Vote now: Who should be SBLive’s Oklahoma high school athlete of the week? ( News Oklahoma )

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by Ty LoftisHere are the nominees for SBLive's Oklahoma high school athlete of the week for November 21. Read the nominations and send your opinion. Voting Sunday 11:59 pm If you want to nominate an athlete, email [email protected] or tag us on Twitter. Lucas Hasz, Bixby footballThe athletic tight end helped his team get revenge on a Jenks squad that beat the Spartans earlier this year. Hasz had nine catches for a combined 113 yards, including 20 in the second half.Mason Willingham, Owasso In a wild six-overtime thriller against Tulsa Union, Willingham was responsible for six touchdowns, including the last one of the game. The senior quarterback had 303 yards of total offense in a 50-47 win.Bail Gundy, Stillwater footballThe Pioneers took an early 30-0 lead against Edmunds Deer Creek…
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Vote now: Who should be SBLive’s Oklahoma high school athlete of the week? ( News Oklahoma )

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by Ty Loftis Here are the nominees for SBLive's Oklahoma high school athlete of the week for Nov. 14-20. Read the nominations and send your opinion. Voting Sunday 11:59 pm If you want to nominate an athlete, email [email protected] or tag us on Twitter. Andrew Pursell, JenksThe Trojans trailed the Mustangs, 31-12, heading into the final frame, but came back with a 34-31 win. Pursell made field goals of 52, 47, 30 and 21 yards. Mason Willingham, OwassoIn a 41-34 tie against Northwestern, Willingham was instrumental, completing 15-of-21 passes for 177 yards and running the ball for 150 yards. He scored three touchdowns in the win.Warren, Bishop McGuinnessWarren completed 21-of-32 passing attempts for 313 yards and four TDs, adding a rushing TD as the Irish went to Coweta and left…
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Vote now: Who should be SBLive’s Oklahoma high school athlete of the week?

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By Ty LoftisHere are the candidates for SBLive's Oklahoma high school athlete of the week for November 7-13. Read the nominations and send your opinion. Voting Sunday 11:59 pm If you want to nominate an athlete, email [email protected] or tag us on Twitter. PJ Wallace, BartlesvilleBruins in the first 16-0 deficit against Lawton. But Wallace rushed for 237 yards on 41 carries and scored three touchdowns in a 36-30 overtime victory, including the game-winner. Brody Rutledge, Sand SpringsThe Sandites were tied with Putnam City at 21 in the quarter, but they could have won by 10 points. In the victory, the senior had 157 yards rushing out of the Wildcat formation, including a run in the fourth quarter. Eric McCarty, McAlesterThe Buffs faced Collinsville in a rematch of the Class…
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