Tailback Bryer Brewer and quarterback Tyler Brown also scored on rushing touchdowns in the first quarter before Webb added his second of the game. Webb scored with the lone play of a drive on a 58-yard run to the endzone. Brown later added his second touchdown midway through the second quarter, however, the point-after-attempt failed.
The Timberwolves led 41-0 after Brown's second score and held that lead into halftime.
In the first half, Spring Valley accumulated 215 rushing yards with eight different backs recording carries.
As the Timberwolves exploded, St. Albans struggled to launch its offense.
"We were trying to find a rhythm up front and we weren't getting anything going," Red Dragons Coach Steve Stoffel Jr. said. "We couldn't get any momentum going. We had a long field and they had a short field. We couldn't catch a break"
Sophomore Jacob Grigsby made his first varsity start at quarterback. As Stoffel said in his plan for the game, he inserted junior Noah Reed. After reaching just one first down on three drives with Grigsby at the helm, Stoffel gave Reed a chance, but Reed found no greater success against the dominating Spring Valley defense.
"They're more physical than us and we gave them opportunities they didn't need," Stoffel said. "When you turn the ball over five times in the first half and give them opportunities on your half of the field and they have a short porch, it's not hard for them."
In addition to a sputtering offense, St. Albans struggled with turnovers and in special teams. Spring Valley blocked two punts in the redzone, recovered two fumbles and forced one interception, all in the first half, as the Red Dragons mustered just four first downs on 76 offensive yards in the first two quarters.
St. Albans scored twice in the fourth quarter both on touchdown passes from Reed to freshman Leland Brown on scoring receptions of 5 and 27 yards. The pair also teamed together on a successful two-point conversion following the second score.