Class 3A second-ranked Seminole out-rushed Prague 377-67 Thursday night en route to a convincing 46-20 District 3A-2 triumph.
Senior Papi White rushed for 209 yards on nine carries, all coming in the opening quarter. White had Seminole’s first two touchdowns on sprints of 59 and 83 yards.
Xavier Freeman made it 21-0 after one quarter on a 60-yard reception from junior quarterback Doc Harvey.
The Chieftains led 40-6 at the intermission. Freeman added a 34-yard scoring catch, Jayce Cravens had a 4-yard touchdown run and Tristan Patterson snagged a 36-yard scoring pass.
Kash Davis concluded Seminole’s scoring with a 33-yard run in the third quarter.
Freeman finished with 125 receiving yards on three catches.
Demissie Getachew of Seminole recovered a fumble and teammate Turner Lupton posted an interception.
“We played pretty good,” Seminole coach Mike Snyder said. “We started playing a lot of kids in the second quarter and we didn’t get anyone hurt in the game. It’s good to be 7-0 and have the opportunity to play for a district championship.”
In upping its overall record to 7-0 and its district mark to 3-0, Seminole also received 175 passing yards.
The Chieftains will continue their district season Friday, Oct. 25, by serving as a host to Bristow. Bristow fell 48-21 to Perkins-Tryon Thursday night in a 3A-2 matchup.
Prague is 0-7 overall and 0-4 in district play.
Note: Report compiled by Fred Fehr.