The game settled down in the second half as the Rams worked patiently on offense.
Each team scored 28 points at the half as the Rams cruised to an easy district-opening win.
The Rams will host rival Springtown on Tuesday.
“I was pleased with our effort,” Pappas said. “It’s always good to get a win in district, especially in the opener, and I like the momentum we will carry into Tuesday when we play Springtown.”