Earning his 150th career victory as head coach at Adna, K.C. Johnson helped direct the Pirates to a 47-6 drubbing of the Bulldogs Friday night at home.
The Pirates (4-2, 2-1 in league) rushed for 164 yards, quarterback Lane Johnson threw for 200 and four touchdowns, and they never looked back in the big win.
“We’re continually getting better,” Adna coach K.C. Johnson said. “We played well and I’m happy for them. We can compete and we did a lot of good things today.”
Not too be outdone by the offense, the Pirate defense held Stevenson to just six points in a dominant effort. The Bulldogs managed just 170 yards of total offense and were held off the scoreboard until the fourth quarter.
On homecoming night, Johnson also gave a shout out to Trevor Smith and his family for donating a huge fireworks show to celebrate the win and homecoming.
The Pirates will travel to Wahkiakum to take on the Mules on Friday.