Playing in their first home game of 2018, the Fox Foxes were looking to pounce on their new found momentum following a season opening victory at Empire last week.

Playing in their first home game of 2018, the Fox Foxes were looking to pounce on their new found momentum following a season opening victory at Empire last week.

However, the Snyder Cyclones had other ideas as they shutout the Foxes 58-0.

Trevor Evans opened the scoring in the first quarter for Snyder with a 50-yard touchdown run, before the failed two-point conversion let the score at 6-0.

Evans struck again later in the quarter for a 45-yard touchdown, making it 14-0 after the two-point conversion. 

Snyder made it 20-0 just moments later off a rushing score, before the Cyclones finished off the first quarter with another touchdown, leaving it at 26-0.

Evans struck again in the second quarter with another rushing touchdown, making it 34-0 after the two-point conversion.

Fox would eventually fall to the 45-point mercy rule as the Foxes dropped to 1-1 on the season.

At 7:30 p.m. Friday night, the Foxes will be in action against Wilson at Skinny Stewart Stadium.

Comanche 49
Healdton 0

A second straight week at home didn’t provide a winning formula for the Healdton Bulldogs, as they were shutout by the Comanche Indians at Horton Field.

Comanche scored two rushing touchdowns in the first quarter, before adding a third rushing touchdown along with a passing score before halftime.

The Indians finished the game off with two passing touchdowns and a blocked punt in the end zone for a touchdown in the third quarter.

Wade Etter was the leading rusher for the Bulldogs with 15 carries for 101 yards with Alex Trent going for 32 yards on 11 carries. 

Riley Pierce and Austin Perdue each had an interception in the game.

Healdton (0-2) is back in action at 7:30 p.m. Friday night on the road at Tishomingo in their final non-district game of the season.