Yes, the Bellows Falls Union High School football team is officially on a roll.
After a season-opening loss that seems like a long time ago, the "Purple Gang" has now won four straight after completely dismantling Mill River, 66-0, on a rain-soaked Hadley Field in Westminster.
The win put the Terriers at 4-1 overall and 3-0 in the division.
The Bellows Falls offense was led by quarterback, kick and punt return specialist Ben Hewitt.
The senior signal-caller not only ran back a punt 76 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter, but also ran back the second half-opening kick off 80 yards for another touchdown.
Right from the start in this one it was all Terriers as they took the opening kick and drove 87 yards down the field before running back Colton Bratton scored from nine yards out for the early lead.
Then in their very next possession, BF put together another impressive, 55-yard drive culminating in a 5-yard touchdown run from running back Ryan Hayward and a 12-0 lead before the first quarter was even half over.
With Mill River now reeling and pinned in their own end, Bratton intercepted a pass, giving the Terriers the ball on the Mill River 24-yard line.
One play later Corey Sprague rumbled 24 yards into the end zone for another touchdown.
Mill River simply could not get any offense going and after their fourth straight punt, Hewitt returned the aforementioned punt for a touchdown and a four-touchdown lead for Bellows Falls.
The Terriers would get one more touchdown before the half on a 14-yard run from Hayward, his second touchdown of the half.
With the game already well in hand, Hewitt returned the opening kick off of the second half 80 yards for a touchdown, before defensive lineman Cody Monty fell on a fumble in the end zone for yet another BF touchdown.
Bellows Falls would stop throwing the ball in the second half and still recorded three more rushing touchdowns from Chandler Mitchell-Love, Cooper Long and Joe Aslin.
Along with the dominant offensive showing, the smothering "Purple Gang" defense only allowed one first down in the first half.