After suffering their first defeat of the season last week, the Webb Feet rebounded with a huge, 42-6 win over Franklin Classical on Friday night.
The Feet scored 14 points in each of the first three quarters to race away with the bounce back win.
Alex Hulsey put the Feet on the board with 5:45 left in the first. The Feet found the end zone again with just over a minute to play on Rio Russell's 57-yard trot to go up 14-0.
Husley and Russell added two more touchdowns in the second quarter on rushes of nine and eight yards.
Franklin Classical avoided the shutout with a third-quarter touchdown, but Webb answered with a pair of touchdown runs by Houston Jones of nine and 79-yards.
Neither team found the end zone in the fourth quarter.
Quarterback Zach Fenner didn't go to the air often, completing just 1-of-4 attempts, but connected with senior wide out Chase Hullett on the only reception of the night for 31 yards.
Jones dominated the run game for Webb with 166 yards on just eight carries and a pair of touchdowns to his credit.
Husley also had a solid night rushing, accounting for two touchdowns and 46 yards on eight carries.
Russell accounted for 76 yards on four carries and two touchdowns as well.
Defensively, Ben Morris led Webb with 10 tackles while teammate Sam Coleman had eight.
Kicker Zach Norris was solid for the Webb kicking game as he made good on 6-of-6 PATs against Franklin Classical.
Webb returns home on Friday as the Feet host Aaron Academy at 6:30.