LOVELAND — The ability to strike from anywhere on the field makes play calling fun for a football coach, and Gary Davies relished the chance to dial up a particular duo when the moment called for it on Thursday night at Patterson Stadium.

“I’m glad 9 and 5 are on my side,” the Broomfield coach said, referring first to quarterback Angelo Perez, second to wide receiver Nick Ongarato.

The combination clicked twice for big plays in the first half of their Northern Conference road game with Thompson Valley, leading to a 49-13 victory that pushed the Eagles to 6-1 on the season, 3-0 in conference play.

Perez hit Ongarato with scoring tosses of 52 and 54 yards in the first 24 minutes, the second play coming with just 9 seconds before the break.

“We just watched their defense all week, and we sent Nick to the off side so they’d bring the safety away from him, just leave the middle of the field open,” said Perez after hitting 12 of 17 passes for 261 yards and the two scores. “Nick made really good moves and got open.”

Ongarato caught three passes in the game, good for 127 yards. Perez added a touchdown run on the night, and running back Jose Fraire scored three times, the first a 42-yard burst up the middle to set the evening in motion. Broomfield led 29-0 early in the second quarter, and when Thompson Valley scored two quick touchdowns to cut the gap to 29-13, Broomfield turned what could have been a bad play into a good one, setting up the last scoring play before the break.

When a punt snap when awry, Jimmy Roberts was still able to track it down and get off a punt instead of Thompson Valley (0-7, 0-3) setting up deep in Broomfield territory.

“I think maybe the bigger play was, they scored, we snapped the high punt snap, and Roberts gets the ball and kicks it,” Davies said. “If they get the ball there, they possibly score and it’s a one-score game. The fact that we got it punted was big. We held them and get got that double-move play (to Ongarato), and it was pretty nice.”

Connor Eakes also scored on a short run for Broomfield.

Broomfield 49,

Thompson Valley 13

At Patterson Stadium

Broomfield (6-1, 3-0) 22 14 7 6 — 49

Home Team (4-0, 3-0) 0 13 0 0 — 13

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter

BHS — Jose Fraire 42 run (Pat Lalancette kick), 10:35.

BHS — Fraire 4 run (Lalancette kick), 2:44

BHS — Nick Ongarato 54 pass from Angelo Perez (Dan Perse from Parker Oliver), 1:12

Second Quarter

BHS — Fraire 5 run (Lalancette kick), 9:56.

TVHS — Daniel Bebo 8 pass from Spencer Shook (run failed), 6:10

TVHS — Shook 1 run (Cassie Baalke kick), 2:51

BHS — Ongarato 52 pass from Perez (Lalancette kick), :09

Third Quarter

BHS — Perez 2 run (Lalancette kick), 3:07.

Fourth Quarter

BHS — Connor Eakes 1 run (kick failed), 9:32.

BHS TVHS

First downs 17 17

Rushes-yards 37-196 37-29

Passing yards 261 272

Comp-Att-Int 12-17-0 22-33-0

Punts-Avg. 1-28 2-24.5

Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-1

Penalties-Yards 8-75 7-73

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — BHS: Fraire 14-116, Eakes 6-45, Perez 7-24, Noah Tripp 5-12, Harrison Einspahr 1-5, Aaron Delp 2-(-4), Team 2-(-2); TVHS: Shook 20-24, Francisco Marquez 9-12, Lee Chieppo 3-11, Drew Meintzer 1-(-2), Sam Lutz 1-(-7), Jordon Williams 3-(-9).

PASSING (comp-att-int-yards) — BHS: Perez 12-17-0, 261 yards; TVHS: Shook 17-27-0 196, Williams 5-6-0 76.

RECEIVING — BHS: Ongarato 3-127, Tanner Schnurr 2-53, Gian Panicucci 2-26, Fraire 2-11, Kyle Allen 1-28, NA 1-13, Einspahr 1-3; TVHS: Oby Rios 8-139, Meintzer 6-58, Darryn Highland 4-52, Bebo 2-10, Cirillo Collins 1-24, Gabe Garcia 1-9.