Sink rushes for 198 yards, 6 TDs in 47-0 win over Cache
ANADARKO - Sheldon Wilson? Nope, that guy graduated. Traymayne Wauahdooah? Guess again, Wilson's heir-apparent was attached to the sidelines on crutches.
The name you need to remember now is R.J. Sink, and the junior did his best impression of Wilson, the state's all-time touchdown scorer, on Friday night hitting the endzone six times as Anadarko rolled to a 47-0 win over Cache to open District 4A-1 play in Warrior Stadium.
Sink looked a lot like the same kind of running back that helped lead Anadarko to the 3A state championship last season, racing for 144 yards in the first half alone and showing an ability to not only shake by a would-be tackler, but also get yards after contact.
Sink would finish with 198 yards on 20 carries and six touchdowns. However, the shifty back was quick to point out that his teammates did just as much or more work than he did in making the run game successful.
"It feels good. I just want to do my best, work hard and run as hard as I can," Sink said. "All I am trying to do is help the team out and do whatever I can for this team. I am a team player. One unit."
All in all, just another night for Anadarko's offense.
"I'm going to do a better job this year of touting our offensive line," Anadarko head coach Kent Jackson said. "They are the heart of team on both sides of the ball, both on offense and defense and we have five seniors up front and we expect them to do a great job no matter who is back there."
Sink was also happy to heap praise on the guys up front for opening the holes all night.