Originally Published: Nov 20, 2010 12:39 AM CDT

Stephany Speck

Oklahoma Sports Staff Writer


WAGONER, Oklahoma -- The Wagoner Bulldogs blazed a path to the semifinals after racking up seven unanswered touchdowns against the Glenpool Warriors.


The Bulldogs blanked the Warriors with seven touchdowns. Prince McJunkins ran in two touchdowns himself and was able to connect with his receivers for four other scoring passes. Jimmy Carter caught a 31-yard pass, Jordan Robinson scored for the Bulldogs after catching a 29-yard throw to the endzone and McJunkins tossed a six-yard pass to Kevin Peterson to bring the score to 19-0. Robinson again caught a pass to bring the score to 27-0 at halftime.


Robinson snagged his third touchdown of the game in the third quarter, when McJunkins threw a 32-yard pass to bring the score to 33-0. Malcolm Love punched in a three-yard run to bring the score to 40-0.


The Warriors struggled to answer, unable to contend with the Bulldogs.


McJunkins took a breather in the fourth quarter, allowing backup quarterback Jake Ramos to see some action. The Bulldogs’ Lawrence Evitt posted the seventh and final touchdown on a 15-yard run, bringing the score to 46-0.


The Bulldogs, now 12-0, will face the Catoosa Indians (10-2), whom they beat 48-14 in the regular season.