The Coleville Wolves bounced back from last week's dissappointing loss with a dominating 52-15 victory over the visiting McDermitt Bulldogs.
Freshman quarterback Jason Peters had a career day, leading the Wolves with 195 yards rushing and 172 yards passing.
Peters scored two rushing touchdowns and threw for three more as he continues to rewrite Coleville's record book for freshman acheivement.
Trevor Anderson also had an impressive offensive performance, catching six passes for 144 yards and two touchdowns.
Anderson also had 18 yards rushing and scored three two-point conversions.
Fullback Matt Carothers had his most productive day of the season rushing for 63 yards, including two touchdowns.
Javi Pace caught one touchdown pass and collected 11 yards in receptions and 17 yards rushing.
Defensively, the Wolves had a dominating performance from linebackers Matt Carothers with five solos and 21 assists and Sean Sherlock with three solos and 23 assists.
Will Goode had 14 assists and Kyle Tidwell had 12 assists.
Freshman Kodi Summers, Nico Curti and Nik Sherlock came off the bench and played very well.
Sophomore Ben Figueroa also looked good in a backup role collecting his first career interception.
"I was very happy with the performance of our offensive line," Coleville coach Will Sandy said. "Obviously, Jason can't put up those numbers without a lot of help up front.
"Sean Sherlock, Will goode and Erik Stevens really did a fantastic job.
"We also got some outstanding downfield blocking.
"Defensively, we played much better as a team and significantly reduced the mental mistakes that have been killing us."
The Wolves open league play Saturday, hosting Smith Valley with a 1 p.m. kickoff.