The essence of Class 1A 6-man football is a wide-open offense with timely defensive play. So it's rare that shut-outs are posted in 6-man, but then there's the case of Little Snake River.

Entering their game with defending champion Farson-Eden, the Rattlers had not allowed a point through their first 5 games.

LSR jumped on Farson-Eden thanks to the uber-talented Riggin Myers, who had 4 touchdowns in the first half and was a monster on defense with 2 takeaways. This guy plays at 150 M.P.H. and sets the tone for the Rattlers on both sides of the ball. Opponents this season have not had an answer for Riggin Myers and the Pronghorns didn't have one either. Little Snake River dominated in every way, shape, and form to beat Farson-Eden 53-0.

LSR is 6-0 and will have a bye week coming up. Farson falls to 5-1 and the Pronghorns will host Burlington this week.