Tahlequah Daily Press


October 19, 2012

Hulbert rallies to beat Quapaw

QUAPAW — Hulbert spotted Quapaw 12 points but came back to post a 28-12 victory on the road in District 2A-8 play on Thursday night.

Quapaw scored 12 points in the opening quarter, but Hulbert posted seven points in the second quarter, 15 in the third period and six in the final quarter.

Chris Vance scored Hulbert’s first and go-ahead touchdowns. His first was a 2-yard run followed by a 4-yarder.

Marcus Smith added Hulbert’s third TD on a 12-yard run, and Spenser Frye’s 17-yard touchdown was Hulbert’s final score of the night.

The Riders (2-6, 1-4 2A-8) will play at Kansas next week, while Quapaw (2-6, 1-4) will play Salina.

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