The Midwest Rampage set six new franchise records Saturday during its 66-0 pasting of the North Iowa Bucks in Webster City.
Quarterback Ben Jass threw four touchdown passes, running back Ross Haren set records for long rushing TD (96 yards) and ground yards in a game (266), and kicker Chuck Tack booted nine extra points.
The 66 points scored was also a record.
Jass completed 8-of-10 passes for 93 yards. Gunnar Wyatt was his favorite target with 62 receiving yards and a pair of TDs.
Haren piled up his yards on just 19 totes. He found the end zone four times.
The Rampage led 21-0 after the first quarter and extended the cushion to 45-0 by halftime. Tyler Mosbach finished the rout off with a 63-yard interception return to the house in the fourth quarter.
Shon Osborn (nine tackles), Nick Plueger (eight) and John Elkin (seven) led the Rampage defense.
Now 6-2 overall and 5-2 in the Southern Plains Football League, the Rampage will have a bye week before hosting the unbeaten Southwest Huskerz on June 21.