OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma -- As the state's football playoffs move into week three, the number of teams narrows.
The eliminated teams are left to watch their former opponents battle it out in hopes of bringing home the Golden Ball to their respective schools.
Week two ended in a few expected blowouts, along with some close games which stretched into triple overtime.
Booker T. Washington was able to hold off the Guthrie Blue Jays throughout their game, including three overtime periods, pushing the Hornets into the third round. The team, who boasts and 11-1 record, will face fired up El Reno Indians Saturday.
Tulsa's standout football teams, Union and Jenks, crushed visiting Edmond Santa Fe and Norman North. Santa Fe, who lost just two season games prior to playing Jenks, fell to the Trojans 24-3.
Norman North was blown out at Union's home field, 49-14. The Union Redskins will now face Midwest City at home.
Big games to watch will include the undefeated Mustang Broncos at Jenks and the Tuttle Tigers at Cascia Hall Commandos.