TITUSVILLE, Fla. -

Titusville High School proved to be a worthy host of the WKMG 6 Yard Line Game of the Week, overpowering visiting Cocoa Beach 57-0.

The Terriers featured two powerful one-two punches.

The first:  Quarterback Yusuf DeReese and wide receiver Tommy Mack.

They hooked up on two touchdowns.  On the first one, Mack made a diving catch in the end zone.  On the second, he raced 70 yards after catching the ball over the middle.

For the game, DeReese was 5 of 7 for 148 yards and 2 touchdowns.

DeReese had 3 catches for 122 yards and 2 scores.

Not to be outdone: Titusville running backs Jaleel Davis and Jacob Farris.  They combined for 195 yards on the ground and 5 touchdowns.

Despite all the offensive might, Terriers Coach Wayne Lawrence wanted to talk about his defense after the game.  He said they were dominant.

"I just hope the momentum continues," Lawrence told Local 6.  "If they play well, the other side of the ball (the offense) will do what they need to do and we'll be successful."

Titusville is idle next week.  The Terriers return to action Sept. 12 at home against Atlantic.

Meanwhile Cocoa Beach plays host to Melbourne next Friday night.