Rush Springs

Rush Springs' Kade Worden prepares to block for quarterback Mason Dennis in Rush Springs' season opener against Konawa in Rush Springs.

Last week was another successful one for football teams in the area.

Including Chickasha, area teams went a combined 7-2 last week. Six teams started the week undefeated, and four teams are still unbeaten this week.

Chickasha

The Chickasha Fightin’ Chicks moved to 2-0 with a dominant performance against Harrah in their home opener. Chickasha defeated Harrah 44-8 after a 20-7 win over Marlow the previous week.

Chickasha led 20-0 at halftime in its two games. Cayss Lowery threw three touchdown passes against Harrah to help lead the offense.

The Chickasha defense has stepped up early in the season, only allowing 7.5 points per game in two games. The defense has earned multiple turnovers in both games this season.

Rush Springs

The Rush Springs Redskins are 2-0 for the first time in several seasons.

After a week off, the Redskins went to Cordell to take on the Blue Devils in a non-district game. Rush Springs picked up a 12-0 victory to get to 2-0 with first-year head coach Mason Anthony.

Rush Springs has not allowed a point in its two games and has outscored its two opponents 25-0.

Minco

The Minco Bulldogs are now 3-0 on the season and 1-0 in district play.

Minco defeated Crossings Christian in a District A-3 matchup to get to 3-0. The Bulldogs picked up a 14-6 victory.

Since Wynnewood scored 20 points against the Bulldogs, Minco’s last two opponents have combined for just 12 points.

Tuttle

It was not easy, but the Tuttle Tigers’ win streak stayed alive after a 35-28 win over Plainview.

The Tigers moved to 3-0 on the season with the victory. Going back to last season, Tuttle has won its last 17 games.

Other teams

The Alex Longhorns and Blanchard Lions got in the win column last week, moving to 1-1 on the season. Alex defeated Central High 55-8, and Blanchard shut out Anadarko 13-0.

Dibble defeated Lexington 20-12 and is now 2-1 on the season.

Bridge Creek lost 42-21 to Lindsay, and Cyril fell to Mountain View-Gotebo 32-20. Both of those teams fell to 1-1.

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