OKLAHOMA CITY – The Davis Wolves suffered defeat on Friday night at the hands of the Heritage Hall Chargers in a very un-Davis- Wolves-like fashion.

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Davis Wolves suffered defeat on Friday night at the hands of the Heritage Hall Chargers in a very un-Davis- Wolves-like fashion.

The loss moved DHS to 1-2 on the season, a rarity in Davis, but head coach Jody Weber is still eager about the Wolves’ odds. 

“They’re just better than us right now. I still think we have a good football team out there” Weber said.

Davis won the toss and elected to differ possession until the second half.

After returning the opening kickoff to their own 34-yard line, HH scored on its first play from scrimmage on a 66-yard strike to the end-zone, making it 7-0 following the point after.

Davis was forced to punt after an unsuccessful opening possession.

The next time the Chargers had the ball, they were forced into a fourth and inches situation. 

Hertiage Hall elected to go for the first down, a decision that paid off instantly. An off-tackle dash from a Heritage Hall half-back resulted in a 43-yard- touchdown for the Chargers. 

After the conversion, HH held an early 14-0 lead.

“They’ve got size, speed, and a quarterback that can throw (the ball),” Weber said. “Sometimes it comes down to ‘they get eleven, we get eleven’ and their eleven were winning.”

Davis continued to struggle offensively and were forced to punt to the Chargers once again.

The Chargers, responded on the following drive with Blake Adams throwing a touchdown pass for a 47-yard score. 

Heritage Hall held a 21-0 lead after the conversion.

Davis finally found success offensively in the second quarter.

The Wolves found themselves on the Charger 22-yard line on 4 th and 5 just a few plays later. 

After a pitch to Noah Goodin from Payton Weber, Goodin found Jace Ryan in the middle of the field for the 22-yard touchdown completion to put the Wolves on the scoreboard.

Davis found another spark of hope after an onside kick recovery on the ensuing kickoff. 

The Chargers regained possession after stopping the Wolves on downs, however.

With 1:32 remaining in the half, the Chargers entered a hurry-up offense, Adams connected with his receivers on a series of short passes, eventually reaching the end-zone on an 8-yard slant as the second quarter came to an end. 

The successful conversion put the Chargers up 35-6 at halftime.

“Anytime you have a run-pass (quarterback) it’s double-tough,” Weber mentioned of Adams.

HH’s offense calmed down in the second half. 

Adams completed an 8-yard touchdown pass with 4:21 remaining in the third quarter for the Chargers’ final score of the evening.

Davis ended the night with a pair of touchdowns from Dakota Coberely and Dane Parker, respectively.

Weber said he still believes his football team is prepared for what’s to come in the next few weeks.

“I don’t think their scheme hurt us. They broke tackles, we didn’t. I still like our football team,” Weber said. “Schemes are overrated.

We’ll have some wrinkles.”

The Wolves will host Atoka (0-3) next Friday at 7:30 p.m from Wolf Field.