Armwood maintained its undefeated record by cruising to a homecoming victory behind quarterback Josh Grady's four touchdown passes.
The Hawks (9-0, 3-0 Class 4A, District 9) dominated throughout, scoring their first touchdown — Grady's 3-yard pass to Alvin Bailey — within three minutes of kickoff. Coach Sean Callahan was able to sub junior varsity players for resting stars during the second half.
East Bay (1-8, 0-3) did become the first team with a 100-yard rusher against Armwood this season, Quantavious Gibbs accounting for 168 of its 231 yards. That included a 76-yard touchdown during the second quarter.
Armwood junior Matt Jones ran for two touchdowns, 5 and 1 yards, and 154 yards, leaving him 100 shy of 1,000 for the season.
David Rice, Times correspondent