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Football: Sunlake 48, Hudson 0

SUNLAKE — If Sunlake's 57-point outburst in the preseason last week wasn't enough to convince onlookers that new quarterback Cameron Stoltz and this high-powered offense is for real, the Seahawks carried that momentum into Friday night's opener.

Sunlake shut out Hudson convincingly 48-0 behind the first-half firepower of Stoltz and tailback Rashaud Daniels.

The senior field general tossed four touchdowns before going to the locker room 8-of-8 for 215 yards through the air. He also ran in for another score from 1 yard out. Daniels caught two of his touchdowns (46, 43). Wide receiver Jamal Jones hauled in the other two (59, 14).

Defensively, the Seahawks (1-0) also showed they could be stout against an admittedly rebuilding Hudson program.

Although the Cobras (0-1) tried different ways to move the ball against Sunlake, the advantage in total yards was 304-17 Seahawks at the half.

With the running clock in full effect, the Seahawks added on one more score from Matt Watson from 20 yards out to seal the win.

Derek J. LaRiviere, Times correspondent

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Football: Sunlake 48, Hudson 0 09/02/11 [Last modified: Friday, September 2, 2011 11:03pm]
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