Jordan Jackson makes a touchdown grab for the Fightin' Chicks in their 44-8 win in Chickasha on Friday.

For the second season in a row, the Chickasha Fightin’ Chicks are 2-0.

Cayss Lowery threw three touchdown passes in a 44-8 win over the Harrah Panthers on Friday in Chickasha. Chickasha led 20-0 at halftime for the second week in a row in the victory.

Chickasha got off to a quick start on both sides of the ball. Following a stop by the defense, the Chickasha offense took advantage of great field position. Inside the Harrah 10, Austin Albright found the end zone for the second time this season.

With the defense continuing to step up, the offense was able to bounce back following a turnover. Lowery threw his first touchdown pass of the game on the possession, finding Jordan Jackson. Jackson was able to make a tough grab to put the Chicks up 13-0 in the game.

Chickasha only needed one play to score after another defensive stop. Lowery was able to avoid Harrah defenders and find Hasian Burdex for a long score. The extra point gave Chickasha a 20-0 lead in the second quarter.

Harrah eventually made its way near the Chickasha end zone. But the Chickasha defense stood tall, keeping the Panthers out of the end zone and stopping them on fourth down.

The Fightin’ Chicks came out of the locker room and made a statement early in the second half.

A long run by Burdex helped Chickasha’s drive. The drive ended with Lowery’s third touchdown pass of the game.

Lowery found Eddie Wauahdooah for the score. Chickasha led 27-0 after the extra point. 

A turnover set the Fightin’ Chicks up in Harrah territory. They added a field goal to go up 30-0 in the third quarter. 

The Chicks led 30-0 heading to the final quarter of the game.

In the fourth quarter, Albright found the end zone for the second time of the game. He scored his third touchdown of the season, and Chickasha led 37-0 after the extra point.

Albright also had an interception in the game. He has scored a touchdown on offense and intercepted at least one pass on defense in both of Chickasha’s games.

Ma’lek Murphy scored Chickasha’s final touchdown of the game. Harrah scored its only touchdown late in the fourth quarter. 

Chickasha will travel to El Reno on Friday to continue the rivalry between the two programs.

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