HUDSON — Schalmont’s Rodney Parker and Trent Randle demonstrated why they are considered one of the best 1-2 punches in Section II during Friday’s Class B Reinfurt Division game against Hudson.

Parker, who played at Holy Trinity a year ago, rushed for 308 yards and four touchdowns, and Randle accounted for 263 yards as the Sabres defeated Hudson, 41-0.

Parker and Randle accounted for all of Schalmont’s touchdowns, with Randle scoring the first in the opening quarter on a 45-yard run.

Parker scored the Sabres’ next two touchdowns in the second quarter on runs of two and 26 yards. Randle scored again just before the end of the first half on a one-yard run as Schalmont went up 28-0 at the intermission.

Parker wrapped up the Sabres’ scoring in the second half with touchdowns runs of 65 and 12 yards.

The highlight for Hudson was on its opening possession when the Bluehawks moved from their own seven to Schalmont’s 28 before turning the ball over on downs.

Caleb Romano shared quarterbacking duties for Hudson. Romano completed 2 of 9 passes for 18 yards and rushed for 33 yards on five carries. Maines completed 2 of 4 passes for 62 yards and rushed for 26 yards on 4 carries.

Mike Green led the Bluehawks’ ground attack with 48 yards on 8 carries. D’Andre Smith added 10 yards on 4 carries.

Kasey Moore had 3 receptions for 72 yards. Maines had 1 catch for 8 yards,

Jeremiah Wilburn led the Hudson defense with 4 solo tackles, 2 assists and 1 sack. Brandon Alexander had 3 solos and 2 assists; Jake Hromada 2 solos and 2 assists; Maines 2 solos and 2 assists; Romano 1 solo and 3 assists; Brian Curran 2 solos and 1 assist; Logan Rowe 1 solo and 2 assists; Brock Saunders 3 assists; Green 2 solos and 1 assist; Zack Bernockie 2 solos and 1 assist; Jaxon Haigh 1 solo and 1 assist; Hunter DeGraff 1 solo and 1 assist; Bryson Moses 1 solo; Carlos Chavaloc 1 solo; Moore 1 solo.

Hudson entertains Holy Trinity on Saturday at 1 p.m.

Lansingburgh 15, Chatham 8

LANSINGBURGH — Charles Govan returned an interception 66 yards with 3:02 left in the game to give Lansingburgh a 15-8 victory over Chatham in Saturday’s cross-division game at Lansingburgh High School.

Lansingburgh took the lead with 1:56 remaining in the first quarter when Izayah Bashford raced 19 yards to pay dirt. Colin Ward’s PAT kick gave the Knights a 7-0 edge.

The score remained 7-0 until early in the fourth quarter when Chatham scored on a 31-yard pass from Tyler Kneller to Matt Radley. Kneller then tossed a two-point conversion pass to Jayshawn Williams to give the Panthers an 8-7 lead with 9:22 to go in the game.

The Knights took the lead for good in the closing minutes when Govan picked off a Kneller pass and took it to the house.

Kneller completed 11 of 23 passes for 119 yards and a touchdown with 2 interceptions.

Williams had 5 catches for 66 yards. Radley had 1 catch for 31 yards and a TD, Spencer Ford had 1 catch for 11 yards and Jacob Sorros had 1 catch for 11 yards.

Kneller was Chatham’s leading rusher with 61 yards on 8 carries. Sorros had 39 yards on 8 carries and Ford 18 yards on 8 carries.

Defensively, Sorros led the Panthers with 3 solos and 6 assists. Christian Rogers had 4 solos and 3 assists; Gage Nelson 6 assists; Williams 4 solos and 1 assist; Joseph Reed 4 assists; Kneller 1 solo and 2 assists; Radley 2 solos and 1 assist; Jayson McKay 1 solo and 2 assists; Noah Fowler 2 assists; Ford 1 solo and 1 assist; Konur Barlow 1 solo and 1 sack; Jacob Rippel 1 assist; Kyle Jackson 1 solo and 1 interception.

Chatham travels to Voorheesville on Saturday at 1 p.m.

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