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The Daily Ardmoreite
  • Prep Football Roundup

  • Ardmore wins on Homecoming night; Dickson 4-0; Madill outscores Plainview
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  • Ardmore overcame a penalty-plagued first half against Southeast on Friday to win 21-12 on Homecoming night at Noble Stadium.
    The Tigers (2-2) led just 7-6 at halftime despite holding the Spartans (1-3) to a single first down in two periods of play. The two teams combined for a sloppy first half of 15 penalties.
    Jeff Surrell finished with 98 yards rushing and two touchdowns, including a 13 yarder at 5:18 in the fourth quarter after Southeast crept to within 13-12.
    Jamarcus Mills led Ardmore with 109 yards on just two carries. His 48-yard romp in the fourth set up Surrell's final score.
    Kaine McCullough added a 3-yard TD run in the third quarter.
    Madill 59, Plainview 45
    MADILL — Paten Bond had a hand in seven Madill touchdowns, and the Wildcats needed every one of them to keep Plainview at bay and remain unbeaten.
    Bond rushed for 238 yards and six scores and passed for 277 yards and a touchdown, leading Madill (4-0) to a 23-10 halftime lead before Plainview made its move.
    The Indians (2-2) scored the final 21 points of the third quarter after falling behind 38-10.
    Taber Jordan rushed for 162 yards and passed for 214. He connected with Chase Brooks for TD passes for 65 and 2 yards, and found Austin Carrera on a 46-yard scoring strike.
    Brandon Nowell had a 25-yard interception return touchdown for Plainview, and Garrett Brannan added 106 receiving yards for Madill.
    Dickson 57, Atoka 17
    ATOKA — Dickson rolled through Atoka to earn the program's first district win in over two seasons.
    "It's awesome, we're excited for the kids to get that monkey off our back," coach Jeremy Reed said.
    Dickson piled up 520 yards of total offense, while the Comets held Atoka to 220 yards total.
    "It was a total team effort," Reed said. "We played great offense, great defense ... It was just a total team package."
    Lone Grove 24, Sulphur 14
    SULPHUR — Jaz Long came through in a big way for the Longhorns, rushing for 125 yards and throwing for 59 more to lead Lone Grove to its first district win.
    Long, a converted wide receiver playing quarterback due to the injury of Justice Ruhnke, was the staple for the Longhorn offense, carrying 19 times and scoring on a 5-yard run in the second quarter. He also had a 30-yard passing touchdown called back due to penalty.
    Sulphur turned the ball over four times in the game, with two giving Lone Grove the ball in Bulldogs territory.
    Ryan Rackley paced the Bulldogs offense, rushing 23 times for 123 yards and a touchdown.
    Kingston 39, Tishomingo 9
    TISHOMINGO — Jared Hayes had 321 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns to lead Kingston to its second consecutive victory.
    Page 2 of 2 - Hayes connected with Tanner Holland and Jake Patterson on touchdown passes in the first and second quarter, respectively, and added a 4-yard rushing score in the second to put Kingston (2-2) ahead 20-9 at the break.
    The Redskins outscored Tishomingo 14-0 in the second half. Hayes connected with his brother, Paden, for an 80-yard touchdown in the third quarter, and Holland ran one in from 1 yard out in the fourth.
    Jared Hayes rushed 17 times for 82 yards and completed 12-of-15 passes for 239 yards. Paden Hayes caught three balls for 90 yards.
    Tishomingo's lone touchdown came on an 8-yard run from Allan Plummer in the second quarter. Doron Lovett paced Tishomingo (0-4) with 81 yards on 14 caries.
    Lexington 28, Marietta 6
    LEXINGTON — Marietta took its first drive of the game 85 yards for a touchdown, but the Indians couldn't punch it in the rest of the way against Lexington.
    Cash Lang scored on a 2-yard reception from Chaz Sanders to give Marietta (1-3) its only lead at 6-0 in the first quarter.
    Lang and Robert Santana-King each had good games at running back for the Indians, accoring to coach Matt Suffal.
    Healdton 46, Wilson 14
    WILSON — Chaz Carr scored two touchdowns and the Healdton defense suffocated Wilson in the team's first district win of the year.
    Carr ran for 165 yards on eight carries and two touchdowns, while the Bulldogs defense forced two first-quarter safeties.
    The game was called in the fourth quarter due to a malfunction with a light pole on the field.
    Ringling 55, Velma-Alma 14
    VELMA — Flint Wilson had a monster day for the Blue Devils in a trouncing of Velma-Alma.
    Wilson's night was light with just five carries, but the junior made the most of the opportunities, picking up 109 yards and three touchdowns for Ringling.
    Taner Richardson also had a highlight night, throwing two touchdowns on 9-of-14 passing for 184 yards.
    Fox 54, Cyril 8
    CYRIL — William Lovely showed out for Fox in a game that was called midway through the third quarter.
    Lovely caught two touchdown passes from Taylor Townsend and ran for two more on rushes of 73 and 59 yards.
    Fox also played a clean game, amassing just one penalty for five yards.
    Other games: Thackerville 54, Maud 32; Davis 55, Konawa 0.

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