OKLAHOMA CITY — While Noble Stadium is the traditional home of the Ardmore Tigers, Oklahoma City is becoming almost like a second home to them this season.

OKLAHOMA CITY —  While Noble Stadium is the traditional home of the Ardmore Tigers, Oklahoma City is becoming almost like a second home to them this season.

Friday night AHS made it 2-for-2 in the capital city as the No. 2 Tigers made short work of the Western Heights Jets 47-7.

The victory moves the Tigers to 6-1 overall on the season and 4-0 in district play. Ardmore currently sits on top of district 5A-1 with +51 in the district point totals along with its record.

Ardmore will be back at Noble Stadium Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. taking on Del City. 

“I thought we got off the bus ready to go tonight,” Ardmore coach Josh Newby said. “The kids started quick and did what we asked them to do. We carried out the assignments and played really well. We respect all of our opponents, and we told the kids to play the way we know how to play. I was proud of the way our kids took care of business.”

Cameron Petties set the tone early for the Tigers, as he put Ardmore on the board in the first quarter with a four yard touchdown run, making it 7-0 following the extra point by Raphael Interiano at the 7:12 mark of the frame.

Tero Roberts then got in on the action, doubling the advantage for the Tigers with a 58-yard touchdown run following a defensive stop by Ardmore. AHS led 14-0 with 5:58 remaining in the first.

Less than three minutes into the second quarter, Ardmore made it 20-0 when Joseph Clark found the end zone from one-yard out.

Just over three minutes later, Roberts got his second score of the night, this time from four yards out as the Tigers piled it on, leading 27-0 with 6:23 left in the first half.

Following an interception by Jakwan Anderson, the Tigers were given prime field position, which they took full advantage of.

This time it was Braeden Vance leading the way, as he punched it in from 14 yards out, putting Ardmore up 34-0 with three minutes left in the first half.

Just under four minutes into the third quarter, and Petties also had his second touchdown of the game, with this one coming from 22-yards out as Ardmore stretched its advantage to 41-0.

The game was put away with less than two minutes to go in the fourth when Jaamarre Williams scored his first touchdown of the season with a 27-yard scamper, leaving AHS in front 47-0.

Western Heights got a late consolation score with 3:10 in the fourth when Tra’Jean Hargro ran in from two yards out for the touchdown.

The seven points is the fewest allowed this season by the Tigers defense.

Petties finished the game with 11 carries for 111 yards and two touchdowns.

Clark totaled eight carries for 53 yards and one touchdown against the Jets in the contest.

Vance ran the ball three times for 41 yards with one TD in the game.