Deyon McKinney rushed for 170 yards on 12 carries and scored four first-quarter touchdowns as Silverado’s football team raced to a 62-7 win at Bonanza on Saturday.
McKinney scored on a 40-yard sprint untouched up the middle and again on a 12-yard carry on the ensuing drive after Silverado’s Jarrett Alipio recovered a fumble on Bonanza’s first play.
The Skyhawks’ Robert Richardson recovered an onside kick on the ensuing kickoff, and Alipio found McKinney on a roll-out for a 2-yard TD catch nine plays later to make it 21-0.
Silverado’s Alexander Reyes recovered another onside kick on the next kickoff, and Alipio scored on a 5-yard keeper five plays later.
Silverado (2-2) then forced a three-and-out, and McKinney returned a punt 73 yards for a score to push the lead to 35-0 on the final play of the first quarter.
Alipio and Garrett Chanice each supplied 3-yard TD carries in the second quarter to give the Skyhawks a 49-0 cushion at half.
McKinney and Alipio didn’t play in the second half as the running clock was implemented, and Silverado’s Nick Muniz provided a 15-yard TD scamper up the middle in the third quarter.
Mitchell Ballard added a 1-yard TD plunge with 7:50 left to play to make it 62-0.
Bonanza’s (0-5) ByJon Large had a 45-yard run and hauled in a 22-yard TD strike from Cannon Reid with one foot down in the left corner of the end zone on the game’s final play.