MADILL — The second half was dominated by Madill on Friday, as the Wildcats outscored Pauls Valley 34-7 after halftime en route to a perfect regular season and the District 3A-4 championship in a 55-28 win over Pauls Valley at Alumni Field.
Paten Bond rushed for 238 yards and four touchdowns, and passed for 122 yards and two scores, leading Madill (10-0, 7-0) to its second unbeaten season in four years.
Ke'ven Davis added six catches for 112 yards and two TDs, Christian Gentis rushed for 90 yards and two scores, and the Madill defense put the clamps on the Panthers (5-5, 5-2) after the third quarter. The Wildcats scored 27 unanswered to close out the game.
Madill will play at home against Star Spencer, the No. 4 seed out of District 3A-3.
Lawton MacArthur 41, Ardmore 20
LAWTON — Ardmore kept it close, but Lawton MacArthur ran away with the game in the second half.
Highlanders running back Darius Graham rushed for 301 yards and two touchdowns to offset a strong first-half performance by the Tigers (5-5, 4-3 District 5A-1).
Ardmore only trailed 27-20 at halftime. With the loss, the Tigers will enter the playoffs as the No. 4 seed out of 5A-1, and will travel to play District 5A-2 champion Deer Creek.
MacArthur earned the No. 2 seed out of 5A-1 and will play Guthrie at home in the first round.
Plainview 49, Lone Grove 0
LONE GROVE — Taber Jordan threw three touchdown passes and the Indians defense completely stifled the Longhorns in a rivalry win Friday.
Plainview (8-2, 6-1 District 3A-4) won on the strength of Jordan's outstanding day at quarterback. He connected on first quarter throws of 15 yards and 34 yards, to Chase Brooks and Jordan Ricketts, before firing a 9-yard laser to Stephen Roberts that gave Plainview a 35-0 halftime lead. Jordan also led all rushers with 91 yards and two rushing touchdowns.
The Indians also got a magnificent performance from its defense, which held Lone Grove (5-5, 4-3 District 3A-4) to 110 total yards and bottled up Longhorn quarterback Jaz Long to the tune of 3 rushing yards for the game.
Plainview will host Newcastle in the first round of the playoffs. Lone Grove will travel to Class 3A No. 1 Kingfisher.
Sulphur 30, Dickson 19
DICKSON — Sulphur scored 21 consecutive points to pull away from Dickson in each team's season finale.
Nate Johnson rushed for 104 yards and a score, while Ryan Rackley ran for 84 yards and a TD, and added a passing strike to Rally Beam for the Bulldogs (4-6, 3-4 District 3A-4). Sulphur wrapped up the season with back-to-back wins.
Dickson (5-5, 1-6) outgained Sulphur 285-249, with Drake Haggard leading the way with 154 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
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MARIETTA — Quarterback Chaz Sanders had a big night for the Indians, who completed a strong debut year for new coach Matt Suffal by earning a playoff spot after a blowout of Konawa.
Sanders threw two touchdowns while running for two more as Marietta leaped out to a 48-7 halftime lead.
The Indians (4-6, 3-3 District 2A-4) clinched a fourth-place district spot with the win and will face Frederick on the road for the first round.
Fox 52, Allen 6
FOX — The Foxes jumped all over Allen, racing out to a 40-point halftime lead and finishing off an undefeated campaign.
Fox (10-0, 9-0 District B-2) got touchdowns from almost every skill position player in the blowout, paced by William Lovely, who caught a touchdown reception and returned a punt for a score.
With Fox leading 46-6 at halftime, the game didn't last to the fourth quarter before the mercy rule was enacted.
Other scores — Ringling 47, Walters 21; Velma-Alma 40, Healdton 0; Kingston 34, Coalgate 20; Davis 70, Tishomingo 6; Thackerville 52, Midway 0; Wilson at Rush Springs (n).