Boston Gowan took what looked to a short gain and turned it into a 14-yard touchdown run with under two minutes to play in the first quarter.
The Bulldogs entered the second quarter with a 13-0 advantage.
The lead grew to 21 points on 19-yard pass from Schuck to Austin Westerfeld. Schuck ran for the two-point conversion to make it 21-0.
Schuck added a 1-yard run late in the second quarter. Peter Heil tacked on the extra point to make it 28-0.
Batesville senior Taylor Henson capped the scoring with a 9-yard run late in the third quarter. Heil added an extra point to extend the lead to 35-0.
“Our defense has been very good to this point, but I am not sure we give them enough credit,” Heppner said.
The Bulldogs have allowed opposing teams to an average of 7.1 points per game and recorded a pair of shutouts.
“Then there is the offensive line ... they are the key to our success on that side,” Heppner added. “When we need to run the ball they open holes and when we need to pass the protection has been good.”
The Bulldogs finished the night with 126 yards through the air and 266 on the ground. Schuck connected on 6-of-12 passes with a pair of touchdowns. Westerfeld caught two passes for 41 yards, while Clayton McKinley hauled in one for 30 yards. Schuck led the way on the ground with 11 carries for 80 yards, while Westerfeld carried it four time for 48 yards. Zach Mears was third on the team with four carries for 44 yards in limited time in the second half.
The Bulldogs will host Indian Creek (7-2) on Friday. The game is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
Bulldog Leaders Passing: Schuck 6-of-12 for 126 yards Receiving: Westerfeld (2-41), McKinley (1-30), R. Wilson (1-22) Rushing: Schuck (11-80), Westerfeld (4-48), Mears (4-44), Gowan (5-39), Henson (5-31) Tackle points: Williamson (11), Brown (9), Westerfeld (7), Dickey (6), B. Wilson (6), Schebler (6)