ROANOKE CO., Va. -

In Roanoke County, Northside butted heads with Cave Spring and Vikings quarterback Dom Dunnaville was out to have another big night after throwing four TD passes and helping his team to nearly 450 yards of offense in a win over Amherst last week.

At Bogle Stadium on Friday night, the young Knights were smelling an upset on the turf.

But Dom Dunnaville quickly squashed that notion. A long Dunnaville run brought it all the way down to the Cave Spring 12-yard line. Then it was Dunnaville with his arm. He hooked up with Austin Fisher in the endzone for the touchdown to make it 7-0 Vikings.

Dunnaville was just getting started. He fired to Harold Buckner for another touchdown, and Northside was on top 14-nothing.

The Knights tried to get something cooking when Alex Emery went to the air but, he got picked off by Jelani Carter near midfield where the Vikings setup shop again.

Dunnaville went to Sam Krizer this time for a 39 yard score. Northside ran past Cave Spring, 44-0.