DUBLIN — South Robeson’s Mustangs never got their offense clicking, gaining less than 50 yards on Friday against West Bladen and falling 46-0.
The Knights scored early and often, putting 20 points on the board in the first quarter and tacking on 13 more in the second half to take a 33-0 advantage into halftime.
Two more West Bladen touchdowns early in the second half set the clock running nonstop and shortened the visitors’ misery.
The Knights are 1-0 on the young season, while South Robeson falls to 0-1.
The Mustangs will hope for a better result in their home opener next week with they host Trask.