Sixth-ranked Cimarron-Memorial rushed for 469 yards, averaging more than 17 yards per carry, on the way to a 65-12 win over visiting Mojave on Friday.
Cimarron (5-2, 4-2 Northwest) scored on its opening drive with a 10-yard touchdown run by Zach Barbara and extended the lead on James Poole’s 32-yard TD just 2:30 later.
Mojave (2-5, 1-5) trimmed the deficit to eight on a 4-yard TD pass from Clarence Prophet to Robert Jameson. But the Spartans responded with 44 consecutive points.
Poole scored on touchdown runs of 32, 87 and 11 yards, finishing with 174 yards on eight carries, and added a 35-yard punt return for a score late in the third quarter. Barbara had TD runs of 10, 35 and 41 yards, finishing with 119 yards on five attempts, and Stephen Nixon added 100 yards rushing and a touchdown.