With nothing but pride at stake Friday night, the Madill Wildcats tried to end their season on a winning note against Tecumseh at Blake Smiley Stadium.

With nothing but pride at stake Friday night, the Madill Wildcats tried to end their season on a winning note against Tecumseh at Blake Smiley Stadium.

Unfortunately, the Wildcats were left off the scoreboard, falling in their final game of 2018 by a score of 33-0. 

Tecumseh got out to a 7-0 lead in the first quarter, before extending its lead to 14-0 before halftime.

Two more touchdowns put the game away in the second half.

Vermin Laffita led the Wildcats with 13 carries for 67 yards in the game.

Madill ends its season at 4-6 overall and 2-5 in district play.

Fox 46
Mt. View-Gotebo 0

After beginning the season 1-3, the Fox Foxes managed to catch fire down the home stretch this season.

Friday night, the Foxes claimed their sixth straight victory, a 46-0 mercy rule victory against Mountain View-Gotebo on the road.

The victory secured the No. 2 playoff seed for the Foxes (7-3, 5-1) out of District C-2, and a first round home playoff game at 7:30 p.m. Friday night against Tyrone. 

Jimmy Bivings provided the offensive spark for the Foxes Friday night, as he got Fox on the board in the first quarter with a pair of rushing touchdowns, followed by a successful two-point conversion pass to JT Bivings to make it 14-0.

Jimmy Bivings then played receiver as he caught a 45-yard touchdown pass from Willam Miller to make it 20-0, before Bivings converted the two-point conversion to make it 22-0.

After a quiet second quarter, the Foxes finished off the game in the second half.

Preston Sheppard made it 28-0 with a 48-yard rushing touchdown, before the two-point conversion made it 30-0.

Jimmy Bivings made it 36-0 in the fourth, before Brandon Miller made the two-point conversion to make it 38-0. 

Bivings then collected another rushing touchdown, before Tyrese Davidson finished off the game with the two-point conversion. 

Bray-Doyle 62
Wilson 28

Knowing a win would get them into the postseason, the Wilson Eagles made their way to Bray-Doyle Friday night for a showdown with the Donkeys.

Unfortunately, it was Bray-Doyle who claimed the final playoff spot out of district B-4, with a 62-28 victory at Donkey Stadium. 

Wilson was faced with an early 16-0 deficit after the first quarter, before the Donkeys scored 16 more points to leave the Eagles down 32-0 in the second.

A breakthrough was made before halftime as Carson Fulton found Luke Honea for a nine-yard touchdown pass, before the same duo combined to convert the two-point conversion.

But, the Donkeys managed to get another touchdown and two-point conversion before the break, putting the Eagles at a 40-8 deficit going into the locker room.

Luke Honea appeared to give the Eagles a spark in the third as he recorded a 78-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, making the score 40-14.

Honea then got his third touchdown of the evening when he pushed his way in from three yards out to make it 40-22 after the two-point conversion.

Bray-Doyle however got a touchdown back to make it 46-22, before Honea threw a 36-yard touchdown pass to Fulton to end the third quarter with Wilson down 46-28.

The Donkeys put the game away with 16 points in the fourth quarter. 

Honea led the Eagles with 16 carries for 51 yards in the game.

Wilson ends its season with an overall record of 6-4 with a 1-4 district record. 

Dickson 56
Comanche 20

Having clinched its first playoff berth since 2005 last week, the Dickson Comets decided to celebrate in style Friday night at the Field of Dreams in Comanche.

Dickson exploded for its highest offensive output of the season, leading to a blowout victory over the Indians.

The Comets (5-5, 4-3) will open the Class 2A playoffs Friday night against the two-time defending state champion Millwood Falcons in Oklahoma City. 

Comets quarterback Rusty Beard finished the game 3-of-10 passing for 77 yards with two touchdowns, while carrying the ball 18 times for 146 yards and two more touchdowns.

Brandon Sullivan was the leading rusher for the Comets in the game, totaling 150 yards on 14 carries with two touchdowns.

Hunter Clevenger finished with 10 carries for 99 yards and one touchdown, while Connor Schreiber had eight carries for 89 yards with one touchdown. 

Spencer Throneberry had three catches for 77 yards with two touchdowns. 

Lone Grove 34
Bethel 27

The Lone Grove Longhorns managed to end their season on a winning note Friday night, claiming a narrow victory over the Bethel Wildcats in Shawnee.

Lone Grove took an 8-0 lead in the first quarter, before Bethel got on the board thanks to Gunner Smith finding Drae Wood for a 28-yard touchdown. 

Bethel managed to take the lead early in the second quarter at 14-8, before the Longhorns tied the game at 14-14. 

With three minutes left before halftime, Lone Grove managed to take a 20-14 lead after blocking a punt and recovering it at the Wildcats one-yard line.

Bethel was back in front in the third quarter at 21-20, but the Longhorns came right back and led 26-21.

After the Wildcats regained the lead at 27-26, the Longhorns came back late to earn the lead at 34-27.

Lone Grove finishes its season at 2-8 overall. 

Coalgate 48
Marietta 14

It was a second straight loss to end the season for the Marietta Indians, as they were defeated on the road against the Coalgate Wildcats Friday night.

Coalgate got seven points in the first quarter, before overwhelming Marietta with 35 points in the second to lead 42-0 at the break.

In the third, Colgate took a 48-0 lead, before Marietta got on the board thanks to a nine-yard rushing touchdown from Kile Ing, with Javier Serrano adding the two-point conversion. 

Carlos Whibbey gave the Indians one more consolation touchdown in the fourth with a four-yard score.

Marietta ends its season at 3-7 overall and 1-6 in district play. 

Sulphur 27 

Pauls Valley 14

While it didn’t come easy Friday night at Thompson Field in Pauls Valley, the No. 4 Sulphur Bulldogs managed to survive their final regular season test.

Despite being down in the first quarter, the Bulldogs fought back and managed to claim a victory over the Panthers, finishing off an undefeated district campaign.

Sulphur (9-1, 7-0) will open the playoffs at 7:30 p.m. Friday night against Perkins-Tryon at Calvin Agee Field. 

Pauls Valley managed to take the lead in the first quarter with a rushing touchdown, to make it 7-0 after the extra point.

Logan Smith managed to pull the Bulldogs even in the second quarter with a 10-yard rushing touchdown, before Benedict Voss added the extra point to tie the game.

Cole Johnson then put Sulphur in front just before halftime with a 10-yard rushing touchdown before Voss added the extra point to make it 14-7. 

Smith got his second touchdown of the night in the third, this time from 20-yards out to make it 20-7 after the missed extra point.

Later in the third, it was Smith getting a third touchdown as he put the Bulldogs up 27-7 with another 10-yard rushing score. 

Pauls Valley managed to get one more touchdown late in the fourth quarter.