FORT MYERS — After having two consecutive rainouts, Admiral Farragut shook off the rust just fine in winning its season opener Friday night.Kashish Cordova threw for 88 yards and the defense came up with two scores as the visiting Blue Jackets routed Southwest Florida Christian Academy 47-0.Farragut led only 7-0 after the first quarter, then scored six more times after that.The game went to a running clock late in the third quarter."It felt good to finally play someone else. We needed to get some game experience," Admiral Farragut coach Ryan Hearn said. "With this being our first game, we did a lot better than I expected. More than anything, I'm proud that we played hard."Hearn credited his coaching staff a lot for the victory."We have about 35 years of coaching experience on our staff," Hearn said. "Rick Kravitz is especially knowledgeable. With all these coaches, it is a real asset and blessing to have them."Kobe Gee led the SFCA offense with 117 yards passing. Chase Reed had 97 yards receiving on five catches."We just got outplayed in every sense of the word," SFCA coach Mike Marciano said. "They (Admiral Farragut) beat us badly last year, and it kind of carried over to this year. But this team is going to vow to get better."Admiral Farragut scored immediately, driving 83 yards for a touchdown on its opening possession. Cordova found Zion Roland for three big passes on the drive, including a 31-yarder that put the Blue Jackets ahead 7-0 with 3:46 elapsed.Farragut then tallied four scores in the second quarter.Yashin Wooten ran 44 yards for a touchdown in the second and, after Farragut recovered a SFCA fumble on the ensuing kickoff, Cordova ran for a 2-yard touchdown to put the Blue Jackets up 20-0 only three minutes into the second quarter.Oshon Allen later scored on a 30-yard run with 4:59 left in the second and, 1½ minutes later, Marquis Lambert picked off a pass and returned it 57 yards to make it a 33-0 game at halftime.Khalan Tolson scored on a 60-yard run and Chris Anderson returned an interception and went 40 yards for another score to mercifully end the scoring.