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BOERNE — Boerne Geneva’s 21-point outburst in the first quarter was all the Eagles needed to beat Faith Academy of Marble Falls 44-0 on Sept. 3.

The Eagles (2-0) used a punishing offense led by junior quarterback Will Langenbahn, who threw a 50-yard touchdown to Tyler Navarro and ran in a 4-yard touchdown to add to the lead. Junior running back Devin Aherns got the scoring going with a 1-yard scamper.

In all, Geneva had 332 yards of total offense, including 248 yards in the air.

The Eagles scored 16 points in the second quarter and seven points in the third.

Langenbahn completed 10 of 19 passes for 219 yards and two touchdowns and had six rushes for three yards and two touchdowns.

Aherns had eight rushes for 53 yards and a touchdown, and Sammy Ledoux caught three passes for a touchdown.

The Flames (0-1) were limited to 37 yards of total offense.

“The score speaks for itself,” Faith head coach Stephen Shipley said. “We were overmatched. We had some injuries that really hurt us. Geneva is a well-coached team. They’re good on both sides of the ball. When you’re overmatched, you have to do everything right, and we didn’t.”