Washington-Marion’s William Carswell caught a pair of long touchdown passes, but Sulphur used its power run game to win 28-20 to close out the SPOT Therapy/Billy Navarre Jamboree Friday night.
Sulphur junior tailback Dylan McFarlain rushed for 193 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries and fullbacks Emanuel Brady and Jace Dufresne added a touchdown each as the Tors ran for 249 yards.
After forcing Washington-Marion to punt on its first possession, McFarlain carried the ball four times for 39 yards and sophomore fullback Emanuel Brady finished off the drive with an 8-yard touchdown while carrying several defenders into the end zone.
McFarlain scored on a 1-yard run with 9:08 left in the second half and Dufresne added a 5-yard touchdown run with 2:10 left in the game for a 28-12 lead.
Braylen Walker’s 21-yard catch from Jacob Clark put the Tors up 14-0 just before halftime.
Washington-Marion scored three touchdowns over 59 yards, but had another called back on a penalty.
Down 8-0, the Charging Indians looked like they had a chance to tie the game when Devin Williams threw a 34-yard touchdown to Carswell on fourth down, but Carswell was called for an illegal touch.
Carswell finally found the end zone with 8:46 left in the second half when Williams hit him in stride for an 81-yard touchdown. He also scored on a 59-yard touchdown and finished with three catches for 147 yards. Williams completed 7 of 12 passes for 207 yards.
Washington-Marion got back within one score, 28-20, when Trevon Morrow scored on a 96-yard kickoff return but the Tors were able to run the final two minutes off the clock.