When the James Logan High football team is hitting on all cylinders, it is a very dangerous squad.

Irvington got a taste of it firsthand in a key Mission Valley Athletic League game Friday as the host Colts dominated the Vikings in every way possible during a 64-0 rout.

Damond Beasley had a big night for the Colts, rushing for 98 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught a 44-yard pass for a third score.

"Damond played great out there," Logan coach George Zuber said. "We have so many weapons on our offense, and everyone is capable of breaking one off."

Warren Miles Long, who came into the game as the Colts' leading rusher with 719 yards and 18 touchdowns, ran for only 47 yards on six carries. He did find the end zone three more times, however, on runs of 5, 12 and 3 yards.

Logan finished with 386 yards of offense on just 23 plays.

The win improves the Colts' record to 7-0, 3-0 MVAL. It's also the 17th straight MVAL win for the two-time defending league champions.

Defensively, the Colts dominated. Irvington (4-3, 2-2) finished with 143 yards on the ground, but the Colts defense held the Vikings to zero yards in the air.

Quarterback Jeffrey Prothro got the Colts offense rolling, hitting Ferdows Wahab for a 34-yard touchdown with 7:30 left in the opening quarter. Beasley broke off a 41-yard TD run on the Colts' next possession to extend the Logan lead to 15-0.

Prothro found Beasley open for a 44-yard touchdown reception that was sandwiched around two Long touchdowns as Logan jumped out to a 36-0 halftime lead.


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"Coming off our bye week the guys were itching to get back on the field," Zuber added. "We got a couple of key defensive players back from injury, and the defense played great."

Raeshawn Lee led the Vikings with 107 yards on 16 carries.