During the week leading up to their game against Maud, Wilson head coach Kenny Ridley had warned his players to remain focused on the task at hand despite Homecoming being in full swing.

During the week leading up to their game against Maud, Wilson head coach Kenny Ridley had warned his players to remain focused on the task at hand despite Homecoming being in full swing.

The message was obviously heard loud and clear as the Eagles cruised to a comfortable 54-6 victory over Maud Friday night at Skinny Stewart Stadium, giving them their first 5-0 start since 2005.

It was also the third straight game the Eagles have scored 50 or more points.

Wilson managed to score 28 points in the first quarter, with Hayden Mantooth scoring a pair of touchdowns from one and three yards out.

Trevor Schaaf also had a pair of rushing touchdowns from 37 and 49 yards out, while Logan Schaaf scored two touchdowns, with one coming off an 85-yard interception return, as well as a three-yard rushing touchdown.

Maud managed its only points of the game in the first quarter off a 48-yard touchdown pass, making the score at that time 12-6 in favor of the Eagles. 

Luke Honea had the only score for the Eagles in a relatively quiet second quarter, as he caught a 17-yard pass from Logan Schaaf to make it 34-6 going into halftime. 

Wilson poured on the offense in the third quarter as Ethan Lowery scored from one yard out to make it 40-6, before Hunter Wyatt got his first touchdown of the night, this one from 10-yards out to make it 46-6, before adding the two-point conversion.

Wyatt would finish off the game in the fourth quarter as he caught a two-yard touchdown pass from Carson Fulton.

Trevor Schaaf led the Eagles with five carries for 111 yards and two touchdowns, with Wyatt finishing with three carries for 43 yards and one touchdown. 

Logan Schaaf had nine carries for 40 yards, while also going 4-of-6 passing for 73 yards with one touchdown. Carson Fulton finished the game 3-of-4 passing for 27 yards and one touchdown. 

Wilson will open district play at 7:30 p.m. Friday night against Waurika at Skinny Stewart Stadium.