If Friday night was any indication, it’s clear the Ringling Blue Devils are in no mood to relinquish the district title anytime soon.

If Friday night was any indication, it’s clear the Ringling Blue Devils are in no mood to relinquish the district title anytime soon.

Ringling racked up 375 yards of total offense as the Blue Devils ran over Walters at Rick Gandy Memorial Stadium, winning 62-0 in the district opener.

Five minutes into the first quarter Ringling was on the board as Ethan Johnson got a touchdown from three yards out before adding the two-point conversion to make it 8-0.

Bradyn Johnson then got in on the action as he increased the advantage less than two minutes later with a 27-yard interception return for a touchdown, before Sam Vanbuskirk added the two-point conversion. 

Ethan Johnson then got his second touchdown of the night off a five yard pass from Vanbuskirk to make it 23-0 after the extra point. 

Kash Lyle finished off a solid first quarter for Ringling as he pushed his way in from two yards out to make it 29-0 after the failed extra point. 

Then it was the Bo Mitchell show for Ringling.

Mitchell would reel off four touchdowns consisting of runs from 30, 14, 60 and three yards out to give Ringling a commanding 56-0 advantage.

Chase Taylor finished off the game in the fourth quarter with less than four minutes to go as he scored from three yards out before the extra point was no good. 

Mitchell finished the game with 16 carries for 170 yards and four touchdowns, while Lyle had seven carries for 64 yards.

Vanbuskirk was a perfect 3-for-3 passing for 52 yards on the night. 

Ringling (3-1, 1-0) is back in action at 7:30 p.m. Friday night at Healdton against the Bulldogs in the annual rivalry contest.