Things started well for the Stallions (2-0, 1-0) as they opened the game with a blocked punt and would score on a six-yard run from quarterback Demo Agan for the 7-0 lead.
The Warriors answered back with a touchdown of their own and added a two-point conversion to take a short lived 8-7 lead.
It would be a holding penalty in the end zone following a Jordan Edwards punt that pinned the Warriors deep in their own territory that gave the lead back to Holy Ground at 9-8.
On the ensuing drive the Stallions would find the end zone with Agan running it in, again, from 23 yards out to lead 16-8 at halftime.
In the second half it was all Stallions — and Agans — early.
Deangelo Agan scored on a 12-yard run, Demo Agan scored on another run and the two would connect on a 23-yard pass play to go up 37-8 after three quarters. The final Holy Ground score of the night was Deimarkys Agan who scored on a four-yard run to put the game away.
Life Christian added two more touchdowns late in the game for the 44-22 final score.
On the night the Stallions racked up 525 yards of total offense with 390 of those yards coming on the ground. Defensively Garrett Denney and Connor Muse forced a fumble each and Edwards picked off a Warrior pass as they held Life Christian to just 146 total offense yards.
The Stallions will continue their season Friday night in Stockbridge against Peoples Baptist Academy with a 7:30 p.m. kickoff.
In prep softball action from Tuesday night:
Central Middle School 13, Villa Rica 3: The Lady Lions (2-0) picked up the win over Villa Rica Middle School behind a strong performance from Emily Williams in the circle.
Williams gave up just two hits and struck out eight on the night while Logan North, Kayla Sales and Payton Groves collected two hits each in the win.
Also getting hits were Faith Bennett, Luci Grace McKenzie, Jonni Cook and Madison Grall.
The Lady will continue their season Thursday night at home against Bay Springs at 4:30 p.m.