It was the Eagles’ second fumble return for a touchdown in the game.
Early in the third quarter, Eagles’ safety Orlando Sheets blitzed and pummeled Ardmore quarterback Jeff Surrell from his blind side, forcing a fumble on an attempted pass.
Jacob Lamb scooped up the fumble and scored from the 12 for a 32-0 Del City lead.
The Eagles were content for much of the fourth quarter to try and burn clock by running between the tackles with McBride and Anthony Mason, who had 11 carries for 74 yards including a 30-yard touchdown run in the second period.
McBride had 15 carries for 65 yards. The Eagles (3-2) have now won three straight since dropping the first two games of the season and remain unbeaten in district play.
Mason now has more than 600 yards rushing on the season after rushing for more than 1,000 yards last season as a sophomore.
“We have Anthony Mason back there who gets very little credit,” Warehime said. “We have three really good ones back there. I think our offensive line is pretty good too.
“This time last year we were 0-5. This year we are 3-2 and 2-0 in district play. I can live with that.”