Wauahdooah scores four TDs in 52-6 win
ANADARKO Traymayne Wauahdooah rushed for 264 yards and four touchdowns as Anadarko won its 18th straight game Friday night, rolling past Perry, 52-6.
The Warriors (3-0) took the ball to start the game, and on the third play from scrimmage, Wauahdooah broke free down the left sideline for a 45-yard touchdown run for a 7-0 lead. It was a sign of things to come.
But first, Anadarko would have to overcome its own mistakes.
After forcing Perry (1-2) to punt, the Warriors took over at their own 16-yard line. Anadarko drove to Perry's 45-yard line before Braden Sweet intercepted a pass by Galen Satoe and returned it 56 yards for a touchdown.
The Warriors settled down on their next possession, Wauahdooah carried five times for 65 yards on the next drive, including a 40-yard run, before finding the end zone from five yards out to give Class 4A No. 5 Anadarko a 13-6 lead with 24 seconds left in the first quarter.
The Warrior offense had a bad second quarter and threw two more interceptions on Perry's half of the field. Luckily the defense was as good as it was because Perry couldn't convert either opportunity into points as Anadarko carried the 13-6 score into halftime.
"We had a pretty good little talk (at halftime)," head coach Kent Jackson said. "I told them we weren't playing Anadarko football. It was the sloppiest first half I have seen in a long time. We didn't have any intensity coming out of the locker room and we didn't execute at all."
In the second half, the Warriors started to look like the 2011 state-champion version.
Anadarko recovered a Perry fumble on the opening kick of the second half and after driving down the six-yard line, finally got some success through the air. Satoe found R.J. Sink in the left flat for a touchdown and a 19-6 lead.