Wildcats To Play at Booker T. Washington

Beverly Cantrell - October 22, 2021 10:44 am

Friday Night Football-

The Ponca City Wildcats will travel to Tulsa on Friday night and play Booker T. Washington.

The Wildcats have a current record of 3-4 on the season. The Cats have losses to Enid 6-0., Ardmore 28-18, Sand Springs 30-13 and Choctaw 36-0. They have wins over Tulsa McLain 37-0, Putnam City West 43-6 and Bartlesville 34-7.

The Cats only have two more games left after Friday. They play Bixby at home on Oct. 29 and finish the season at Muskogee on Nov. 5.

The Hornets have a record of 6-1 on the season. They beat Southmoore 51-7, Del City 39-26, Edison Prep 64-13, Bartlesville 66-0, Sand Springs 37-32 and Putnam City West 62-6. The only loss of the season was against Choctaw by a score of 29-20.

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Listen to 100.7 FM 101 Country KPNC for pre-game at 6:30 and Kick-off at 7:00 pm. Live video stream available free at poncacitynow.com!
Other Area games include the Newkirk Tigers on the road to take on the Luther Lions. You can hear the game broadcast by announcers Levi and Jared on 99.3FM Classic Hits KLOR. Pregame show starts at 6:45. Kickoff 7:00. You can follow Newkirk Tigers Football all season long on 99.3FM Classic Hits KLOR.
The Blackwell Maroons with a two-game winning streak are at home to take on the Chisholm Longhorns. You can hear the game broadcast by announcers Glenn and K.C. on Triple Play Sports  93.3FM and 1580 AM. Pregame show starts at 6:45. Kickoff 7:00. You can follow Blackwell Maroon Football all season long on Triple Play Sports 93.3FM and 1580 AM.

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