Comer struck on their first possession after receiving the opening kickoff and driving 65 yards in 11 plays. Fullback Daniel Caldwell gained 42 of those yards on six carries. McClure scored on a 1-yard run, and Caldwell ran in the 2-point conversion to go up 8-0 halfway through the first quarter.
Winterboro’s only score came with 7:06 left in the first half, on a thrilling 18-yard pass into the end zone from Jaylen Ashley to Cardri Duncan. A pass interference penalty against Comer was assessed on the ensuing kickoff. The Bulldogs’ point-after attempt failed, and the score was 8-6 at halftime.
The Tigers scored on their first three possessions of the second half.
Two plays into the third quarter, Winterboro fumbled the ball away and Comer drove 55 yards on nine plays. The drive was highlighted by Tyler Holmes’ passing, including a 17-yard strike to McClure and two 12-yard passes to Jordan Ford.
McClure scored on a 4-yard run, and the 2-point conversion attempt was stopped for a 14-6 lead.
Comer struck again after Winterboro went four-and-out, this time covering 71 yards on big runs from Caldwell and Christopher Lynch and passes from Holmes to Jordan Butler and Jordan Ford.
McClure scored the 2-yard touchdown and again the 2-point conversion failed, giving Comer a 20-6 lead.
The Tigers went up 26-6 on another 2-yard run for McClure, which was set up by an exciting 42-yard pass from Holmes to Butler.
The final score of the game came with 1:22 left to play, when Comer’s Martayvous McElrath ran around the right end and raced 44 yards down the sideline. Jordan Mathews ran in the two-point conversion, bringing the final score to 32-6.
Comer climbs to 4-1 on the season, while Winterboro is still working to get into the win column. Comer plays next week at Leeds, while Winterboro travels to Loachapoka.