It took three hours for Seneca and Easley to get started Friday night. Once they did, it took less than 30 minutes — actual time — for the Bobcats to take control.
Seneca scored three touchdowns in the first quarter and coasted to a 38-0 victory in a game that was delayed by lightning at Green Wave Stadium.
Easley, under first-year coach John Windham, dropped to 2-1, while Seneca, at 2-0, has yet to lose under its new coach, Brett Turner.
“We’re blessed right now,” Turner said. “The kids are playing well. We’ve really tried to concentrate on the little things. We’ve tried to tell them that little things will take care of the big things, and I think they’ve really done a good job with that.”
“They were the more physical team,” said Windham. “My hat goes off to them. They beat us in every way tonight.”