By Ronnell Coaster, Courier Sports Editor
Back on their home turf, James Logan played a great Homecoming game as they smashed Irvington 64-0, continuing their rampage through the Mission Valley Athletic League.
While running back Miles Long carried much of the offensive load during the Colts’ previous crushing of American (69-7) and Mission San Jose (63-0), this time running back Damond Beasley carried more of the load.
Long, who has scored 18 touchdowns so far this year and has amassed more than 700 yards rushing, gained only 47 yards this time out. Beasley gained almost 100 yards Friday.
Even on an off night, Long still proved dangerous, scoring three touchdowns on, for him, relatively short runs. Beasley added two touchdowns to the final score.
The team racked up a total of 386 yards. They lead 36-0 at halftime.
Irvington’s offense, on the other hand, was kept well in check by the Colts’ defense. The Vikings gained zero yards passing, and ran for only 143 yards while being shut out.
With the win, the Colts have a 7-0 overall record and and are 3-0 in MVAL play.