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November 18, 2011

Playoff Football Scores: Nov. 18

Stephens County — Duncan: 21

McAlester: 37

McAlester is proving a challenge for the Demons with two touchdowns scored in the first quarter. Tony Kiefer of McAlester is rushing past the Duncan defense with 151 rushing yards punctuated by a 71-yard touchdown run. Adam Boyd was able to score on a 23-yard catch.

Duncan's sole touchdown was scored by Brandon Carletti-Silva with a 20-yard touchdown run with 6:26 in the game. McAlester's Tony Kiefer continues to reign over the Demon defense with 141 passing yards, 191 rushing yards and four total touchdowns in the first half.

McAlester's Cody Lefors lead the second quarter off with a 38-yard field goal with 11:55 left in the quarter, followed by Kiefer scoring on a three-yard touchdown run with 3:30 left. Adam Boyd was able to score on a 57-yard pass from Kiefer with 51.1 seconds in the half.

The Demons have had two of their field goals blocked.

Duncan puts more points on the board while keeping McAlester at bay during the third quarter of play.

Daniel McCoy scored on a 31-yard touchdown pass from Carletti-Silva with 6:17 left and Carletti-Silva brings the pigskin into the endzone with a one-yard run with 1:36 left in the quarter.

McAlester adds one touchdown to the score with a 14-yard touchdown by Tony Kiefer in the fourth quarter.

Comanche: 0

Jones: 38

Jones is playing with a formidable defense, shutting out the Indians in the first quarter of play. Jones continues to score on Comanche with Tylor Seabolt closing out the half with a 98-yard interception return for a touchdown with 19 seconds left in the quarter.

The Indians were only able to get their hands on the ball once during the third quarter as Jones adds another touchdown to their lead.

Jones puts an end to Comanche's season with the victory.

Velma-Alma: 18

Minco: 51

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