The Chiefs dominated their season opener against the Cougars, stifling Killian at Traz Powell Stadium.
Chiefs quarterback Trayone Gray led the Wing-T offense, throwing for one touchdown and running for another in the victory.
He finished the game with a modest 53 yards passing, but rushed for 138 yards on seven carries.
“He has the ability to turn a normal run into a big play,” Chiefs coach Aubrey Hill said of Gray. “We wanted to run the ball early, and he had a great night for us. Every win gives us confidence and helps us grow as a team.”
After jumping out to a 14-0 lead at the half, defensive back Rashard Fenton opened up the second half with bang, splitting the Cougar special teams for a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
The Cougars struggled to gain traction against the Chiefs, totaling 161 yards of total offense but never coming close to sniffing the end zone or having a scoring opportunity.