The Woodward News


November 15, 2013

Boomers crush Ada 49-7

Woodward, Okla. — Woodward routed Ada 49-7 at Norris Field on Friday to reach the Class 4A football quarterfinals.

The Boomers, 8-3, led from start to finish and bettered the Cougars in every area of the game, scoring touchdowns with their offense, defense and special teams.

After leading 19-7 at halftime, the Boomers broke the game open with a pair of big special teams plays in the third period.

First Lane Reazin blocked a punt that Micah Kee scooped up and returned 40 yards for a touchdown. On the very next play, Ada fumbled the kickoff and Jason Alexander recovered. Two plays later Kale Hixon hit Reazin for a 7-yard touchdown and suddenly it was 33-7 and the game was pretty much over.

The Boomers added touchdowns by Dakota Taylor and Jesus Fraire and a field goal by Alexander.

In the first half, Devon Comstock recovered a fumble in the end zone for a score, Hixon connected with Marlatt for a 7-yard touchdown and Kee scored on a 1-yard run.

Ada ends its season at 7-4.

The win was a bit of revenge for the Boomers, who lost to Ada in the first round last season.

The Boomers will play next Friday at Wagoner, a 28-7 winner over Fort Gibson on Friday.

Clinton and Anadarko also won first-round games, though in different fashion. Clinton edged Harrah 27-21 while Anadarko pounded McLoud 41-2.

Scoring summary

Woodward - Devon Comstock recovered fumble in end zone (Jason Alexander kick)

Woodward - Kade Marlatt 7-yard pass from Kale Hixon (kick failed)

Woodward - Micah Kee 1-yard run (run failed)

Ada - Shiloh Windsor 6-yard run (Todd Penick kick)

Woodward - Micah Kee 40-yard return of blocked punt (Alexander kick)

Woodward - Lane Reazin 7-yard pass from Hixon (Alexander kick)

Woodward - Dakota Taylor 7-yard run (Alexander kick)

Woodward - Jesus Fraire 33-yard pass from Marlatt (kick failed)

Woodward - Alexander 35-yard field goal

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