Prep football summaries from south-central Oklahoma

James Bowker ran for 152 yards and two touchdowns to help Plainview pull away from Sulphur 36-18 in District 3A-4 action.

Bowker scored on runs of 54 and 33 yards, with his second touchdown run putting the Indians ahead 29-18 after Sulphur pulled to within four points in the third quarter.

Austin Carrera and Taber Jordan had touchdown runs of 20 and 9 yards, and Stephen Roberts turned a short pass from Jordan into a 56-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter for Plainview (3-2, 1-1 District 3A-4).

Ryan Rackley and Nate Johnson each had rushing touchdowns for Sulphur (1-4, 0-2). The Bulldogs took an early 6-0 lead on an 8-yard TD pass from Ty Crenshaw to Haydn Rogers on their first drive.

Plainview led 21-12 at halftime.

Madill 19, Purcell 17

PURCELL — Paten Bond once again produced some gridiron magic for the Wildcats in a thrilling win over Purcell.

Trailing 17-13 in the fourth quarter, Bond connected with receiver Ke'van Davis for a 5-yard touchdown pass that gave Madill the go-ahead score with 7 seconds remaining.

Bond finished the game with 102 rushing yards and a touchdown on 25 carries, while completing 20-of-37 passes for 202 yards.

Lone Grove 38, Atoka 7

LONE GROVE — In a rainy, sloppy game that featured little semblence of rhythm, the Lone Grove Longhorns took advantage of seven Atoka turnovers to come away with its second district win.

While the Longhorns turned the ball over six times themselves, Lone Grove took advantage of Atoka's mistakes more effectively, with the highlight play of the game coming in the first quarter, after Akari Tucker intercepted Atoka quarterback R.W. Royal's pass and returned it 40 yards for a touchdown.

Aaron Sinkler paced an often-sluggish Lone Grove offense, rushing for 96 yards and two scores on 13 attempts.

Stratford 27, Marietta 12

MARIETTA — Cash Lang had a 41-yard receiving touchdown and added a 13-yard rushing touchdown for the Indians.
Marietta (1-4, 0-1 District 2A-4) was led in rushing by Robert Santana-King, who had 10 carries for 79 yards.

Stratford led 14-0 at halftime.

Kingston 48, Konawa 15

KINGSTON — Jared Hayes threw three touchdown passes in the second quarter to lift Kingston to a 2-0 district record.

Kingston (3-2, 2-0 District 2A-4) rushed for 294 yards as a team, with two touchdowns from Cameron Lewis and additional scores from Jake Patterson and Hayes.

Lewis led the ground game with 13 carries for 116 yards. Paden Hayes, Patterson and Harley Cendejas each caught touchdown passes.

Fox 46, Macomb 0

FOX — The Foxes jumped out to a 30-0 lead before subbing in reserves, and the game was called at halftime.

Fox scored on two of its first three plays, a 23-yard run by William Lovely and a 56-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Taylor Townsend to Nathan Lloyd. It was the only pass Townsend would attempt, as Fox quickly to its reserves.

Deaunte Winslett led all rushers with 98 yards on two carries, the bulk coming on a 93-yard touchdown run that ended scoring in the second quarter.

Other scores: Del City 38, Ardmore 26; Davis 50, Lexington 0; Coalgate 46, Tishomingo 25; Ringling 49, Healdton 7; Thackerville 58, Webbers Falls 40.