ADAIR, OK —
BJ Bradbury passed for 210 yards and accounted for four touchdowns to lead Adair over Oklahoma Union 55-0 Friday night.
The Warriors are down to their final district game, against Pawhuska Nov. 8, and need a Pawhuska loss in either of the last two weeks of the season to clinch the district outright. Pawhuska will travel to Oklahoma Union Nov. 1.
Adair will host Westville for senior night Nov. 1, but that likely won't be the last time the Warriors play at Gene Winfield Stadium this season. Unless Pawhuska wins each of its remaining games by sizable margins, the Warriors will host a playoff game Nov. 15 against a District 2A-8 foe — most likely Kansas or Wyandotte. Adair defeated Wyandotte 53-13 in Week 2.
The Warriors (7-1, 5-0 2A-7) started off slow by their standards, as Hunter Rosebrough hauled in a 28-yard touchdown from Bradbury for Adair's only score in the first quarter.
Bradbury connected with Brock Martin for a 22-yard score in the second quarter and Cody Eby added a 58-yard run before halftime to give the Warriors a 21-0 advantage at the break.
Eby hit the century mark for the second consecutive week for Adair, rushing for 135 yards and two scores on 11 carries. Eby's 26-yard TD run in the third quarter was the first of five second-half touchdowns for the Warriors.
Bradbury only had two rushing credits to his name Friday but both times he crossed the pylons, the first a 15-yard scramble and the second a 53-yard tote.
With the game firmly in hand, the Adair backups took the field in the fourth quarter. Ben Woolman scored on a 17-yard run and Reed Harris found the end zone on a four-yard carry.
Note: Report compiled by Chuck Porter.