For the second time in a week, a high school football all-star football game was played in Oklahoma. Saturday night, Wayland Baptist University hosted the Oklahoma Football Coaches Association annual all-star football game.
Not many details online, but I can tell you the West All-Stars beat the East All-Stars 21-13.
The West dominated the fourth quarter to defeat the East 21-13 in the 2020 @OFBCA All-State Game. Thank you @OBU_Football. Thank you fans for watching. Thank you for attending. Thank you players and coaches for making this a GREAT night in #okpreps. pic.twitter.com/2PqEJFtFgs— Skordle App (@Skordle) July 26, 2020
The game was originally scheduled for June, but was moved back to Saturday night, because of COVID-19.
This is the fifth high school football all-star game to be played in the last three weeks and the second in Oklahoma in the last seven days. Last Saturday, the state’s 8-man all-star game was played. Attendance figures weren’t announced for either game.