On their opening drive, the Wildcats used a 13-play, 72-yard drive to put their first points of the season on the scoreboard as Underwood scored on a 1-yard touchdown. During the drive, Underwood accounted for 59 yards, including three runs of 10-plus yards.
The Wildcats took a 28-0 halftime lead on a McDonough 35-yard pass from Tyler Barton, an Underwood 5-yard run and an 85-yard interception return by Buck Shepherd as the Dots were threatening to score just before the half.
"That interception at the end of the first half was bad," said Poca coach Bob Lemley. "It was a killer. I think our inexperience showed the first half."
At the half, the Wildcats had accumulated 228 yards of total offense with 159 yards on the ground. The Dots had just 89 yards of total offense.
The second half didn't fare much better for the Dots as the hole had already been dug.
The Dots scored on their first possession on a T.T. Loudin 1-yard run. But the Wildcats answered two possessions later with a 13-yard TD run by Underwood, his third of the night.
Underwood added his fourth score of the night on a 2-yard run and the Dots added TDs on a Kenny Stewart 17-yard run and a Kenny Stewart 11-yard touchdown pass from Loudin.
Justin Stewart, in his first career game at quarterback, led the Dots with 205 yards on 20 carries and threw for 48 yards. His brother, Kenny Stewart, finished with two TDs.
"I was proud our guys for coming back," Lemley said. "We changed the offensive scheme a little and it worked. We got three touchdowns, so it's just stuff that we have to keep working through. We will get some more experience. I am just proud that they didn't quit."