Andale opened the season against Mulvane and wasted no time finding the endzone on the way to a 43-7 week one win.
The Indians took this game 42-14 in 2018 and this year would be much of the same.
Andale was able to control the game on defense to start out the game. Defensive lineman Cayden Winter was able to sack Mulvane quarterback Tab Creekmore on the opening play of the game, which would lead to a three-and-out for the Wildcats.
Easton Hunter was able to command the offense from the quarterback position for the Indians in the first half adding numerous scores on the ground and a strike through the air caught by Scotty Easter. The offensive line proved to be big for Andale, asserting a push up front and creating lanes for bulldozing running backs.
Mulvane found a bright spot in the passing game, Creekmore hooked up with Cole Diffenbaugh on a screen play for the only Mulvane score of the game.
Andale took control on the defensive side of the ball forcing multiple turnovers including an interception and a forced fumble stalling drives for the Wildcats.
Mulvane will look to get in the win column next week against Clearwater while Andale hopes to stay perfect against Wellington.