TENOROC — Discovery used a balanced offense to shut out Tenoroc 42-0 on a muggy night at Tenoroc High School on Friday night.

The Spartans (2-0) scored the only touchdown they would need a minute and a half into the contest as junior running back Cori Davis took a handoff, cut to the outside and walked in untouched to complete a 28-yard scoring run. Davis added a 1-yard scoring run in a 18-point second quarter.

“That is our goal in every game to establish the running game, that opens up the passing game,” Spartans coach John Livingston said. “And defensively, we just gang-tackled at every opportunity,”

The contest was played with a running clock from midway through the third quarter.

The Titans, who have yet to score a point in three contests this year, were inept on offense as ex-Kathleen Coach Irving Strickland led the offense. They managed only three first downs on the night, and got as far as the Discovery 30 after a 30-yard kickoff return by Thaddeus Grant in the third quarter.

Spartans quarterback Zach Tanner took to the air early and often after the opening touchdown, as he threw three touchdown passes, with two going to receiver Anthony Ballard.

The Titans did have some positive plays as they stopped the Spartans twice on downs in the first half and they recovered two fumbles on special teams.

Discovery continues its season long road trip as they play Trinity Prep, while Tenoroc, who has now been outscored 75-0 in three contest this year, will host Lake Howell next Friday.