The Conway Christian Eagles proved to be completely dominant Friday night in their homecoming game against Hector.
The Eagles (6-2, 4-1) amassed 470 yards of offense and held the Wildcats to less than 100 in a 41-0 romp at Mission Field. The win keeps Conway Christian in the hunt for a playoff berth and a high seed in the 5-2A Conference.
Tanner Stevenson had a part in four of the Eagles’ six touchdowns, including two rushing and two more passing. Stevenson, who was 7-of-15 passing for 101 yards and rushed six times for 78 yards, had touchdown runs of 33 and 30 yards.
He also threw a 1-yard touchdown to Kirk Carter and a 51-yard scoring pass to Chandler Ferrand, who had a team-high 82 receiving yards on just two catches.
Andrew Dather threw a 40-yard touchdown to open the scoring, and a 1-yard run by Jarret Bowden capped the scoring.
The Eagles scored 14 points in the first and last quarters and a touchdown each in the second and third. They also rushed for 241 yards, compared to Hectors’ 72 on the ground.
Behind Stevenson’s 78 yards, Ferrand added 70 yards on eight carries. Dather, meanwhile, finished 5-of-6 passing for 128 yards.
Conway Christian will play at Magnet Cove next week in a pivotal conference game.