The football squad extended its record to 2-0 after pummeling Akron Buchtel High School at on Saturday night.
The Eagles took advantage of the Griffins, both offensively and defensively, shutting down Buchtel, 48-0.
According to St. Edward's football blog, six different players scored touchdowns as the Eagles registered their "second consecutive convincing victory."
"Using two quarterbacks and a dozen wide receivers, the Eagles racked up 500 yards of total offense en route to the resounding victory," according to the report. "It marked the first time in history that a St. Edward team defeated a team from Buchtel, which plays in the Akron City Series."
The two schools had met only twice before — both times more than 20 years ago — with Buchtel winning both games by close margins, according to the report.