Despite forcing 5 Mulvane turnovers including three interceptions by Mulvane quarterback Ty Redington, El Dorado was beaten in their homecoming 42-7.
"They are the second ranked team in the state for a reason, they are big and physical up front, we had six starters out tonight and we had some kids out there for the first time and they did the best that they could," said El Dorado head coach Dustin Dooley.
Kyle Macy had two interceptions. Isaac Johnson and Travis House each had an interception.
House and Trevor Crain hooked up for a 10 yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter.