Hutchinson

Hutch Moves To 2-0 With Win Over Fort Scott

FORT SCOTT – After giving up the first points of the season after six shutout defensive quarters and seeing its lead shrunk to a single possession, the No. 4 Hutchinson Community College football team responded in a big way in a 37-6 Jayhawk Conference victory on Saturday night at Frary Field.

After Fort Scott cut HCC’s lead to 14-6 with 7:39 to go in the third quarter, the Blue Dragons (2-0, 1-0 Jayhawk Conference) scored on three-straight possessions to reclaim control of the game. Quarterback Kylen Binn threw a pair of touchdown passes and Kassidy Lemons booted a 30-yard field goal as HCC turned an eight-point lead into a 31-6 advantage in a span of 8 minutes, 21 seconds.

The Blue Dragon defense turned in another spectacular defensive effort, holding Fort Scott to 46 total yards and only two first downs in the first half. For the game, the Blue Dragons limited Fort Scott to 120 total yards and five first downs. The Greyhounds had 78 rush yards and 42 passing yards. Of the 120 total yards allowed, 63 came on one play a Danarious Thomas 63-yard touchdown run.

The Blue Dragons had seven quarterback sacks and they forced two takeaways. HCC’s defense forced 15 Fort Scott punts and held the Greyhounds to 1 of 19 on third-down conversions.

Terrance Summers had 10 total tackles, including two quarterback sacks. Joe Henderson had nine tackles, 2.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss for 23 yards. Lee Spight had two quarterback sacks and eight total tackles.

Offensively, the Blue Dragons amassed 390 total yards, getting 209 yards on the ground and 181 through the air. The Dragons had 20 first downs.

After a slow start, Binn finished the game with three touchdown passes, completing 7 of 15 passes for 126 yards. Dimonic McKinzy was 5 of 10 passing for 55 yards.

DeQuan Bowman led HCC’s receivers with five catches for 74 yards and a touchdown. Gary Cross had three receptions, two for touchdowns, had 74 yards.

The Dragons had three running backs with 60 or more yards. Tyren Jones led with 76 yards rushing on 16 carries. Treyvon Paulk had 12 carries and 64 yards and a touchdown. Tre Griffin had 11 carries for 63 yards and a touchdown.

Special teams also played a huge role in HCC’s win. Vance Johnson blocked a punt that set up and Blue Dragon touchdown.
Punter Nathan Burditt punted nine times for an average of 34.3 yards and three punts landed inside the 20.

After a scoreless first quarter, the Blue Dragons finally dented the scoreboard when Cross took a low Binn pass and weaved his way down the sideline for a 36-yard touchdown with 9:59 to play in the second quarter.

About 4 minutes later, special teams made a huge play for HCC when Johnson blocked a Fort Scott punt which went out of bounds at the Greyhound 8 yard line. One play later, Paulk set up his blockers on a sweep right and finally darted into the end zone for a touchdown and a 14-0 lead with 3:18 remaining in the half.

With Fort Scott facing third-and-3 at its own 37 near the mid-point of the third quarter, HCC thought it had Graham stopped for a loss, but Graham kept his balance and raced 63 yards for a Fort Scott touchdown. The Greyhounds went for two and missed, but the HCC lead was cut to 14-6 with 7:39 to go in the period.

The Hutchinson response started with a five-play, 71-yard mark that took only 1 minute, 23 seconds. Bowman finished off the drive with a 29-yard touchdown reception and a 21-6 lead with 6:06 to play in the third quarter.

HCC forced a Fort Scott three-and-out and needed only two plays to dent the scoreboard again when Binn found Cross for a 30-yard touchdown strike and a 28-6 lead with 3:42 remaining in the third quarter.

Lemons connected on a 30-yard field goal with 12:45 remaining in the fourth quarter for a 31-6 Blue Dragon lead. Griffin added an 11-yard touchdown run with 2:20 to play for the final margin of victory.

The Blue Dragons will play host to Butler in a Top 10 national matchup of 2-0 teams at 7 p.m. next Saturday at Gowans Stadium.

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After Fort Scott cut HCC’s lead to 14-6 with 7:39 to go in the third quarter, the Blue Dragons (2-0, 1-0 Jayhawk Conference) scored on three-straight possessions to reclaim control of the game. Quarterback Kylen Binn threw a pair of touchdown passes and Kassidy Lemons booted a 30-yard field goal as HCC turned an eight-point lead into a 31-6 advantage in a span of 8 minutes, 21 seconds.

The Blue Dragon defense turned in another spectacular defensive effort, holding Fort Scott to 46 total yards and only two first downs in the first half. For the game, the Blue Dragons limited Fort Scott to 120 total yards and five first downs. The Greyhounds had 78 rush yards and 42 passing yards. Of the 120 total yards allowed, 63 came on one play a Danarious Thomas 63-yard touchdown run.

The Blue Dragons had seven quarterback sacks and they forced two takeaways. HCC’s defense forced 15 Fort Scott punts and held the Greyhounds to 1 of 19 on third-down conversions.

Terrance Summers had 10 total tackles, including two quarterback sacks. Joe Henderson had nine tackles, 2.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss for 23 yards. Lee Spight had two quarterback sacks and eight total tackles.

Offensively, the Blue Dragons amassed 390 total yards, getting 209 yards on the ground and 181 through the air. The Dragons had 20 first downs.

After a slow start, Binn finished the game with three touchdown passes, completing 7 of 15 passes for 126 yards. Dimonic McKinzy was 5 of 10 passing for 55 yards.

DeQuan Bowman led HCC’s receivers with five catches for 74 yards and a touchdown. Gary Cross had three receptions, two for touchdowns, had 74 yards.

The Dragons had three running backs with 60 or more yards. Tyren Jones led with 76 yards rushing on 16 carries. Treyvon Paulk had 12 carries and 64 yards and a touchdown. Tre Griffin had 11 carries for 63 yards and a touchdown.

Special teams also played a huge role in HCC’s win. Vance Johnson blocked a punt that set up and Blue Dragon touchdown.
Punter Nathan Burditt punted nine times for an average of 34.3 yards and three punts landed inside the 20.

After a scoreless first quarter, the Blue Dragons finally dented the scoreboard when Cross took a low Binn pass and weaved his way down the sideline for a 36-yard touchdown with 9:59 to play in the second quarter.

About 4 minutes later, special teams made a huge play for HCC when Johnson blocked a Fort Scott punt which went out of bounds at the Greyhound 8 yard line. One play later, Paulk set up his blockers on a sweep right and finally darted into the end zone for a touchdown and a 14-0 lead with 3:18 remaining in the half.

With Fort Scott facing third-and-3 at its own 37 near the mid-point of the third quarter, HCC thought it had Graham stopped for a loss, but Graham kept his balance and raced 63 yards for a Fort Scott touchdown. The Greyhounds went for two and missed, but the HCC lead was cut to 14-6 with 7:39 to go in the period.

The Hutchinson response started with a five-play, 71-yard mark that took only 1 minute, 23 seconds. Bowman finished off the drive with a 29-yard touchdown reception and a 21-6 lead with 6:06 to play in the third quarter.

HCC forced a Fort Scott three-and-out and needed only two plays to dent the scoreboard again when Binn found Cross for a 30-yard touchdown strike and a 28-6 lead with 3:42 remaining in the third quarter.

Lemons connected on a 30-yard field goal with 12:45 remaining in the fourth quarter for a 31-6 Blue Dragon lead. Griffin added an 11-yard touchdown run with 2:20 to play for the final margin of victory.

The Blue Dragons will play host to Butler in a Top 10 national matchup of 2-0 teams at 7 p.m. next Saturday at Gowans Stadium.

After Fort Scott cut HCC’s lead to 14-6 with 7:39 to go in the third quarter, the Blue Dragons (2-0, 1-0 Jayhawk Conference) scored on three-straight possessions to reclaim control of the game. Quarterback Kylen Binn threw a pair of touchdown passes and Kassidy Lemons booted a 30-yard field goal as HCC turned an eight-point lead into a 31-6 advantage in a span of 8 minutes, 21 seconds.

The Blue Dragon defense turned in another spectacular defensive effort, holding Fort Scott to 46 total yards and only two first downs in the first half. For the game, the Blue Dragons limited Fort Scott to 120 total yards and five first downs. The Greyhounds had 78 rush yards and 42 passing yards. Of the 120 total yards allowed, 63 came on one play a Danarious Thomas 63-yard touchdown run.

The Blue Dragons had seven quarterback sacks and they forced two takeaways. HCC’s defense forced 15 Fort Scott punts and held the Greyhounds to 1 of 19 on third-down conversions.

Terrance Summers had 10 total tackles, including two quarterback sacks. Joe Henderson had nine tackles, 2.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss for 23 yards. Lee Spight had two quarterback sacks and eight total tackles.

Offensively, the Blue Dragons amassed 390 total yards, getting 209 yards on the ground and 181 through the air. The Dragons had 20 first downs.

After a slow start, Binn finished the game with three touchdown passes, completing 7 of 15 passes for 126 yards. Dimonic McKinzy was 5 of 10 passing for 55 yards.

DeQuan Bowman led HCC’s receivers with five catches for 74 yards and a touchdown. Gary Cross had three receptions, two for touchdowns, had 74 yards.

The Dragons had three running backs with 60 or more yards. Tyren Jones led with 76 yards rushing on 16 carries. Treyvon Paulk had 12 carries and 64 yards and a touchdown. Tre Griffin had 11 carries for 63 yards and a touchdown.

Special teams also played a huge role in HCC’s win. Vance Johnson blocked a punt that set up and Blue Dragon touchdown.
Punter Nathan Burditt punted nine times for an average of 34.3 yards and three punts landed inside the 20.

After a scoreless first quarter, the Blue Dragons finally dented the scoreboard when Cross took a low Binn pass and weaved his way down the sideline for a 36-yard touchdown with 9:59 to play in the second quarter.

About 4 minutes later, special teams made a huge play for HCC when Johnson blocked a Fort Scott punt which went out of bounds at the Greyhound 8 yard line. One play later, Paulk set up his blockers on a sweep right and finally darted into the end zone for a touchdown and a 14-0 lead with 3:18 remaining in the half.

With Fort Scott facing third-and-3 at its own 37 near the mid-point of the third quarter, HCC thought it had Graham stopped for a loss, but Graham kept his balance and raced 63 yards for a Fort Scott touchdown. The Greyhounds went for two and missed, but the HCC lead was cut to 14-6 with 7:39 to go in the period.

The Hutchinson response started with a five-play, 71-yard mark that took only 1 minute, 23 seconds. Bowman finished off the drive with a 29-yard touchdown reception and a 21-6 lead with 6:06 to play in the third quarter.

HCC forced a Fort Scott three-and-out and needed only two plays to dent the scoreboard again when Binn found Cross for a 30-yard touchdown strike and a 28-6 lead with 3:42 remaining in the third quarter.

Lemons connected on a 30-yard field goal with 12:45 remaining in the fourth quarter for a 31-6 Blue Dragon lead. Griffin added an 11-yard touchdown run with 2:20 to play for the final margin of victory.

The Blue Dragons will play host to Butler in a Top 10 national matchup of 2-0 teams at 7 p.m. next Saturday at Gowans Stadium. - See more at: http://www.bluedragonsports.com/news/102047#sthash.YsK9iQ8u.dpuf


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