WHITEHALL — The Whitehall Vikings put on a show in front of their home crowd on Friday night in an impressive 50-0 victory over Alpena. It was the Vikings’ home opener after starting on the road the first two games.

The Vikings raced out to a 26-0 lead after one quarter and extended it to 44-0 at the half.

Kyle Stratton had another standout performance as the Vikings’ quarterback. He completed an efficient 10-of-13 passes for 197 yards and five touchdowns. He also led the team in rushing with nine carries for 114 yards and a touchdown.

The Vikings were off and running early in the first quarter after an Alpena turnover. A four-play drive resulted in a 5-yard touchdown run by Jackson Cook. Later in the quarter, Stratton hit Trannon Ayler on a 34-yard touchdown pass. Stratton then added a 4-yard touchdown.

C’Mar Ready picked off an Alpena pass and returned it for a touchdown to complete the scoring in the opening quarter.

Stratton put on a show in the second quarter with three touchdown passes. He found Ayler from 11 yards out, Nate Bolley from 40 yards out and then Camden Thompson for a 21-yard score.

The lone score of the second half was an 8-yard touchdown pass from Stratton to Malcom Earvin.

Ayler finished with three catches for 82 yards and two touchdowns. Cook rushed seven times for 42 yards and Bolley caught four passes for 78 yards.

On defense, Jaiden Altigibers had 6.5 tackles. Cook and Kadin Waller each had one sack.

The Vikings churned out 384 yards of total offense.

Whitehall (3-0) will host Montague in a West Michigan Conference showdown next week.