For the second consecutive week, a Woodland West foe was no match for New Berlin Eisenhower.

The Lions scored seven touchdowns in the first quarter and didn't look back in a 63-0 victory over Pius XI on Sept. 9.

Sitting at 2-0 in the Woodland West and in a first-place tie with Greendale and Pewaukee, New Berlin Eisenhower has outscored its first two conference opponents by a combined 103-6.

Eisenhower (3-1, 2-0) quickly took a 14-0 lead on the Popes. Bryce Miller hit Joey Scaffidi for a 57-yard touchdown 25 seconds into the game. Just 14 seconds later, linebacker Max Maier scooped up a Pius fumble and took it 24 yards for a score.

Miller's 4-yard touchdown pass to Sullivan Kulju made it 21-0, and Scaffidi added touchdown runs of two yards and 57 yards to put the Lions up 35-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Eisenhower went into the locker room with a 49-0 advantage thanks to a 34-yard touchdown run by Jake Belongia and a punt return touchdown by Maier.

The Lions added to their lead in the third quarter on a 2-yard touchdown run by Torrin Owney and a fumble recovery in the end zone by Jack Himmelspach.

Maier, Jayden Olson and Mike White all had interceptions for the Eisenhower defense, which held Pius (0-4, 0-2) to just 34 yards of offense and -25 rushing yards.

Nine different Lions carried the ball for 170 yards. Scaffidi gained 69 yards on four carries, while Belongia had 41 yards on two attempts. Miller attempted just seven passes but threw multiple touchdown passes for the fourth consecutive game.

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Eisenhower will look to stay unbeaten in the Woodland West when it hosts New Berlin West (1-3, 0-2) on Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. The Lions have won two straight over their rivals, including a 42-19 victory last season.