“That's the gameplan every week,” Brown said. “Run the ball, wear 'em down a little bit, wear 'em down a little bit and then hit them over the top. That's just what we do.”
And it was a near flawless effort, putting Cashion (13-1) in a big hole it could not dig out of.
“The scary thing about Wynnewood, and we talked about this all week, is if you're slow out of the gate, you can find yourself in a position where you're just kind of in a panic mode,” Cashion coach Lynn Shackelford said. “That's kind of where we got to.”
The Wildcats attempted a comeback, scoring two late TDs in the fourth, even getting an onside kick, before Phillips intercepted Reasnor's final pass with less than one minute remaining.
Reasnor completed 26 of 47 passes for 357 yards and three TDs, with most of his success coming in the second half.
“It's kind of the bend but don't break attitude,” Wynnewood coach Brad O'Steen said. “As long as they were milking the clock and just driving the ball, we were fine.”