Claremore Christian receiver Griffin Parrott (13) catches a deep pass against Foyil in the season opener Aug. 28. Parrott caught four passes for 141 yards against Porum last week, including a 75-yard touchdown on fourth-and-long in the second quarter.

If Claremore Christian can be stopped, Porum certainly didn’t unveil the blueprints for doing so.

The Warriors kept steamrolling along Friday night, blasting Porum 56-12 to improve to 3-0 on the season. CCS is averaging 54 points per game, outscoring opponents 166-54.

Bryan Vickers was dominant once again from the quarterback position, throwing for 194 yards and two touchdowns on 9-of-19 passing while also taking nine carries for 83 yards and a score.

His favorite target was Griffin Parrott, who finished with 141 yards and a touchdown on only four receptions – about 35.3 yards per catch. The highlight of the night came when Vickers hit Parrott for a 75-yard touchdown strike on fourth-and-14 to increase the Warrior lead to 26-6 with 5:07 remaining in the first half.

Eli Klepczyk finished with three touchdowns as well, rushing for two and catching one. He managed 81 yards rushing on 10 carries and caught five passes for 53 yards.

Ethan Pilant led CCS on the ground, though, racking up 103 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries – about 12.9 yards per carry. MJ Brogdon scored as well, finishing with 50 yards on six touches.

The Warriors tallied 532 yards in all on 55 plays with 338 yards rushing, averaging about 9.4 yards per carry.

CCS hosts Bluejacket in its home opener at 7 p.m Friday. The Chieftains enter the contest 1-1 after defeating Chetopa (Kan.) 58-18 Thursday night.

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