Woodrow Wilson took down Bryan Adams, 29-15, on Thursday night and the victory was never really in doubt, just like so many of the Wildcats' other games. Woodrow ended the season with a six-game winning streak and romped, undefeated, through their district matchups.

The Wildcats took command of Thursday's game early with three touchdowns in the first half and coasted on victory. Running back Shaquille Dottin was the first Wildcat to score when he capped off a scoring drive with a three-yard into the endzone. For the game, Dottin rush 26 times for 140 yards and a touchdown. With his strong performance on Thursday, Dottin rushed for 1,120 yards and 18 touchdowns on the season.

Quarterback Piers Christian and wide receiver Andre Plata took over for Dottin after the first quarter. Christian ran the ball in for a touchdown himself in the second quarter to push the lead to 12-0. Later in the quarter, kicker Cesar Moreno banged in a 25-yard field goal to make it 17-0. In the third quarter, Plata caught an 11-yard pass from Christian to extend the lead again, this time to 22-0. Christian scored once more in the fourth to seal the game.

Overall, Christian completed 11 passes for 160 yards and a score while also rushing 20 times for 55 yards and two scores. Plata caught five passes for 61 yards and a touchdown. For the season, Christian accumulated over 2,400 total yards and 29 touchdowns through the air and on the ground. Plata caught 44 passes for 754 yards and 10 touchdowns.

The Woodrow defense bent but didn't break against the Bryan Adams offense. Quarterback Joshua Brown racked up 211 yards on 18 completions but killed several drives with three interceptions. Cougars running back Corey Walker scored both of his team's touchdowns but was held to 32 yards on 10 carries.

With their win, Woodrow Wilson will start the playoffs in Division I.