COXSACKIE — Hudson shut out its second straight opponent on Friday night, handing Coxsackie-Athens a 44-0 setback in Class C South Division action at Coxsackie-Athens High School.
The Bluehawks (3-0) have now outscored their opposition, 134-7, with the defense not allowing a single point for 11 quarters in a row.
Hudson jumped in front two minutes into the game when Jordan Moon took a swing pass from Isaiah Maines 47 yards for a score.
The Bluehawks went on to add to more touchdowns in the opening stanza. Maines scored on a 30-yard run with 4:49 remaining and three minutes later tossed a 28-yard strike to Brian Curran.
Jeremiah Wilburn scored on a 57-yard run with 10:44 to go in the first half and Kendrick Clarke broke off a 36-yard scoring run with 3:45 left to put the Bluehawks on top 31-0 at halftime.
Hudson added two more scores in the second half, both coming in the third quarter. Kristyain Clarke had a 20-yard run Moon took a punt back 65 yards.
Maines completed 2 of 3 passes for 85 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 32 yards and a score on two carries.
Wilburn led Hudson’s rushing attack with 104 yards and a touchdown on just four carries. Kristyain Clarke had 85 yards and two scores on five carries, Deandre Smith had 35 yards on two carries, Kendrick Clarke 23yards and a TD on three carries, Kelly Elie 23 yards on three carries and Moon 21 yards on two carries.
Moon had one catch for a 47-yard touchdown and Curran had one catch for a 28-yard score.
Defensively, Jake Hromada and Tohidul Bhuiyan led the way with three solo tackles and three assists apiece. Jaheem Mackey had three solos and two assists, Alwyn Lewis three solos and one assist, Curran two solos and one assist, Smith two solos and one assist, Kendrick Clarke to solos and one assist, Moon one solo and one assist, Hunter DeGraff two solos, Emran Malik one solo and one assist, Wilburn one solo and one assist, Kristyain Clarke one solo and one assist, Besham Burgess one solo and one assist, Elie one assist, Fahim Ali one assist, Dave Weaver Jr. one solo, Alabi Islam one solo.
Hudson had six sacks in the game — two by Kristyain Clarke and one each by Curran, Kendrick Clarke, Hromada and Lewis.
Hudson hosts Catskill/Cairo-Durham and Coxsackie-Athens goes to Taconic Hills on Friday at 7 p.m.
CHATHAM — Tyler Kneller passed for two touchdowns and ran for two to spark Chatham to a 52-0 victory over Helderberg Valley in Saturday’s Class D football game.
Kneller completed 10 of 12 passes for 155 yards and had scoring passes of nine yards to Mike Pierro and one yard to Lennie Sitzer. Kneller also had scoring runs of three and 47 yards.
Sitzer caught an 18-yard touchdown pass from Jacob Taylor, Pierro returned an interception 44 yards for a touchdown, Ednell Knapp had a one-yard scoring run and Matt Radley ran 61 yards for a touchdown for the Panthers.
Radley rushed for 85 yards and a TD on five carries. Kneller finished with 85 yards on the ground on seven carries and Knapp had 42 yards and a touchdown on seven carries.
Sitzer snagged three receptions for 43 yards and a touchdown. Pierro had three catches for 34 yards and a score and Taylor had two catches for 63 yards.
Chatham had 449 yards of total offense.
Jayson McKay led the Chatham defense with seven tackles. Jacob Taylor had five tackles and a fumble recovery, Kneller two solos and two assists, Knapp three solos and one assist, LJ Morse one solo and three assists, Sitzer three assists, Kyle Jackson three solos, Travis Costa two assists, Pierro two solos and an interception, Noah Hutchinson two assists and a fumble recovery, Jameson Balich two assists, Spencer Colodny one assist, MJ Franceschelli one assist, Jacob Baccaro one assist.
Chatham travels to Stillwater on Friday at 7 p.m.
Watervliet 44, CCD 20
CAIRO — Watervliet pulled away from a tie game with 30 unanswered points en route to a 44-20 victory over Catskill/Cairo-Durham in Saturday’s Class C South Division game at Angelo Canna Town Park.
CCD got on the board first, scoring on a 27-yard pass from Lucas Fisher to James Maynard. The same pair hooked on the two-point conversion pass to put the Mustangs up, 8-0.
Watervliet took the lead in the second quarter, scoring on a 17-yard run by Kenderyk Flynn and an 80-yard punt return by Amel Conway.
CCD answered when Fisher tossed a 62-yard scoring strike to Maynard to even the score at 14-14.
The Cannoneers took the lead for good with two more scores before halftime on a 15-yard run by quarterback Jamel Ward and a one-yard plunge by Nyheim Pinckney.
Conway threw a 40-yard TD pass on a flea flicker and then returned a punt 65 yards for a score to round out the Cannoneers’ scoring in the third quarter.
CCD’s final points came on a 14-yard touchdown pass to Maynard in the closing minutes of the game.
Catskill/Cairo-Durham travels to Hudson on Friday at 7 p.m.