With rain causing havoc across the area Friday night, teams found offense hard to come by.

With rain causing havoc across the area Friday night, teams found offense hard to come by.

The No. 5 Sulphur Bulldogs though were able to find just enough of a boost to lead them to a 3-0 start after defeating Cache 14-3 in a game which was called at halftime.

Sulphur got both of its touchdowns in the second quarter with both coming on rushing attempts.

First it was Reese Ratchford breaking free for a 34-yard touchdown run, making it 6-0 after the failed extra point.

Sulphur then went on defense and recovered a fumble, which led to a two-yard touchdown run from Logan Smith to make it 12-0.

Ratchford then sealed the game with a two-point conversion off a pass, giving Sulphur a 14-0 lead.

Just before the break Cache got a field goal, but it was too little too late.

Sulphur is back at home at 7 p.m. Friday night taking on Bethel to open district play. 

Heritage Hall 14 Davis 3

For the Davis Wolves, the rain wasn’t the only thing they wished would go away Friday night, but also their losing streak to start the season.

Unfortunately, the No. 1 Chargers from Heritage Hall had other ideas as they escaped with a 14-3 victory at Wolf Field, dooming Davis to an 0-3 start.

No individual stats were available as of press time.

Davis will open district play at 7:30 p.m. Friday night at Kingston.