HEBBRONVILLE — This was the type of output San Diego coaches were envisioning when they revamped their spread offense before this season.

The Vaqueros were balanced in their offensive onslaught as they totaled 439 yards, and with the offense finding its stride, it made for a one-sided contest Friday night against the Hebbronville Longhorns.

After a forgettable outing in their season opener against George West last week, San Diego dominated Hebbronville, 35-16.

Quarterback Ryan Ochoa completed nine of 15 passing attempts for 138 yards. He also had a six-yard touchdown pass to senior Ryan Briones. Ochoa also led San Diego in rushing with 16 carries for 107 yards and two rushing touchdowns. Ochoa also scored on runs of one and two yards.

Anthony Perez had 57 rushing yards on 10 carries and Briones had 36 on five carries. Abel Casas led San Diego in receiving with two catches for 71 yards. He also had a 45-yard reception, which was the longest of the game. Briones had five catches for 28 yards.

Defensively, the Vaqueros allowed 257 yards.

San Diego has a home game Friday night when they host West Oso.