Class 2A powerhouse Refugio (Texas)
posted an eye-popping score on Friday night with its 91-6 drubbing of Freer (Texas)
Refugio, which was a Class 2A-II semifinalist a year ago, is no stranger to blowout victories.
In 2010, the team posted 70 or more points in four games, including a 70-0 win over Freer.
Such high point totals, more common in 6-man and 8-man football, are less common in 11-man football, even among teams in smaller classifications.
Last week, on the eve of a 82-6 victory over Kaufer (Riviera, Texas), Refugio head coach Jason Herring told a local newspaper that his team strives for perfection on defense and was disappointed to have allowed 28 points total in its first four games.
"We've given up 28 points, had two shutouts in a row, and we've been absolutely disgusted and worried about defense," Herring told the Victoria Advocate.
Refugio is now 6-0, winning each game by an average of over 57 points.