TULSA — The progress Miami has shown the past four weeks took a turn south during Friday night’s 47-0 loss to Tulsa Cascia Hall.
MHS (0-6) was blanked for the second time this season and had a string of three straight games where it scored points snapped.
“Two steps forward and one step back was a pretty good description of it,” Miami coach Andrew Rice said. “Our guys were in position and forever what reason, don’t make a play.”
Cascia Hall (3-3) continued a trend that has seen the Wardogs opponent score on their first possession of the night.
For the Commandoes, it was Lewis Guillory who sprinted 62 yards on the their first offensive play of the game.
Sophomore quarterback Jaxon Henderson then picked apart the Wardog defense by throwing six touchdown passes on six consecutive series to four different players.
The only thing that kept Cascia Hall from making it eight-for-eight was a fumble by Henderson on the Tulsan’s second possession.
Henderson teamed with Jackson Wagner on 47-, 9- and 10-yard scoring plays then went 27 to Brad Hensley, 24 to Zachary Uhren and 73 to Banks Wilson.
It was 26-0 after one quarter, with the Commandoes running running 28 plays.
The first four scores came on drive of one, three, two and three plays.
Cascia Hall loaded its lineup with reserves in the second half.
It reached the MHS 23, 30 and 4 . The Commandoes turned the ball over on downs on the first three and time ran out with the ball at the Miami 4.
Henderson was 6-of-9 passing, with each of the completions for scores. He had 190 yards in just a half of play.
Sixteen different players touched the ball at least once for the Commandoes.
Miami managed only 59 yards in total offense, with 50 of that coming via passes.
Jay Porter and Gavin Payton were a combined 9 of 24 with three interceptions.
Caden Folks was the Dogs’ leading rusher with 24 yards on 14 carries.
The Wardogs host Catoosa Friday, Oct. 13.