SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Yellowjackets (2-6, 1-4 in 6A South) got a much needed win Friday night against struggling conference opponent Little Rock Hall (0-7, 0-5 in conference).

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Yellowjackets (2-6, 1-4 in 6A South) got a much needed win Friday night against struggling conference opponent Little Rock Hall (0-7, 0-5 in conference).


The Yellowjackets scored quickly in the first quarter as the team scored two touchdowns and converted both of their two-point conversions to give them a 16-0 lead with 17 seconds left in the period.


In the second quarter, Sheridan’s offense exploded — scoring three straight touchdowns. The Yellowjackets defense would force a safety with 22 seconds left in the second, setting up a Brandon Bennett 12-yard touchdown to make the game 39-0 at halftime.


The Yellowjackets scored once in the second half off a 15-yard run by Taylor McGarity to make the final score 46-0.


Sheridan finished with 356 yards of total offense off 41 plays. The Yellowjackets had a strong game on the ground as they totaled 256 yards rushing on 37 attempts. Brockton Brown led Sheridan with 132 yards and two touchdowns on 12 attempts.


The Yellowjackets will host Pine Bluff next Friday.


DeWitt 19, Dumas 14


DUMAS — The Dumas Bobcats clawed their way back from a 13-0 first half deficit Friday night to take 14-13 lead over DeWitt, but couldn’t seal the deal after forcing a late fumble and dropped a 19-14 Senior Night battle in an 8-4A Conference game at Tidwell Field.


DeWitt quarterback Jake Rieves scored from the two with 36 seconds left after connecting with Dayne Vancamp for 23 yards on a fourth-and-13 play from the 25 with less than a minute left. The two-point try failed, but it didn’t matter as the Dragons’ Drew Boyd intercepted a pass at his 45 with 24.3 seconds remaining and DeWitt (2-6, 1-4 in 8-4A) ran out the clock on the Bobcats (1-7, 0-5).


DeWitt took a 6-0 lead on a 35-yard run out of punt formation by Javean Davis on fourth-and-three as time ran out in the first period. Zac Horner kicked the Dragons ahead 7-0.


A 50-yard swing pass from Rieves to Jamarious Bradford set up a 2-yard TD run by Charles Dabner on DeWitt’s next possession, but the PAT was wide and the margin remained 13-0.


The Bobcats, who had a 99-yard touchdown pass called back on a holding call after recovering a fumble at the Dragon 1 and had players open for potential touchdowns on two long throws when the game was scoreless, got on the board with a 1-yard quarterback keeper by Ladarius Harris with 7:44 left in the third period.


Dumas then went ahead on a 12-yard interception return by Zarion Henderson with 11:08 remaining in the game. The second of two PATs by Jairo Ramirez gave the Bobcats a 14-13 lead and when Harris recovered a DeWitt fumble at the Dumas 25 with 7:05 left, it appeared all the Bobcats needed were a couple of first downs to run out the clock. They made one, but when a long third-down pass from the 34 to J.C. Spinks went incomplete, as it appeared he was hit before the ball arrived and there was no call on the play, Dumas had to kick it away.


DeWitt started at its 43 with 4:44 left and overcame fourth down twice before Rieve’s touchdown that made the difference, 19-14.


Dumas visits Monticello Friday in a battle to climb out of the 8-4A cellar, while DeWitt hosts Star City.


Woodlawn 54, Beekman Charter (La.) 0


WOODLAWN — The Woodlawn Bears (6-2, 4-1 in 8-2A) used their dominate running game against Beekman Charter (La.) to secure the win Friday night.


The Bears offensive line pushed around Beekman Charter all night as the Bears used their running game to give them a 32-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Bears carried that same momentum in the second quarter as they scored two more times to make the game 48-0 at halftime.


The Bears rushed for one more touchdown to make the final score 54-0. The Bears never attempted a pass all night.


"Our offensive line and our defensive line dominated this game," Woodlawn coach Zach Branch said. " We kept putting them in tough positions all night and our team capitalized. It was definitely a team effort."


The Bears leading rusher was Jeffrey Jones with four touchdowns and around 200 yards on the night.


"Our team is pretty focused right now," Branch said. "We know we have some tough opponents coming up so we keep trying to get better and healthy to get ready for the playoffs."


Woodlawn will play 8-2A Conference opponent Junction City next Friday.


McGehee 57, Lake Village 7


LAKE VILLAGE — The McGehee Owls (6-2, 5-0 in 8-3A) jumped all over Lake Village (1-6, 1-3) on Friday night.


The Owls scored quickly in the game jumping out to a 15-0 lead early in the first quarter. In the second quarter, the Owls ran away with the game scoring five straight times before allowing a Lake Village touchdown late in the second quarter to make the game 50-7 at halftime.


The Owls defense was the key in the second half as they shutout the Lake Village offense for the rest of the game. The Owls would score one more time in the second half to make the final score of the game 57-7.


The Owls will hope to stay undefeated in conference play at home next Friday against Smackover.


• Other score: Helena-West Helena Central 26, Stuttgart 7


— Terry Hawkins contributed to this article.