Cortland LeBoeuf did all of his damage in the first half Saturday, rushing six times for 195 yards and three touchdowns to help host Mountain View’s football team rout West Wendover, 60-8.
The Saints (7-2, 5-1 2A Southern) built leads of 32-0 after one quarter and 48-0 at the half, racking up 255 rushing yards in the first half.
T.J. Engel rushed for two scores and threw for two more for the Saints, who led 60-0 before West Wendover (0-8, 0-6) finally got on the board in the fourth quarter.
LeBoeuf scored on runs of 76, 34 and 45 yards in the first half.
Engel had runs of 2 and 11 yards and hit Trevor Van Kempen on a 28-yard scoring pass, all in the first quarter. He added a 33-yard pass to Justyn Anderson in the third quarter.
Sam Davison’s 1-yard touchdown run closed out Mountain View’s scoring.
The Saints allowed only 125 total yards, with 32 of those coming on a fourth-quarter touchdown pass from Adan Chavez to Jordan Douglas.
White Pine 34, Agassi Prep 14 — At Rancho, the Stars (3-4, 2-4 2A Southern) took a serious hit to their playoff hopes with a loss to the Bobcats (2-5, 2-3).
Tyler Watts ran for a 5-yard touchdown with 22.6 seconds left in the first half to give White Pine a 12-6 lead and start a string of 28 straight points.
Watts carried 11 times for 89 yards and one TD to lead the Bobcats, who gained 260 yards rushing. Devante Valencia added 61 yards and two TDs on eight attempts.
Agassi Prep’s Keveon Glenn rushed for 46 yards and caught four passes for 76 yards, including a 40-yard scoring strike from Terrell Kemp with 3:13 left.
LeShaun Sims intercepted two passes to lead Agassi Prep’s defense.
The teams combined for seven turnovers.