MOORE, Oklahoma – The Edmond North Huskies made a statement Thursday with a resounding 42-10 win over Southmoore to begin the season.
The Huskies jumped on the offensive immediately, scoring 21 unanswered points to begin the game. The second score in that span was a 60-yard touchdown by Jarion Tudman, who went on to have a monster game. He finished with 176 yards and two touchdowns.
Southmoore finally got on the board with a touchdown run by Andrew Long and added a field goal late in the first half to make the score 21-10 at halftime. Things only got worse for the Sabercats from there.
Edmond North added another touchdown in the third quarter and two more in the fourth to turn the game into a rout. Quarterback Jesse Mathews added 100 rushing yards to his passing totals to give the Huskies' offense an explosive night overall.
The victory avenged Edmond North's 40-19 loss to begin last season and marked the Huskies' first season opening win since 2008. They will move on to face Choctaw on Sept. 9, while Southmoore will try to recover against Westmoore.