MULDROW — The Muldrow High football team came into their District 3A-8 opener against visiting Idabel averaging over 44 points per game and riding a three-game winning streak.Idabel completely flipped the script on Muldrow.The Warriors took advantage of four Bulldogs turnovers and completely stifled Muldrow's potent offensive attack as Idabel shutout Muldrow 35-0 Friday night at Aubrey J. Henshaw Bulldog Stadium. “We didn't play very well,” Muldrow coach Terry Jones said.
OAKS — David Holmes did everything but sell hotdogs.The Gans High senior quarterback/defensive back wasn't going to let his team go winless in non-District play.Holmes rushed for a game-high 136 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries, threw for a touchdown on offense while leading the defense with 16 tackles and three interceptions as Gans picked up their first win of the season with a 34-8 victory over host Oaks-Mission Friday night in the Grizzlies final non-District game.
The Central High football team knocked Savanna from the unbeaten ranks as the visiting Tigers defeated the host Bulldogs 37-28 Friday in District A-8 play.Senior quarterback Jace Beard led the way for Central both throwing and running as Beard threw for 151 yards and two touchdowns on 12-of-19 passing and rushed for 52 yards along with three touchdowns on 10 carries.“Our guys are doing everything we ask of them and keep getting better every week,” Central coach Jeremy Thompson said.
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