High School Football
It’s never been a question of if Eli Williams would go to college—just a question of where.
Sapulpa finished the regular season 7-3, two more victories than the total wins from the previous four seasons combined.
A season that has so far been riddled with heavy offensive plays took a sharp left turn on Friday night.
A powerful offensive onslaught kicked the game off with Sapulpa scoring in just the first 20 seconds. But by the time the game was over both teams were straining to hold onto any advantage. This one could go down as the best game of the season.
The Warriors hadn’t won all season, and then suddenly, they showed up—big time.
A hot 3-0 Chieftain scoring team was cooled considerably by rainy weather and a complete shutout from Bixby.
In a scene that has become all too familiar to Chieftain fans, Sapulpa quarterback-cum-maestro Elijah Williams conducted a Chieftain offense that bagged seven touchdowns that evening.
For 47 minutes and 27 seconds of Friday’s contest, the Sapulpa Chieftains held the visitors scoreless.
Sapulpa used a potent and dominant ground game in a bruising 34-13 victory over the Tulsa Edison Eagles at Collins Stadium.
Kellyville picked up their second win in as many games in the season.