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|Vidalia falls to OCS|
Ouachita Christian scored 27 points in the first quarter and cruised past Vidalia 53-0 Friday in Monroe.
OCS took advantage of a short punt to score its first touchdown and then took advantage of a personal foul on the conversion attempt to recover an onsides kick that led to a quick second score.
"I was really shocked and surprised," said Ouachita Chrisitan head football coach Steven Fitzhugh. "Things just went wrong early for Vidalia and we were able to capture the momentum."
Mark Laird scored twice on pass receptions of 56 yards and 43 yards from quarterback Paul Michael Garner while also scoring on a 60-yard punt return and a 99-yard fumble recovery.
Garner also had touchdown passes of 14 yards to Bo Harper and 42 yards to Matt Parker in addition to also producing a 12-yard TD run.
Tri McCoy had four catches for 42 yards.
"Vidalia has a good team and they can still put it together and contend for their district championship because there is no real powerhouse in their district," Fitzhugh said. "I know Coach (Dee) Faircloth loves that school and love those kids and will do anything for them. I know those kids have shown support for him through some tough times. They just need to show that support by setting forth more effort."