Checotah rockets past Webster 63-6
The Checotah Wildcats (3-1) didn’t show any signs of rust after last week’s rival game against Eufaula as they dominated Tulsa Webster 63-6 Friday on homecoming night at Ray Grandstaff Stadium. There is no question that Webster faced the full frontal explosion of the Wildcat offensive juggernaut. Running Back Dontierre Fisher and quarterback Jacob Barrett blasted for over a combined 220 yards and seven touchdowns. “They did a great job for us. Our offensive line blocked great tonight and provided protection for Jacob to make his reads. We have a lot of talent at the skill positions but we have a lot of talent on both the offensive and defensive lines. I’m proud of this team and how we responded tonight after a defeat last week. We just have to take one game at a time and let the pieces fall wherever they fall and the rest will take care of itself,” Checotah head Chad Hendricks said. The Wildcats scored first when Fisher broke loose up the middle and ran for a 37-yard touchdown. On the next offensive series he took a 26-yard pass from Barrett to the house to give Checotah a 15-0 lead. Fisher then made the longest run of the season with a 70-yard run. Barrett scored the game’s next three touchdowns with two rushing and a 46-yard dart to Brenden Dan to put the Wildcats up 43-0. Hendricks would bench his starters and put in his reserves for the remainder of the game. Trenton Dan took over as quarterback and showed his ability to score as rocketed 68 yards for a touchdown. A bright spot for the Wildcats is the kicking ability of Kayson Flud. Flud made seven of eight points after the score. Checotah ended the game with 500 total offensive yards (71 passing and 429 rushing). They had eight penalties for 87 yards. Barrett was 2/3 for 71 yards and two touchdowns and 66 yards rushing on four carries for two touchdowns. Fisher had three carries for 143 yards and three touchdowns and Trenton Dan had three carries for 127 yards and a touchdown. Checotah travels to Okmulgee on Friday to face the Bulldogs at 7 p.m.