The Woodland Wildcats (0-5) are still looking for that elusive first win of the 2016 season, as they fell to the Carrollton Trojans (4-0) by a score of 33-0 Friday night.

Woodland allowed a 73-yard screen pass for a touchdown on Carrollton’s first play of the first quarter, and the Trojans would never look back. Carrollton would score again on a one-yard touchdown run to bring the score to 13-0 after Woodland blocked the PAT. On Woodland’s next possession, it would be forced to punt, but the punt was blocked and Carrollton would be set up on the Woodland 8-yard line. The Trojans scored again stretch the lead to 19-0 after another blocked PAT. Woodland would then have another blocked punt, but this one would be returned for a touchdown. At the end of the first quarter, Woodland found itself in a 26-0 hole.

The Wildcats defense kept Carrollton from scoring in the second and third quarters, but the Trojans would find the endzone once more in the fourth quarter to give Carrollton a 33-0 victory.

Woodland (0-5, 0-2) will travel to Hiram next week for a region game with kickoff at 7:30.