Seton Catholic blew past Coronado 45-18 Friday night with its fast-paced, no-huddle offense.
Sentinels quarterback Ryan Bresnahan was 16 for 28 for 274 yards passing and four touchdowns -- including two to Matt Haggerty -- and added another score on the ground.
Most of that damage came in the first half, when Seton (2-0) built a 35-0 lead. Haggerty had touchdown catches of 45 and 43 yards in the half.
"Offensively we threw the ball well and we moved the ball around a lot," Seton coach Rex Bowser said. “Defensively we played very well; we got three picks (before intermission) and we shut them out in the first half."
The Sentinels picked off Dons quarterback Reid Blakey four times in the game and limited Coronado to 84 yards passing off of three completions.
“The defense was making plays for us and gave us great field position all night,” Bresnahan said. "They played great as a whole."
Bresnahan also had scoring passes of 10 yards to Adam Engelbert and 15 yards to Kaleb Krick, and scored on a 1-yard run.
Seton finished the game on cruise control. The Sentinels ran for 173 yards on 26 carries.
Coronado (0-2) finally got on the scoreboard in the second half on a 1-yard quarterback sneak by Blakey. Running back Trey Huff also scored on an 11-yard run and finished with 83 yards rushing yards. Baylor Cloar accounted for the Dons' final TD on a 10-yard run.
“We came out in the second half and kept competing,” Coronado coach B.J. Pasquel said. “We came out and got better. We need to keep building. It is a long season.”