BIXBY — Shawnee’s last vestige of playoff hope came crushing down Friday night as Bixby blasted the Wolves 41-7 in a district matchup.
The Spartans led 35-7 at the intermission and 41-7 after three quarters.
Bixby dominated the final stats with 517 total yards to just 147 for Shawnee.
The Bixby combination of Braylin and Brennan Presley accounted for 247 yards. Braylin rushed for 128 yards on eight carries, including a 12-yard TD run in the second quarter and a 74-yard scoring scoot in the third quarter.
Brennan caught four passes for 101 yards, including scoring efforts of 59 and 27 yards from Mason Williams. Williams completed 19 of 26 passes for 269 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.
Bixby outrushed Shawnee 229-27 and had 288 passing yards to 120 for the visitors.
Junior Con’Cere Spencer accounted for Shawnee’s only scoring when he took a first quarter kickoff back 88 yards. Bixby led 14-0 when Spencer scored. Senior kicker Kossi Kodoe converted the extra point.
Bixby accumulated more than 300 yards in the first half as it scored on five of six possessions.
Shawnee’s only first-half stop came when freshman Jaylon Orange intercepted a pass. Orange has intercepted four passes this year.
By halftime, Williams had 250 aerial yards by completing 17 of 20 attempts, including three touchdowns.
Heath Hunter of Shawnee was 11 of 17 through the air for 103 yards and two interceptions in the first half. He finished at 14 of 26 for 120 yards.
Bixby smothered Shawnee’s first-half rushing attack as Tre’Juan Shaw was the top rusher with 18 yards on six carries.Shaw finished with 32 yards on 13 carries.
Orange had two catches for 57 yards, including a 40-yarder to the Bixby 10 as the first half ended.
Trenton Skinner caught six passes in the games for 37 yards.
Bixby, 8-1 overall, ran its district-leading record to 6-0. Bixby has tallied 378 points this season while surrendering 100.
Shawnee, 2-7 overall and 2-4 in the district, will conclude its campaign at 7:30 Friday when it entertains Bartlesville on senior night.
Note: Report compiled by contributing writer Fred Fehr.