Nothing went right for Brady on Friday in their 64-0 loss to Stuart at home.

“They’re a good team, they’re an older team and an experienced team and we’re not,” Brady Head Coach Andy Seamann said. “But that’s no excuse. We didn’t come ready to play. They hit us in the mouth. It showed on the scoreboard and it showed in every facet of the game.”

Stuart (2-2) scored first two and a half minutes in the game when Drew Schmaderer ran it in for a touchdown from 15 yards. Kayde Ramm threw to Hunter Tubbs on the PAT, which is worth one point in six-man football, to make it 7-0.

The Broncos’ next score came on a 10-yard touchdown run by Simon Addison. Ramm kicked the PAT through for two points to make it 15-0.

It became 23-0 after an eight-yard touchdown run by Ramm with a minute left in the first quarter.

It got worse for Brady (1-2) after that. Stuart scored three more touchdowns in the second quarter to lead 45-0 at halftime.

After giving up a kick return for a touchdown by Bryer Almgren to start the second half, the Eagles moved the ball into Stuart territory after a first down run by Payton Miller. But the drive ended when Canin Golter was intercepted by Gavynn Mustin.

That was the closest Brady came to scoring until their final drive when they got a first down at the Bronco 32 after another run by Miller. But the Eagles were turned away again and Stuart came away with the shutout.

Next, the Eagles will host Lincoln County rival Wallace (1-2) on Sept. 21.

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