The Cavaliers used five touchdowns and a safety to open a 38-0 halftime lead in Thurday's Mt. Hood Conference road game

Clackamas' James Millspaugh rushed for 123 yards and four touchdowns, leading the undefeated Cavaliers to a 57-6 Mt. Hood Conference blowout win Thursday over the David Douglas Scotsmen.

Noah Hobbs added 19 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Mitchell Modjeski threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Chad Bletko as the Cavaliers (7-0, 5-0 Mt. Hood) remaining one of only two Class 6A teams in the state that have yet to lose a game.

The Sheldon Irish of Eugene also are 7-0 after winning Friday's Southwest Conference game by forfeit over Willamette, which was down to 14 healthy varsity players.

Millspaugh, who transferred to Clackamas from Skyview High School in Vancouver, Washington, scored on runs of 48 and 3 yards in the first quarter to pace the Cavaliers to a 14-0 lead.

Clackamas added three more touchdowns and a safety in the second quarter to extend the lead to 37-0 and all but put the game out of reach before halftime.

Clackamas' 57 points marked the fifth time that the Cavaliers have scored 49 or more points.

In seven games, the Cavaliers are averaging a Class 6A-leading 50.9 points a game.

The Cavaliers can virtually lock up the outright league title Friday when they play host to Oregon City (5-2, 4-1) in a 7 p.m. game. If the Pioneers win, the league race will likely end in a three-way tie with Clackamas, Oregon City and Central Catholic sharing the title.

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