Winfield senior running back Seth Lewis gained 202 yards on 31 carries.
The Generals' defense registered five sacks for minus-54 yards, forced three turnovers and accounted for 14 points on two interception returns and a sack for a safety. Winfield also stymied Nitro's offense, which generated just 95 total yards.
"The first half was a little ugly with the turnovers,'' said Snyder, who saw his team throw three picks in the opening half.
"Once we took care of [the turnovers], we kind of forced our will on [Nitro]. We tried to put our athletes in some different positions that we hadn't been doing and they did a good job. I liked the results.''
Nitro (2-6) showed some life when Clark returned the pick for a score to close the deficit to 15-7 right before halftime.
The Wildcats then pulled within 21-14 early in the fourth quarter on quarterback Chris Moody's 5-yard scoring toss to wideout Nick Humphrey, but they allowed Turner's fourth TD catch followed by Winfield junior defensive back Alex Amick's 30-yard pick six.
"We didn't get closer tonight,'' said Nitro first-year coach Derek Midkiff. "We came out flat as can be. We couldn't recover in the second half. Winfield's fighting and improving. We've improved over the year but tonight, we took a step back. We were doing little things that we haven't done wrong all year. That bit us.''
Moody finished 12 for 29 for 90 yards with a TD and two picks while Clark turned in seven receptions for 59 yards. Nitro running back Brayden Underwood had 48 yards on 17 attempts.
Reach Tommy R. Atkinson at tatkin...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-4811.