The Pryor Times


November 16, 2013

Adair blitzes Kansas, eyes Okemah

ADAIR, OK — BJ Bradbury accounted for six touchdowns, the Adair defense forced five turnovers and the Warriors outgunned Kansas 56-19 at Adair Friday.

After two weeks scoring below 40 points, the Adair offense was back on point against the Comets, putting up 43 in the first two quarters.

Cody Yoder, who finished with a game-high 150 yards rushing on 22 carries, scored his first of two touchdowns from a yard out in the first quarter to give the Warriors (10-1) an 8-0 lead.

Bradbury took over from there. He connected with Brock Martin for a 27-yard score and James Eastin for a 12-yarder before running one in himself from 29 yards out in the second quarter to give the Warriors a 30-6 advantage.

He then returned a punt 73 yards for a score and ran in his second touchdown, a three-yarder, with 57 seconds before the break to give Adair a 43-13 lead over the Comets (6-5).

After adding a seven-yard pass to Eastin in the third quarter for insurance, Bradbury's night was done. He ran for 132 yards and two scores and tossed for 131 yards on 8-of-10 passing and three touchdowns, and he also caught one of the Warriors' four picks on defense.

Eastin, Martin and Noah McKight all picked off Comet quarterback CJ Taylor, and Alec Brand added a fumble recovery.

Hunter Rosebrough finished with a pair of catches for 43 yards to lead Adair. Martin and Eastin each caught a pair of passes.

The Warriors will draw Okemah (9-2) in a rematch of last-year's second round contest Friday. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. at Gene Winfield Stadium.

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