Natano Woods threw for 411 yards and five touchdowns – in just three quarters of play – directing Kentridge to its fourth straight victory, a 55-0 demolition of visiting Mount Rainier last Friday.
Woods, a 6-foot-5 senior, 220-pound quarterback, completed 25 of 31 passes – 81 percent – as the Chargers improved to 4-1 in the North Puget Sound League. The Rams dropped to 0-5.
Michael Fabor caught five passes for 203 yards and three TDs. Jeremy Banks and Ben Victoria each grabbed a scoring pass.
Jaron Gonzales ran for 31 yards and another touchdown.
Kentridge ran 90 plays, rolling up 487 yards of offense in the rout.
The Chargers can wrap up the NPSL Sound Division with a win against Kent-Meridian (2-3) on Thursday night. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at French Field.