Hawks chase Colts out of town in big win

With win, Hawks move into first place in Section 1

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Hawks chase Colts out of town in big win

Nathan Currie holds off a Colt to allow Jehvonn Lewis to gain some yards in the Hawks game vs. Char Valley Friday, Oct. 5

Nathan Currie holds off a Colt to allow Jehvonn Lewis to gain some yards in the Hawks game vs. Char Valley Friday, Oct. 5

Katie Crooks

Nathan Currie holds off a Colt to allow Jehvonn Lewis to gain some yards in the Hawks game vs. Char Valley Friday, Oct. 5

Katie Crooks

Katie Crooks

Nathan Currie holds off a Colt to allow Jehvonn Lewis to gain some yards in the Hawks game vs. Char Valley Friday, Oct. 5

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On Friday, Oct. 5, the Hawks hosted Chartiers Valley in a conference matchup. The Hawks came out on top 32-6.

The start of the game was slow, as both teams went four and out on their first drives.

The Hawks defense forced the Colts to punt for the second time in the first four minutes of the game.

Following, after a 6-minute drive, the Hawks settled for a John Gummo field goal in the first quarter. The Colts did not see the endzone nor the upright until late in the fourth quarter.

The Hawks had the ball on the 35-yard line to start the second quarter. They then drove down the field and Jack Evans topped off the job with a 1-yard wedge run. On the fake PAT, Will Patrizio connected with Zac Cashman for the extra two points. The score was now 11-0.

The BP defense forced CV to punt once again, and the Hawks received the ball on the 32-yard line, with a little over four minutes to go in the half. Jehvonn Lewis got to the outside for a touchdown to bring the score to 18-0 going into halftime.

The Hawks possessed the ball at the start of the first half. They drove down the field in eight plays, and Lewis finished the job with a jet sweep touchdown to extend the lead to 25-0.

The Hawk defense once again did not let the Colts past the sticks, forcing them to punt.

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The Defensive Line looks to stop the Colts’ drive

The return from Volpatti gave the Hawks great field position, starting their drive on the 45-yard line. However, the Colts gave the Hawks a taste of their own medicine, forcing BP to punt.

The Colts did drive down the field but failed to convert the fourth down on the BP 20-yard line.

The Hawks continued their drive going into the fourth quarter on the CV 41-yard line. The drive ended with a touchdown run for Volpatti from 10 yards out of the endzone. The score was now 32-0.

The Hawks would no longer see the endzone. Chartiers Valley drove down and scored to make the score 32-6. Gavin Moul gained an interception on the goal line to stop the two-point conversion.

The Hawks (4-0, 5-1) sit atop the Section 1 Class 5-A and are getting ready to go on the road against Baldwin (3-2, 4-3) Friday.

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