The MacArthur Highlanders headed into Friday night's first round playoff game as the top ranked team in Division 5A in Oklahoma high school football, and they did absolutely nothing to tarnish that ranking, easily handling the Guthrie Blue Jays 50-0 in front of a mostly partisan crown at Cameron Stadium.
OKC, OK—December 8th, 2014- From the VYPE Top 100, we have whittled down the list and announce the finalists for the Shelter Insurance Mr. Football Award. The 12 finalists have showed extraordinary talents on and off the field. Polls from across the state, as well as media and coaching votes have given us the final 10. Mr. Football Oklahoma will be announced in January.
"Now it's on to the Semi-finals. The final bracket spot has been filled as the Highlanders will be taking on McAlester this Friday night." These are the words used in the broadcast booth as the final seconds ticked away off the clock of last Saturday evenings game against the Pryor Tigers.
There is an old saying, "Throw out the records," when teams get into the play-offs, and last Friday night's MacArthur-Deer Creek match-up proved that saying to be true.
The MacArthur Highlanders, a one seed and winner of their district, took on fourth seed Deer Creek Antlers at Cameron Stadium...
Just about 5 weeks ago, after losing to Del City and with an even record of 2-2, the Macarthur Highlanders would have never dreamed that by the end of the regular season they would be in a 3-way tie for first place.
Traveling down to Ardmore the Highlanders new all they had to do was beat Ardmore by 5 points and they would be district champs...
Leading up to the final week of the regular season is always a mixed bag of emotions. On one hand, the excitement of playoffs are around the corner, while on the other hand the football season is coming to an end.
For the MacArthur Highlanders, all the hard work that the team has been putting in starting back in July has brought them to this point of the season...
Week 8 of the regular football season found the MacArthur Highlanders looking for their fourth straight win in a row during homecoming week against the Altus Bulldogs at Cameron stadium last Friday night.
On a cool October Friday evening under the lights of Cameron stadium, the Highlanders wasted no time by picking up where they left off offensively finding their way into the end zone on their fir
Well the final three regular season MacArthur Highlander games are upon us. Where has the season gone?
We were just going along enjoying the season only to look up see that talk of play-offs are upon everyone's minds.
The Highlanders are in a pretty good position now at 5-2 over all and 3-1 in the district with Altus, Capital Hill and Ardmore still remaining on the schedule to finish out the regu