Wildcats Will Travel to Sand Springs, Newkirk, Blackwell and Tonkawa at Home for Friday Night Football

Beverly Cantrell - September 24, 2021 10:04 am

Friday Night Football-

The Ponca City Wildcats will begin district play tonight when they travel to Sand Springs to take on the Sandites. The Wildcats have a record of 1-2 after losing to Enid in the season opener, beating Tulsa McLain the second week and losing to Ardmore last Friday.

The Sandites are unbeaten in three games. They defeated Sapulpa by a score of 53-26, Bishop Kelley 34-13, and Springdale, Ark. 40-33.

Listen to 100.7 FM 101 Country KPNC for a live broadcast of the Wildcats game with announcer Jordan Woodruff with pre-game at 6:30 and kick-off at 7:00. Live video stream with broadcast audio available at poncacitynow.com.

GO CATS!!

Other area games tonight include:

The Newkirk Tigers are at home tonight to take on the Alva Goldbugs. You can hear the game broadcast by announcers Levi and Jared on 99.3FM Classic Hits KLOR. Pregame show starts at 6:45 with kickoff at 7:00. You can follow Newkirk Tigers Football all season long on 99.3FM Classic Hits KLOR.

GO TIGERS!!

The Blackwell Maroons are at home tonight to take on the Luther Lions. 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 with kickoff at 7:00. You can follow Blackwell Maroon Football all season long on Triple Play Sports 93.3FM and 1580 AM

GO MAROONS!!

The Tonkawa Buccaneers will be at home to play the Morrison Wildcats. The kickoff is at 7:00.

GO BUCCANEERS!!

Final scores will be posted at poncacitynow.com.

 

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