The defending state champion Dons have rolled through its first two opponents by an average of 54-7, but Grandview Christian is no slouch --winning its first two games by an average of 48-20.
Unfortunately, Grand View started slow, going four and out in their opening possession, and it simply would not get any better.
Off of the first punt, the Dons take advantage with some hesitation by number 19 Spencer Bruess. He was off and running down the right side before finally getting tackled down on the Grand View 39-yard line.
Quarterback Mason Svoboda would get the nod and would make quick work of Grand View Christian, taking the ball around the right side and then to the left for the TD. Svoboda would make it 8-0 by converting.
Grand View Christian would be forced to punt once again, and the Dons get excellent field position on the 38-yard line.
Svoboda would take it down to the 14-yard line behind some excellent blocks. The next play, TJ Even takes the ball around the left side 14 yards into the end zone for the touchdown.
Svoboda would tack on two more right down the middle with a great push by the line: 16-zip the Dons after only five plays.
Another four and out for Grand View Christian means, well...excellent field position for the Dons. And yes, three plays later, it is Svoboda handing it off on a misdirection call to number 11 Damien Sawvel, who would take the pigskin 14 yards to pay dirt after rolling his way into the end zone. Even would make it 24-zero with a two-point conversion.
Unfortunately, another four and out for Grand View and the Dons this time only take one play to make it 30-zero, with Svoboda sprinting past everyone around the left side going untouched for the score.
Nick Mangrich would get the call for the two-point conversion, and at the end of the first quarter the Dons would have 32 and Grand View nothing.
The final tonight...Don Bosco 62, Grand View 7.
Written by Joe Surma, KWWL Sports