Every week, the number of undefeated teams from around the state shrinks.
Sunnyvale is determined to stay on that list for as long as possible.
The Raiders dominated Nevada Community from the start on Friday, as they improved to 7-0 overall and 2-0 in district with a 58-17 rout at Raider Stadium.
Sunnyvale wasted little time jumping on the Braves with a 27-point first quarter.
Tripp McAda bulled into the end zone from a yard out to grab a quick 6-0 lead.
The Raiders then went to the air, as McAda found Will Van Vessem for a 73-yard touchdown and then hooked up with Max McAda on scoring strikes of 24 and 52 yards.
Sunnyvale continued to roll in the second quarter, as Devin Sterling scored from a yard out and Jake Pecina booted a 40-yard field goal to take a 37-0 lead into the break.
Nevada Community finally got on the scoreboard with a field goal in the third quarter, but the Raiders came back, with Noah McDill hauling in a 24-yard touchdown pass from Tripp McAda to make it 44-3.
Sunnyvale tacked on two more scores in the fourth, as Max McAda connected with Noah McDill on a 32-yard touchdown pass and Ben Avila added a 2-yard run to extend the lead to 58-3.