The Wynford Royals extended its rivalry game win streak to six games as they traveled to North Robinson and defeated the Colonel Crawford Eagles 56-14.
The Royals (3-2) got on the board first midway through the first quarter when Dustin Brady found Kendall Blair for a 20-yard touchdown making it 7-0.
The Eagles (3-2) answered in the early moments of the second quarter when Tristan Cross ran in from 16 yards out to even the score at seven.
Wynford then broke the game open in the final five minutes of the half as Cody Taylor scored on runs of 5 and 16 yards and Brady threw a 22-yard scoring strike to Seth Benedict with 56 seconds remaining making it 28-7 at the break.
Taylor added his third touchdown of the game from 19 yards out to extend the lead to 35-7 after three.
The Eagles would get on the board again to start the fourth quarter as Cross ran in from 6 yards out to make it 35-14, but Wynford immediately answered as Nate Imbody broke a 70-yard rush to push the lead back out to 42-14.
The Royals reached paydirt again 14 seconds later as a bad snap was recovered in the endzone by David Bills and Blair would finish the scoring later in the fourth with a 50-yard touchdown run.
The Royals improve to 2-0 in the Northern 10 and will look to remain undefeated in the conference when they host undefeated Seneca East on Friday.
The Eagles will look to bounce back when they travel to Mohawk.