The week before they dismantled Conneaut 56-12.
The win puts the Titusville at 4-3 for the season.
The Rockets started right off the bat pounding the ball down the Tigers' throats with runs including a couple heads-up quick snap quarterback keepers for first downs. After a touchdown was called back for a helmet-to-helmet personal foul put them back to a first and 25, they pounded it right back down on fourth and goal. Jaxon Covell punched it in at 6:23 in the first quarter.
Maplewood wasn’t able to muster much and Titusville came back, capping it off with a 27-yard touchdown by Covell to go up 13-0 with 3:44 left in the quarter.
Titusville’s O-line was moving the Tigers back at will, giving their runners plenty of room.
They scored again as the time ran out on the quarter with a nifty short pass to Landon Wolfkiel, who took the pass diagonally across the field for an official 12-yard score that spanned about 40 yards.
The two-point conversion put them up 21-0 at the end of the opening stanza.
At 8:20 in the second on a first and 25, Mason Titus took the ball 59 yards for their fourth touchdown of the night. Maplewood finally got on the board with a 60-yard pass from Kyle Jordan to Dominick Kinney.
It didn’t take Titusville long to come right back down to score their fifth TD. This time it was a quick over-the-middle pass from Ian McDonald to JJ Miller. The Rockets were up 35-7.
They got the ball back quickly. A Tiger punt that was run back to the Wood 15. Titusville scored immediately after on a touchdown pass from McDonald to Covell.
The Rockets had some difficulties with penalties on the night, on the last drive before the half there were 45 yards on penalties alone. But they were able to keep Maplewood from scoring going into the locker room with a 42-7 lead.
Titusville came right out and scored on a 54-yard scamper by Covell who amassed 159 yards rushing and 180 total on the night, including three touchdowns. They went up 49-7 with only seconds off the clock in the second half.
The running clock was on as the fog rolled in.
Titusville and Maplewood would each score one more time. Titusville went up 55-7 when Ian McDonald took an interception around the 34-yard line and ran it back 66 yards.
Maplewood scored their final points on a 23-yard pass from Jordan to Kinney again with just over five minutes to go. On the night, McDonald threw for 95 yards and ran for an additional 47. His pick-six gave him over 200 yards of productivity on the night.
Titusville was just shy of 400 yards of total offense.
Coach Mike Reynolds' Rockets have a chance to go 5-3 when they face the 0-7 Warren Dragon Friday night for homecoming.