OWASSO – The football season will continue for just about all of the area’s high school football teams following the finish of the regular season on Friday night. The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association officially released the football playoff brackets over the weekend.
Here is how some of our area teams are lining up:
After manhandling Putnam City North in a 41-7 decision on Friday night, the Owasso Rams are set to welcome the Norman Tigers into Owasso Stadium on Friday night. It will be a 7:30 PM kickoff between both teams, and because of the OSSAA rules, there will be some special circumstances regarding tickets even for those who already hold reserved seats.
“For the November 9th Football Playoff game, everyone including season ticket holders must purchase the $7 OSSAA general admission ticket for admittance. These tickets will be on sale the following dates and times in the Athletic Office. Wednesday 7:00 AM-3:30 PM, Thursday 7:00 AM-6:00 PM, and Friday 7:00 AM-3:30 PM. The home ticket booth will open at 5:00 PM on game day.” Athletic Director Zach Duffield said over the weekend. “All Reserved Seats and Raising Cane season ticket holders will have access to their regular season seats with their reserved seat playoff ticket. We have extra Reserved Seat tickets that will be given on a first come, first serve basis.”
With a win over Norman on Friday, the Rams would play the winner of the Broken Arrow-Moore game on November 16th. Owasso lost to Broken Arrow in week three of the season, and lost to the Lions last week.
On the other side of the Class 6A-I bracket, Union will host Edmond Santa Fe, while the Jenks Trojans will host Putnam City North.
You can take a look at the bracket in its’ entirety by clicking here.
The Rejoice Christian Eagles continue their victorious ways, advancing to 10-0 and earning a district title with a win over Colcord on Friday night. They earn a spot in the top half of the Class A football playoff bracket playing Pawhuska on Friday night at home. The winner of that ballgame would go on to host either Gore or Wynnewood on November 16th.
If the victories continue for the Eagles, they could very well be on a crash course for a clash with the Hooker Bulldogs on November 23rd, which would be an away game. If you’ve never been there, it is a 337 mile trip to the small town in the heart of the Oklahoma panhandle.
Click here for a look at the Class A playoff bracket.
The Collinsville Cardinals sealed their undefeated season with a 57-0 win over Tulsa Will Rogers on Friday night. They have earned the right to host the Ada Cougars with a 7:30 PM kickoff this Friday. The winner of that ballgame would take on either Duncan or Guthrie next week.
On the other side of their bracket, the Claremore Zebras are on the road Friday night to visit Tulsa Edison. The winner of that ballgame visits either Carl Albert or El Reno next week.
The Skiatook Bulldogs are set for their opening round as they’ll visit Bishop Kelley Friday night. Their half of the bracket includes Bishop McGuinness/Altus, Coweta/Tahlequah, and the Ardmore/Piedmont matchups.
After suffering their first loss of the season at the hands of Beggs on Friday night, the Sperry Pirates are set to host Salina in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs. The bracket includes the Perry/Kellyville, Eufaula/Spiro, and Coalgate/Lexington games.
Ticket prices for all state playoff games are $7.00 for students and adults.