Following a frustrating road trip to open the season last week, the Sulphur Bulldogs were in no mood to begin a losing streak Friday night.

Following a frustrating road trip to open the season last week, the Sulphur Bulldogs were in no mood to begin a losing streak Friday night.

A pair of 21-point quarters set the tone early as the Bulldogs rolled to a 49-7 victory over the Madill Wildcats at Blake Smiley Stadium, spoiling the home debut for new Wildcats head coach Todd Vargas.

It didn’t take long for Sulphur to strike, as the Bulldogs took the lead just over three minutes into the first quarter with Trey Kiser getting his third touchdown of the year, this one from 10-yards out. A successful extra point from Ashton Ervin gave the Bulldogs a 7-0 lead.

Sulphur increased its advantage to 14-0 just a few minutes later, before Kiser got another touchdown from 10-yards out to make it 21-0 following the extra point from Ervin.

Kiser continued to torture the Madill defense in the second quarter as he found the end zone again from 10-yards out to make it 28-0 following the extra point.

Just before halftime, it was Tavius McDonald getting in on the action as he scampered for a 96-yard touchdown run, giving the Bulldogs a 35-0 advantage. 

Cole Johnson then found Price Daube for a 30-yard touchdown pass, putting the Bulldogs well in front at 42-0 going into the break. 

Madill managed to get on the board in the third quarter with a rushing touchdown from Mateo Fajardo, making it a 42-7 game following the successful extra point. 

Sulphur finished the game off in the third quarter when Logan Smith ran for a 40-yard touchdown.

Madill (0-1) will be at Lone Grove at 7:30 p.m. Friday night, while Sulphur will play its first home game of the season in the Battle of the Arbuckles against Davis the same night.