By CRAIG HALL
SPIRO—Spiro’s Malik Roberson is already known as being one of the top running backs in southeastern Oklahoma.
Roberson further cemented his place in Friday’s win over Heavener, rushing for 210 yards on 11 carries, despite having two long touchdown runs called back on penalties, in the Bulldogs’ 39-0 Homecoming win over Heavener.
The senior scored four touchdowns, giving him 10 on the season. He also topped 200 yards in a game for the third time in three games. Roberson has now rushed for 630 yards and Spiro is not even in district play.
The win improves Spiro to 3-0 heading into next week’s home matchup with Vian. Heavener drops to 0-3 and opens district play at Eufaula.
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