Visiting Corinth Holders’ high-powered offense never relented in a 61-27 decision over the Bunn.
The Pirates had racked up 502 total yards while improving to 2-2 on the season.
Bunn is also 2-2 after allowing the most points in a contest since a playoff loss to Reidsville in 2009.
Fittingly, Corinth Holders found the end zone on its first play from scrimmage as veteran quarterback Cole Sakowski found Dymon Walker on a bubble screen that turned into an 81-yard catch-and-run touchdown just 21 seconds in.
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After Bunn fumbled on its opening snap, the Pirates needed just one play to score again -- this time on a quick screen from Sakowski to Tony Kirkwood.
Trailing 14-0 after just 44 seconds had elapsed, Bunn needed just one play to draw closer as T.J. Jones took a handoff and sped away 64 yards for a touchdown to cap off the furious minute.
Following the missed PAT, the Wildcats were back within 14-6, but Corinth Holders took just five plays to score again -- this time on a 13-yard run up the middle from Howard Watson.
Jackson Creech converted his third straight point-after, and the Pirates were in charge at 21-6 with 8:35 still remaining in the opening quarter.
Sakowski and Walker hooked up again just 37 seconds before the end of the first period on a 46-yard touchdown pass that saw Walker break three tackles after taking the quick slant.
Corinth Holders would add two more scores in the first half -- one off a fumble recovery of a high punt snap and the other on Sakowski’s fourth TD pass of the half (13 yards to Kirkwood).
Tevin Perry tried to keep Bunn close with a pair of touchdown runs, but the Wildcats went to intermission stunned and trailing at 42-21.
Sakowski, a senior, completed 12 of 24 passes for 244 yards. Watson was a huge ground producer as he piled up 199 yards on 24 attempts.