The Spanish Springs High football team earned its first win of the season Friday night when they blanked Wooster on the road, 41- 0.
In what was their first game against a Northern Nevada school, the Cougs got on the board throughout the night with a balanced offense where both the running and air attack was on full display. The team racked up 179 total yards on the ground and passed for 231 yards during the victory.
Junior quarterback Tristan Szabo competed 16 of his 25 pass attempts for three touchdowns. Senior receiver Jordan Dudick caught two of those on eight catches and 87 yards, while Trey Hummel pulled in five grabs for 77 yards on the night. Parker Luthy carried much of the load at running back and ran for three touchdowns on 20 carries and 110 yards.
Jackson Laduke had seven total tackles in the game and recorded a pair of sacks on defense.
Spanish Springs (1-3) hosts Douglas (2-2) Friday night at 7 p.m.
The Raiders continued their impressive start to the season with another blowout victory Friday night by defeating Douglas on the road 63-20.
Reed scored in every quarter of the game, and got off to a 21-7 lead after the first quarter that grew to a 35-7 halftime margin. Jack Franz hooked up with three different receivers for touchdowns in the game while throwing for 249 yards and rushing for a score himself. Jackson Carvajal, Alex Casarez and Elijah Tau-Tolliver each brought in a touchdown reception, while Thomas Johnson caught two balls for 68 yards.
Tau-Tolliver not only led receivers with 89 yards, but also ran for another 89 yards and three touchdowns giving him four on the night. Malachi Bibbs made the most of his three carries with 83 yards and a score.
The Raiders racked up 587 total yards as a team in the win.Ezra Belingheri led the team in tackles with 17 and Tyler Curry finished with 14. Reed recorded six sacks in the game, led by Leonard Bowman with two.
The Raiders (3-0) will look to remain perfect when they host Bishop Manogue (1-2) Friday night at 7 p.m. The Miners are coming off of a 57-7 win against McQueen last week.
The Railroaders had a touch go at it on Friday when they traveled to Paradise, Calif. and fell 49-0. It was the fourth win of the year for the Bobcats who remain perfect on the season.
Sparks (1-3) will look to regroup Friday when they return home to face Elko (3-0) at 7 p.m.