PAVILLION – For the first time in 2020, the Southeast High School football team played away from Teeters Memorial Field, but the results proved to be the same.
For the third time this season, the Class 1A 9-man top-ranked Cyclones shutout their opponent, this time coming in the form of a 47-0 victory over the Wind River Cougars.
Through three games, Southeast has outscored its opponents 126-0.
On Friday, it took the Cyclones only four plays to crack the end zone when junior running back Ryan Clapper raced 47-yards for a touchdown.
It was the first of four scores in the opening quarter for Southeast.
Senior quarterback Hayden Anderson found senior running back Brant Fullmer for an 11-yard score.
Fullmer added a 79-yard run, and junior Cord Herring scored on an 18-yard run in the final moments of the first quarter to give the Cyclones a 28-0 lead.
Late in the second quarter Anderson connected with Clapper on an 86-yard catch and run score to make it 35-0 heading into halftime.
In the third quarter, Anderson passed for his third touchdown of the game, completing a pass to Harrison Hall for a 6-yard score.
As the quarter wound down, Herring broke another big run for 60 yards and the game’s final touchdown.
Southeast offense racked up 415 yards, while the defense held Wind River to 144 yards and forced one turnover – an interception.
Anderson was 5-of-7 through the air for 132 yards, while Fullmer led the Cyclones with 86 yards rushing on five attempts. Herring added 83 yards on four tries, and Clapper tallied 60 yards.
Defensively, senior Ethan Steinhausen led the Cyclones with 7.5 tackles. Fullmer added seven, while Herring and Hall had six each. Herring tallied the interception.
Southeast (3-0) travels to Pine Bluffs (2-1) on Friday. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.