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OSSAA modifies 2020 playoffs — part 2

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Determinig home teams in playoff rounds: The play-in round is designated as Round 1. The higher district seed shall host in Round 1. The District Champion shall host in Round 2 if the District Champion advances.

OSSAA modifies 2020 playoffs

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Rationale: The cancellations of multiple games during the regular season has caused a concern regarding the accuracy of seedings of each district entering the playoff series. Schools needing to make up multiple canceled contests and the concerns from member schools regarding playing multiple contests in a relatively short time frame was also a factor to considering modifying the current OSSAA plan. Adding a “play-in round” so that all schools may, if they desire, qualify for the playoff series can address potential inaccuracies in the seeding process.

Football contest

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The winners of the Weatherford Daily News football contest for the first week were announced Tuesday. Due to Weatherford’s game getting cancelled, the Thomas-Fay-Custer v.

CBA falls to Tyrone 49-0

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TYRONE — The Corn Bible Academy Crusaders have been unable to nab that first football win of the season. Thursday, they took a long road trip to Tyrone in hopes of getting their first win, but came up short, losing 49-0.

Weatherford Daily News looks back at Custer County Conflict

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1992: Eagles defeat Clinton for 4A crown, 21-6 EDITOR’S NOTE: This story first appeared in the Weatherford Daily News December 8, 1992. This story recaps the 1992 Class 4A State Championship Game, played at Milam Stadium on the campus of Southwestern Oklahoma State University.

Football contest winners announced

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The winners of the Weatherford Daily News football contest for the first week were announced Tuesday. Kari Jonrd, of Weatherford, took first place, picking 17 of 21 games correctly, missing the tiebreaker by 14 points and receiving 50 “football bucks.” Cortney Bell, of Weatherford, came in second, picking 16 of 21 games correctly, missing the tiebreaker by 8 points and receiving 20 “football bucks” for second place.

Terriers take down Bulldogs 17-14

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THOMAS — The Thomas-Fay-Custer Terriers hosted a nail-biter game against the Hooker Bulldogs Friday night. The Terriers ran away with a 17-14 win against the Bulldogs to improve their record to 4-1 on the season.