ATHENS — Hanover Area had high hopes behind a big offensive line and senior quarterback Aaron Hummer to get their first win in 16 games.
They’ll try again next week.
The Athens Wildcats dominated on offense, defense and special teams in defeating the Hawks 38-6 on Friday.
Hanover’s only score came on a 47 yard run by running back Joseph Curcio late in the fourth quarter.
The Hawkeyes’ only other biggest threat came in the third quarter, driving to the Athens 34-yard line, but an offside penalty and two incomplete passes stopped their momentum.
Williamsport 62, Central Mountain 26
Treyson Potts’ return to the field was a big one for Williamsport.
Back from an injury that cost him his junior season, the Minnesota-bound running back carried the ball nine times in the first half and scored five touchdowns to go with 150 yards.
The Millionaires found the end zone on every possession in the first half, racking up all 62 points before the break.