This season, the Dickson Comets have been about making history at just the right time.

This season, the Dickson Comets have been about making history at just the right time.

Friday night, they made just a little more history against the Marietta Indians.

With their 42-0 victory at Comet Field Friday night, the Comets recorded their largest point total since 2015, their largest victory since 2013, and their first shutout since the 2011 season.

Dickson got off to a flying start with nine points in the first quarter, with two coming off a safety. 

Dickson would add 20 points in second quarter to add to the lead.

The Comets would add seven points in the third quarter followed by six points in the fourth.

Rusty Beard finished the game 6-of-11 for 100 yards passing with two touchdowns for the Comets.

Brandon Sullivan led the rushing attack for the Comets with 21 carries for 151 yards, followed by Johnny Smith with eight carries for 75 yards.

Sullivan and Smith each had two touchdowns on the evening as well.

Keshon Johnson led the Comets with five catches for 86 yards and a touchdown, while Jack McDonald also had a receiving touchdown in the game for the Comets. 

Marietta (2-3, 0-2) is at home Friday night against Lindsay, while Dickson (2-3, 1-1) will be on the road against Davis. 

Sulphur 55 

Purcell 14 

There was no letdown for the Sulphur Bulldogs Friday night against the Purcell Dragons as they rolled to a victory against the Purcell Dragons at Calvin Agee Field.

Trey Kiser scored three touchdowns in the first quarter alone, as he finished with five total in the contest.

Sulphur scored seven points in the second quarter before adding 20 more in the third and finishing the game off with seven in the fourth.

Kiser finished with 20 carries for 177 yards and five touchdowns.

Sulphur (4-1, 2-0) is on the road Friday night taking on Lone Grove in district play with game time set for 7:30 p.m. at Longhorn Stadium.

Lindsay 30 

Davis 7

It was a second straight district loss Friday night for the Davis Wolves as they were defeated on the road by the Lindsay Leopards.

No statistical information was available from the game. 

Davis (1-4, 0-2) will be back at home Friday night taking on the Dickson Comets in district play at Wolf Field beginning at 7:30 p.m.