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How SBLive Oklahoma's Top 25 fared: Nine of this week's Top 10 squads prevail

No. 1 ranked Bixby, No. 2 Tulsa Union keep rolling; No. 3 Coweta survives
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By Mike Moguin | Photo by Karen Schwartz 

Here is how the SBLive Oklahoma Top 25 high school football teams fared this week:

1. Bixby (9-0, 6-0 in District 6AI-1) beat Moore, 64-7

The Spartans picked up win No. 58 in their current win streak as they easily tamed the Lions Thursday night.

Cale Fugate was the man of the hour as he scored four TDs - two pick-sixes and two receptions. The interceptions were the first two touchdowns of the game, coming on returns of 50 and 51 yards, respectively. His receiving scores respectively totaled 23 and 12 yards.

Now comes the big game against Jenks for the district championship and on a big stage as the game will be broadcast on ESPN for another Thursday night battle.

2. Tulsa Union (9-0, 6-0 in District 6AI-2) beat Edmond Memorial, 52-21

The Redhawks earned another district title with a rout of the Bulldogs. They were faced with a pair of ties earlier in the game, but after Issac Covington returned a 70-yard kickoff, Union never looked back.

DJ McKinney also scored three TDs in that game.

3. Coweta (9-0, 6-0 in District 5A-3) beat Del City, 18-17

The Tigers remained unbeaten and became champions of their district with a road win against Del City.

Following a TD, quarterback Na’Kylan Starks threw a pass to LoLo Bell for a two-point conversion and the game-winning points.

4. Choctaw (8-1, 6-0 in District 6AII-2) beat Putnam City, 37-6

The Yellowjackets took care of business as they rolled past the Pirates.

5. Stillwater (9-0, 6-0 in District 6AII-1) beat Tahlequah, 55-0

The Pioneers kept their district title hopes alive with a lopsided shutout victory against the Tigers.

A showdown with Muskogee to decide the championship awaits next week.

6. Cushing (9-0, 6-0 in District 4A-3) beat Oologah, 70-21

The Tigers remained unscathed while piling up 70 points on the Mustangs.

7. Edmond Deer Creek (8-1, 5-1 in District 6AII-2) beat OKC Capitol Hill, 54-0

The Antlers manhandled Capitol Hill, picking up their second straight shutout.

8. Mustang (7-2, 5-1 District 6AI-2) beat Edmond North, 56-17

The Broncos likely secured a home playoff game in the first round with a dismantling of the Huskies. They are in second place in their district behind Tulsa Union, which won the championship Friday night.

9. McAlester (7-2, 4-2 District 5A-3) lost to Sapulpa, 28-27

The Buffaloes got out to a fast start with a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, but found themselves tied up by the end of the period.

In the end, they came up one point short in a loss to the Chieftians. Both teams are now tied for second in their district, by virtue of Del City’s loss to Coweta.

10. OKC Bishop McGuinness (8-1, 5-1 in District 5A-2) beat Piedmont, 34-17

The Irish maintained their chances to host a first-round playoff game with a convincing win against the Wildcats.

11. Del City (7-2, 4-2 District 5A-3) lost to Coweta, 18-17 

Giving up a late TD and two-point conversion did the Eagles in. They are now tied with McAlester and Sapulpa for second in their district.

12. Tulsa Lincoln Christian (8-1, 5-0 in District 3A-3) beat Muldrow, 49-7

The Bulldogs won their district for a fifth consecutive year with a romp on the road against Muldrow.

13. Muskogee (9-0, 6-0 in District 6AII-1) beat Bartlesville, 61-28

The Roughers rocked over the Bruins. The stage is now set where they and Stillwater will meet in a winner-take-all battle for the DIstrict 6AII-1 title next week.

14. Rejoice Christian (9-0, 6-0 in District 2A-8) beat Caney Valley, 70-6

The Eagles clinched the 2A-8 championship by dominating Caney Valley, and they did it without their top players.

Cale Marley, son of coach Brett Marley, led Rejoice by throwing two TDs, running in another, and returning a pick-six on defense, all in the first quarter. 

15. Jenks (7-2, 5-1 in District 6AI-2) beat Broken Arrow, 35-34 in OT

The Trojans overcame a pair of two-TD deficits to beat the Tigers in another classic between the two suburban Tulsa rivals.

After a BA TD in the extra period, a blocked extra point by Jenks kept the Tigers from forcing a second OT.

Quarterback Ike Owens threw three TDs and ran for one.

16. Grove (9-0, 6-0 in District 5A-4) beat Pryor, 72-7

After a big win against Collinsville last week, the Ridgerunners had no hangover as they dispensed with the Tigers, scoring over 70 points.

17. MWC Carl Albert (7-2, 5-0 in District 5A-2) was idle

The Titans clinched the District 5A-2 championship after defeating Guthrie, 41-7, last week.

With an open date on the schedule, Carl Albert was able to have an extra week of rest and preparation.

It will meet Piedmont on the road to close out the regular season next week.

18. Washington (9-0, 6-0 in District 2A-3) beat Comanche, 55-6

The Warriors pretty much have the district secured after pouncing on the Indians.

19. Owasso (5-4, 4-2 in District 6AI-2) beat Edmond Santa Fe, 13-7

The Rams had to fight their way to a win in this one. But they got it done and are over .500 overall for the first time this season.

Mason Willingham scored one TD on a 4-yard rush, then threw another to Drew Hogan for 6 yards.

20. Collinsville (8-1, 5-1 in District 5A-4) beat Tulsa Edison, 42-21

The Cardinals returned to their winning ways after a falling at home to Grove last week.

After a struggling first half, Collinsville scored three TDs quick in just a few minutes to go up 35-7 and stave off an upset-minded Edison squad.

Hudson Henslick scored three TDs - two rushing, one receiving, while also making an interception on defense and recovering an onside kick on special teams.

21. Norman North (7-2, 5-1 in District 6AI-1) beat Westmoore, 52-28

Kamden Sixkiller threw for four TDs in the Timberwolves' rout of the Jaguars.

22. Tulsa Metro Christian (9-0, 6-0 in District 3A-1) beat Anadarko, 45-6

The Patriots had no problem with the Warriors, dominating them at home.

23. Gore (9–0, 5-0 in District A-8) beat Haskell, 51-0

The Pirates have their disrict wrapped up after dismantling Haskell.

24. OKC Heritage Hall (8-1, 6-0 in District 3A-2) beat Sulphur, 41-6

The Chargers kept their district title hopes alive after a convincing win against the Bulldogs. A showdown with the defending 2A state champion Marlow Outlaws is set for next week.

25. Ringling (9-0, 6-0 in District A-4) beat Elmore City-Pernell, 51-0

Count another romp for the Blue Devils. They had no problem with a one-sided win against the Badgers. They will meet Stratford next week for a showdown for the title in their district.