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Posted: Nov 06, 2023 7:11 AMUpdated: Nov 06, 2023 9:55 AM

Local High School Football Playoff Teams

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Brackets are out for high school football playoff matchups in Oklahoma this weekend, as we are into postseason Week No. 1 across the area, with many teams dancing.

Bartlesville High will be at home for the playoffs for the first time since 2015. The Bruins are hosting Putnam City North in a rematch from Bartlesville’s COVID-2020 playoff berth.

BHS ended the season at 4-6 and clinched the home game with a blowout of Tahlequah on Friday night. Bartlesville beat the Tigers, 51-20.

After the game, BHS head coach Harry Wright talked about getting the home playoff game. 

Winner between the Bruins and Panthers will go on to face Edmond Deer Creek in the second round the next week.


Elsewhere, Pawhuska has become a perineal playoff team. The Huskies will get to host Kansas in Class 2A after a huge win over Rejoice Christian this past Friday night, 30-15. It is the sixth straight season the Huskies have made the postseason.


Wesleyan Christian School will host Graham-Dustin in the first round of the Class C postseason on Friday night. The Mustangs clinched a home game with a blowout win over Coyle this past weekend, 42-8. This is the fourth year in a row WCS has been in the playoffs and third straight year with a first-round home game.


Copan is into the postseason for the first time since 2009. Hornets earned a berth in Class C with a 72-40 win over Oaks. Long road trip for Copan, as it heads to Thackerville on Friday night.


Barnsdall is in the Class B bracket, the Panthers lost to Gore by a single possession this past weekend, but still qualified and will travel to Weeletka on Friday night. Sixth time in the past eight seasons the Panthers are dancing.


Also, Hominy is a one-seed in Class A. Undefeated Bucks will host Allen on Friday. Woodland also hosts Liberty as a two-seed.

A lot more on all those games coming up later this week.

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