The Staunton River Golden Eagles came to the fight with a few swords, their fists and a whole lot of grit.
Jefferson Forest, on the other hand, brought a bazooka, a howitzer, a tank and a couple of bulldozers.
The Cavs used their superior armory to advantage, blasting the host Rivermen to the tune of 56-13.
The blitzkrieg, it would seem, had come to Moneta.
From the opening kickoff to the closing whistle, the Cav offense moved with precision and, most importantly, speed.