The Pingree football team shows no sign of slowing down, in fact, four games into the 2013 season — the numbers just continue to get better and better for the undefeated Highlanders.
After last week’s impressive road win to Hamden Hall in Connecticut, Pingree once again put up stunning numbers with a 58-0 victory over Kents Hill (Maine) in its largest-ever shutout win in school history.
What’s more is that Highlanders (4-0) have had 50 or more points in the past three games and have manufactured 198 points in the first four wins this season.
Quarterback Griffin Beal had another significant game for Pingree, with a 10-yard touchdown pass to Johnnie Spears and also added 60-yard TD run himself. Beal completed 7 of 11 passes for 127 yards and also ran for 77 yards.
As a team, the Highlanders rushed for over 350 yards with Maxx Trotsky leading the way with 95 yards on his touchdown run. Sal Fazzio had six carries for 85 yards, including two touchdowns. Tom Zaleski (66 yards rushing) and spears (38) also added rushing scores.
Kicker Erik Fyrer was a perfect 8-for-8 on point after attempts, as Pingree scored at least a pair of touchdowns in all four quarters.