TULSA - The Seminole Chieftains were hoping to make history for their head coach Mike Snyder Friday night at Lincoln Christian School.

The host Bulldogs, however, had other ideas.  The end result saw Seminole fall 51-8 in a district 3A-3 game.

Snyder remained tied for most wins as a head coach in Oklahoma high school football with Bruce Hendrickson at 363.

Snyder will get another chance when the Chieftains (3-2, 1-1) host Idabel next Friday at the field that bears his name.

Lincoln Christian head coach Jerry Ricke was very appreciative when Snyder, who coached his son in high school, took a few moments to talk with Ricke's son Chase after the game.

"Coach Snyder is a class act," said coach Ricke.  "He is a great ambassador.  He knows it's not about wins and losses but about kids."

Seminole trailed 44-0 at the half and the second half was played with a continuous clock.  Daegan Angel had the lone points for the Chieftains on a 1-yard run and 2-point conversion in the first minute of the final period.

Lincoln Christian (5-0, 2-0) scored just 1:58 in, courtesy of a 4-yard Josh Kaste run. Kaste was on the receiving end of a 13-yard strike from Ricke at the 6:28 mark of the frame.  Kaste then registered a safety just six seconds later.

The Bulldogs scored again 71 seconds later on a 9-yard touchdown toss from Ricke to Connor Johnson.  Ricke then used his legs to make it 30-0 on a 48-yard run with 2:50 left in the first period.

Lincoln Christian got on the board again on the final play of the first quarter on a 40-yard connection between Ricke and Johnson.

Kaste found the end zone again on a 1-yard plunge with 6:32 remaining in the second period.  The Bulldogs held Seminole to just 32 yards of total offense and one first down in the first half.