Hot Start Keeps No. 4 Benedictine Perfect

Hot Start Keeps No. 4 Benedictine Perfect

Ravens off to a 9-0 record for the first time since 2000 after win over Central Methodist.
(ATCHISON, Kan.) A 31-point first half, including four unanswered scores out of the gate, gave No. 4 Benedictine plenty of cushion to claim a 48-23 win over Central Methodist on Saturday.

It's the first time since 2000 the Ravens have started 9-0, and sets up the opportunity to claim at least a share of the Heart of America Conference championship for the first time since that season.

Just one of several seniors playing their final game at Larry Wilcox Stadium, running back Cameron Fore topped the Ravens run game with 97 yards and three scores on 21 carries.
Fellow senior Bill Noonan spurred the Ravens with 305 yards and two touchdowns on 18 of 26 passing. Christian Haack and Jordan Jackson were on the receiving end of the scores.

The defense hauled in two interceptions and recovered a fumble, but allowed just under 500 yards of offense as Central Methodist (4-5, 3-4) struck a balance between the ground and air attack, totaling 242 yards passing and 241 yards rushing.

Signal caller Nicholas Stephens connected on a pair of touchdown passes, while Kaleb Boghardt tossed another as he led the Eagles with 158 yards through the air. 
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