EARLSBORO – There was no doubt who had the advantage from the beginning of Saturday's season-opening game for Earlsboro as they easily deposited Pittsburg 90-25.

The Wildcats got out to a 28-0 lead after the first quarter and added another 26 and allowed 7 to take a 54-7 advantage into the half.

Four Wildcats finished in double digits and Kaveon Sharp was one steal away from putting up a double-double.

Trey Herron led all scorers with 16 points, Elijah Stargell had 13 and Lucky Bohannon had 11. Sharp finished with 12 points, nine steals and four assists and Cordell King had eight points and nine rebounds.

Earlsboro (1-0) travels to Stonewall Tuesday.