The Bellerose Bulldogs chewed up the Ross Sheppard Thunderbirds in week two of the division one Carr conference season.
The Bulldogs piled up 33 unanswered points in the second quarter, en route to the 57-14 blowout Friday at Larry Olexiuk Field.
The halftime score was 49-14.
Shep (1-1) opened and closed the first quarter with touchdown runs of 103 and 20 yards.
Tristan Olenick completed 15 of 20 passes for 408 yards and three TDs, and Jayden Randall was 1-for 3 with a four-yard TD pass to Max Taylor in the third quarter.
Randall also ran for TDs of 19 and four yards in the first quarter while gaining 58 yards on eight attempts.
Jakob Kikkert generated 59 rushing yards on five carries and Gage Froese added 48 on nine handoffs as the Bulldogs produced 183 yards on the ground overall.
Adam Rafat finished with five receptions for 166 yards and TDs of 74 and 45 yards in the second quarter.
Caleb Akerley grabbed four passes for 132 yards, including a 75-yard scoring strike-in to make it 25-14 in the second quarter as Mohammad Zeidan converted one of the team’s seven TDs. Zeidan also split the uprights from 22 yards in the second quarter.
Jonas Hazelaar led the defence in tackles with three and sacked the quarterback once along with Jevan Godsmark.
Caleb Holt also returned a fumble four yards to the endzone before halftime.
The Bulldogs were coming off a 49-9 drubbing at the hands of the Harry Ainlay Titans (2-0) to kick off the metro Edmonton schedule. Last year’s Alberta Bowl Tier I (1,250-plus students) finalists and winners of back-to-back Carr championships are ranked sixth in Tier I.
Friday the Bulldogs host the Bev Facey Falcons (0-2) at 7:30 p.m.