CALDWELL — In just two weeks, Caldwell has dominated its competition on both sides of the football. This time around, the Blue Jays cruised to a 52-6 home victory over South Central Border League opponent Flinthills last Friday.

With the win, Caldwell improved to 2-0 overall, which included a 52-6 road win at South Haven one week earlier to open the season. The Blue Jays will next host Cedar Vale/Dexter on Sept. 20. The Spartans are also 2-0 this season following a 66-20 home win over South Haven.

As for Flinthills, it fell to 0-2 overall as it will next travel to Oxford for another SCBL matchup on Sept. 20. The Wildcats are currently 1-1 overall following a 48-0 loss at Sedan.

Caldwell stormed out of the gates to a 22-0 lead in the opening quarter on Friday. Jude Stow got things started with a five-yard touchdown run. That was followed by a pair of scoring scampers of 27 and three yards by Caleb Noyes.

The Mustangs tried to make things interesting early in the second quarter with their first points on a 62-yard run by Levi Brown. But that was the lone bright spot for Flinthills the entire game.

The Blue Jays responded with two more scores before the break on a one-yard run by Colby Lee and a 54-yard punt return for six by Noyes, bumping the Caldwell lead to 36-6 at the intermission.

Caldwell eventually put the game away with two more scores in the third quarter. Noyes ran into the end zone on both touchdowns from eight and 18 yards out. He also had the conversion run on the final score to end the contest on the eight-man mercy rule.

CHS had a 292-117 edge in total yards for the game, as well as a 16-4 advantage in first downs.

Stow had a game-high 125 yards rushing for the Blue Jays with a touchdown. Noyes had four rushing touchdowns, carrying the ball 11 times for 78 yards, while also completing four of his six passes for 60 yards.

Brown hit the century mark for Flinthills, rushing the ball 17 times for 100 yards and a touchdown.