The Pam Pack outrushed North Pitt 312-15 on their way to a dominating 27-0 home opener.
Both teams turned the ball over five times but Washington made the best of their opportunities, racking up two touchdowns through the air and two on the ground.
Dakuan Spencer got the scoring started with a 51-yard pass to Tony Turnage. Washington went into the half with a 7-0 lead.
Spencer ran it in for a 10-yard touchdown to start the second half scoring. Less than a minute later, Trey Harris completed a 7-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Price. Harris rounded out the scoring with a 4th quarter touchdown run.
Spencer was Washington's leading rusher, tallying 92 yards on 12 carries.
North Pitt hopes to bounce back next week with a matchup against Roanoke. Tarboro comes in to Wagner Stadium next week to take on Washington.