The Encinal High football team remained unbeaten in Bay Shore Athletic League action, cruising to a 72-14 victory over Albany on Friday night in Alameda.
After the teams exchanged touchdowns to open the game, the Jets scored six straight times for 39 unanswered points and a 46-7 halftime lead.
The Jets displayed their big-play offense in the first half by scoring three touchdowns on plays totaling more than 50 yards.
Quarterback Andrew Ve'e threw four touchdown passes, Jon Trodder had two rushing scores and wide receiver Bo Banks hauled in two touchdown receptions during the first half. Encinal racked up 666 total yards during the half.
Encinal (6-1, 4-0 BSAL) never punted in the game, scoring on all eight of its possessions.
The Jets tacked on two scores on special teams for good measure, one on a blocked punt and the second on a punt return.
Albany (2-5, 1-3) tied the game at 7-7 early in the first quarter on 4-yard run by Kyle Moore.
The Cougars scored their only other touchdown of the game on a 17-yard pass from Kyle Tannihill to Jarin Panigbatan.
Moreau Catholic 62, St. Patrick-St. Vincent 38: The Mariners turned on the offense and capitalized on 10 Bruins penalties to secure their second consecutive road victory. Running back Jordan Jesbo rushed for two touchdowns in the first half for Moreau Catholic (4-3, 3-1 BSAL).
Despite giving up three early touchdowns,
-- Malcolm Lastra, correspondent
Kennedy-Richmond 42, John Swett 6: The Eagles (3-4, 2-2 BSAL) scored 23 points in the third quarter to spoil homecoming for the Indians (0-7, 0-4 BSAL).
Quarterback Octavius Holley, who replaced Kenny Walker following halftime, went 2 for 2 for 112 yards and two touchdowns for the Eagles just in the third quarter.
Swett played tough the first half, cutting Kennedy's first quarter 7-0 lead to 7-6 on a 2-yard run from running back Alex Lazarides. Lazarides rushed for 92 yards on 23 carries.
Kennedy would answer with one minute left in the quarter with Kenny Walker's 27 yard touchdown pass to Eric Mims extending their lead to 13-6.
-- LeAnn Shea, correspondent