The Lamar Warriors jumped out to a 26-0 lead in the first half against the Subiaco Academy Trojans Friday night and cruised to a 48-7 win at Warriors Stadium.

The turning point in the game came in the first quarter on Lamar’s first posession. That’s when Subiaco Academy’s junior Kelly Hollis, playing safety on defense, injured his hamstring. He limped off the field and Lamar converted a fourth-and-three into a score with 7:37 to play in the first quarter.

On the Trojans’ first offensive series, Hollis, playing quarterback, had to limp off the field again and never returned.

Subiaco’s offense struggled the rest of the way, while the Warriors were gathering yards and points with big plays.

The Trojans’ only score came on a run by Julius Lewis.

The loss puts Subiaco at 1-1 for the season.