Anadarko Warriors Football Feature – Presented by Bank of Commerce

Anadarko Warriors



9-6 – at Harrah 

9-13 – at Lexington

9-20 – vs. Blanchard

9-27 – at Cache

10-4 – vs. Newcastle

10-11 – at Weatherford

10-17 – vs. Elgin

10-25 – at Clinton

11-1 – vs. Elk City

11-8 – vs. Chickasha

Quick Hits:

The Warriors extended their post-season streak to nine, dropping a first round game to eventual Class 4A champion Tuttle. The current streak is the longest in school history. 

Quarterback Cash Novotny threw for 193 yards and a touchdown with 109 yards rushing and two scores in the Warriors biggest offensive output of the season besting Lexington 44-8. 

Anadarko extended its winning streak over Elk City to six games. The Warriors have won those contests by a combined margin of 279-50. It’s the longest winning streak for Anadarko in the history of the series which dates back to 1945. 

Last 6 Years:
2018 – 6-5

2017 – 8-3 

2016 – 5-6

2015 – 8-4

2014 – 11-1

2013 – 14-0


Head coach Chris Paddlety’s quote for the upcoming season is simple. “We attack success. We don’t fear failure.” The Warriors will embody this motto as they work towards their goals this fall. Since last year they have seen improvement on the offensive line, featuring big, strong linemen who can pack a punch. Anchoring this line will be Joey White (5-10, 275, Sr.). Six other offensive starters return from last season, including Cash Novotny (6-2, 200, Sr.) who has settled into the role of quarterback. Novotny’s task will be to spread the ball around to big playmakers. This could mean a lot of opportunities for running backs Zavier Galey (5-9, 200, Jr.) and AJ Davis (5-11, 200, Sr.) to rack up points. Hector Camp (5-9, 160, Sr.) will make a promising target for Novotny at wide receiver as well. 


This year the defense’s goals are stopping the run, swarming to the ball and making stops. Joey White will be a strong asset to the line going both ways. On the defensive side he has another powerful lineman with him in SirDarius Smith (6-5, 290, Sr.). The linebacker crew for opposing teams to watch out for will include AJ Davis and Zavier Galey, as well as Raheim Givens (5-10, 170, Jr.) and Blayke Brower (5-9, 165, Jr.). Paddlety’s coaching staff is Craig Pruitt, Keith Shaull, Adrian Davis, James Paddlety, Brian Borden and Drew Baker. Two new additions include Jacob Offolter for the offensive side of the ball and Kevin Botone moving up from the junior high to help with both sides of the line.