OOLOGAH — Oologah was upset. Really upset.
So the Mustangs took it out on Miami.
A week after letting a nice lead get away in a 24-21 loss to No. 1 ranked Wagoner, the Mustangs exploded for a season high 62 points while coasting to a 62-6 win over Miami here Thursday, Oct. 19.
The setback dropped MHS to 0-8 on the season and 0-5 in District 4A-3 play.
The Wardogs averted a shutout when Gavin Payton hooked up with Damion Burris on a 1-yard toss as time expired in the game.
There was no conversion attempt.
Miami drove 67 yards in 10 plays to get the touchdown, which was on a third-and-goal play.
Completions of 16, 29 and 20 yards to Burris set things up.
The Dogs were knocking on the door twice but came up empty.
A 58-yard catch-and-run by Caden Folks gave Miami a first down at the Mustang 2.
But three plays resulted in a loss of 7 yards and the ball went over on downs.
Oologah ranked third in Class 4A in The Associated Press Oklahoma high school football poll, then mounted a 94 yard drive to get its seventh touchdown of the game, pushing the score to 46-0 just before the half.
The Wardogs met the same fate in the third quarter as a drive reached the Oologah 26, but three passes were incomplete and Folks was stopped for a 1-yard loss.
The Mustangs then went on a 12-play drive that chewed up 8:06 and gave them their final score.
Oologah generated 565 yards in total offense, the fourth most ever allowed, and its 506 yards rushing was the third most ever yielded in a game.
The Wardogs finished with 169 yards in total offense.
They netted 188 of that as quarterbacks Jay Porter and Gavin Payton combined on 15 completions on 38 attempts.
Miami ran the ball 32 times but finished with minus-32 yards rushing.
Folks had 27 yards on 11 carries.
Burris caught seven passes for 93 yards.
The Wardogs wrap up the home portion of the schedule Friday, Oct. 27, then travels to Grove the following Friday to close out the season.