The Babylon Panthers rolled to their 15th straight victory on the back of their senior quarterback, downing Port Jefferson 42-0 on Saturday.
The Panthers offense was led by quarterback Nick Santorelli, who threw 9-of-10 passes on the day for 126 yards. Three of his passes went for touchdowns, including two in the first half.
Runningback Eric Schweitzer got things started with a one-yard run to start Babylon's offense in the first quarter and an early 7-0 lead. Santorelli threw a 23-yard pass to wide receiver Ray Wardell next to put Babylon up 14-0.
The offense caught fire in the second quarter, lighting up Port Jefferson for 21 points during the 12 minute period.
Babylon improved to 3-0 in 2013, keeping intact the perfect record that has defined this group of players for the last year.
"As a whole, I think we played pretty well," Santorelli said to Newsday. "It's one more step closer to our goal, which is a Long Island championship."
"The offensive line did everything for me, and I just went through the holes," Schweitzer told Newsday. "It's a great shutout. We did a good job all together."
The win was Babylon's 15th straight dating back to last season's opener, one of the school's longer winning streaks.
Babylon will hit the road Friday for a game against Hampton Bays at 7 p.m. The Baymen are currently 1-2 on the season.
Babylon currently sits atop Suffolk Division IV with Mount Sinai as the only two undefeated teams in 2013.