GRADY COUNTY —
A six-yard pass to Leondre Head meant Pollard had his first passing touchdown of the evening and the halftime score read 33-0 Anadarko.
Chickasha was unable to do anything with the ball to start the second half, but a big punt pinned the Warriors back to their own 39. A 38 yard pass to Mykel Shaw sent Anadarko into Chickasha territory, where they capitalized on a Traymayne Wauahdooah run to take the score to 39-0.
Another Chickasha fumble gave Anadarko a short field at the opposition’s 35 yard line. Parton caught his second pass of the evening and made it to the end zone for his second touchdown of the evening. The relentless Warriors were up 45-0 with 6:22 left in the third quarter.
Morris was able to find Carey on a cross route for a 33 yard gain all the way to the Warrior three yard line. One more play and the goose egg was gone; Morris did the honors, making the score 59-7 with 10 minutes remaining.
Tigers lose first battle
Tuttle dropped their first game of the season to the Plainview Indians in a hard fought battle that came down to last two minutes.
The Tigers managed to recover a fumble, and turn it into a touchdown, making the score 14-13 in their favor at the end of 3rd quarter, but the Indians came back with a drive that yielded a touchdown of their own in the 4th quarter, shifting the tide in their favor.
Tuttle mounted a drive with a little over two minutes left in the game, but failed to come away with any points resulting in the 19-14 loss.
Tiger's Running Back Jesse Gregory had a standout performance, rushing for 93-yards in 10 carries with two touchdowns.
New quarterback Jett Jobe picked up 42-yards through the air, completing six of seven pass attempts, but failing to come away with a touchdown.