The Whitehall football team put up another dominant showing Friday against Manistee in West Michigan Conference play, thrashing the Chippewas 56-0.

Whitehall jumped out to a lead early, pouring in 21 first quarter points. Kyle Stratton threw early touchdowns to Camden Thompson and Malcom Earvin, while Jackson Cook added a score on the ground.

Stratton scampered for a touchdown in the second quarter to make the score 28-0 at half.

In the third, Stratton ran in another touchdown while Ca’Mar Ready also found the end zone on a run to give Whitehall a 42-0 lead after three quarters.

Nate Bolley ran in a four quarter touchdown and Ready scored on a fumble recovery to make the final score 56-0.

Stratton led the offense with 82 yards and two TDs rushing along with 77 yards and two TDs through the air.

Thompson led the team in receiving with 42 yards and a touchdown, while Earvin had 24 yards and a touchdown.

Cook averaged 17 yards per carry on the night with 51 yards on just three carries. He also led the team with 10.5 tackles.

Trenton Tenbrock had eight tackles and Jaiden Altgilvers had seven to round out the stout Vikings defensive effort.

Whitehall improves to a perfect 5-0, and 2-0 in conference play. They’ll look to continue their streak as they travel to play Oakridge next week. The winner will move to first place in the West Michigan Conference Lakes division, as the Vikings and Eagles are the lone unbeatens in conference action.