Friday's homecoming game was a big one for the Episcopal Knights.
Through a 45-minute rain delay and muggy field conditions, the Knights managed to wipe out the St. John's Mavericks 52-7.
Having home field advantage, the student section showed out in their pink and western theme attire to support their squad. Right from the start, Drake Bhatia nailed a 22-yard field goal to get points on the board for the Knights.
Adrian Cormier got his first of three touchdowns in the first quarter of 75 yards to extend the lead. By halftime, the Knights were up 31-6 from touchdowns by Nick Mayberry and Cormier. The Knights piled up more points in the second half by scores from Quon Marion, Mayberry and Charles Gauntly.
At 3-1 on the season, the Episcopal Knights are a team looking better than ever.
The Knights knocked off Navasota 28-2 in the opener and blew out Sam Rayburn 47-0 in Week Two. They stubbed their toe against St. Pius, before beating Greenhill over the weekend in a lop-sided 44-0 victory.