Pace, FL — Grant Thompson likes to say, "When you get Azareyeh Thomas the ball, good things happen." Exhibit A is Friday's 49-13 running-clock win at Pace. Addie Moore and Thomas lit up Pace on touchdown passes of 60, 5, 60 and 18 yards in a 35-0 first half that began the running clock and allowed Niceville's starters to rest out of the locker rooms. Niceville's Azareyeh Thomas has seven touchdowns on the season. “Coaches installed plays to spread the field more and move me around more to get open,” said Thomas, who still hasn't lost a regular-season game in his three years at the helm. “Me and Addie have been running plays since middle school. We talk every day about where I need the ball." Now Niceville is 4-0. Holder of 21 straight regular-season victories. Master of four straight routs of at least three scores with a 160-38 margin of victory. Most importantly, the Eagles have officially established they can throw the ball just as well as they run it. Oof, good luck stopping that. Quarterback Addie Moore is shining for the 4-0 Eagles. Stat of the Night: 6 After carrying the ball 42 times for 260 yards and three touchdowns in the first three weeks, Moore and his offensive coordinators gave his body a night off with a season-low six carries Friday night. Maybe Niceville recognizes the senior's 5-foot-11, 180-pound frame may need less wear and tear if it hopes to make it through the season injury free. Or maybe they just wanted to showcase Thomas and Moore's right arm, which completed 8-of-12 passes for 195 yards and four touchdowns. Offensive MVP: Azareyeh Thomas, Niceville Who else? The guy has scored in all four games this year, rushing for three touchdowns and hauling in another four. Whether it be jet sweeps, crossing patterns, screens or post routes, the man simply can't be contained. Defensive MVP: Harrison Orr, Niceville After hauling in two interceptions, forcing a fumble and finding the end zone on a scoop and score in the opener, you'd think Orr would slow down. But the safety has a nose for the ball. Collecting a TJ Haynes fumble Friday, Orr scored his second touchdown of the season to put the Eagles up 21-0 near the end of what'd become a 27-0 first quarter. “Pace has a polished offense,” Niceville coach Grant Thompson said. “They looked good on film. You want to get the lead early against them, otherwise they’ll wear you down.” Up Next Niceville (4-0) hosts Godby (0-5) Friday at Eagle Stadium.