Monday, September 19, 2016
Blackhawks celebrate Homecoming with victory
HINTON - It was a happy homecoming for the Blackhawks Jerseys as they easily took care of Alta-Aurelia by a final score of 49-7.
"A win Homecoming is a really fun thing for the kids and we did fairly dominant fashion," Hinton Co-head coach Bruce Held said. "We always say Homecoming is not complete without a football victory."
It did not take long for Hinton to take control of the game. On the first disc Blackhawks marched 80 yards on the ground, crowned by a touchdown pass of 42 yards to Brandon Jay Small Vondrak. For the game, Petit completed 14 of 21 passes for 204 yards and three touchdowns.
Hinton quickly got the ball as Jacob Vondrak recovered a fumble Warrior and two plays later Andrew Hasselquist was in the end zone after a pass of 27 yards to Small. Hasselquist was the leading receiver for Hinton, catching five passes for 82 yards.
The Warriors were able to maintain their next drive as Skyler Solko ran 3 yards for a touchdown. This would be the only Alta-Aurelia notation could bring together all of the game.
Blackhawks defense only allowed three touchdowns in their four games this season and has been anchored in this game Homecoming King by Daniel Bishop, who led the team with 6.5 tackles and two sacks.
Joseph Hicklin, who finished with a high of 67 yards rushing team and Brandon Vondrak added two more touchdowns before halftime to take a 28-7 lead at the break.
Held was happy with another balanced scoring effort of his team that saw three touchdowns in each race and pass game.
"I am pleased with both phases, running and passing," said Held. "I thought we did a good job. We had two protection problems that we continue to have, but I think those that become less and less. "
Little started the second half with a touchdown on a 14-yard run and Brandon Vondrak got to roll the clock constantly with his kickoff return of 71 yards with four minutes remaining in the third quarter. Vondrak finished with 225 yards with over half of those who come on special teams. He also finished with three touchdowns in the game.
The Blackhawks capped the scoring with their reserves entering the game with Wyatt Stuckey running for a score from 17 yards.
Hinton started the season 4-0, but faces the toughest part of their schedule in the next two weeks, they go on the road to play both Western Christian and West Lyon. The three teams are currently tied atop the district standings.
The Wolfpack and Blackhawks are familiar enemies with the teams met last season twice, both Blackhawk loss, their only two losses of the season.
There are not many secrets, "Held said." They know what we will do and we know what to do. It always comes back to block and attack. We just need to do a better job of it . our children must make plays when there are games to play and our defense has to play as well as they did in the playoff game of last year. "
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