CALALLEN — The Calallen Wildcats are quickly becoming a serious nightmare for opposing defensive coordinators.

Because of an offense loaded with weapons, the Class 5A state runners-up are quickly becoming impossible to game plan for. In short, the Wildcats’ many offensive options are too much to prepare for.

Ask Gregory-Portland. A week after Calallen’s back-up quarterback led the team in passing and 10 different running backs touched the football, it was a precise running attack which propelled Calallen to an overwhelming 49-21 victory in a District 30-5A North Zone match.

The win improved Calallen to 2-0 in in the North Zone, while Gregory-Portland fell to 1-1.

Calallen junior running back A.J. Brown ran through the Gregory-Portland defense for three touchdowns, including a 70 yarder. Brown carried ball 22 times for a total of 261 yards. He averaged 12 yards a carry.

Brown led a ground attack which totaled 444 yards.

Quarterback Colton Duff had 12 carries in the game for 130 yards and two rushing touchdowns. Duff also completed three of eight passes for 102 yards.