HUDSON — Jordan Moon rushed for 70 yards and two scores on just three carries, returned three punts for 76 yards, picked off a pass and recovered a fumble to highlight Hudson’s 67-6 victory over Catskill/Cairo-Durham in Friday’s Class C South Division game at Hudson High School.
Hudson is now 4-0 in the regular season with a key game at Voorheesville (3-1) coming up on Saturday at 1 p.m.
The Bluehawks wasted little time in taking control of Friday’s game, scoring just 48 seconds into the contest on a one-yard burst up the middle by quarterback Isaiah Maines.
Hudson added three mores scores before the quarter ended. Jeremiah Wilburn raced 21 yards to paydirt and Moon had scoring runs of 25 and 43 yards. Emran Malik booted a pair of extra points to put Hudson comfortably in front 26-0.
Wilburn returned a punt 38 yards and scored on a 39-yard run, Maines tossed a 36-yard scoring strike to Brian Curran and hooked up with Kristyain Clarke on a nine-yard TD pass in the second stanza for Hudson.
Catskill/Cairo-Durham got on the board and ended Hudson’s streak of 12 quarters without allowing a point late in the half when Lucas Fisher fired a 75-yard scoring pass to Isaiah Hayden.
The Bluehawks reached the end zone two more times in the second half on an 18-yard run by Kelly Elie and a 54-yard run by Kendrick Clarke.
Maines completed 3 of 4 passes for 57 yards and two TDs and rushed for 74 yards and a score on four carries.
Wilburn rushed for 96 yards and two touchdowns on four carries. Kendrick Clarke had 61 yards and a touchdown on two carries, Collin Keator 19 yards on one carry, Elie 18 yards and a TD on one carry, Kam Case nine yards on three carries and Kristyain Clarke eight yards on two carries.
Curran had one catch for a 36-yard TD, Keator had one catch for 12 yards and Kristyain Clarke one catch for a nine-yard TD.
Wilburn led the Hudson defense with five solo tackles, one assist and 1/2 a sack. Alwyn Lewis had five solos and one assist; Moon three solos, two assists, one interception, one fumble recovery; Hunter DeGraff two solos, one assist, one interception; Kristyain Clarke three solos and one sack; Curran two solos and two assists; Dave Weaver Jr. two solos; Deandre Smith two solos; Keator one solo and one assist; Matt Antonelli one assist; Kendrick Clarke one assist; Kam Case one assist; Elie one solo and one assist; Logan Rowe one assist and 1/2 sack a sack; Jake Hromada one assist; Aidan Morrison one assist.
Stillwater 49, Chatham 14
STILLWATER — C.J. McNeill rushed for 243 yards and three touchdowns to lead Stillwater to a 49-14 victory over Chatham in Friday’s Class D football game at Stillwater High School.
Chatham scored once in the first half on a 68-yard run by Tyler Kneller early in the second quarter and on a three-yard run by Kyle Jackson with 3:54 to go in the game.
Kneller completed 7 of 19 passes for 110 yards and rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries.
Ednell Knapp had three receptions for 56 yards, Jackson caught two passes for 35 yards and Lennie Sitzer had two catches for 20 yards.
Defensively, Mike Pierro led the Panthers with six solo tackles and seven assists. Jacob Taylor had one solo and seven assists; Kneller one solo and five assists; Noah Hutchinson two solos and three assists; Sitzer four solos and one assist; Noah Fowler two solos and two assists; John Mulligan one solo and three assists; Ednell Knapp two solos and one assist; Jackson two solos and one assist; Jayson McKay two assists; LJ Morse one assist; Jameson Balich one assist; Spencer Colodny one assist.
Chatham will host Canajoharie in its Homecoming game on Friday at 7 p.m.
Ichabod Crane 7
VALATIE — Voorheesville snapped Ichabod Crane’s winning streak at two with a 43-7 victory in Friday’s Class C South Division game at Ichabod Crane High School.
Riders quarterback Joe Penzabene completed four of 21 passes for 78 yard and had one pass picked off. He also ran for a touchdown.
Austin Race caught three passes for 65 yards.
Thomas Cooper led the Riders defense with four tackles and a sack. Alex Igras, Ryan Putnam and Brain Van Allen-Hamm all had four tackles.
Ichabod Crane goes to Rensselaer on Friday at 7 p.m.