The Edmond Sun

November 2, 2013

Oklahoma Christian crushes Vikings


The Edmond Sun

EDMOND — The Oklahoma Christian Academy Saints rolled up 322 rushing yards and 56 opening-half points to dismember visiting Northeast 63-6 Friday night in Edmond.

The Saints had no problem wounding the Viking defense with the run, as a pair of OCS runners — Thomas Qualls and Luke Frankfurt — each surpassed the century mark on limited carries. Qualls only touched the pigskin six times on the ground for 124 yards and two scores, coming from 26 and 30 yards out. Qualls also nailed Connor Sikes with a strike on a 13-yard passing score. Qualls was an untarnished 4-for-4 through the air for 72 yards.

Frankfurt rumbled into the end zone on three occasions, scoring from three, 22 and 16 yards respectively and rushed for 107 yards on 10 totes.

Teammate Cameron James kicked off the scoring with a nine-yarad burst to pay dirt and finished the night with two TDs.

Palmer Rice tallied the remaining TD for the Saints on a 13-yard run.

Jack Markmiller booted home all 9-of-9 extra points for Oklahoma Christian, which will wind up the regular season at Luther next Friday.

OCS picked off Northeast three times and muffled the Vikings’ running game to minus-32 yards.

Northeast avoided the shutout with just 2:10 remaining versus the Saint reserves.