GameTime Week 5 Features 7 Top High School Games

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7 televised high school football games and streaming live on YurView

YurView, an exclusive regional network available to Cox video customers, announced its fifth weekend of GameTime high school football coverage. The big match-up and national game of the week on Thursday, September 21st are two top teams from Oklahoma – Union vs. Edmond North. The game is available to all Cox subscribers and streaming live to everyone on yurview.com. Five Regional games on Friday, September 22nd include St. Augustine vs. Jesuit (Louisiana), Broken Arrow vs. Yukon (Oklahoma), Raymond Kellis vs. Mesquite (Arizona), Omaha Westside vs. Omaha Central (Nebraska) and Cleveland vs. Harrah (Oklahoma – Streaming only). The Saturday September 23rd game features two teams from Las Vegas - Clark vs. Sierra Vista.

Regional games will be televised in specific Cox markets, and streaming live on yurview.com. GameTime features 15 weeks of football action and over 50 games with top teams and players from across the country. Full season coverage of all the games and complete schedule available at http://www.yurview.com/gametime. Here’s an overview of this weekend’s games:

Union vs. Edmond North (Oklahoma)

When: Thursday, September 21st - 7pm CST (times/channels vary across regions – check local listings)
Where to watch: YurView OK Ch. 333/1333 (HD), streaming live at yurview.com.
Overview: This is the GameTime national game of the week. The Union Redskins (3-0) are the defending Champion and top ranked team in 6A Division 1. They came from behind in the second half to beat Jenks in the Midfirst Bank Backyard Bowl 59-20. Union WR CJ Moore, who is committed to Oklahoma State, had 3 catches for 159 yds/3 TD’s. The Edmond North Huskies are 1-2 and look to bounce back after losing to Westmore 42-17.

Raymond Kellis vs. Mesquite (Arizona)

When: Friday, September 22nd – 7pm MST
Where to watch: YurView AZ Ch. 4/1004 HD (Phoenix) and 7/1007 HD (Tucson) and streaming live at yurview.com.
Overview: The Raymond Kellis Cougars continue to be one of the feel-good stories in Arizona high school football. Just two seasons after posting a 0-10 record, the Cougars are off to a 4-0 start to the season. Coach Shawn Copeland is doing it promoting a team concept that is lacking any real big time recruits. Junior QB Cade Peterson is completing 67% of his passes, 14 TD’s/4 INT’s. His offensive weapons include WR’s Dylan Naylor, Josiah Bailey, Plas Johnson and RB Elijah Juarez. Kellis’ defense is led by LB Nicholas Bejarano. Mesquite (2-3) is coming off a disappointing loss to Desert Edge. If there is a must win game, this is it for Mesquite. The Wildcats are led offensively by WR Deandre Kelsey and DE Robert Jordan leads the way on defense, The Wildcats defense has a total of 12 sacks on the season.

St. Augustine vs. Jesuit (Louisiana)

When: Friday, September 22nd - 7pm CST
Where to watch: YurView LA - Ch. 4/1004(HD), YurView FL - Ch. 2/1002 HD (Pensacola) and Ch. 6/1006 HD (Ft. Walton Beach/Okaloosa) and streaming live at yurview.com.
Overview: The Purple Knights of St. Augustine (3-2) are led offensively by senior RB and Texas Tech commit Garland LaFrance. QB Dwayne McGill will be slinging the ball to WR Josh White and Deandre Cooper. On defense, the Knights have one of the state’s top pass rushers in Tulane commit DE Juan Monjarres. The Jesuit Bluejays (1-2) are led by senior QB Alex Watermeier. Offensive leaders include RB Michael Torry, Willie Robinson and WR Collin Miller. The defense is led by junior DL Perry Ganci who had 9 solo tackles in week 2 against St. Pauls.

Broken Arrow vs. Yukon (Oklahoma)

When: Friday, September 22nd - 7pm CST
Where to watch: YurView OK Ch. 333/1333 (HD), streaming live at yurview.com.
Overview: The Broken Arrow Tigers (0-3) have lost to Union and Owasso, the number 1 and 2 ranked teams in 6A Division 1. They are hungry for their first win of the season. The Yukon Millers (2-1) upset last year’s 6A Division 1 runner-up Norman North, ending a long losing streak to Norman North. They were led by quarterback Perry Olsen who rushed for 214 yards and 2 touchdowns on 30 carries. Yukon runs a flex bone offense under new head coach Jeremy Reed and rushed for a total of 404 yards on 52 carries.

Omaha Westside vs. Omaha Central (Omaha, Nebraska)

When: Friday, September 22nd - 7pm CST
Where to watch: YurView Omaha NE – Ch. 13/1013 HD (CST), Macon GA – Ch. 96/1096 HD (EST), Sun Valley CA – Ch. 13/1013 HD (PST), Connecticut - Ch. 128/1128 HD (EST), Cleveland OH – Ch. 63/1063 HD (EST), Gainesville/Ocala FL - Ch. 15/1015 HD (EST), Holland, MA – Ch. 02/1128 HD (EST) and streaming live at yurview.com.
Overview: Omaha Westside's touchdown machine RB Jaden Kohls takes the Warriors (3-1) on the road to face Omaha Central (0-4) in downtown Omaha. New Omaha Central head coach Lance Griffin will look to get his young and revamped Eagles on the right track. Leading Central tacklers Deshawn Dial and Tre Williams will hope to keep Kohls off the pace that saw him score 9 touchdowns in the first three games of the season.

Cleveland vs. Harrah (Oklahoma)

When: Friday, September 22nd - 7pm CST
Where to watch: Streaming only - yurview.com.
Overview: The Cleveland Tigers (2-2) open district play Friday against the Harrah Panthers (0-3). Coming off a comeback 31-28 victory against Cushing 31-28, the Tigers are lead by duel threat QB, Dakota Cline. Cline is adapting to a new offense put in by Head Coach, Dale Anderson. Harrah (0-3) after a tough Non-District schedule. Coached by Phil Webb, the Panthers are led offensively by Sophomore QB Jeffrey Roberson. Roberson is a physical QB that utilizes his size and speed, keying on the run. Injuries have been a huge factor for the Panthers, losing both tailbacks to injury during Week two against Seminole. Sophomore tailback, Gage Payne, is expected to play on Friday. The defense has been the anchor for the Panthers this season. Friday will be the first Harrah Homecoming game in the new multi-million dollar sports facility.

Clark vs. Sierra Vista (Las Vegas)

When: Saturday, September 23rd – 11am PST
Where to watch: YurView Las Vegas Ch. 96/1096 HD, YurView Omaha NE – Ch. 13/1013 HD (CST), Macon GA – Ch. 96/1096 HD (EST), Sun Valley CA – Ch. 13/1013 HD (PST), Connecticut - Ch. 128/1128 HD (EST), Cleveland OH – Ch. 63/1063 HD (EST), Gainesville/Ocala FL - Ch. 15/1015 HD (EST), Holland, MA – Ch. 02/1128 HD (EST) and streaming live at yurview.com.

Overview: This should be a great game of contrasting styles. Clark wants a track meet while Sierra Vista is content to pound it on the ground. After a 1-8 record a year ago, Clark hired Ricky Pickens as their head coach. After a one point loss in their opener to Boulder City, the Chargers have won 2 in a row. Clark is led by RB Aquantay Morris. He can run and catch it out of the backfield. DB Isaiah Veal leads a ball hawking Clark defense. At Sierra Vista, Head Coach John Foss relies on a punishing ground game that is averaging over 250 yards rushing per game. The Mountain Lions have several backs to tote the rock including Bryan Lagrange and Isaiah Zavala. Defensively, Sierra Vista is led by DB Kevin McCray, a safety with college potential has three interceptions on the season.

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