There’s perhaps no better time to have a standout performance than against a rival.

There’s perhaps no better time to have a standout performance than against a rival.

Sulphur senior running back Trey Kiser did just that Friday night in the Battle of the Arbuckles.

Kiser finished with 403 yards rushing on 15 carries with six touchdowns as the Bulldogs cruised to a 47-9 victory over the Davis Wolves at Calvin Agee Field.

Kiser accounted for every Bulldogs score in the first quarter, as he first struck with a 58-yard touchdown run, making it 7-0 following the extra point from Benedict Voss.

The second score of the evening came courtesy of an 87-yard touchdown run, putting the Bulldogs ahead 13-0 following the missed extra point.

Touchdown number three on the night was a 36-yard run, finishing off the first quarter for Sulphur as the Bulldogs led 20-0.

Sulphur kept the offensive train rolling in the second when Kiser got his fourth of the night, this time from 10 yards out to make it 27-0.

Davis was able to break out a big play of its own when Devon Gregg connected with Diego Moore for a 62-yard touchdown pass to make it 27-7.

However, Kiser had an immediate answer for the Bulldogs.

A 74-yard touchdown run stopped the Wolves momentum, and gave Sulphur a commanding 27-7 advantage. 

Ethan Massey finished off a stellar first half for Sulphur with a two-yard touchdown run, sending the Bulldogs into the locker room leading 41-7.

Kiser’s evening was finished off in the third when he scampered 58-yards for the touchdown.

Davis managed to get a safety in the fourth quarter.

Oren Bishop was the leading rusher for the Wolves with four carries for 42 yards, with Cooper Webb rushing five times for 24 yards.

Bulldogs quarterback Cole Johnson finished the game 2-of-3 passing for 38 yards. 

Sulphur (2-1) is on a bye this week and will return to action Sept. 21 at Bethel against the Wildcats which will begin district play. 

Davis (1-1) is on the road at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Heritage Hall in Oklahoma City to take on the Chargers.