It took 31 seconds for Salina to find out what Adair is all about Friday night.
The second-ranked Warriors took their opening possession 60 yards in two plays and didn't let off the gas, scoring all nine times they took possession in a statement 63-21 win over their Mayes County foes at Gene Winfield Stadium.
"We had a good week of preparation with our skill guys," AHS head coach Mark Lippe said. "We came out and played like we prepared."
The Warriors (4-0, 1-0 District 2A-7) piled up 550 yards of offense due in large part to the efforts of sophomore quarterback BJ Bradbury and his favorite target, junior wide receiver Brock Martin.
"We're not just playing around," Martin, who hauled in 11 catches for 114 yards, said. "We're for real."
Adair built its lead to 30-0 less than nine minutes into the game on Martin's first of two touchdown catches from Bradbury.
When Salina cut the Adair lead to 44-14 to start the second half, Bradbury and Martin were at it again, hooking up four times for 62 yards on the ensuing possession to end any thought of a Salina comeback.
"We'd noticed the corner was playing off," Martin said. "I just hit him with the spot route."
The 'Cats (2-2, 0-1 2A-7), billed as a power team against Adair's speedy backs and receivers, tried to confuse the Warriors from the start, but the results were not ideal for head coach Matt Williams' squad.
"They came out in a completely different defense. We expected a lot of different things, but never a 4-3," Lippe said.
"Even though our offensive linemen haven't played many games together they've seen a lot of looks in practice."
Bradbury was nearly flawless through the air. He hit 21 of his 27 passes for 283 yards and three touchdowns, and rushed nine times for 67 yards and three more trips to the end zone.
Bradbury took a hard hit in the Salina red zone in the second half and was favoring his left shoulder moments before tossing a five-yard score to Martin.