Different team. Same result. , the Kirkwood Pioneers football team racked up another 48-0 shutout, this time against the Holt Indians Monday night at .
The Pioneers dominated the game by scoring early and often with good field position from three defensive takeaways and a blocked punt.
The first Pioneer touchdown, an 8-yard pass from to Antonio Weston, was set up when Marquis Terry blocked a Holt punt. Ramon Alton scored his first of two touchdowns a mere 61 seconds later on a 4-yard run.
In the second quarter, Buckner connected with Northwestern University recruit for a 10-yard touchdown pass. With only 1:18 remaining in the first half, Jordan Bishop arced a high 45-yard touchdown pass to Andre Harris on third down, bringing the Pioneers to a 27-0 lead going into halftime.
Harris wasn't done. He intercepted a pass and returned it for a 29-yard touchdown on Holt's first possession of the second half. Ramon Alton got the mercy run running clock going with an 8-yard touchdown run on the next Pioneer drive.
The final nail in the coffin came when Kenneth Cummings added a 19-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to bring the Kirkwood score to 48.
The Pioneer defense once again stood tall. They recorded their third consecutive shutout handing the offense great field position all game.
The balanced Pioneer offensive attack scored six touchdowns with only 264 total yards (176 yards rushing and 88 yards passing).
For the second year in a row the Pioneers will travel to Camdenton, MO, on Saturday for a 1:30 p.m. quarterfinal playoff game.