Arkansas Tech rolls over Southeastern Oklahoma State

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Courtesy: Arkansas Tech Athletics

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – Arkansas Tech rushed for 390 yards as a team, the most since Sept. 3, 2015, and Braden Stringer ran for a career-high 230 yards and four touchdowns, as the Wonder Boys defeated Southeastern Oklahoma State, 48-10, on Saturday at Thone Stadium.
 
SCORING PLAYS

  • Tech 7, SOSU 0 – 12:07 1st Quarter – Chris Eastburn 3 yd pass from Ty Reasnor (Eric Perez kick), 8 plays, 72 yards, TOP 2:53
  • Tech 14, SOSU 0 – 07:05 1st Quarter – Braden Stringer 44 yd run (Eric Perez kick), 5 plays, 87 yards, TOP 2:00
  • Tech 17, SOSU 0 – 06:05 1st Quarter – Eric Perez 45 yd field goal, 4 plays, 7 yards, TOP 0:51
  • Tech 24, SOSU 0 – 13:21 2nd Quarter – Braden Stringer 82 yd run (Eric Perez kick), 1 play, 82 yards, TOP 0:11
  • Tech 31, SOSU 0 – 05:46 2nd Quarter – Bryan Allen 10 yd run (Eric Perez kick), 11 plays, 73 yards, TOP 4:34
  • Tech 31, SOSU 7 – 00:11 2nd Quarter – Skye Lowe 9 yd pass from Austin Skinner (Joel Carlos kick) 4 plays, 66 yards, TOP 0:27
  • Tech 31, SOSU 10 – 12:39 3rd Quarter – Joel Carlos 30 yd field goal, 8 plays, 62 yards, TOP 2:21
  • Tech 38, SOSU 10 – Braden Stringer 2 yd run (Eric Perez kick), 8 plays, 57 yards, TOP 2:53
  • Tech 41, SOSU 10 – Eric Perez 36 yd field goal, 13 plays, 77 yards, TOP 4:36
  • Tech 48, SOSU 10 – Braden Stringer 3 yd run (Eric Perez kick), 5 plays, 47 yards, TOP 1:48

 
NOTABLES

  • With the win, the Wonder Boys remain tied for first place in the Great American Conference standings with one week remaining in the regular season.
  • Arkansas Tech (8-2, 8-2 GAC) scored the first 31 points of the contest, including 17 in the first quarter.
  • Stringer opened his career day with a 44-yard run on his second touch of the contest. Less than a quarter later, Stringer scampered for an 82-yard score to total 132 yards on three carries.
  • In the second half, Stringer added a two-yard touchdown and three-yard touchdown for a career-high four scores. Stringer’s 230 yards on the ground are the sixth-most in Arkansas Tech program history.
  • Bryan Allen surpassed 100 yards rushing for the second time this season, totaling 106 yards on 15 carries.
  • With two field goals in the victory, including a season-long 45-yard conversion, Eric Perez ties Paul Peletz (1997-00) for 35 career field goals, the second-most in program history.
  • Arkansas Tech converted 5-11 third downs, while the Wonder Boys held the Savage Storm to just 9-20 on third downs. Southeastern was also just 1-5 on fourth-down conversions.
  • The Wonder Boys compiled 535 total yards of offense, compared to Southeastern’s 369 total yards.

 
NEXT UP

  • Arkansas Tech’s final contest of the 2017 regular season will be in Russellville, on Saturday, Nov. 11, as the Wonder Boys host Harding at 2 p.m.

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