It took three quarters for Encinal's football team to get much going on Friday, but a late offensive surge led the Jets to a 34-8 win over the visiting Apaches.

Encinal running back Corey Sails led the way, rushing for 131 yards on 18 carries, with three touchdowns. Sails also picked off a pass in the third quarter.

"We had a rough two weeks, but we did good and got the W,'" Sails said. "We knew we had to get it done."

Sails started the Jets' nonleague win with a one-yard dive in the first quarter, but the scoreboard remained inactive for most of the night. Early in fourth quarter, Sails ran it in from 36 yards -- at that point, just the third play of the game over 20 yards.

Shortly after that, Encinal's Isaiah Hunter took an interception 36 yards for a touchdown. Hunter later scored on a four-yard run to give the Jets (3-2) a 27-0 advantage.

Vallejo broke the shutout with a nine-yard run by Jueit Davis, who also ran in the two-point conversion. Sails scored one last time for Encinal on a two-yard run.

Davis had a fine night for the Apaches (0-4), carrying the ball 20 times for 136 yards.