The Selma High Saints were shut out for the second straight week in a 64-0 drubbing at the hands of the Carver Wolverines.

Published 12:00 am Sunday, October 31, 2004

The loss puts Selma in fourth place in Class 6A, Region 4. The Saints will begin the playoffs on the road in two weeks.

Carver scored 36 points in the second half and coasted to the victory over the Saints (3-4).

Selma held the ball for over half the first quarter, but was hurt by penalties.

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With 6:44 to go in the first period, quarterback Cajun Pritchett was intercepted by Carver’s Eric Relf, who returned the pick 50 yards for the opening score and a 7-0 Carver lead.

On the Saints’ next drive, Pritchett was again intercepted, this time by Corey Morrison. The turnover set up Relf’s second touchdown of the game to put the Wolverines ahead 14-0.

Relf added an 8-yard scoring run to make it 21-0 with 11:23 to go in the first half.

One minute and 10 seconds later, a Selma fumble turned into another Carver score when Carver’s Randy Thomas scooped up the loose ball and rumbled in for the touchdown as the Wolverines enjoyed a 28-0 halftime lead.

Carver poured on the points in the second half, adding to Selma’s defensive problems. The Saints, who were shut out 28-0 by Jeff Davis last week, have been outscored 92-0 the last two weeks.

Selma will travel to Wilcox Central next Friday night.