No. 19 Poca (2-3), which was missing three starters because of injuries from an already thin roster, kept it close until fumbling on the ensuing possession inside its own 30. After four plays, Scott went ahead 21-0 with 3:39 to go before halftime on junior back Cameron Loftus' 17-yard TD jaunt.
Scott held the No. 19 Dots (2-3) to three first downs and 60 total yards in the first half.
Bias quickly put the game on ice, scampering 50 yards for a score on the second play of the opening drive of the third quarter for 28-0 edge. He added a 38-yard TD early in the fourth quarter.
Poca was coming off a heartbreaking loss at Chapmanville last week where the Dots led 27-7 before losing in overtime.
"We got worn down up front,'' said Poca veteran coach Bob Lemley. "[Scott has] a big line and they started opening some holes.
"Once they got on a roll . . . I think our depth got us again. We'll keep playing and see what we can do. With this bunch, I don't know which one shows up.''
Poca junior running back T.T. Loudin turned in 72 yards on 17 carries while junior quarterback Jake Payne hit senior split end Jamie Ellis for a 19-yard TD late in the final period.
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