LAKELAND — A second-quarter surge of 17 points, including David Larson’s record-setting 50-yard field, ignited Southeastern to a 51-7 victory over winless Warner University on Saturday.

Larson also kicked field goals of 25 and 43 to give him five of six on the season. The previous record of 48 was made by Caleb Winter in 2014.

The Fire (4-3, 2-1) are in third place in the South Division of the Mid-South Conference behind Keiser and Ave Maria.

Junior Tyrell Williams finished off two drives in the second quarter for the Fire with touchdowns of 4 and 1 yards. Williams came into the game with only 37 yards on eight carries and ended the day with a game-leading 120.

Warner (0-6, 0-2) picked up its only lead when freshman Buddy Edwards went in from 2 yards out with 6:36 remaining in the first period to give the Royals a 7-3 lead. The score was set up on a 91-yard kickoff return by freshman Ralph Hughey.

“I think when they took the lead,” said Fire head coach Keith Barefield, “we took it personal and the offense finally started hitting on all cylinders”

The Royals made some outstanding defensive plays, but were not consistent enough to stop a more high-powered Fire offense that ended with 558 yards in total offense on 84 plays.

“We couldn’t catch the ball today, and we made a lot of mistakes and penalties,” said Royals head coach Rod Shafer. “I would say the defense made some improvement this week, but we just have to fight through the growing pains.”

Bryan Bell, Southeastern’s leading rusher, played sparingly.

“He has had some physical difficulties,” said Fire head coach Keith Barefield said of Bell, who had only 11 carries for 60 yards and one touchdown, a 9-yard run at the beginning of the fourth quarter.

Bell came into the game with 483 yards and four touchdowns.

The Fire’s leading receiver was Antwain Adams, who finished with five catches for 146 yards and a touchdown.

Keiser 21, No. 23 Webber 14

WEST PALM BEACH — Webber University saw an early 14-point lead slip away as Keiser took down the Warriors 21-14 on Saturday.

Webber (4-2, 0-2 Mid-South Conference Sun Division) took the opening drive 69 yards that resulted in a 25-yard touchdown run Kwamaine Brown.

The Warriors padded their lead on a Brady Ooten 29-yard touchdown pass to Timothy Miller late in the first quarter.

It was all Keiser after that as the Seahawks put up 21 unanswered points to pick up the win.