It was a rainy fall Thursday night for what would be a good Homecoming and Senior night all wrapped into one event at Cameron stadium.

For football It was a slow start to the game against the fighting chicks of Chickasha ending in the first scoreless quarter of the season but as the rain subsided and let up in the second quarter the offense finally got things going and with Big Mac's big play ability Macarthur found themselves in the end zone and never looked back the rest of the night in fact it was a career high light night for senior Jarvier Christian who had 4 touchdowns on the night and racked up 188 yards.

Courtesy: Mike Mazzo


Macarthur has extended the undefeated  season to now 8-0 and is truly in the driver seat in leading the district and a possible district title. A win this week will assure that position.

So Big Mac will be on the road the final two weeks of the regular season and this week Macarthur will travel up to Del City to take on the Eagles who is also fighting for a playoff spot. The boys from up on the Hill look to ground the Eagles early behind the passing and running attack by one of the best quarterbacks in the state by the name of with Terry Wilson a 3 year starter who earlier in the season was committed to the University of Nebraska after graduation has now verbally committed to Oregon to play for the "Ducks"

It will be a good road test that will start at 7:00pm with our pregame broadcast at 6:30. Join myself Eric Sharum and Jay Burk for all the action. GO BIG MAC!