Elisha Young, Aubrey Nellems and Malik Lindsey each scored twice for Shadow Ridge, which cruised to 65-14 home victory over Valley on Friday.
Eight Shadow Ridge rushers combined for 465 yards on just 26 carries for the game, led by Young, who rushed for 161 yards and scored on rushes of 77 and 67 yards.
Lindsey ran in the first score from 12 yards out for the 10th-ranked Mustangs (2-0), but that score was answered by Valley’s David Smith, who rushed in from four yards to cap a long drive. It didn’t take as long on the next drive, as Young scored from 67 yards out on the second play from scrimmage.
The next Shadow Ridge possession ended with Young’s 77-yard score. Nellems then got into the scoring action, rushing in from 53 yards, and Lindsey broke through for a 72-yard score just before the half to put the Mustangs up 38-8.
Nellems then brought in the Mustangs lone pass of the day a 50-yard scoring strike from Kody Presser.
Brock Schombs, Travis Boston and Adrian Quibuyen each scored in the second half for the Mustangs after the starters were lifted.
Iyen Medlock hauled in a 35-yard pass from Sonny Gibson for Valley (0-3) to close the scoring.