Freshman Jake Standlee rushed for a team-high 114 yards and tossed three touchdown passes Friday night, propelling Meeker to a 56-34 victory over Haskell in a District 2A-5 opener.
Meeker held a 28-14 intermission advantage as Standlee tossed scoring passes of 25 yards to senior Cameron Smith and 50 yards to junior Dallas Jackson. Standlee added a 20-yard touchdown toss to Nick Cagle as Meeker out-scored Haskell 21-6 in the third quarter for a 49-20 advantage.
Cagle rushed for 91 yards on 11 carries, including touchdown efforts of 20, 10 and 2 yards.
Meeker rolled up 349 yards on 47 rushing attempts and limited Haskell to just 112 rushing yards on 30 carries.
Standlee completed eight of 13 passes for 189 yards.
Jackson added 93 yards on six rushes, including a 57-yard ramble that concluded the Bulldogs’ third-quarter scoring.
Meeker place-kicker Matt Crum was accurate on six of his seven extra-point attempts. Standlee had a two-point conversion run after Meeker’s sixth touchdown.
Meeker, 2-2 overall and 1-0 in the district, will play host to Okemah next Friday night.
Note: Report compiled by Fred Fehr.