ANADARKO – Top-ranked Anadarko continued its run through District 4A-1 Friday with a 35-0 win over the Woodward Boomers.
The Warriors put up over 400 yards in total offense while holding the Boomers under 100 total yards in improving to 7-0 this season and 4-0 in the district.
Woodward lost its third straight game by shutout and saw its season record fall to 3-4. The Boomers are 1-3 in the district, tied for fourth place with Elk City, Clinton and Elgin for the final playoff spot in the district.
A 70-yard drive on the game’s first possession gave the Warriors all the points they needed.
Louie Farina carried 9 consecutive times as the Warriors stayed exclusively on the ground. Farina got the score on a 4-yard run.
The Warrior defense then struck on the Boomers first play as Adon Frank came up with an interception and returned it 26 yards for a touchdown and 14-0 lead.
On the next possession, the Boomers made their deepest move into Warrior territory.
Runs by Marlatt and Caleb Reddin got the drive going, then a 15-yard penalty moved it to the Warrior 35. A 12-yard pass from Marlatt to Carson Hodgden moved it to the 23. That was as close as the Boomers would get.
Anadarko took over on the 27, then moved 73 yards in 11 plays with Tramayne Wauahdooah scoring from the one-yard-line for a 21-0 lead.
Later in the half, the Warriors made it 28-0 on an 11-yard fourth down run by Brandon Pollard to cap an 81-yard drive. Devon Comstock’s sack put the Warriors in a second and 18 hole, but they got free with a pass, and Pollard’s touchdown.
The Boomers got an early turnover in the third quarter after recovering a Warrior fumble. During the ensuing possession, Lane Reazin’s 30-yard run out of punt formation got the Boomers to the Warrior 27.
Again, though, four plays netted just one yard and Anadarko took over.
The Warriors then went 74 yards in 6 plays for their final score, a 23-yard swing pass from Pollard to Josh Parton that made it 35-0.
The Boomers will be home on Friday to face Elk City.
In another 4A-1 game Friday, Newcastle routed Clinton. 41-7.