Ramos Runs

St. Clair running back Harry Ramos scampers away from Pacific defender Jackson Roloff in the second quarter Friday at St. Clair. The Bulldogs rushed out to a 26-0 halftime lead. Missourian Photo/Arron Hustead.

Another week and another game where St. Clair’s running game carried the Bulldogs to victory.

St. Clair (3-0, 1-0) opened Four Rivers Conference play with a 33-6 victory at home against Pacific (0-3, 0-1) in Week 3.

The Bulldogs rushed for four scores and added two through the air while stifling all but a couple of Pacific’s offensive drives.

The Bulldogs led 26-0 at the half. Pacific got one lone score to open the second half after recovering an onside kick on the first play of the third quarter.

However, St. Clair wasted no time in answering that score just 24 seconds later on an 85-yard quarterback scramble into the end zone by Timmy Hoffman.

Play ceased with 2:47 remaining in the third quarter due to lightning and did not resume.

Be sure to check the Wednesday edition of The Missourian for more details.

Box Score

Pacific – 0+0+6+0=6

St. Clair – 14+12+15+0=41

First Quarter

STC – Jacob Hawkins 25 pass from Timmy Hoffman (Landon Roberts kick), 5:44

STC – Kamalei Bursey 80 run (Roberts kick), 2:03

Second Quarter

STC – Harry Ramos 25 run (kick failed), 8:00

STC – Caleb Smith 3 run (run failed), 1:01

Third Quarter

PAC – Grant Hall 20 pass from Colton Thompson (kick failed), 8:48

STC – Hoffman 85 run (Roberts kick), 8:24

STC – Bursey 48 pass from Hoffman (Brendyn Stricker run), 5:48

Fourth Quarter

No Scoring