With the biggest schools in Class 6A off this week in advance of next week's district openers, Week 3 belonged to the smaller schools.
Edison won for the second straight week, knocking off Claremore 27-6 behind three touchdowns from Sevion Morrison.
In Class 2A, No. 1-ranked Sperry and No. 2 Metro Christian won games against ranked opponents.
Sperry beat No. 6 Kingston 37-15, while Metro Christian handled No. 8 Holland Hall 35-13.
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Edison 27, Claremore 6
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Metro Christian 35, Holland Hall 13
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Greenwood, Ark., 50, Sand Springs 20
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Rejoice Christian 61, Haskell 6
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All games are 7 p.m. Friday.
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Week 3 games will kickoff Friday.
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