The Generals increased the lead to 21-0 on the last play of the first quarter when Show again found Hill from 12 yards away.
The Wildcat offense found some spark midway through the second quarter when senior quarterback Tyler Barton and sophomore receiver Dalton Voiles connected on four consecutive passes, the last of which went for a 26-yard touchdown.
"If you look at the game on the whole, our receivers played one of their best games tonight,'' said Nitro coach Derek Midkiff. "This was one of the more enjoyable games to coach, too, because our players played hard and had fun. And that's a good step in the right direction to get us going again.''
Before the half ended, the Show show continued as senior Alex Amick would haul in a 45-yard touchdown pass, bringing Show's first-half numbers to 15 of 18 for 346 yards.
The Generals opened up the second half by not throwing a single pass and alternating runs by their three sophomore running backs with Isaac Withrow taking it in from 12 yards out to build a 40-10 lead.
For the Generals, Show finished 17 of 20 for 381 yards with Tyler Hill being on the receiving end of seven passes for 181 yards and two touchdowns.
Barton had 169 yards on 14 of 27 passing for the Wildcats.