McLOUD — Senior Braxton Hall concluded his McLoud football career by throwing five touchdown passes in a 58-0 demolition of Star Spencer Friday night.
Zac Green recorded touchdown receptions of 8 and 21 yards as Hall finished with 205 passing yards. Green caught a game-high four passes for 80 yards.
Jaden Mitchell caught two aerials for 36 yards, including a 25-yard scoring strike. Mitchell also had 24 yards on three carries.
Damien Dye, a junior, was on the receiving end of three passes for 68 yards, including a 33-yard TD. Logan Wheat had an 8-yard touchdown catch.
Hall was the game’s leading rusher with 41 yards on three attempts. He also notched a 2-point conversion.
The Redskins of coach Rusty Hall also received a touchdown by Mason Nikkel on a 44-yard interception return.
Mitchell and teammate Shane Rodriguez recorded fumble recoveries.
McLoud led 44-0 at the 1:33 mark of the first quarter when the Star Spencer coach asked the officials for a running clock for the duration of the contest.
Because of the running clock, the final three quarters took about the same amount of time as the opening quarter.
Star Spencer’s offense never crossed midfield.
McLoud finished fifth in District 3A-2 with a 2-4 record. The Redskins were 4-6 overall.
Star Spencer ended the year at 1-9 overall and 0-6 in the district.
“I am happy for the seniors because they closed the season with two wins,” Rusty Hall said.