The Coleville High School football team remained perfect on the year with a 60-20 win over the Big Pine Warriors Saturday.
The Wolves took the lead on the third play of the game when quarterback Jason Peters broke up the middle for a 37-yard touchdown run.
Peters scored on the conversion run to take the early 8 point lead.
Trevor Anderson intercepted a pass to kill Big Pine's first drive and Peters later capped a six-play drive with a one-yard sneak to put the Wolves up 14-0.
Anderson caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Peters early in the second quarter to give Coleville a 22-0 lead.
Big Pine threatened to score late in the second quarter but the Wolves defense stiffened with a goal line stand at the 1-yard line to keep Big Pine out of the end zone.
Peters led the Wolves offensively with 130 yards rushing and four touchdown runs.
He also threw for two touchdowns on an 11-for-19 for 148-yard passing performance. Emmi Sandoval rushed for 58 yards and scored on an 8-yard run.
John Hall added 18 yards rushing on his first carries of the season. Colton Ward only carried the ball 3 times for four yards but made the most of it scoring on a 3-yard run.
The Coleville receivers were led by Dylan Hudson with 72 yards and a a 27-yard touchdown reception. Anderson added 50 yards receiving and Marco Barajas scored on two conversion receptions ending his day with 15 yards in receptions.
The Wolves defense was led by middle linebacker Sean Sherlock with one solo, 15 assists and one fumble recovery. Peters also had a solid defensive effort with two solos, seven assists, one fumble recovery, and one interception. Terrence Garcia had 11 assists, Will Goode had two solos and five assists, and Barajas had two solos and eight assists.
Coleville travels to McDermitt on Saturday for a game beginning a 1 p.m.