HUDSON — The season didn’t start fast for Fivay, but the Falcons are finding their stride at the right time. The team was no more potent than Friday against rival Hudson.
In an effort to prove it is still a major contender for the postseason, Fivay dominated Hudson 46-3 on the shoulders of breakout star Davion Sutton.
Sutton carried the ball 25 times for a school-record 244 yards and three touchdowns. It was Sutton’s second 200-yard rushing game this season, giving him 799 yards and 11 touchdowns through five games. Fivay (4-1) has bounced back since its shutout loss to
Springstead one month ago with its junior tailback averaging 212 yards per game since then.
Despite the loss, Hudson (1-4) seems to have found a workhorse running back in Noah Siegrist. The junior had 80 yards on only seven carries at the half, including a 71-yard run in the first quarter that eventually set up the Cobras’ only points, a 32-yard field goal from Nathan Binder.