The blowouts continued Friday night in the Cook Inlet Conference.
No. 3-ranked South torched winless Chugiak 41-3 at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium and West dispatched Bartlett 35-0 at Anchorage Football Stadium.
Chugiak jumped to a 3-0 lead on a 24-yard field goal from Chase Wilson, but it was all Wolverines after that.
Still, South led just 17-3 at the break after Kahlil Autry's 38-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, Eyob Imlach's 26-yard field goal in the second quarter and quarterback Zach Lujan's 2-yard run just before halftime.
That lead held through the third quarter, then the Wolverines racked three touchdowns and a 28-yard field goal from Imlach in a span of 8 minutes, 14 seconds.
Those touchdowns came on an 8-yard pass from Lujan to Reilly Brown, a 32-yard run from Dante Williams and a 42-yard fumble return from Jared Hudson.
After a flat week of practice and a stagnant first half, West coach football coach Tim Davis challenged his team to get its game in gear.
The Eagles promptly scored three touchdowns in a third-quarter span of 7 minutes, 39 seconds to blow open their CIC game against Bartlett.
"I did throw the gauntlet down and they responded with enthusiasm, and they took a game that was a game and turned it into a blowout in about six minutes,'' Davis said.
West quarterback Conor Feckley said the Eagles (3-1, 3-0 CIC) knew their coach was right about their sputtering first-half performance, which Bartlett compounded with some sharp play.
"Once we get things rolling, we get fired up and get going,'' Feckley said.
Lincoln Tulimasaelii rolled 60 yards for a touchdown on the second play from scrimmage in the second half to add to his two first-half touchdown runs and give West a 21-0 lead.
Feckley, who completed 13 of 20 passes for 257 yards, connected with Leroy Elliott on a 37-yard strike later in the third quarter, then hit Eric Vandervort with a 10-yard touchdown pass to balloon West's lead to 35-0. That prompted a running clock in the fourth quarter as dictated by mercy rules.
Tulimasaelii rushed nine times for 138 yards. Feckley scrambled frequently in the first half and finished with 68 yards rushing on eight carries.
Bartlett (0-4, 0-3 CIC) received a strong game from sophomore quarterback Zyrelle Jones. He completed 16 of 23 passes for 136 yards and continues to look more poised every game.
"It was definitely his best game,'' said Bartlett coach Daniel Esparza.
West's only shortcoming was its frequent penalties. The Eagles were flagged 13 times for 138 yards of back-stepping.
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