BATH - Batavia put up 41 first-half points as it topped Haverling 41-6 Saturday in a Section V football matchup on the Rams' senior day.
"I know the score doesn't indicate it, but I thought we moved the ball well," Haverling interim head coach Mark Recktenwald said. "That's a great team over there. For us, who's had a tough season with a young team, I'm proud of them. They didn't quit."
The Blue Devils started the scoring early, recording touchdowns on their first six drives of the contest continuing what's propeled the team to a 6-0 record and a 44 point per game average.
"They jumped on us real quick, we knew they were going to score," said Recktenwald "It's hard to stop a team like that with the points they put on everybody else as well."
Running back Ray Leach got the scoring started with a 5-yard score in the first minute and a half after runs of 18, 15 and 11 yards on the drive.
Haverling tossed an interception on its second play on offense to Ethan Biscaro, one of his four picks on the day.
The Blue Devils took their second play of the drive for a touchdown when Leach broke free for a 48 yard touchdown.
After a second Biscaro interception the senior, who also plays quarterback, found Taiyo Iburi-Bethel for a 34-yard touchdown that gave the Blue Devils a 20-0 advantage.
Like deja vu, the next Haverling drive ended with a Biscaro interception and was proceeded by a 35-yard touchdown to Iburi-Bethel.
Iburi-Bethel added a score on the ground and Biscaro connected with Andrew Francis on an eight-yard touchdown that ended the onslaught.
Haverling had the lone score in the second half after a 10-play 77 yard drive that was highlighted by a 52 yard run from Kaden Adams. Adams punched it in from a yard out to put the Rams on the board.
"That was a little victory for us, getting it in the endzone," said Recktenwald.
For the Rams, Adams had five carries for 77 yards, Kyle Rinker had 25 yards on 11 carries and Brayden Hess posted 14 yards on three carries.
Leach led the Blue Devils with 128 yards on the ground on 10 carries and Biscaro completed 8-of-11 passes for 115 yards and three touchdowns.
Haverling finishes its season 1-6 and will await seeding in the Connors and Ferris Bowl games for its next contest on Thursday.