A Davis ball carrier (in white jersey) loses his helmet on a strong hit by Brayden Standifer (4) as Sulphur rolled over the Wolves in last Friday night’s annual Murray County Shootout game. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Sulphur receiver Brandon Lloyd (with ball) drives through a Davis tackler in the Bulldog’s win last Friday. Lloyd caught two passes in the game for 22 yards including one for a touchdown. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Sulphur running back Logan Smith races down-field as the Bulldogs dismantled rival Davis last Friday, 28-0. Smith scored two TD’s on runs of 64 and 71 yards in a stellar performance. PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS
Bulldog quarterback Reese Ratchford fires off a pass in Sulphur’s win over the Davis Woves last Friday. It was their first win in two starts as district competition starts in two weeks. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Sulphur defender Mace Mobly (1), brings down a Davis ball carrier as the Dogs continued their dominance over the Wolves in a 28-0 win. Sulphur will be off next week, then host Little Axe Sept. 25 for their annual homecoming game. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
As things around the world change each day in 2020, some trends remain the same.
That was proof last Friday, when Sulphur continued its’ dominant run in Murray County Bedlam, shutting out Davis and winning 28-0.
The Dogs moved to 1-2 on the season with an imposing performance defensively, allowing just 81 total yards, and a big game from senior Logan Smith on the ground.
Davis had just four first downs and didn’t get into Sulphur territory until the 3rd quarter.
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