STAMPS - Two games into the 2019 season, Parkers Chapel’s offense ranks as of the state’s most productive units.
A week after scoring 63 points, the Trojans erupted for 48 points, doing all of their damage in the first half en route to a 48-6 win at Lafayette County Friday night.
Caleb Jacobs threw four touchdown passes and ran for another, while Kori Morris scored on runs of 5 and 10 yards in the win.
All four of Jacobs’ touchdown passes went to different receivers.
The Trojans (2-0) host Foreman next week seeking their second 3-0 start in three years.
“Any win is a good win, but we still have got to get better,” said Parkers Chapel coach Elliot Jacobs. “We still made mistakes that could’ve hurt us.”
Jacobs threw the first of his quartet of touchdown passes to Lancer Clark to open the scoring.
Morris then scored on his aforementioned 5-yard run with Preston Stivender’s extra point making it 13-0.
The Trojans extended their lead thanks to Stivender, who hauled in an 8-yard pass from Jacobs and kicked the extra point to make it 20-0.
Jacobs then scampered 40 yards to paydirt with Stivender booting the extra point to give the Trojans a 27-0 edge.
The Trojans led by the same score after the opening period, but added to their lead in the second period with Trace Shoup catching a 15-yard strike from Jacobs with Stivender’s extra point making it 34-0.
After the Cougars (0-2) dented the scoreboard, the Trojans responded with Jacobs throwing his final touchdown pass to Tyler Killingsworth, a 40-yard strike, that pushed the lead to 41-6 with Stivender’s extra point.
Morris capped the scoring in the half with a 10-yard run and Stivender’s sixth extra point made the final margin.