Defending Class 3A state champion Prescott Curley Wolves showed no mercy Friday night in their return to the gridiron for week 5 of high school football to reunite against longtime rivals' Gurdon Go-Devils in 5-3A Conference play.

Defending Class 3A state champion Prescott Curley Wolves showed no mercy Friday night in their return to the gridiron for week 5 of high school football to reunite against longtime rivals' Gurdon Go-Devils in 5-3A Conference play.
The No. 1 ranked Curley Wolves displayed another shutout victory in their return trip to G-town and defeated the Go-Devils 48-0. The Curley Wolves now extend their unbeaten streak of victories to 20 consecutive wins since the start of the 2016 football season and improve to 5-0 overall, 2-0 in conference. For the Go-Devils, Gurdon falls to 2-3 overall, 0-2 in conference play.
The Curley Wolves shot out to another explosive first half dominance on both sides of the football against the Go-Devils. Prescott's defense continues it's consistency for stops and held their opponent scoreless from an end zone trip for the third consecutive week.
Offensively, the Curley Wolves punched in two scores in the first quarter against Gurdon. Prescott's quarterback Cade Haynie got the Curley Wolves on the board to complete a 15-yard touchdown pass to Thomas Muldrew on the reception and PAT good by Kade " Money" Honea at the 8:02 mark. Prescott led Gurdon 7-0. Then, Haynie took it in the end zone on the ground attack for 22-yards on the quarterback keeper with PAT good by Honea to put the Curley Wolves up 14-0 over Gurdon at the 3:21 mark. Prescott finished the first quarter leading the Go-Devils 14-0.
In the second, the Curley Wolves extended their margin early with Haynie launching a 39 yard touchdown pass reception to Muldrew at the 11:43 mark with PAT good by Honea give Prescott a 21-0 advantage over the Go-Devils.
At the 7:32 mark, Haynie completed his final touchdown pass reception to Kadarius Pearson for 30-yards and PAT good by Honea posted a Prescott 28-0 lead over Gurdon.
The Curley Wolves added two more trips into the end zone, but this time on the ground with Chase Subin scoring on a 2-yard touchdown run at the 3:57 mark gave Prescott a 35-0 lead. Then, defensively, Derrium Thompson got a pick-six for the interception and returned it 31-yards for the touchdown and PAT good by Honea at the 2:59 mark extended the Curley Wolves lead over Gurdon 42-0 at halftime.
In the second half, the Curley Wolves began the third quarter with a continuous running clock as the sportsmanship rule went into effect. The third quarter was scoreless with Prescott leading Gurdon 42-0. In the fourth, the Curley Wolves struck one last time as Jaydon Riley marched into the end zone for 53-yards for the touchdown run, but the 2-point conversion was no good and stopped by Gurdon. Prescott went onto victory to post consecutive season defeating their rivals' Gurdon in conference play.
Statistically, Prescott totaled for 14 first downs, had 17 carries for 276 yards rushing, 13-19 passing for 218 yards for 494 yards of offense. Gurdon had 10 first downs, 40 carries for 133 yards rushing, 4-12 passing for 53 yards for 186 total yards of offense.
Prescott's Haynie completed 11-for-16 passing for 211 yards with 3 TD's, Riley led the rushing attack with 121 yards rushing on four carries and Cameron Cox led the receiving core with four receptions for 76 yards.
For Gurdon, Gavin Deaton completed 4-for-11 passes for 53 yards passing. On the ground, KJ Tidwell led the rushing attack with 64 yards rushing on 12 carries and Antonio Dickens had 58 yards rushing on 16 carries. Also Gavin Deaton had nine carries for 32 yards rushing. On receiving, Kelton Anderson had two receptions for 10 yards, BJ Brewer had one reception for 32 yards and Tidwell had an receptions for 11 yards.
Defensively, the Go-Devils were led by Brewer with three solo tackles, one assist for four total tackles.
The Curley Wolves will bring their winning-streak of momentum back home this Friday night to Eddie Jackson Field at Cummins Stadium to host the Horatio Lions for conference play on Homecoming night in Prescott. For the Go-Devils, they'll look to regain back some momentum to return home to host the Centerpoint Knights for conference play. Kickoff set for 7 p.m., for both match-ups.