"We thought we could maybe try to run the ball, but we were very wrong," Snyder said. "That's probably the most disappointing part. I don't think [SC's] bad up front at all, but I thought we could block them a little bit and get a little bit of a push on them, but we really obviously couldn't."
Winfield (3-4) finished with 107 rushing yards on 37 attempts, though 57 of those yards came on the game's final drive.
In the first half, Grier threw touchdown passes to three different receivers.
The Black Eagles scored on their first offensive possession, a two-play drive. After a 54-yard run by Cunningham, Grier tossed to Richardson for a 6-yard touchdown pass and a 7-0 lead.
Later in the first quarter, the Black Eagles added a touchdown with a three-play scoring drive, Grier hitting Forrest with a 32-yard touchdown pass.
On the ensuing drive, the Generals continued to struggle and lost running back Jacob Lewis to a leg injury. Lewis did not return and finished with two carries for minus-8 yards.
After forcing the Winfield three-and-out, SC manufactured a four-play scoring drive. On the first play of the second quarter, Grier threw to Crozier on a 29-yard touchdown pass, and the Black Eagles held a 21-0 lead.
Neither team scored in the remainder of the first half. SC threatened, marching to the Winfield 11, but an interception ended the threat.
Winfield defensive end Jacob Thompson suffered a suspected concussion in the first half and at halftime was taken to the hospital.
SC next plays at Riverside on Friday and Winfield visits Putnam County rival Hurricane.