A rainy and cold day was an after thought at the Bluewater High School Football Championship, as the St. Mary's Mustangs beat the West Hill Raiders in the title game for the second year in a row.
The Raiders could not keep their undefeated streak going as they lost 18-0 on Friday.
In the first quarter, the game was tight going back and forth as each defensive squad came up with big plays.
West Hill certainly had the home field advantage but that did not phase St. Mary's.
The Mustangs first kicked a field goal, giving them a 3-0 lead in the first quarter.
Then heading into the second, wideout Callin Bethune made a diving grab in the end zone for the first touchdown.
At the half, St. Mary's led 10-0 and West Hill tried to get something going but could not break the Mustangs Defense.
Late in the third quarter, Bethune caught his second touchdown of the game.
Then with six minutes left in the game, St. Mary's would get a point for kicking it out of the end zone making it 18-0.
Quarterback Andrew Ryan threw two touchdowns for the Mustangs while the running game for St. Mary's was dynamic chewing through the Raiders defense.