TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Okla. --
Security Forces roared off to their first TD in just a few plays and didn’t stop the onslaught until topping off a 25-0 shutout of Reserve White May 2.
On first possession, “Five-O” quarterback Eric Huston connected early with Christian Anderson, who slipped past three would-be tacklers for a 55-yard gain to Reserve White’s 25. Darrius Miller turned a fade route into six points soon afterward.
Reserve White, which was down several key players for the game, made it to mid-field from the 20 and registered a first down, later punting to White’s 31-yard line.
Five-O scored in three plays on a Huston long bomb to Miller for a 70-yard gain. SFS didn’t convert any extra points all evening, resulting in a 12-0 lead.
Security Forces’ defense played well, too, as Michael Braxton intercepted on White’s next march, setting up his team at White’s 42.
Facing two-minute-mark pressure, Huston went long again on first down. The ball sailed toward closely-covered Letrelle Hunter, who jumped leaning backward and brought the ball to the ground in his chest at White’s 4-yard line. White’s defense held the line three plays before a six-point reception. SFS led 18-0 at the half.
Reserve White delivered its best drive of the game next. Quarterback Ralph Hawkins hit three consecutive passes, rapidly moving White to the Five-O’s 41. Three more aerial connections marched the team to the seven before SFS took over on downs from there.
Five-O unleashed lightning on its second play, Huston hitting up Hunter for an 85-yard score. SFS later won on the point spread of 25-0.