The Dulaney football team had too much speed and big-play capability, and it didn't take long for that decisive edge to show Friday night, as the visiting Lions rolled to a 40-14 victory over Kenwood in Essex.
Dulaney junior quarterback Tyler Woodard completed 9 of 16 passes for 219 yards and five touchdowns.
Senior wide receiver Tyreek Henderson caught three passes for 93 yards and a touchdown and teammate Nolan Matsko, a junior wideout, had two touchdown receptions.
The Lions (2-1) finished with 374 yards of total offense and Isaiah Stanford led the rushing attack with 45 yards on nine carries.
But Woodard, a transfer from City, was the story for the second straight week.
Kenwood (0-3) threatened to score on its second possession and drove to the Dulaney 2 on senior quarterback's McKellie Duncan's 22-yard run.
But four plays later, safety Richard Harrison tackled Kincaid Dennis on the 1 on 4th-and-4 on a swing pass.
Dulaney drove 98 yards for its second touchdown. The drive featured Woodard to Henderson for a 45-yard pass play. Woodard capped it off with 12-yard touchdown pass to Matsko, who made a diving catch into the end zone.
Woodard, who showed off his athleticism and scrambling ability, ran in the 2-point conversion to make it Dulaney 14-0.
It became 20-0 with 2:47 remaining in the second quarter when Nico Yarbough took Woodard's swing pass and beat several defenders to the end zone for a 45-yard score.
Kenwood came right back, going 38 yards in two plays. The series ended on Daquan Wheeler's 5-yard run.
Kenwood struck again less than three minutes later. Duncan ran around the left side of the line on 4th-and-10 for a 30-yard touchdown as they cut the lead to 28-12. Duncan then ran in the 2-point conversion.