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story.lead_photo.caption Prescott tight end Jeffery Williams and running back Jaylon Hopson celebrate in the end zone after Williams scored a touchdown against Hope on Friday at Hammons Stadium in Hope, Arkansas. See Page 2C for a regional football roundup. Photo by Hunt Mercier / Texarkana Gazette.

HOPE, Ark. — Prescott provided all the fireworks in the first half as the Curley Wolves finally notched a "W" against hapless Hope Friday night at Bobcat Stadium.

Prescott cruised to the 51-14 non-conference victory over the host Bobcats.

The Wolves (1-2), who suffered back-to-back overtime losses to start the season, built a 37-0 first-quarter lead and it ballooned to 51-0 at intermission. With the clock running nonstop in the second half because of the 35-point mercy rule, subs and backups finished for Prescott.

Hope (0-3) scored its two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, including the final with only five seconds to play.

The Wolves amassed 326 yards on the ground, averaging 7.95 yards per carry. They also totaled 105 through the airways to finish with 431 yards total offense. Hope was limited to 40 yards rushing and 106 passing.

Prescott dominated from the start, with Jaylon Hopson scoring on a 25-yard run with 9:35 left in the first quarter. Luis Rabadan kicked the first of seven PATs on the night for a 7-0 lead.

Just 14 seconds later, following a fumble recovery, the Wolves scored again with Jeffery Williams catching a 16-yard scoring strike from quarterback Jacobi Nolen.

Prescott tallied a safety next for a 16-0 cushion. About a minute later, Prescott scored again, with Derriun Thompson latching onto a 34-yard pass from Nolen.

Thompson tacked on a 18-yard scoring jaunt and Nolen followed with a 46-yard TD scamper fora 37-0 advantage still in the first quarter.

Alex George scored from 7 yards out and Thompson added a 32-yard touchdown run to push Prescott's lead to 51-0.

Hope scored twice in the final quarter. Hunter Hellums scored on a 16-yard TD run and Keyuan Booker had a 1-yard plunge. Chris Torres kicked both extra points.

The Bobcats lost three fumbles while the Wolves did not turn the ball over.

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