North Muskegon picked up its first West Michigan Conference win of the year with a dominating 56-0 win over Shelby Friday night. The Norse put up 49 points in the first half and forced four Shelby turnovers on their way to the win.
Collin Schotts ran in a 15-yard touchdown to cap the first quarter scoring and put the Norse up 21-0.
Running back Stephan Smith had a huge second quarter, scoring three rushing touchdowns. Smith scored on runs from 55, 43 and two yards out to extend the lead to 42-0. Alec Cutter scored on a fumble return for the Norse to make it 49-0 at the half.
The lone second half score came on a one-yard touchdown from Tarrant.
Hayhurst finished 4-9 through the air for 62 yards. Smith led the Norse rushing attack with 142 yards on seven carries. Tarrant had a pair of interceptions on defense to go with his two touchdowns.
Lorenzo Madrigal led the Shelby offense with 100 yards on 22 carries.
North Muskegon improves to 2-2 (1-2) and will travel to Hart next week. Shelby drops to 0-4 (0-3) with the defeat, and will host Whitehall at home next Friday.