|The Vikings picked up seven quarterback
sacks, stopped Williams College behind the line of scrimmage 11 times
for a total loss of 62 yards, and held the Ephs to 34 rushing yards on
Hudson Valley is now 4-0 (3-0 in Northeast Football Conference play). Williams College's JV team, a non-league opponent that includes players from the four-year school's varsity roster, is 1-1.
Linebacker Shadee Davis (New Brunswick H.S.) put the Vikings on the board just 10 seconds into the second quarter, sacking Williams College quarterback Mike Keenan for a safety. Davis finished the game with 2.5 sacks. Paul Haynes (Hudson H.S.) added two sacks. He also helped hold Williams College on the Hudson Valley one-yard line on the final two plays of the first half, preserving a 9-0 Hudson Valley lead before the teams headed toward the locker rooms.
While Hudson Valley's defense was stingy, Derrick Dyer (John Marshall H.S.), an all-NFC player in 2000, contributed five receptions for 113 yards. Justin Kastner (Hudson H.S.) hit him with a 47-yard scoring strike in the second quarter and Dylan Cooper (Saratoga H.S.) added a 3-yard scoring pass in the fourth quarter. Dyer has six touchdowns in 2001. Maceo Clinton (William Floyd H.S.) rushed for a game-high 61 yards and scored from 13 yards out. Fullback Tennell Savage (Notre Dame H.S.) rushed for 48 yards and had a 23-yard reception.
Hudson Valley plays at Erie Community College at 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 6.
HVCC Hits the Sack vs. Williams JV
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