WARSAW -- Shockingly, the Ridgewood offense dropped its per-game average Friday night.

It only scored 47 points instead of 55 in a 47-7 demolition of the River View Golden Bears as the Generals continued their systematic domination of any team that dares to hold a football in its general vicinity.

After Nick Bellick opened the scoring with a five-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, the Generals never looked back, leading 33-0 at the half. The only score for the Bears came in the third quarter when Shaun Wagner punched it in from two-yards out.

Some of the key statistics were a 323-145 edge in offensive yards for Ridgewood with the Generals accumulating 260 yards on the ground, including six touchdowns.

Jarod Conrad had a big night for Ridgewood with 52 yards in receiving and 29 yards rushing on five attempts. Bellick finished with 85 yards on just 10 carries and had three touchdowns.