Football is officially in full swing in Oklahoma and the Velma-Alma Comets looked to go 2-0 in the early season as they traveled to Fox to take on the Foxes.
The Comets took the win, 52-6.
Both teams showed toughness and grit in the early stages of the game, creating turnovers and sacking the opposing quarterbacks.
At the six minute mark, Velma got the game’s first points when Tristan Wainscott scored his first rushing touchdown of the night.
Following a successful two-point conversion pass from Wainscott to Austin Hunt, Velma-Alma took the lead 8-0 halfway through the first quarter.
The offense did not stop there for the Comets, Velma-Alma began to reel off the points.
Dylan Hurst joined the offensive burrage, scoring a rushing touchdown from 27-yards out.
With the two-point being no good, the game remained a very competitive 14-0 Velma-Alma lead.
Velma-Alma continued to pad their lead before the first quarter even came to a close.
Not long after, Wainscott was back at it again as he broke out a 46-yard running touchdown, his second of the evening.
Wainscott found Cooper Keck in the back of the end-zone for the two-point play making it a 22-0 lead for the Comets as the first quarter ended.
Velma Alma’s defense continued to dominate on their side of the ball, keeping Fox off the board for the majority of the half.
At the seven-minute mark in the second quarter, Velma found themselves knocking at the door to take a commanding lead in the game.
The Comets struck again, scoring another touchdown to go up 30-0.
On the next possession, the Fox Foxes were able to drive down and score their first touchdown of the game, making it 30-6
Velma-Alma had the 30-6 lead going into halftime.
Velma-Alma got the ball back and continued to hit the pedal to the floor.
Wainscott ended the drive with a touchdown pass to Gabe Swisher and rushing for the two-point conversion to make it a 38-6 Comet lead.
The offense continued to roll all over the Foxes, reeling off two straight touchdowns to officially put the nail in the coffin for this one.
The Velma-Alma Comets won the game 52-6, going 2-0 on the new season.
Looking to carry this momentum, Velma will now shift their focus to their local Stephens County rival Empire.
Velma will take on the Bulldogs at Velma on September 13th at 7 p.m.