KANSAS CITY — Matching up against an unfamiliar opponent two hours away from home didn’t phase the Frontenac High School football team, which took care of business on the road in the 63-18 win over J.C. Harmon on Friday.

It was all Raiders from the opening kick, as they jumped out to a 35-0 lead by the end of the first quarter en route to coasting for the win.

Peyton Brown got the Raiders going in the early going of the contest, scoring on a 41-yard touchdown run to go up 7-0.

The Raiders kept the offensive momentum going, as Broc Ginavan, Brendan Ishimura, Riley McDaniel and Kooper Loy all found the end zone to pad the lead to 35-0 heading into the second quarter.

FHS would go on to score two more times in the opening minutes of the second quarter — thanks to a pair of touchdown runs by Wilbert — before the Hawks hit the scoreboard to push the score to 47-6.

J.C. Harmon would go on to cross the goal line once more before the end of the third quarter, but the Raiders got it back in the fourth, going up 54-12 on a 43-yard touchdown pass from Brown to Ishimura.

The Raiders added onto the lead in the fourth thanks to a safety, a 30-yard touchdown run by Kyle Kubler and a 74-yard pass from Young to Johnson.

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The Raiders will host Labette County at 7 p.m. on Friday.