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Posted: Nov 08, 2019 8:24 AMUpdated: Nov 08, 2019 9:25 AM

High School Football Broadcast Schedule - Week 10

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It will be the final week of high school football for some area clubs, but just an appetizer for the postseason for others, as Week 10 is here across Osage, Washington and Nowata counties - here is the schedule: 


Bartlesville (2-7) cannot make the playoffs, but the Bruins can still send their 16 seniors off on a high note, as the Shawnee Wolves (2-7) visit Custer Stadium. A 7:00 PM kick with a 6:30 pregame on KWON - AM 1400 and FM 93.3. You can watch the Bruins as well on KWONTV.com

Nowata (4-5) will try to lock down the No. 3 seed in 2A District 4, against the Wyandotte Bears (4-5). The Ironmen are in the playoffs regardless of the result. A 7:00 PM kick and 6:30 pregame on KRIG - 104.9 FM. Max Gross and Tim Howell on the call. 

Pawhuska (9-0) has one of the best games in the state on tap, as the Huskies host fellow undefeated club Pawnee (9-0) at Ornmond Beach Stadium. The contest will decide the Class A District 5 title. A 7:00 PM kick and 6:50 pregame on 99.1 FM - KPGM. 

Owasso (9-0) will try to finish up the regular sesaon undefeated, as the Rams host Putnam City North (6-3). The Rams will kick at 7:30 PM with a 6:45 pregame on 100.1 - KYFM


Don't forget to tune to our high school football preview show, Green Country Kickoff, which will air from 5-6 on Sports Talk 99.1 FM and 1500 AM - KPGM. Listen to our Pickem' Segment with Tim Bart and Chris Revard. 

After the play-by-play broadcasts keep it tuned for The Scoreboard Show with Garrett Giles, as he will recap games, give scores and highlights from contests across Osage, Washington and Nowata Counties. 

Don't forget all these broadcasts can be heard online at BartlesvilleRadio.com and on the free to download Bartlesville Radio App, on iTunes and Google Play

These weekly programs will continue into the postseason next week - with Oklahoma Union, Barnsdall, Pawhuska, Dewey, and Nowata all in the playoffs on the weekend of Nov. 15. 


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