The Selma High football team breezed to its fourth consecutive non-league win, defeating host Coalinga 28-7 on Friday night.
Three Brian Ching touchdown receptions from quarterback Junior Ramirez helped propel the Bears past the hosts.
Selma out-gained Coalinga 276-166 and had 17 first downs to five for Coalinga.
Selma struck mid-way through the first quarter on an eight-yard TD pass from Ramirez to Ching to make it 7-0.
Five seconds into the second quarter, Selma made it 14-0 on a four-yard TD run by Ricky Mota.
Ramirez and Ching then hooked up again with 10:05 left in the half, this time from 25 yards for 21-0.
Selma then closed out its scoring, as Ramirez tossed a 17-yard TD pass to Ching.
Ramirez completed 6-of-15 passes for three TDs and two interceptions.
Ching caught four passes for 67 yards and three TDs.
Coalinga scored its only touchdown shortly into the fourth quarter on a 38-yard TD run by Eric Saldana.
Selma will host Roosevelt at 7:30 p.m. Friday in another non-league game.