It’s been a rough three weeks for the Fox Foxes.

It’s been a rough three weeks for the Fox Foxes.

After winning their opening game of the season, the Foxes have been on a three-game losing streak.

That is, until Friday night.

Fox wasted little time in dispatching of Grandfield, snapping their losing streak in style with a blowout 52-6 victory over the Tigers at the Fox Den. 

Jimmy Bivings took control in the first quarter as he opened the scoring with a 53-yard touchdown run, before Harley Darling added the two-point conversion to make it 8-0.

Bivings got his second score of the night on a one-yard touchdown run, making it 14-0 after the missed extra point.

It was once again about Bivings in the second quarter as he scored his third and fourth touchdowns of the night, each from seven yards out to give the Foxes a 30-0 advantage going into halftime. William Miller and Tyrese Davidson had the successful two-point conversions in the quarter. 

After the break, the Foxes went right back to work as Bivings got his fifth touchdown of the game, this time through the air as he found Preston Sheppard for a 60-yard touchdown pass, with Miller adding the two-point conversion for a 38-0 lead.

Grandfield managed to get on the board in the third quarter with a 31-yard touchdown run, but failed on the two-point conversion.

At the end of the quarter, Bivings got his sixth touchdown of the game when he ran in from 10-yards out before Davidson added the two-point conversion to make it 46-6.

Maverick Dickinson finished off the game in style for the Foxes in the fourth quarter when he scored from three-yards out to enforce the 45-point mercy rule. 

Bivings finished 2-of-4 passing on the night for 83 yards and one touchdown, while running the ball 16 times for 208 yards and five touchdowns. 

Miller carried the ball nine times for 53 yards, with Sheppard going for 26 yards on three carries. 

Fox (2-3, 1-1) is back at home at 7 p.m. Friday night when Temple comes to town. 

District games against Thackerville on the road and Corn Bible at home will then follow the next two weeks following the matchup with Temple.