The Falcons (2-1) overcame a 14-3 first-quarter deficit and played a strong third quarter to pull away.
“We’ve been sitting on this bye week for two weeks,” Fivay coach Chris Taylor said. “It just took us a while to get going, to get back in the swing of it.”
After falling behind early, Fivay scored 12 points to take a 15-14 halftime lead. Then it put its third-quarter struggles behind it to ease ahead for good.
Eric Vitale threw three touchdown passes — two to Trenton Soto and another to Christian Coleman — boosting his season total to seven.
Davion Sutton rushed for two touchdowns and, alongside Christian Breviario, led a solid defensive effort.
Fivay continues its non-district play next week against Anclote.