RALEIGH — It's not often high school football teams are asked to play two games in one week.
Even more rare: Playing three in one week - and winning each one. That's what Ravenscroft was able to pull off after a 63-14 crushing of conference foe Wake Christian on Thursday night.
Previously, Ravenscroft defeated Fayetteville Christian 29-14 last Friday and walloped Louisburg 49-13 on Monday.
The Ravens scored on their first four possessions to go up 28-0 before the host Bulldogs ever got on the board.
"We talked about attacking each one individually and doing something special to get to three games in six days," Ravenscroft coach Ned Gonet said. "You've got to be smart how you handle the kids and manage them. You've still got to practice, but we backed off the physicality a little bit."
Ravenscroft's precision passing picked apart the Wake Christian defense, as Ravens quarterback Quinn Billerman went 13-of-17 passing for 215 yards and five touchdowns.
Two of Billerman's touchdown passes went to sophomore Avery Edwards, two more went to senior Chad Stanback and the final one went to Quentin Taylor.
"We saw it as an opportunity to get a rhythm going," Billerman said.
Gonet said he was most impressed with over the three-game, seven-day span was how his team was able to add balance to its offense.
"We're starting to execute a little more and be efficient," Gonet said.
With the game well in hand, the Ravens added two touchdown runs from backup quarterback Jamie Herakovich and one more rushing score from Robert Lippitt.
Wake Christian's two touchdowns were each scored by Tyler Renfroe, one on a 72-yard pass from Renfroe to D.J. Carper and the second on a 49-yard fumble return for touchdown.