Caleb Cunningham’s Big First Half Propels Choctow County to 51-14 Victory Over Mooreville

Choctow County’s star 2025 wide receiver Caleb Cunningham put on quite a show in the first half of the Chargers’ 51-14 smashing of Mooreville High School. Cunningham only played the first 24 minutes, but he made the most of it with five catches for 220 yards and three touchdowns to help the Chargers’ get to an electric 45-7 lead at halftime. The playmaking wide receiver’s three touchdowns came from 65, 36, and 98 yards out.

After Cunningham’s first touchdown, the Chargers took a 14-0 lead when KJ Cork ran a quarterback sneak to go up by two possessions. Then, Jeramiah Miller added to the scoring with a 65-yard rushing touchdown to extend the Chargers’ advantage at 20-0.

Mooreville got on the board with an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, but that did not slow down Choctow County as the Chargers immediately responded with Cunningham’s second touchdown catch and also Miller’s second touchdown run that came from 60 yards out to widen the gap even more at 33-7.

Jaheim Woodard’s 39-yard touchdown reception and Cunningham’s third touchdown catch put the icing on the cake to a dominant first half as the Chargers took a 45-7 lead at half.

Both teams would add touchdowns in the second half that included running clock. At the end, the Choctow County Chargers improved their record to 6-2 overall while the Mooreville Troopers also fall to 6-2 overall.

It was a big district win for head coach Dillon Mitchell against another talented opponent, but Mitchell believes that the potential of this team is better even after a great performance.

“I am super proud of our guys. I wanted to send a message tonight. Anytime we get to this part of the state, I want folks to know. I was pleased with the way the guys played tonight. We played sloppy a lot of times. We got a lot to clean up. We are our biggest enemy right now. If we can get out of our own way and we can clean some things up, we have a really good shot moving forward.”

Choctow County Head Coach Dillon Mitchell

(Credit to Jeremy Threadgill for stats and notes from the game)