On this week's Prep Pigskin Podcast, Jimmy Gillispie and Jordan Bishop preview all 8 football teams in the Stillwater News Press area. All 8 teams begin their respective district slate, with Yale and Pawnee facing each other. Your browser does not support the audio element.
EDMOND – Stillwater High sophomore quarterback Gunnar Gundy proved Friday he can fling the pigskin around the gridiron, too.Gundy has commanded the Pioneers’ offense to an unbeaten start behind a balanced attack through the air and on the ground. On Friday night, Gundy completed his best game statistically as the Pioneers pulled off another road win.Stillwater beat Deer Creek 41-21, improving to 4-0 on the season and 1-0 in the Class 6A-II district. Deer Creek fell to 2-2 and 0-1.
Stillwater High football finished its first portion of the season without a loss, but the important season begins Friday.The Pioneers swept their nondistrict contests, ending with last week’s 31-14 upset win over Mustang. On Friday, they begin their seven Class 6A-II district games with a road trip to Deer Creek. The Pioneers (3-0) and Antlers (2-1) kick off at 7 p.m.“We’re just trying to get better at what we do,” Stillwater High coach Tucker Barnard said.
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