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No. 6 Covington-Douglas keeps No. 8 Arkoma winless in football playoff history

November 13, 2011

HOME (NOT SO) SWEET HOME — Arkoma quarterback Christian Davis, right, runs past teammate Tanner Steward, left, as he tries to elude a Covington-Douglas defender during the first-ever home Class C playoff game for the Mustangs Friday night at Mustang Field. The sixth-ranked Wildcats defeated the eighth-ranked Mustangs. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

ARKOMA — Arkoma High School football made history in this 2011 season. The Mustangs won the most-ever games (nine) and had a home playoff game for the first time in school history Friday night at Mustang Field.
The bad news for the Mustangs, ranked eighth in Class C, was that their opponent Friday night was Class C's sixth-ranked Covington-Douglas Wildcats — who only lost to top-ranked Deer Creek-Lamont and third-ranked Timberlake this season, and handled District C-4 champion Webbers Falls by 26 points.
The Mustangs' season ended Friday night with a mercy ruling by the Wildcats 54-8 in the first round of the Class C playoffs.

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