• High schools: Comets' rally sacks Zebras

    By: Barry Lewis for the Tulsa World


    Bishop Kelley’s defense needed a spark Friday night and senior Jack Barkley delivered in a fashion reminiscent of his favorite NFL player, Von Miller.

    “I watch him every day and I want to play the way he plays,” Barkley said.

    Barkley, nicknamed “The Sackmaster,” picked up his first career safety when he sacked Claremore quarterback Noah Grimett in the end zone late in the third quarter.

    “It was a momentum changer,” Barkley said.

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