GREENWOOD Tyler Shook directed such an efficient offense Friday that future opponents scouting Greenwood got a limited look at the Bulldogs’ playbook.
Shook was 16 of 19 passing for 292 yards and 4 touchdowns as the Bulldogs opened the Class 5A playoffs with a 48-13 victory over Sylvan Hills at Smith-Robinson Stadium.
The Bulldogs (10-1) scored on their first 6 possessions and 7 of 9 overall. After a 12-play, 70-yard touchdown drive to open the game, Greenwood scored three touchdowns on 4 plays to race to a 28-0 lead with two minutes left in the first quarter.
“It was some fun right there,” Greenwood Coach Rick Jones said. “Our guys love tomake big plays and we thought we had an opportunity to attack them deep and we were able to execute.”
The four plays that essentially put away the Bears (4-7) were a 50-yard pass to Spencer Harris to set up a 1-yard run by Justin Sunde, a 58-yard touchdown pass to Tony Sandifer, and a 46-yard touchdown pass to Harris, taking a combined 31 seconds. That gave the Bulldogs a 28-0 lead with 2:09 left in the first quarter.