Glenpool (7-2, 5-1) scored a touchdown with 4:53 remaining, but Isaac Masalera did a flip into the end zone as he scored and was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct. After a delay of game penalty, the line of scrimmage for the Warriors' two-point conversion try was the 23-yard line and the pass came up short.
And after getting the ball back at their own 10 with 3:21 left, the Warriors only passed the ball once in their last eight snaps.
Of course, they wouldn't have been in such a situation had it not been for Caddell. All three of his interceptions came on Douglass' end of the field, two of them inside the 15.
"I just wanted to make a play," Caddell said. "We wanted to win district here tonight. We knew if we executed we could go out and get the victory. We're tired of going on the road in the playoffs. We need some home games."