The U.S. Navy Blue Angels recently dazzled crowds of spectators at Rosecrans Memorial Airport but they have nothing on the aerial display put on by the Pattonsburg Panthers in Cameron, Mo. on Saturday.

Quarterback Steven Willhite completed 22 of 32 passes for 300 yards and nine touchdowns, leading the Panthers to an impressive 76-52 victory over the North Andrew Cardinals.

Willhite, who made the long ball look routine, threw touchdown passes to four different receivers.

Coming out in the second half, leading 36-30, the Panthers put the game out of reach outscoring the Cardinals 32-8 in the third quarter.

Cameron Jones scored four touchdowns for the Panthers (3-0). He was on the receiving end of three Willhite passes scoring on plays of 18, 30 and 24 yards. He also returned a kickoff 51 yards for a score.

Trevor Ireland added three touchdown receptions, Patrick Cowley had two and Brett Emig also scored.

North Andrew (1-2) was led by all purpose back Jaden Baker. Baker ran for 142 yards on 24 carries. Baker had three touchdown runs, a 77-yard interception return for a touchdown and also recovered a fumble in the end zone.

Pattonsburg will take its unbeaten record on the road Friday to King City. Meanwhile, North Andrew will play host to Osceola.