October 3, 2013

Chicks pulverize Redskins in Thursday night battle


Full of confidence, Chickasha made a mockery of Capitol Hill’s homecoming with a dominating 53-2 win on Thursday night.

Cade Morris had a field day, rushing for 119 yards on seven attempts and a career-high five touchdowns. Josh Latham was the power back, breaking tackles left and right for a total of 81 yards and one touchdown.

Denny Do was the only bright spot for the Red Skins, rushing for 28 yards on nine attempts. Overall, Chickasha held the Redskins to just 22 net yards rushing while intercepting the ball two times on defense. The Chicks rushed for 353 yards.

The Chickasha offense got a solid start after the Redskins’ fumble in their own half of the field was picked up by Morris at the opposition 27 yard line and carried to the 15. The senior quarterback did the honors, running eight yards for the game’s first touchdown with just four minutes gone.

History repeated itself soon after the kickoff. The snap went flying over quarterback Denny Do’s head for another Redskins fumble. Josh Latham took one play to take advantage for the Chicks to run the short field and make the score 14-0. It took 42 seconds from taking the lead for Chickasha to double its advantage.

The next time on the field, the Chicks defense got to hold the Redskins to a punt. But, on the ensuing drive, the result stayed the same. From midfield, Tresjon Davis broke off a 33 yard run into the red zone. That set up Morris for his second rushing touchdown of the evening on a 17 yard run and made the score 21-0 with three minutes left in the first quarter.

A busy first quarter translated to a slow and quiet second. On their best drive so far, Chickasha got just outside of the red zone after Latham broke two tackles on a 20 yard run. Morris had his pass tipped and intercepted on the next play, but Capitol Hill was held and tried a fake punt that failed miserably. With the short field, Chickasha moved the ball down to the one yard line. Stern Redskins defense forced them to settle for a 24-yard field goal by Sterling Clapham to make the score 24-0 at halftime.

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