Allegany's Jake Twigg only played in the first half against North Hagerstown on Friday night, but it was more than enough time for Twigg to stick it to the No. 5 Hubs.
Twigg ran for 103 yards and three touchdowns, and Allegany rolled to a 42-7 victory at Mike Callas Stadium.
"Allegany is a big, strong football team," North coach Danny Cunningham said. "We struggled executing early and put ourselves in a hole. Once you get in a hole against Allegany, you can't come back out of it. They basically manhandled us in the trenches."
Allegany (2-0) got on the scoreboard first with 3:23 remaining in the first quarter when Twigg broke through left tackle for a 5-yard touchdown.
Early in the second quarter, Twigg added touchdown runs of 6 and 10 yards.
With 4:20 to go in the second quarter, Campers quarterback Travis Orange fired a 69-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Babich along the left sideline to give Allegany a 28-0 halftime lead. Orange finished with 112 passing yards.