Arkadelphia scored on seven drives in the first half against Pulaski Robinson. Even though they had only six offensive possessions.
The Badgers used their fast-paced, quick drive scheme to out-duel the Senators early, scoring a touchdown on every first-half drive and getting a seventh score in the half on a 21-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Jahlon Mitchell on their way to a 64-22 victory at Charlie George Stadium.
Arkadelphia (7-0, 4-0 7-4A Conference) racked up 340 yards of total offense in the first two quarters, including scoring on their first play from scrimmage in the game when Kris Oliver went up the middle, broke two tackles and cut up the sideline for a 45-yard touchdown 17 seconds into the contest.
Quarterback Jakahari Howell finished the half 17-of-18 passing for 140 yards and two touchdowns. Oliver ran for 141 yards and two scores on the ground and caught 5 passes for 53 yards and another score in the first two quarters.
Robinson (4-3, 1-3) kept pace early with Badgers, putting together an opening drive that ended in a 3-yard touchdown run on a reverse by Cameron Harris to make 7-7. The Senators kept it within 21-10 on a 32-yard field goal by Adam Toler late in the first quarter, but Arkadelphia would outscore them 28-12 going into halftime to take a lead that was never threatened in the second half.
Both teams settled down offensively after halftime, punting on their first possessions of the third quarter.
The Badgers got to 55-22 on a 36-yard touchdown run by Oliver with 7:08 left in the third quarter and added another touchdown and a safety for the final result. The Sportsmanship Rule was in effect for the entire fourth quarter.
Read more about this game in tomorrow's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.