas Stadium. EDIT: And there appears to be some unknown formatting problems with this post. It seems to not be recognizing my line breaks.

Scott D
11/17/2005, 07:43 PM
heh...there was a televised game where they talked to said father of said player, then two plays later said player dropped a wide open pass.

AllAboutThe'O'
11/17/2005, 10:25 PM
Another Southlake Carroll question... The son of a famous former Dallas Cowboy and Houston Oiler receiver is a star receiver for the Dragons. Name him. Hint: His grandfather also played for the Cowboys and is enshrined in the Ring of Honor at Texas Stadium. EDIT: And there appears to be some unknown formatting problems with this post. It seems to not be recognizing my line breaks.
Mike Renfro?
And no, Mel Renfro is not the grandfather in question, those two aren't related. If you saw both up close, you would know why.

william_brasky
11/18/2005, 11:28 AM
Anyone going to a HS playoff game this evening?

Blue
11/18/2005, 11:56 PM
Daphne Trojans 24 Davidson(Mobile) 7

6A State Semi-Finals up next

http://www.wpmi.com/sports/FridayNightBlitz/Images/DaphneHeader.jpg

Mjcpr
11/19/2005, 10:35 PM
Muskogee is beating Putnam City 21-7 late in the 3rd (last time I looked).

Go Roughers!

Mjcpr
11/19/2005, 10:56 PM
34-7 Roughers, late in the 4th.

AllAboutThe'O'
11/20/2005, 02:58 AM
Go Roughers!!!
Would love for Ron Lancaster to get one more shot at the Gold Ball before calling it a career. I knew him when he was the coach at Sallisaw and while most people will admit to a love-hate relationship with the man, I can say that we got along pretty good and he treated me professionally and with respect. If Lancaster's team wins next week, then all of his teams that he has coached (Enid, Jenks, Sallisaw and the school he coached in California back in the '70s) has played in at least the state championship game. Sallisaw thus far is the only place he's been where he didn't win it all, but did take the Black Diamonds to the 4A finals in 2000 and again a year later.

AllAboutThe'O'
11/20/2005, 03:03 AM
Went to Vian tonight to see the undefeated Wolverines, who moved to 12-0 after demolishing Woodland, 69-7. Halfback Vfastv Locust rushed for nearly 300 yards and scored five TD's. He's now four touchdowns away from tying the state record for most TD's in a season. Vian had over 600 yards rushing tonight and they also scored nearly as many points in the fourth quarter (34) than they did the first three quarters combined (35).
Next Saturday, it will be a battle of unbeatens as Vian faces 12-0 Rush Springs. Don't think there will be any easy games for Vian the rest of the way.

Sooner04
11/20/2005, 11:30 PM
Ardmore - 47
Coweta - 14

Train kept a rollin'.....

Sooner04
11/20/2005, 11:31 PM
In other news, supposedly that little chicken **** QB from Shawnee, Tucker Brown, was ejected from the game against Booker T last night. According to OSSAA rules, ejection means an automatic two game suspension.

Couldn't happen to a nicer primadonna.

MiccoMacey
11/21/2005, 08:07 AM
In other news, supposedly that little chicken **** QB from Shawnee, Tucker Brown, was ejected from the game against Booker T last night. According to OSSAA rules, ejection means an automatic two game suspension.

Couldn't happen to a nicer primadonna.

It would be cool if you knew what you were talking about. Different, but cool. :rolleyes:

With 19 seconds left in the game, our offense was running out the clock when the guy decided to jump offside and grab our star QB by the facemask and sling him down to the ground.

Our kid jumped up and kicked a BTW player and they both got ejected. If you get ejected for unsportsman-like conduct, you're out two games.

I hate that our kid jumped up and retaliated, but seriously who jumps offside to sling a QB down to the ground when they're running out the clock?

Don't know where you are getting he's a prima donna, but you should probably stick to other things than bad-mouthing HS kids.

SOONER_808/EyesofTexas
11/21/2005, 09:32 AM
Radford wins 9-7 to get a first round bye in the Division II State Championship Playoffs. They win the OIA White Championship, and will play the Kauai vs. Kamehameha-Maui winner in two weeks.

Is Mililani and Kahuku still good?

Sooner04
11/21/2005, 09:33 AM
Don't know where you are getting he's a prima donna, but you should probably stick to other things than bad-mouthing HS kids.
When you're jawing and talking a whole lot of smack when you're down 34-0 at home to the best team in the state, you're a prima donna. Every time he'd make any kind of play you'd see his head bobbing up and down. Our guys talked about it after the game and kinda chuckled. He'd be a good fit at Miami.

As for this:

I hate that our kid jumped up and retaliated, but seriously who jumps offside to sling a QB down to the ground when they're running out the clock?
That's easy: Booker T. They've always been dicks.

Sooner04
11/21/2005, 09:37 AM
It would be cool if you knew what you were talking about. Different, but cool.I do know what I'm talking about, Micco. I follow Oklahoma 5A football closer than anyone on this board. Brown's attitude has been verified by several teams in Shawnee's district.

Unfortunately, his season is done.

Scott D
11/21/2005, 10:31 AM
Is Mililani and Kahuku still good?

yes....Mililani is turning into a lineman factory..this year's prize is Micah Kia.

boomersooner24
11/21/2005, 08:23 PM
I don't know if this has been posted before, but next year all the districts are being changed. http://www.ossaa.com/classifications/new_fb_districts.pdf I really dont like it because I go to Del City and now we must play all the tulsa area schools when before we played metro area teams. Take off Edmond North and the shortest away game is stillwater which takes around an hour and a half to get to.

MiccoMacey
11/22/2005, 07:28 AM
I do know what I'm talking about, Micco. I follow Oklahoma 5A football closer than anyone on this board. Brown's attitude has been verified by several teams in Shawnee's district.

Unfortunately, his season is done.

I have no doubt you follow Oklahoma HS football closer than most/all. Especially Ardmore, since you're a native son.

But his attitude has been verified by others? Did you take a recent poll or survey? Did you ask every member of every other team about Tucker Brown? Or just a select few?

Doubtful. It's more likely you either talked to Ardmore players who played against him or from fans of teams who played against him.

Did you talk to his pastor? His mother? Teachers? Friends? Neighbors? No, you got some information from someone who maybe saw him in one aspect of his life, football.

Either or, my main point is that trashing a HS kid that you don't know is kind of immature.

If someone judged you based only on your internet responses, they'd probably judge you as a prima donna. You're cocky, arrogant and boastful of your accomplishments in a lot of your past posts.

These are all things I actually like about your internet persona. But others may see that as being high and mighty. Yet they don't know a thing about you except for one small facet of you.

He's probably done for the season, and it's because of a dumb mistake on his part. I just don't see the need to trash a kid who can't even vote.

Sooner04
11/22/2005, 10:25 AM
Nice post, Micco.

I do a lot of browsing on coachesaid.com, and a lot of kids from the state football teams post on there. They have a forum for 5A football on there and right after the incident occurred the floodgates opened with kids from all over the state saying that this was long overdue and that the kid had it coming.

What I saw last night on Channel 9, they had the replay, was a kid from Booker T trying to be an idiotic hero and leap the pile to force a botched snap. Brown got up, kicked the kid, and then backpedaled with his arms up in the air as if to say, "What did I do?".

They had his Dad on for an interview and he blamed the whole incident on Booker T and basically implied his son was blameless, even though it was his boy who let loose the kick. Blevins got back on camera and said, "Well, there's two sides to every story."

The OSSAA did uphold the suspension, from what I understand.

MiccoMacey
11/22/2005, 04:07 PM
The OSSAA did uphold the suspension, from what I understand.

Cool. I hate that it happened, but if you retaliate you are just as guilty as the guy who started it.

Lucky break for your Ardmore Tigers. With Tucker gone, you may have a chance at the title. :D

Beef
11/22/2005, 04:37 PM
If anyone will be in the Dallas area and bored on Friday afternoon, you should go to the Highland Park-Ennis game at 1 at Texas Stadium. The last 2 times these teams have met in the playoffs have been classics. You will also get to see the Rivals number 1 QB recruit and #5 overall play.

Sooner04
11/23/2005, 04:45 PM
Well, Shawnee pooled their money and bought off a Pottawatomie County judge. ;)

An injunction has been filed and Tucker Brown will play Saturday night in Choctaw against Tulsa East Central.

In other news, the Ardmore buzzsaw still spins.

MiccoMacey
11/23/2005, 04:51 PM
Well, Shawnee pooled their money and bought off a Pottawatomie County judge. ;)

An injunction has been filed and Tucker Brown will play Saturday night in Choctaw against Tulsa East Central.

In other news, the Ardmore buzzsaw still spins.

Seriously??? WooHoo!!!

Hey, 50 bucks is 50 bucks...;)

Sooner04
11/23/2005, 04:56 PM
This is Oklahoma, Micco, and you and I both know how deep grudges can run. Here's a question for you: now that the OSSAA has been bypassed and overruled by a state court, what are the odds the officiating crew on Saturday night is the most lopsided and biased bunch ever assembled for a playoff game?

Things could get real interesting Saturday night.

MiccoMacey
11/23/2005, 05:13 PM
This is Oklahoma, Micco, and you and I both know how deep grudges can run. Here's a question for you: now that the OSSAA has been bypassed and overruled by a state court, what are the odds the officiating crew on Saturday night is the most lopsided and biased bunch ever assembled for a playoff game?

Things could get real interesting Saturday night.

Tell me about it. The OSSAA are tools. How come I think we'll get the same crew that worked the semi-final game against Denzel Washington in "Remember the Titans"? :D

Back in '86, Ivan Evans and our wrestling coach had a spat. So they sent us to a regional that had 7 of the top 10 teams in the state...up in Tulsa. Although we are only 30 miles from Carl Albert, the site of the other regional.

So Mark used it for motivation and it worked to a Tee. We qualified 12 of 13 wrestlers for state (the one didn't make weight or we'd have taken all 13).

Theirs a picture of him wearing a headband ala Jim McMahon that says "Ivan" across the front.

Did I mention I think the OSSAA are tools? ;)

Scott D
11/27/2005, 12:51 PM
Radford 37, Kamehameha-Maui 27

Radford (10-1) will face Iolani for the state title Friday at 5 p.m. at Aloha Stadium.

Blue
11/27/2005, 10:47 PM
Daphne Trojans 24 Opelika Bulldogs 21

6A State Championship Saturday. Hoover Bucs vs Daphne Trojans.

http://www.wpmi.com/sports/FridayNightBlitz/Images/DaphneHeader.jpg

AllAboutThe'O'
11/27/2005, 11:04 PM
The Vian Wolverines roll to another victory, 55-10 over Rush Springs in Saturday's Class A quarterfinals. Vfastv Locust had over 300 yards rushing and seven touchdowns; he now has 57 TD's on the year.
That sets up the dream matchup: No. 1 Tonkawa vs. No. 2 Vian Saturday afternoon in Broken Arrow.

GDC
11/27/2005, 11:52 PM
The Vian Wolverines roll to another victory, 55-10 over Rush Springs in Saturday's Class A quarterfinals. Vfastv Locust had over 300 yards rushing and seven touchdowns; he now has 57 TD's on the year.
That sets up the dream matchup: No. 1 Tonkawa vs. No. 2 Vian Saturday afternoon in Broken Arrow.

Keys is still the only team to contain him at all this year. Thay had them beat until the final minute.

tanjou
12/2/2005, 12:23 PM
So, in case any of you forgot.... tonight is the freakin' final between Union and Mustang. As a kid who grew up in Mustang and remember us getting trashed by every team in the western hemisphere, I'm pumped. Ahem...

"FIGHT ON, YOU MIGHTY BRONCOS
FIGHT FOR THE RED AND WHITE
FIGHT, FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT
FOR M H S!!!!"

Unfortunately, only now do I realize the fight song was modeled after Notre Dame's. :(

MiccoMacey
12/2/2005, 12:29 PM
When did you graduate?

I knew the Cross brothers (Kevin and Kendall).

Sooner_Bob
12/2/2005, 01:20 PM
This weekend, KSBI-TV will air the Championship Games in 6A, 4A and 3A. Friday night, Mustang vs. Union with a 7:00 pre-game show and a 7:30 kickoff. Saturday afternoon, Clinton vs. Wagoner with a 1:00 pre-game show and a 1:30 kickoff. And Friday night, Tuttle vs. Cascia Hall with a 7:00 pre-game show and a 7:30 kick-off. All three games will be played at the University of Oklahoma. Check the KSBI-TV programming schedule for a complete list of replay times.

Long time Oklahoma sports anchor, Myron Patton, will handle the play-by-play duties. Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz General Manager and veteran football coach, Bob Cortese will handle color commentary, and Jeff Roberts from KMGL will step in for sideline commentary.

In Oklahoma City, viewers can find KSBI-TV on broadcast channel 52, Dish Network channel 8897, DirecTV channel 52 and cable 9.

http://www.ksbitv.com/home/1745366.html

Beef
12/2/2005, 02:24 PM
Highland Park is facing Stephenville in the Texass 4A semi-finals Sat. at 2 in Denton. This is the only game in the country featuring 2 quarterbacks from the Elite 11 camp this past summer. It will probably have the largest crowd and best football of any game played at UNT's Fouts Field this year.

GDC
12/3/2005, 11:19 PM
Vian lost, Tonkawa must be tough.

GrapevineSooner
12/4/2005, 07:46 PM
Well, my alma mater (and Jason White's, too ;) ) took home the 3A title last night.

Congrats to Coach Koontz and all the Tigers.

Scott D
12/4/2005, 08:05 PM
Radford lost 34-20 against Iolani....two games in a row with the backup QB starting (who happens to be a starting WR) was too much for them.

AllAboutThe'O'
12/6/2005, 04:27 PM
Vian lost, Tonkawa must be tough.
Yes, they were very tough. They also had one big edge over Vian in that they had numerous players that had been in big-game situations whereas Vian was making its first trip to the semifinals since 1981. Tonkawa is going on to win the state championship. Don't feel too bad for Vian, they return a boatload of talent for next year, although the Wolverines move back up to Class 2A.

Beef
12/10/2005, 09:03 AM
Highland Park is playing Marshall at 3 today for the 4A State Championship. Channell 27 in the DFW area or channel 131 on Sirius satellite nationawide. It will be wierd being at a sports bar to watch high school football, but I guess I was sneaking in a flask to football games when I was a student. GO SCOTS!

Sooner_Bob
12/10/2005, 09:15 AM
Yes, they were very tough. They also had one big edge over Vian in that they had numerous players that had been in big-game situations whereas Vian was making its first trip to the semifinals since 1981. Tonkawa is going on to win the state championship. Don't feel too bad for Vian, they return a boatload of talent for next year, although the Wolverines move back up to Class 2A.


I never understood moving up and down in class so often.

Does 0.5 more students per day really matter? (That's how much my high school was over the Class A line one year and got stuck in 2A).

Beef
12/10/2005, 04:51 PM
28-0 Highland Park with 9 minutes left in the second quarter. Looking good so far.