Massillon Washington High School (Ohio) added an exclamation point to its now 8-0 season.
The Tigers broke the 100-point marker on Friday night.
They beat Sun Valley High School (Aston, Penn.) by a score of 101-6.
Wow this is not a Cavs score! This is high School football! Massillon Ohio 101 Sun Valley PA 6 pic.twitter.com/Wm5tJNMnpi
— Jeff Santucci (@jeffsantucciORM) October 13, 2018
According to Maxpreps, Massillon scored 56 points in the second quarter alone, going into halftime with a 73-6 lead.
Despite those 56 points, Massillon only ran 12 offensive plays in the second quarter, according to Friday Night Ohio’s Chris Easterling. Five of them came in the final possession, which was a touchdown.
Massillon also only attempted 11 passes in the game, Easterling reported.
By the end of the third, Massillon had 94 points.
The team got to 100 points on a 77-yard run by Raekwon Venson, according to Maxpreps.
That was the lone score in the final quarter.
Tyree Broyles got his third career kickoff return touchdown, the most in school history, which broke a record that stood since 1922, according to Easterling.
Massillon had six total kickoff, punt or touchdown returns as a team Friday, Easterling reported.
ILB/RB Jamir Thomas, a three-star recruit who has several offers from Div. 1 programs, according to 247 Sports, broke the school rushing touchdown record.
Both head coaches spoke with Easterling after the game.
Massillon coach Nate Moore: “We subbed early and often. We just kept scoring. I don’t know. I don’t even know what to say.”
Sun Valley coach Greg “Bubba” Bernhard: “They are top-notch, the highest level of high-school football program, and we’re not.
“We lose our best three skill players in the first (half). We’ve got 37 kids in uniform. We’re in a tough spot. We basically had to hang on. What are you going to do?”