SAN MARCOS, Texas (KXAN) — Westlake hasn’t let up during the first four weeks of the regular season. The Chaparrals have scored over 50 points in all four games while the defense has posted shutouts in three of the four matchups.
Put it all together and Westlake is outscoring its opponents 223-7 during the 2020 season.
Westlake (2-0, 4-0) earned its third straight shutout with a 56-0 win over San Marcos Friday at Rattler Stadium.
The Chaparrals have held 14 of the last 16 regular season opponents to a touchdown or less, dating back to the 2018 regular season.
Through two quarters at Rattler Stadium, the Chaparrals look to be in complete control with four total touchdowns from Quarterback Cade Klubnik had four total touchdowns in the first half as Westlake took a 35-0 lead over San Marcos into the break.
Klubnik started the scoring with a 22-yard touchdown strike to Luke Nicklos. Later, he went back to Nicklos on a 43-yard pass play to notch his ninth touchdown pass of the season. Klubnik added two touchdown runs, giving Westlake its four touchdown lead
With under two minutes remaining in the second quarter, Westlake running back Grey Nakfoor avoided several San Marcos tacklers on his way to a nine-yard touchdown run and a 35-0 lead.
New San Marcos head coach John Walsh is working to build the Rattlers into a top Central Texas program. San Marcos (0-2, 1-3) is also getting the full brunt of talented teams in District 26-6A, opening the district schedule with Lake Travis, Westlake and Hays in the first three weeks.
San Marcos picked up a non-district win against Lockhart, 26-25, in the second week of the regular season.
Westlake defeated Del Valle 58-0 last week in the district opener. In the non-district, Westlake dominated Schertz-Clemens and Waco Midway.