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Sapulpa's Eli Williams accounted for 363 yards and six TDs in a 49-48 overtime win against Muskogee last year. MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World

6AII: No. 5 Sapulpa (4-1) at No. 3 Muskogee (5-0)

When: 7 p.m. Friday • Where: Indian Bowl

The matchup: This has the potential to be a similar game as Sapulpa’s 49-48 overtime win over the Roughers last year. Muskogee is tied for the 6AII-2 district lead with Bixby at 2-0, while Sapulpa is 1-1. The winner will likely get a home playoff game. Both teams are coming off big offensive performances Friday, as Muskogee defeated Sand Springs 54-6 and Sapulpa outlasted Bartlesville 55-40.