Beginning the season on the road is never an easy task.

Beginning the season on the road is never an easy task. 

The Sulphur Bulldogs decided this was no excuse not to challenge themselves though, as they made the trip to Cache for their opening game of the season Friday night.

Unfortunately, Sulphur wasn’t able to find an offensive groove as Cache claimed a 35-12 victory.

In the first quarter, Cache got on the board with a 20-yard rushing touchdown, making it 7-0 after the successful conversion. 

Sulphur got back into the game just before the end of the frame when Trey Kiser got his first touchdown of the season with a 20-yard run, making it a 7-6 contest after a failed two-point conversion.

Just when it looked like Sulphur was going to head into the second quarter down by just one, Cache and in particular Hayden Nunley had other ideas.

Nunley broke loose for a 97-yard touchdown run, putting Cache up 14-6 after the point after. 

Cache got one more score in the second quarter, sending Sulphur into the locker room down 21-6.

Things got worse after the break for Sulphur, when Cache scored again to make it 28-6.

Late in the third quarter, Kiser got his second touchdown of the game when he ran in from 30-yards out to make it 28-12 after the failed two-point conversion.

Arthur McDonald finished the game off for Cache in the fourth quarter when he scored a rushing touchdown from 12-yards out. 

Sulphur (0-1) will be back in action at 7:30 p.m. Friday night against Madill.