It was a stroll in the non-district park for Madill on Thursday.


It was a stroll in the non-district park for Madill on Thursday.

Caleb Muncrief scored three touchdowns on six carries and the Wildcats got to rest heading into a key district clash with Plainview in week 9, beating Marietta 40-0 at Alumni Field.

Spencer Bond didn’t play much on offense, but had two interceptions on defense for the Wildcats (8-0, 4-0 District 3A-2), one returned 58 yards for a touchdown. Madill held Marietta (4-4, 2-2 District 2A-4) to 46 yards of offense.

Guillermo De La Torre was the leading rusher for the Wildcats with 68 yards and a TD. Paten Bond was 5-of-6 passing for 91 yards.

Plainview is 5-0 in the district and plays Madill in its final district game before facing 2A-4’s Kingston in week 10. Madill has district games against Plainview and Pauls Valley remaining.

Purcell 31, Dickson 3
PURCELL — Matt Milhollen’s first-quarter kick were the only points Dickson could muster against Purcell on the road.

Dickson (1-7, 0-4) took the lead on Milhollen’s kick, but the Dragons (6-2, 3-2) scored 31 unanswered.

Davis 33, Coalgate 0
COALGATE — Class 2A No. 2 Davis wrapped up the District 2A-4 title with a blowout of second-place Coalgate on Thursday.

Cole Weber and Matt Burba each scored two touchdowns and Michael Nowden added another as the Wolves won 2A-4 for the second consecutive year. Weber rushed for 106 yards and Burba had 97.

Chance Griffin had two interceptions and Justin Douglas had one for Davis (7-1, 5-0), which pitched its third district shutout in five weeks.

Kingston 28, Konawa 15
KINGSTON — Call it a winning streak for Kingston.

A week after ending its 27-game losing streak, the Redskins added their second consecutive win by topping Konawa.

Chance Teeter scored twice, Jared Hayes added a rushing TD and Dalton Blankenship ran back an interception for six for the Redskins (2-6, 2-3 District 2A-4).

Velma-Alma 58, Wilson 0
WILSON — Class A No. 3 Velma-Alma stayed unbeaten with a romp over Wilson.

Wilson (1-6, 1-4 District A-4) was led on defense by Laramye Thoroughman with seven tackles. Taylor Stinson added 40 yards on 13 carries.

Velma-Alma (8-0, 4-0) led 39-0 at halftime.

Ringling 72, Bray-Doyle 7
RINGLING — The Ringling Blue Devils coasted to a 60-0 halftime lead on Bray-Doyle and never looked back as they won 72-7.

Class A’s No. 9-ranked Ringling (5-2, 4-1 District A-4) got a big effort out of Tyler Shores in limited action, as the senior quarterback rushed for two touchdowns and passed for another. L.T. Pemberton led the Blue Devils offensively, rushing three times for 46 yards and a touchdown.

The Blue Devils will travel to Healdton next week in a battle for second place in the district standings.

Fox 66, Alex 20
FOX — Chris Spigner had 121 yards and two touchdowns and added two interceptions to lead Fox to an easy win over Alex.
Fox (6-2, 6-1 District B-2) outgained Alex 502-164.

Dillon Langley had eight carries for 94 yards and four scores, and Justin Cornelius and Brian Garza each scored for the Foxes. Langley added an interception.

Thackerville 60, Cement 14
THACKERVILLE — The Thackerville Wildcats rolled to their third-straight win on Thursday night, knocking off District C-2 rival Cement, 60-14.
The Wildcats (3-5, 3-5 District C-2) won by mercy-rule with the game ending with midway through the third quarter. Thackerville led 42-14 at halftime.

Coach Cody McCage said that running back Jesse Maldonado had a good game running the ball, while Tanner McCage and Jim Reeves hooked up through the air for a couple of touchdowns.

Other scores (information not provided): Tishomingo 41, Antlers 19; Wynnewood 35, Healdton 21.