Archer caught a break.
That is: Warner Robins didn’t score on its first possession. It did, however, on its second. And its third. And its fourth. And its fifth. And its sixth.
In fact, by the time the Demons stopped it was halftime. They were also up 35-0. They went on to beat Archer 42-7.
An interception deterred Warner Robins on its first possession. On its second it put together a nine-play, 81-yard drive that ended with an Armon Porter touchdown run of 12 yards. Jackson McCook made the first of his six points after and the Demons were off and running.
Christian Lane’s 33-yard pass to Jalen Addie made it 14-0 with 1:10 left in the first. That score took only two plays, but went 59 yards.
Ahmad Walker made it 21-0 with a four-yard run that finished off a seven-play, 81-yard drive. That came with 9:04 left in the second.
Addie scored following that on a one-yard run. It ended a 10-yard drive that went 44 yards. That was with 3:04 left before the half and made it 28-0.
Finally, Addie hit Porter with a 41-yard pass to make it 35-0.
Archer was busy punting through all that. Minus an interception, it punted four times in the first half and six times in the second.
The Demons missed a couple of field goals in the third. They also helped the Tigers finally get on the board via a muffed punt. That led to a 22-yard run by Wilgens Larame. That came as the third quarter clock came to an end.
Warner Robins, which had nearly 400 yards of offense in the first half alone – Archer had 89 in the first half – put its final score on the board with 7:53 left to play. It came on a one-yard run by Malcolm Brown.
Warner Robins improved to 1-1 with the win while Archer fell to 0-2.