The Riverside Chargers' quest to a three-peat is alive and well, including on Friday night when they took down Heartland Lutheran 66-13.
The Chargers did most of their damage early, scoring 54 of their points in the first half.
As usual, the Chargers were led by Noah Valasek. Valasek was six of eight passing for 159 yards and four touchdowns. He did even more damage on the ground, scoring three touchdowns and accumulating 110 yards on just eight carries.
Valasek's primary target on the night was Ryan Langan, who hauled in five grabs for 119 yards and three touchdowns.
Ty Martinsen also did his part on the ground, scoring two touchdowns and adding 182 yards rushing. Alex Berney also got in on the action, scoring a touchdown on one of his two carries, while racking up 67 yards.
Riverside, who has not allowed an opponent to come within 50 points of them this season, looks to continue their dominance next week as they travel to Elba.