The DeKalb Middle School Saints opened with the flurry Thursday night, scoring 24 points in the first quarter enroute to a 30-14 victory over the Jackson County Blue Devils in Smithville.
The first touchdown came with 3:57 left as Luke Boss scored on a 75 yard touchdown run. The two point conversion by Dustin Warner was good and the Saints led 8-0.
Boss scored again with 1:36 left, this time on a six yard touchdown run. The two point conversion run by Braxton Howell was good and the Saints led 16-0.
The Saints' defense got points with five seconds left in the first quarter as Hunter Stone returned a Blue Devils fumble for 14 yards and a touchdown. The two point conversion by A.J. Mooneyham was good and the Saints led 24-0 at the end of the first quarter.
In the second quarter with 3:38 to go, Justin Bone scored on a one yard touchdown run. The two point conversion attempt was no good but the Saints held a commanding 30-0 lead.