By David Knox
Seven different Raiders scored touchdowns as Moore County Middle School overwhelmed Flintville 64-0 at Doug Price Field/Raider Stadium Thursday night.
The Raiders (5-0) posted their fourth shutout of the season.
It was truly no contest.
Flintville kicked off and recovered the kick. That was the Bobcats’ highlight of the evening.
On that possession, Flintville fumbled and Brett Dobbs scooped the ball up and raced 38 yards for a touchdown. He then converted the two-point conversion and MCMS led 8-0 with 4:58 left in the first quarter.
The Raiders scored on every offensive snap but one for the rest of the first half to build a 48-0 lead at halftime, and the game went to a running clock before the half was over.
Will Parker scored on an 11-yard run, Logan Hegwood scored on a 6-yard run, Keller Morey scored on a 19-yard run, Michael McNatt scored on a 32-yard run and Brantley Hill scored on a 41-yard run. Hegwood ran for two conversions, and McNatt, Hill and Logan Cashion also rushed for conversions.
In the second half, Hill and Cashion added touchdown runs and each added conversions.
The score could have been much worse had the clock not continued to run, and coach Josh Wilson took mercy, playing the second offense the rest of the game and letting the play clock run down every offensive snap in the second half.
Up next for the Raiders is Cornersville on Thursday night at Cornersville. Kickoff is 6 p.m.
After an open date on Sept. 19, the Raiders close the regular season on Sept. 26 at Unity.