Eldridge "E.J." Thomas scored three touchdowns and the Edison defense forced six turnovers as the Red Raiders dismantled Homestead at Curtis Park.
After getting shutout in Week 1 against Southridge, Edison (1-1) reciprocated that punishment on Homestead (1-1) with a shutout of its own.
Thomas: Rushed for 150 yards on 23 carries.
Malcolm Vigile: The quarterback gained 81 yards on the ground, including a 53-yard touchdown on the opening drive.
THEY SAID IT
"All week the offensive line was saying 'We've got to put our team on our back.'"
— Keldrick Cesar, Edison offensive tackle