An untimed down came down to a 7-on-7 play for Stillwater High School. Trailing Lawton by four with an untimed down from the 10 following a pass interference call, Stillwater turned back to the clock to the summer. Quarterback Gunnar Gundy rolled to his left and threw across his body to receiver Anthony Bland, who came across the end zone in triple coverage. Bland leaped high above the defenders for the catch. It ended a wild night for No. 1 Stillwater with a 23-20 walk-off victory at No. 6 Lawton on Friday night to remain undefeated. “It was pretty big stuff,” Stillwater coach Tucker Barnard said. “We ran this play 1,000 times during the summer. It worked.” The catch was Bland’s lone catch of the night. There couldn’t have been a better time. Lawton had scored with less than a minute remaining to take the lead, leaving Stillwater in a hole. But the Pioneers’ offense found a way, even with star running back Qwontrel Walker serving a one-game suspension. Running backs Sean Preston, normally a starting linebacker, and Cal Tracy, normally a receiver, accounted for 260 rushing yards.