SULPHUR — The Davis Wolves have probably had their fill of Sulphur running back Trey Kiser.
Kiser ran for a whopping 403 yards on just 15 carries and scored six touchdowns as the Bulldogs drilled the archrival Wolves 47-7 Friday night at Agee Field.
Kiser had TD runs of 58, 87, 36, 10, 74 and 58 yards. The only other Sulphur score came off a 2-yard run by Ethan Massey.
The Bulldogs consumed 505 yards of total offense with 467 coming on the ground. Meanwhile, the Sulphur defense held Davis to 188 yards (119 in the rushing department).
Quarterback Cole Johnson attempted just three passes and connected on two for 29 yards to David Powell and 9 to Tavius McDonald.
Sulphur had a 20-0 advantage after one quarter after Kiser had touchdown runs of 58, 87 and 36 yards respectively. Benedict Voss converted two of the three extra-point kicks in that quarter.
The Bulldogs went up 27-0 in the second quarter off Kiser’s 10-yard run and Voss’ PAT before Davis picked up its lone score off a 62-yard pass. But a 74-yard run by Kiser and Massey’s 2-yard run, with Voss booting both extra points, led to a 41-7 halftime cushion.
Kiser’s 58-yard run in the third period capped off the game’s scoring.
Sulphur, now 2-1, plays Friday night at Bethel.
Konawa 20, Wilburton 0
Sophomore Isaiah Gore ran for two touchdowns and Silas Isaacs, also a sophomore, had another as the Tigers registered the shutout victory Friday night.
Gore had TD runs of 4 and 1 yards in the first and second quarters, and Isaacs scored from 6 yards out in the fourth to cap off the win.
The Konawa defense was led by senior defensive end Christian Tanyan who compiled 12 tackles, including a pair of quarterback sacks, and forced a fumble. Senior linebacker Chris Stokes added 10 tackles. Senior Chase Kilpatrick had eight tackles and a fumble recovery, and Tommy Shull ended up with six stops and forced a fumble.
Connor Auld also contributed a 78-yard interception return.
Offensively, Tyler Rutherford ran for 108 yards on 25 carries. Isaacs ended up with 56 yards on 12 attempts and the one TD. Gore and Auld each netted 37 yards, with Gore doing it in 15 tries and scoring twice and Auld having six carries.
Isaacs completed three passes for 58 yards, with Dylan Fry having two of those grabs for 24 yards. Dyami Kilpatrick had the other for 34 yards.
Konawa, 2-1 on the season, is idle this next week and hosts Wynnewood on Friday, Sept. 21.
Note: Brian Johnson contributed to this report.