Dumas 46, Big Spring 0 — With the game still scoreless after the first quarter, Dumas gained the upper hand with a 25-0 second quarter.
By night’s end, DHS had piled up 491 yards in total offense, including 239 on the ground. Spencer Williams threw for 252 yards and four scored to lead Dumas.
Gabriel Baeza led the Steers with 44 yards passing and 48 yards rushing in a game that saw Big Spring manage only 143 total yards.
BSHS (1-6) dropped its fourth straight game and hasn’t scored in its last three.