Snodgrass cuts a fine figure at the Classic Bowl football game


A safety was the difference last Saturday night as West edged East 15-14 in Classic Bowl XXXIV football game at Woodward.

The game was the culmination of a week of events held each year to celebrate student-athletes from Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas.

After the game, Kingfisher’s Slade Snodgrass was named the East team’s Most Valuable Player.

Official stats were not kept for the game, but, unofficially, Snodgrass led the East with six tackles.

“He also had some big runs on the night” in attack, according to Trent Caldwell, who called the game for K101 radio.

Cashion’s Ben Harman started as quarterback for the East and played much of the first quarter. His teammate Cashion,

His Cashion teammate, Joey Wilson, also started at center.

The tiebreaker came in the third quarter when a 64-yard West punt pinned East at 1.

In the next play, West was able to tackle Perry’s Caden Hall in the end zone for a 15-14 lead.

Neither team scored in the fourth quarter.

East managed to take a 14-13 lead when Hall scored on a 3-yard run earlier in the third quarter. Which was set up by an in

That was set up by an interception from Parker Smith of Covington-Douglas.

East scored first in the game when a pair of Watonga Eagles hung on for a big play. A halfback pass from Joe Jackson to Deondre Dunn went for 63 yards and a 7 lead -0.

West scored twice before the end of the half to take a 13-7 lead.

Balko-Forgan’s Jaden Hall was named Team West MVP.


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