The Maryville Spoofhounds hosted Cameron for the homecoming football game on Friday, and fans were not disappointed.
In just over a minute, the Hounds scored on a 52-yard run by Payden Dawson.
Roughly four minutes later, Brody McMahon added another to make the score 16-0 halfway through the first quarter.
Maryville then gave up the first touchdown for Cameron, but answered right back just over two minutes later on a rushing score by Trent Dredge that put the Hounds ahead 30-6 just before the half ended.
McMahon got his second touchdown on a 28-yard run, putting Maryville up 36-6 early in the third quarter.
Cameron ate up quite a bit of the clock before scoring again to make the score 36-12.
Dakota Beemer put up the final touchdown of the game on a 36-yard run, and following the two-point conversion, the Hounds were up 44-12.
Maryville scored those 44 points while having the ball for just 11 minutes of the game.
They put up 492 yards of total offense, and 438 of those came on the ground.
McMahon was the leading rusher with 149, followed by Dawson with 119, Dredge with 60, Trent Nally with 53 and Beemer with 44.
Nally only threw seven passes in the game, completing three of them for 38 yards.
The Hounds did rack up 12 penalties for 90 yards, but only allowed Cameron to convert 20 percent of their third-down attempts.
Defensively, the Hounds were solid as usual.
Tyler Coleman led the team with seven tackles (four solo). Chris Dougan, Dawson, John Schenkel, Dane Hull, Chip Dunlap, Adam Thompson, Jonathan Snook, Dalton Pistole, Brendan Weybrew, Beemer, Jacob Cacek, Jackson Morrison, Nate Colwell, Isaac Bledsoe, Elijah Green and Kade Allenbrand all added to the defensive effort.
The Hounds will head to St. Joseph this weekend to face Benton.