PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Bulldog speedster Tavius McDonald races to the outside on a long run in Sulphur’s win over Cache last Friday as storms shortened the game to the first two quarters.
It will be a matchup of two undefeated squads this Friday night at Agee Field, when Sulphur hosts. Bethel to open district play and for homecoming.
Sulphur (3-0) beat Cache 14-3 in a weather-shortened game in its’ home opener last Friday.
Bethel (3-0) won 54-30 at Little Axe. The Wildcats also have beaten Tecumseh 29-27 and McLoud 47-14 to start the season.
“They are a good ball club and sitting there undefeated,” Sulphur head coach Jim Dixon. “We have got to come out and play well.”
The Wildcats are averaging 43 points per game and it is all about offense, according to Dixon.
“They are really good on offense,” Dixon said. “They have a good quarterback and weapons all over the field.”
That quarterback is senior Gunner Smith. He threw for over 2,400 yards and 27 touchdowns last season, completing 61% of his passes and only threw 11 picks.
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