Sierra Vista scored on its first four possessions and rolled to a 45-8 road victory over Rancho on Friday.
Bryan Lagrange ran for 97 yards and two touchdowns, and Oscar Aliaga threw for 67 yards and two touchdowns for Sierra Vista (2-0).
Sierra Vista scored on the second play from scrimmage when Lagrange ran it in from 39 yards out. The Mountain Lions would score three more times in the first quarter with a 32-yard run from Lopaka Kolone, and 18-yard reception by Chevy Eliu, and an 8-yard run by Jazson Zibert.
Lagrange added a 42-yard touchdown run to start the second quarter, giving Sierra Vista a 35-0 lead and triggering the runing clock.
Sierra Vista would add one more touchdown before the half when Aliaga connected with Jaxson Zibert for a 38-yard reception.
Rancho (0-2) showed faint signs of life in the third quarter when it faked a punt, and Derrick Jones ran the ball 11 yards to pick up the first down. That drive ended with Rancho’s only score of the night when Noah Fuller connected with Jonathsan Gunter for a 51-yard touchdown pass.
Trevor Gentner added a 36-yard field goal for Sierra Vista to close the scoring.