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Maur Hill-Mount Academy senior running back Andrew Schwinn runs passed McLouth defenders at Guy Galley field.

The Maur Hill Mount Academy football team dominated from start to finish as the Ravens beat Oskaloosa 61-6 Friday night in Oskaloosa.

The Ravens (2-0) took command from the opening possession as junior quarterback Drew Caudle found senior wide receiver Kolbran Korbelik wide-open in the endzone for the first score of the game. Caudle was not done there. After a three-and-out by the Bears, Caudle scored again on a quarterback keeper from nine yards out. This gave the Ravens a 14-0 lead.

While the offense was scoring at will, it was the special team’s unit that had the most exciting play of the night for the Ravens. After a second consecutive three-and-out for the Bears, they lined up to punt. Senior Shane Sachse came hard off the edge and was able to block the punt. After a scramble for the ball, senior Grant Kocur recovered the ball in the endzone for another Raven’s touchdown. This put them up 22-0.

Senior running back Andrew Schwinn capped the electric first quarter with a 10-yard touchdown run to make the score 28-0.

It was much of the same in the second quarter, as Schwinn added his second rushing touchdown of the game with a 31-yard run featuring a nice cutback by the senior. Senior running back Carter Shaw had a rushing touchdown late in quarter to put the Ravens up 48-0 at halftime.

The Raven’s defense was able to stifle the Bears all half, allowing just two first downs.

It was a strong performance from all three phases and gave the Ravens their second convincing win this season.

Next up, Maur Hill Mount Academy takes on Pleasant Ridge in Easton, Kansas.

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