CAMAS — Stevenson had no problem with the rain Saturday night at Doc Harris Stadium.
In fact, the way the Bulldogs played, they probably would prefer a monsoon for all their games the rest of the season.
After three weeks of falling short, Stevenson picked up its first win of the season, rolling to a 61-0 win over Seton Catholic in a Trico League contest.
Seton managed 35 yards of offense in the first half, and the second half was played under running clock rules.
The Cougars were hoping to pick up their second win of the season. Instead, this one was over early, with the Bulldogs scoring three first-quarter touchdowns.
Josh Anderson scored on runs of 18 and 15 yards for Stevenson. Quarterback Colton Van Pelt ran for two scores and passed for another. His 37-yard TD pass to Brandon Van Pelt made it 42-0 before the end of the first half.
Stevenson was not done.
Josh Miller returned the second-half kickoff 75 yards to make it 48-0. The Bulldogs added two more fourth-quarter TDs.
Seton Catholic found a bit more running room in the second half. Quarterback Will Noce-Sheldon finished with 77 yards on 22 carries.
Stevenson will face Kalama next week. Seton Catholic will host Toledo.
STEVENSON 61, SETON CATHOLIC 0
Stevenson 21 21 6 13–61
Seton Catholic 0 0 0 0–0
Ste — Josh Anderson 18 run (kick blocked)
Ste — Colton Van Pelt 6 run (Ty O’Neal run)
Ste — Anderson 15 run (kick good)
Ste — Bryan Griffith 5 run (kick good)
Ste — C. Van Pelt 20 run (kick good)
Ste — Brandon Van Pelt 37 pass from C. Van Pelt (kick good)
Ste — Josh Miller 75 kickoff return (kick block)
Ste — Brandon Campbell 66 run (kick blocked)
Ste — Cody Miller 21 run (kick good)
RUSHING: Stevenson — Griffith 3-14, Anderson 8-53, C. Van Pelt 7-62, Campbell 2-70, C. Miller 1-21. Seton Catholic — James Henkels 3-7, Will Noce-Sheldon 22-77, Jason Gibbons 7-16, Cole Dylan 6-8.
PASSING: Stevenson — C. Van Pelt 4-10-0-70. Seton Catholic — Noce-Sheldon 2-11-1-10.
RECEIVING: Stevenson — Griffith 1-13, Campbell 1-5, J. Miller 1-15, B. Van Pelt 1-37. Seton Catholic — Justin James 1-1, Thomas Martin 1-9.