Nine different players scored touchdowns and Munroe ran away to a 70-0 victory over Northside Methodist out of Dothan Friday night at Corry Field.
The Bobcats had a 28-0 lead after just a quarter in the mercy rule game and are now 3-0 on the season.
“It was a game in which all our players saw a bunch of action,” Munroe coach Danny Hood said. “Northside is a young team and we pretty much dominated them both offensively and defensively.”
The Bobcats rolled up over close to 500 yards of offense and held Northside to less than 60 yards in the game.
The scoring started early and was often as the offensive line of Joey Sloan, Max Baroody, Sawyer Kyllonen, Sean Newton and Nick Reynolds dominated the front leading to ten touchdowns.
Daniel Winburn plowed in 29 yards for the first touchdown. Quarterback Will Harris next connected with Bo Bailey on a 68-yard touchdown pass play. Harris then threw a scoring pass to Cole Skipper on a play that covered 53 yards, and Myles Edwards scooted to a 27-yard touchdown all in the first period.
In the second quarter Sawyer Kyllonen rumbled 11 yards for a score, Skipper skirted 46 yards for a touchdown and Jaylen Lewis zipped 16 yards for a 6-pointer putting the Bobcats up 49-0 at the half.
Second half touchdowns came from Nolan Haire, who returned a recovered fumble two yards for a score, Deron Barkley, who sped 23 yards for six points, and Jacob Williams, who hurried 17 yards for a touchdown.
Skipper added all the extra points Munroe scored as he kicked eight and scored a 2-pointer on a pass from Harris.
Defensively Munroe picked up their third shutout in a row. Sean Newton with eight tackles including four for losses and Lewis with a pair of interceptions led the way.
Munroe has an open week this week and will travel to Jacksonville Cedar Creek Christian for a game next Friday.
WEST GADSDEN AT 3-0 AFTER HOME VICTORY OVER
West Gadsden got four offensive touchdown passes from Quanterrious Knight, and had outstanding defense led by Robert Gordon and Freddie Andrews to defeat Cottondale 28-16 in Greensboro Friday night. The win lifted their record to 3-0 for the first time in the school’s West Gadsden history.
Knight threw two scoring tosses to Marquis Brown and one each to Miguel Davis and Octavious Evans during a 215-yard passing night.
Antonio Murphy added 74 rushing yards to the total helping the Panthers reach a 350-yard game.
Gordon had 12 solo tackles including three for losses and Andrews finished with 10 solo stops.
Israel Grande continued his fine kicking, nailing all four extra points.
West Gadsden led 21-0 at the end of the first quarter and 28-0 entering a final stanza that saw Cottondale rally for their 16 points.
“We started out fast but got a little sloppy at the end, which is something we need to address,” Panthers head coach Joe Striplin said. “Overall I’m very pleased to be 3-0 and I feel we’re improving every week.”
This week West Gadsden will travel to Escambia County to take on Tate, a 7A classified school.
The Godby football team put East Gadsden away early in a 61-0 blowout at Gene Cox Stadium last Thursday night.
The talented Cougars led 47-0 at the half and cruised to their third win this year.
The Jaguars fell to 2-2 with the loss and are open this week.
Next week they travel to Wakulla to take on the War Eagles.
Godby 61, East Gadsden 0
Munroe 70, Northside Methodist (Dothan) 0
West Gadsden 28, Cottondale 16
West Gadsden at Tate
East Gadsden (open)
East Gadsden at Wakulla
Munroe at Cedar Creek Christian
West Gadsden at Sneads
FSU 62, Nevada 7
Samford 27, FAMU 20
Tennessee at Florida
Bethune-Cookman at FSU
FAMU at Ohio State
Florida at Kentucky
Florida State at Boston College