The big story of the night was Wildcat runner Shaquille Tiggs, who rushed the ball 17 times for 305 yards and scored five touchdowns.
Tiggs had scoring runs of 62, 40, five and 70 yards, and he capped the night with an 82-yard interception return for a touchdown.
In all, the Wildcats finished with 500 yards of offense on the night.
Coach Tory McCray also said it was the first game of the season the Wildcats played without committing any turnovers.
The Wildcats are now 3-5 overall, including a 2-1 region mark.
“Shaquille Tiggs was a monster carrying the ball,” McCray said. “Overall I thought we did a good job. We played good defense. They scored 12 points in the first half and we shut them down in the second half. We made good adjustments and the kids responded well.”
Quarterback Durrell Vaughn rushed for 67 yards, scored one touchdown and passed for 87 yards, including a 70-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Ferrell.
Defensively, Ferrell snagged a pair of interceptions, and Jon Horne and Snack Nelson had one interception apiece.
Also, Tony Burden had two sacks, Gabriel Poythress had a sack and six solo tackles, and linebacker Brandon Johnson had a pair of sacks to go with eight tackles.
Dawson Street will play another region contest at 7:30 p.m. on Friday against Nathanael Greene Academy in Hogansville.