Madison bounced on Waverly early, scoring 29 points in the first quarter in route to a 57-0 shutout over their Lyon County League rival on Friday.
Drew Stutesman was on the receiving end of a 54 yard touchdown pass from Ryan Wolgram during the game’s first minute. Before Waverly could regroup, they coughed the ball back to Madison. Colton Fife would scamper into the endzone for a 47 yard touchdown on the next play.
Madison would get two more rushing scores from Nasun Wasson and Hunter Engle to round out the scoring in the first quarter.
The momentum carried over to the second quarter when Wolgram found Engle for a 34 yard touchdown pass. Wolgram would find the endzone once again, this time on the ground on a 53 yard touchdown run.
Casey Helm relieved Wolgram at quarterback midway through the second quarter but it was much of the same for the Madison offense. Helm connected with Wasson for 18 yard score with 6:49 to go in the half. Wasson would score the last touchdown on the night with 4:26 left to go in the half, taking a handoff at his 11 yard line and rushing for a 69 yard touchdown score.
Madison held Waverly to 86 yards of total offense, while adding 441 yards of offense themselves.
According to kansasfootballhistory.com, it was the largest victory for Madison in the long history with Waverly.
Madison will take their perfect record on the road when they face the Hartford Jaguars on the Friday night. Madison defeated the Jaguars 70-0 last season. The game can be heard on KVOE 101.7 in part of their Area Game of the Week broadcast.
Waverly (0-2) will travel to SCC (0-2) on Friday.