The Estevan Lions Club Steelers had been pushing on the floodgates for awhile and on Saturday, they finally burst open.
The Steelers picked up their first win in two years in convincing fashion, stomping the Weyburn Falcons 68-8 on the road.
Running back Levi Pick led the bantam club with five touchdowns, two through the air and three on the ground.
Steelers head coach Phil Zajac estimated that Pick alone romped for 300 rushing yards and that the team racked up 700 total yards.
"I'm not really surprised. We've been playing well all year. We finally did what we said we need to do. We needed to execute and score in the red zone and it was like the light switch just came on. We looked like a dominating team," he said.
The focus in practice all week was finishing off drives and it paid off for the Steelers (1-4).
"We did a lot of work on the red zone last week and perfecting those plays you have to be able to score on," Zajac said.
"We were throwing bombs and completing them for touchdowns. Justin (Taillon), our quarterback, had his best game of the year."
Taillon, Kolby Dyck and Matt Haux also had majors for the Steelers.
On top of that, Estevan had three big-play touchdowns called back due to penalties.
Zajac said the team's defence was stifling, holding the Falcons to under 100 yards, and that the offensive line did "a great job" in allowing Taillon enough time to make plays.
The Steelers led 38-8 at the half.
Now that the team has its first win out of the way, Zajac is expecting much better football in the last three regular season games.
"This is the most important thing. It's nice to totally dominate both sides of the ball, but as a team, you have to learn to win. I told them after the game, 'We've learned a whole bunch of stuff this year, now we've learned how to win,'" he said.
"What I'm hoping is that we'll just continue it through and we'll shock the Raiders (in the season finale Oct. 6), who are the No. 1 team in Regina."
The Steelers will host the Lumsden Devils on Saturday. Game time is 3 p.m.