The Southern Boone Eagles scored the first time they had the ball and never gave the Hallsville Indians a chance to make a comeback.
There were no delays, no storms and no momentum changes. This game was all Eagles.
SoBoCo got two rushing TDs and two passing scores from Spencer Taggart to roll up a 28-0 first half lead and cruised to a 41-0 win at Hallsville.
The Eagles are, for the first time in program history, 4-0.
The Eagles got scores on the ground from Jackson Sartain and Cole Morris before Hallsville’s offense got a single first down. The Indians had only two first downs the entire game.
Taggart hit Clay Jeffery and Sam Stichnote with TD strikes late in the second quarter for the Eagles 28-0 halftime lead.
SoBoCo only allowed the Indians five yards of offense to open the third quarter, then went on an 11-play, 55-yard drive that culminated in a Tanner Smith score with 5:22 left in the 3rd quarter. The drive was punctuated by punishing blocking by the Eagles up front that signaled the game was all but over.
SoBoCo got one final tally in the 4th quarter when Taggart tossed a screen pass for an 11-yard TD play and the 41-0 score.
Coach Trent Tracy said he was proud of how his team played up front on both sides of the ball.
Next week, the Eagles face the Osage Indians in a battle of unbeatens – at Osage.