Dunn liked the improvement in the second half that allowed the Vikings to stretch the lead.
“I think our passes got cleaner, with better accuracy and we were more patient with the ball,” Dunn said. “We were not trying to rush so much and we were setting up our plays and getting our runs together. We kind of figured them out and the field just got a lot more open.”
Next up for the Vikings is defending state champion Eastern Tech on the road on Wednesday, Sept. 25 and at Dundalk on Friday, Sept. 27.