Hampton’s offense erupted early on Thursday night.

The Bulldogs erupted for 32 first-quarter points en route to a 61-8 victory over Unaka.

With the win, Hampton improves to 3-6 on the year while Unaka falls to 1-8.

The Bulldog rushing attack set the tone early.

Hunter Davenport took the game’s first offensive snap 40-yards for the touchdown, and Jason Russell added the conversion. Davenport added a 37-yard touchdown and conversion to give HHS a 16-0 lead three minutes into the game.

Jason Russell added a pair of five-yard touchdowns in the final six minutes of the first quarter as Alex Hardin added a two-point conversion and Jonah Jones catching a pass from Russell for the second two-point conversion.

That gave HHS a 32-0 lead going to the second.

Skyler Cole and Macon Barden added touchdown run in the second to push the Hampton lead to 44-0 at the half.

After Tubby Carden opened the third-quarter scoring with a seven-yard touchdown, the Hampton defense for in the scoring act with a safety to end the third to give the Bulldogs a 54-0 advantage going to the final quarter.

Dylan Moffitt added a touchdown to the Hampton cause from 16 yards out and Gavin Hardin added an extra point.

The Unaka offense broke onto the board in the quarter as Roby Bach caught a five-yard touchdown pass from John Ramsey. Logan Benway added the two-point conversion.

The teams will close out the regular season next Friday as Hampton will host Cosby and Unaka will welcome Sunbright to Stoney Creek.