Lone Grove 48, Sulphur 22
LONE GROVE — Host Lone Grove outscored Sulphur 26-0 in the second half to snap a halftime tie and pull away for a 48-22 victory.
Grant Harmon scored two of his three rushing touchdowns in the game in the second half, but it was a 21-yard fumble return for a score by Terry Rowe that put the Longhorns on top 35-22 that was the big blow.
Sulphur scored on a pair of big plays in the first half — a 71-yard run by quarterback Ryan Rackley and an 85-yard kickoff return by Nick Magruder with just 54 seconds left before halftime that tied the game at 22-all. Macgruder also had an interception in the game.
Rackley also added a 17-yard TD run and finished the game with 26 carries for 160 yards. He also completed 7-of-12 passes for 45 yards.
Harmon rushed for 135 yards and three scores for Lone Grove, while Jeremy Leiws added 156 yards on 24 totes.
Sulphur (1-3) has another tough task in Week 5, hosting No. 5 Plainview at Agee Field.
Hugo 48, Holdenville 14
HUGO — Hugo, behind the running of Wilshon McAlester and Amaney Jackson, coasted to a 48-14 non-district football win over the visiting Holdenville Wolverines on Friday night.
McAlester netted 195 yards on 13 carries and scored two touchdowns off runs of 13 and 45 yards, and Jackson ended up with 77 yards on only six carries and a 36-yard TD.
Hugo rolled up 450 yards, including 347 on the ground.
The Wolverines did manage to net 411 yards, including 380 on the ground, but committed four turnovers in the contest — losing three fumbles and throwing one interception.
Holdenville had two backs go over 100 yards as D’Angelo Moore finished with 134 yards on 15 carries and scored both touchdowns off runs of 39 and 1 yards. Bobby Rivera had 133 yards on 16 attempts.
Hugo cruised to a 21-0 halftime advantage behind McAlester’s 13-yard scoring run, a 30-yard TD pass from Nigel Smith to Arkyl Brown and a 63-yard punt return for a touchdown by Trey Johnson.
The Wolverines finally got on the board on Moore’s 39-yard scoring run with 10:10 left in the third quarter. Moore then added the 2-point conversion run to pull Holdenville within 21-8.
But Hugo responded with Jackson’s 36-yard TD run with 5:55 remaining in the third to make it 28-8.
Holdenville’s last score of the game came off Moore’s 1-yard run with 2:49 left in the third. The conversion run failed as the score remained 28-14.
However, on the ensuing kickoff, Trey Johnson returned the kick 80 yards for a score after taking a handoff from one of his teammates.
A McAlester 45-yard touchdown run and a 2-yard TD run by Smith in the fourth quarter closed out the scoring.
Holdenville returns to District 2A-5 play next Friday at Haskell.