HEBRON — It only took 11 seconds for Blue Hill to notch its first touchdown of the season, and that's all it needed against Thayer Central.
Bobcat junior running back Keithen Drury took it to the house from 65-yards out off a sweep play on the first play from scrimmage. He then tacked on a reception off a pass from junior quarterback Jason Poe on the conversion try for a quick 8-0 lead.
Drury ended up with 147 yards on 15 carries helping Blue Hill debut with a 28-0 victory over Thayer Central on Friday night.
But he wasn't the Bobcats' only offensive threat.
Returning All-Tribland wide receiver Mitchell Ruybalid, a senior, was money every time he touched the ball.
He reeled in three catches for 118 yards and three touchdowns.
"It was just a whole team effort — we all played good on both sides of the ball," Ruybalid said. "We came out prepared."