On a night when their seniors were honored at Calvin Agee Field, the No. 4 Sulphur Bulldogs put on another offensive showcase.

On a night when their seniors were honored at Calvin Agee Field, the No. 4 Sulphur Bulldogs put on another offensive showcase.

Sulphur overwhelmed the Douglass Trojans with 27 first quarter points, leading to a 60-28 victory.

The win clinches the district 3A-2 championship for the Bulldogs as they have a 6-0 district record and are 8-1 overall.

At 7:30 p.m. Friday night the Bulldogs will finish off the regular season against the Pauls Valley Panthers on the road. 

Trey Kiser got the Bulldogs on the board first with a 35-yard rushing touchdown, with Benedict Voss adding the extra point to make it 7-0.

Logan Smith made it 13-0 after he rushed his way 40-yards for a touchdown, with the extra point failing.

Tavius McDonald then grabbed an interception and returned it 40-yards for a touchdown to make it 20-0 after the Voss extra point.

McDonald then got his second touchdown of the evening with a 30-yard rushing touchdown to make it 27-0, finishing off the first quarter.

Smith began the second quarter with his second touchdown of the night, going for 80-yards this time to make it 34-0 after the extra point.

Douglass managed to get on the board with a passing touchdown, but failed at the two-point conversion.

Sulphur had an immediate response though as David Powell went 90-yards for a touchdown on the ensuing kickoff to make it 40-6. 

McDonald got on the board again with his third touchdown of the evening later in the second as he went for 20-yards, putting the Bulldogs up 47-6 going into the half. 

After the break, Smith got another touchdown, this time from 30-yards out to make it 54-6.

TJ Todd finished off the scoring for the Bulldogs with a 15-yard rushing touchdown to make it 60-6 in the third. 

Douglass managed to get one touchdown in the third and another in the fourth to finish off the scoring.

Fox 36
Maysville 6

It was a fifth straight victory Friday night for the Fox Foxes, as they claimed a crucial win over Maysville at the Fox Den.

The victory moves Fox to 6-3 overall and 4-1 in district play, as well as clinching a playoff berth.

No statistical information was available as of press time. 

Fox will play for second place in district C-2 at 7:30 p.m. Friday night on the road against Mountain View-Gotebo. 

Purcell 34
Lone Grove 14

The Lone Grove Longhorns unfortunately suffered a fourth straight loss Friday night at home against the Purcell Dragons.

Purcell kept its playoff hopes alive with a 20-point victory.

No statistical information was available from the game.

Lone Grove (1-8, 1-5) will finish the season at 7:30 p.m. Friday night at Bethel against the Wildcats. 

Lindsay 42
Dickson 38

While the Dickson Comets might have lost their final home game of the season, there was still plenty to celebrate Friday night at Comet Field.

As a result of the Comanche Indians losing against Kingston, the Comets officially clinched their first playoff berth since 2005, and will be the fourth place team out of district 2A-8 in the playoffs.

No statistical information was available from the contest.

Dickson (4-5, 3-3) will finish the regular season at 7:30 p.m. Friday night against Comanche on the road. 

Bethany 56
Madill 7

There was little to celebrate Friday night for the Madill Wildcats.

A blowout defeat against the Bethany Bronchos at Southern Nazarene University officially eliminated the Wildcats from playoff contention. 

Bethany scored 29 points in the first quarter to take a commanding lead.

Madill’s only score of the night came in the third quarter when Kendall Robertson scored from one yard out.

As a team the Wildcats managed 242 yards rushing on the night. 

Madill (4-5, 2-4) will finish the season at 7:30 p.m. Friday night against Tecumseh at Blake Smiley Stadium.