Sulphur’s Daniel Amaya navigates through several Madill defenders as the Dogs put up big numbers in a 55-6 win over Madill last Friday. Amaya, a sophomore, rushed for 89 yards on three carries in the game. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Sulphur freshman Blake Stewart (20) races 63 yards on a pass from quarterback Reese Ratchford as the Bulldogs rolled over Madill last Friday, 55-6. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
In one of the most dominant opening halves of Sulphur football in school history, Sulphur continued its recent dominant stretch, cruising to a 55-6 blowout at Madill last Friday night.
The Dogs had 350 rushing yards on just 12 carries in the first half, and added 81 passing yards, breaking big play after big play en route to a 48-0 lead at halftime.
“I thought we were really sharp offensively,” said Sulphur head coach Jim Dixon. “Our offense played extremely well and continues to improve, which is led by our offensive line up front.”
The Dogs ran 14 plays in the first half, seven of which went for touchdowns.
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