The Grandville Bulldogs have been dominant to start the football season. They have outscored their opponents 185-28 through four weeks of the season.

Friday night they hosted a 2-2 East Kentwood team looking to bounce back from a one point loss to Forest Hills Northern.

Grandville started off fast building a 16-0 lead after one with an 18 yard scoring pass from Paganelli to Nyboer and a 32 yard touchdown run from Tipton. East Kentwood cut the lead to 13 on field goal, but that was all the scoring for the Falcons.

The Bulldogs increased the lead to 32-3 at the half with a Paganelli to Greco touchdown connection and a Baker scoring run.

Baker and Gifford added short scoring runs for the Bulldogs in the seconbd half as they improved to 5-0 with a 46 to 3 win.