OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma – Each week, News 9's Jessica Coody hits up some of the best high school football action for the Friday Night Roundup.
This week, she visited the Children's Center Bowl as Bethany hosted Washington. The two teams went head-to-head on the football field but came together off the field for a special cause.
The Children's Center is a nonprofit pediatric hospital in Bethany for children with complex medical and physical disabilities, and the annual Children's Center Bowl helps raise money for the organization.
Both schools spent the weeks leading up to the game raising money for the hospital, and patients from the hospital got some great seats to take in all the action on Friday night.
Ryley Claborn connected with receiver Gage Diffee for three touchdowns in the game as Bethany cruised to a 48-28 victory.
Claborn finished with five touchdowns in the first half alone in helping Bethany out to a 34-7 lead at the break.
Coody then took off for Putnamonium as P.C. West took on P.C. North.
North got up 7-0 early and sustained a decent lead for most of the night.
The Panthers' Tre Moore had a big night with multiple touchdowns, and running back Dre Holman led P.C. North with 180 rushing yards.
North will host Edmond Memorial next week while P.C. West will head to Broken Arrow.