The Frederick Douglass vs. Millwood football game has been taking place since 1976 with both team tied at a series record of twenty wins each. This is a game you did not want to miss especially with the series tied and a amazing halftime performance, not to mention the annual luncheon which takes place the day before the big game with both teams and administration at a neutral banquet hall while showing off the incredibly large traveling trophy. This isn’t just any ‘Soul Bowl’ and it’s not just a game, it’s so much more than that, as Coach Alexander stated; “Frederick Douglass and Millwood High Schools have the oldest rivalry in the state of Oklahoma. Also, both teams have achieved much success throughout the State in their long history of existence.”


Montrell Wilson


Ste'Tonio Horne

Frederick Douglass

Ste’Tonio is a 2 year letterman in basketball and he is the Salutatorian. He has been a part of a State Championship Basketball Team. He plans to attend college, graduate, and be a driving influence to his community!
Arlan Brown


Arlan Brown is a very quiet and respectful kid. He is one of those Student-athletes that will give you everything he has and will feel disappointed if your unhappy with his performance. He has bean a member of the football team all 4 years and this year has evolved into a leader. He handles his studies in the classroom and as in the top 10% of his class. It has truly been an honor to have him wear that falcon uniform.


At the start of the game Millwood came out fired up and took a commanding 16-0 lead on a pair of rushing touchdowns and two-point conversions. By the end of the half Frederick Douglass had managed to get on the board, but were behind 22-7 as they had not been able to sustain much on offense against the big interior line of Millwood. The second half was much of the same as the massive front line of Millwood continued to dominate the line of scrimmage. This power style of football completely wore Frederick Douglass out as they ended up losing 36-24. Frederick Douglass was led by eventual MVP Montrell Wilson.