Three of the five teams in the Daily News coverage area remain looking for their first win headed into Week 7 after Friday night’s results.

Mount Vernon defeated East Newton 54-0 on the Mountaineers’ Homecoming and Sarcoxie blanked Diamond 62-0.

Mount Vernon’s Sammy Robinson scored the first three touchdowns of the night for the Mountaineers — a 2-yard run, a 4-yard run, and a 43-yard run all in the first half. His third score gave Mount Vernon a 21-0 lead with 6 minutes, 12 seconds before halftime.

The Mountaineers took a 34-0 lead into intermission after Will Boswell’s pick six — didn’t he have one in Week 5 against McDonald County — and Ty Boswell hit Andrew Montemayor on a 23-yard touchdown pass late in the first half.

Mount Vernon scored three more times in the second half, including on a Patriot fumble that tumbled into the end zone to be recovered by a Mountaineer, a regular Johnny-on-the-spot.

Mount Vernon improved to 5-1 on the season and travel to Aurora in Week 7.

Meanwhile, East Newton dropped to 0-6 and the Patriots look for their first win of the season against El Dorado Springs, stepping outside Big 8 competition in Week 7. East Newton defeated El Dorado Springs last season.

Sarcoxie outscored its first five opponents 248-46 and the Bears extended their scoreboard assault to the tune of 310-46 after Friday night’s win.

Diamond was blanked for the third time this season.

The 0-6 Wildcats return to action in Week 7 at home against Miller. The Cardinals are 1-5 on the season with their only win 54-39 over Willow Springs in Week 1; Miller took a 27-14 loss to Liberal on Friday night in a battle of teams coached by former East Newton head coaches, Miller’s Jamie LaSalle and Liberal’s Matt McKee. LaSalle and McKee, in fact, were the two head coaches right before current East Newton head coach Broc Wolfe.