Cascia Hall-Anadarko quarter breakdown
BY KELLY HINES World Sports Writer
Saturday, December 10, 2011
12/10/11 at 5:28 AM
Anadarko 0 - 0
Cascia Hall 2 - 2
Key play: During the Warriors' first drive, Cascia's defense harassed quarterback Tyler Melton. On third down, Anadarko was penalized for a safety when Melton was called for intentional grounding while in the end zone.
Key stat: -3. The Commandos ran nine plays for negative-three yards in the first quarter.
Number to know: 55. In the opening quarter, Anadarko star Sheldon Wilson had 13 carries for 55 yards.
Anadarko 0 8 - 8
Cascia Hall 2 16 - 18
Key play: Cascia lineman Parker A'Neal fell on a fumble on the Anadarko 3-yard line, and Abrm McQuarters punched it in for a 11-8 lead and a big momentum shift.
Key stat: 2. The Commandos led by 10 at the half despite having picked up only two first downs, both in the final minute.
Number to know: 7. After leaving with an apparent knee injury midway through the first quarter, Hunter Hart returned to record seven first-half tackles, including two for loss.
Anadarko 0 8 14 - 22
Cascia Hall 2 16 0 - 18
Key play: With under four minutes left in the quarter, Melton threw a perfect pass to Wilson 47 yards for a touchdown, cutting into the advantage 18-15.
Key stat: 0. Cascia had no plays in Anadarko territory in the third quarter and picked up only 13 yards and one first down.
Number to know: 2. The Commandos fumbled twice in the quarter, both inside their own 40-yard line. One resulted in a 6-yard Wilson touchdown.
Anadarko 0 8 14 13 - 35
Cascia Hall 2 16 0 0 - 18
Key play: Wilson put the game away with a 65-yard run with five minutes left, scoring his fifth and final touchdown for the 35-18 lead.
Key stat: 111. The Commandos finished with 111 total yards, including only 34 rushing. They did not score in the second half.
Number to know: 223. Wilson finished with 223 yards of total offense and had 38 carries for 169 yards rushing.
Cascia Hall receiver Erik Testa is stopped by Anadarko's Tanner Dearman on Friday night. JEFF LAUTENBERGER/Tulsa World