Donovan Price dashes past Colton defenders for a touchdown during the Cats' 49-18 win on Oct. 7.  (Contributed photo by Jerry Soifer)

Thanks to a powerful running attack that piled up 445 yards, the Kaiser High School football team stomped Colton, 49-18, on Oct. 7.

Donovan Price, Kiyel Tyler, and Jonathan Marshall Jr. each went over the 100-yard mark with help from strong offensive line blocking.

Price, who finished with 218 yards in 10 carries, broke loose for three long touchdowns as the Cats surged to a 28-0 lead at halftime and raised their record to 2-4.

Tyler (who ended up with 121 yards in 9 carries) put Kaiser on the board in the first quarter with a 35-yard touchdown run. Then Price reeled off a 67-yard TD in the second period.

Marshall (who had 106 yards in 16 attempts) ran in for a 10-yard touchdown.

Zaiden Galasso caught a touchdown pass from John Quiroga to add to the Kaiser lead in the second quarter.

In the third period, Tyler sprinted 45 yards for a touchdown and Price added TDs of 50 and 45 yards.

Quiroga completed 4 of 6 passes for 54 yards in the game. Anthony Carrillo caught a 20-yard pass, Galasso had 2 receptions for 21 yards, and Tyler had a 13-yard reception.

On defense, Justice Carrillo intercepted a pass and returned it 15 yards.

Allen Correa had 5 solo tackles and 1 assisted tackle, while Chris Williams had 4 tackles and Isaiah Wallace had 3 tackles and 1 assist. Claudio Santillan had 2 tackles and 3 assists and Justice Carrillo and Xavier Mendoza both had 2 tackles and 2 assists.

The Cats are scheduled to travel to San Gorgonio on Friday, Oct. 15.

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