H.S. FOOTBALL: Hudson drops season finale to SGF

File photo Hudson quarterback Caleb Romano, shown here in an April 3 game against Holy Trinity, threw three touchdown passes in the Bluehawks’ 34-21 loss to South Glens Falls on Thursday.

SOUTH GLENS FALLS — Trey Marcil ran for three touchdowns to power South Glens Falls to a 34-21 victory over Hudson in Thursday’s Class B cross-division game at South Glens Falls High School.

Marcil broke loose for a 44-yard touchdown run with 8:16 remaining in the pening quarter to put the Bulldogs up, 6-0. Hudson answered with 3:16 to play in the stanza when Caleb Romano tossed a 35-yard TD pass to Kasey Moore. Moore’s PAT kick gave Hudson a 7-6 edge.

Marcil, who finished with 185 yards rushing, put South Glens Falls back on top, 12-7, with a 59-yard run with 4:23 remaining in the second quarter.

The Bulldogs stretched their lead to 20-7 with 5:42 to go in the third quarter when Quyntion Fallen scored on a eight-yard run and Marcil passed for the two-point conversion.

Hudson cut the deficit to 20-13 with 2:15 left in the third when Romano hooked up with Hunter DeGraff for a 24-yard TD pass.

South Glens Falls iced the victory with two more scores in the final stanza on a 27-yard run by Marcil and a 15-yard run by Joe Johnson.

Hudson’s final score came on a 70-yard pass from Romano to Moore with 6:09 reamining in the game.

Romano’s three touchdown passes gave him 13 for the year.

Despite missing some key personnel and playing in a steady rain, Hudson was in the game all the way.

“We were down 5 starters,” Hudson coach John Davi said. “We definitely had some guys step up and play really well. It was a strange season for sure, not knowing if or where we were playing until the last minute.

“Overall I think we had a lot of success and learned a lot. I’m happy that the seniors got to play football. I’m looking forward to the fall with a bunch of our best athletes returning.”

Hudson finishes with a 4-3 overall record.

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