The Saginaw Boswell Pioneers do like playing at Handley Field.
The Pioneers (4-2, 3-1 in District 6-4A) scored on nine of their 10 possessions en route to a 60-0 victory over Fort Worth Carter-Riverside on Friday night.
Boswell's victory comes three weeks after the Pioneers posted 63 points in a win over Fort Worth Polytechnic at Handley Field.
Carter-Riverside (2-5, 2-3) simply could not stop Boswell, which reached the Eagles' end zone in three or fewer plays on seven of its nine scoring drives. Boswell had the ball for just 11:11 but tallied 485 yards of total offense.
The Pioneers' defense had four interceptions, including two in the end zone, to stop Riverside's best scoring chances.
With the game still close, the Eagles had driven 51 yards on a nine-play drive in the first quarter before Jordan Mayo picked off a Vincent Luna pass in the end zone. Jerrell Fisher stopped Carter-Riverside's nine-play, fourth-quarter drive with another interception.
Pioneers receiver and backup quarterback Drew Bicknell scored four times -- twice on the ground and twice through the air -- and almost threw a touchdown pass to Joe Hernandez, who was stopped at the 1-yard line late in the game. Quarterback Zach Files threw three TD passes and ran for another score as Boswell built a 48-0 halftime lead. Marco Rivera also recorded a pair of scoring runs for the Pioneers.
Carter-Riverside was able to move the ball, generating a balanced attack of rushing and passing. But the Eagles kept stopping themselves, with six possessions ending with a turnover or another mishap.
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