MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The Huntingdon Hawks earned its first shutout of the season on Saturday by defeating the Greensboro College Pride 71-0 in Montgomery.
Huntingdon's 71 points are the most the Hawks have scored in one game all season.
The Hawks outgained and outperformed the Pride in every aspect of the game on Saturday.
Huntingdon outgained Greensboro 525 yards to 145 and picked up 28 first downs compared to the Pride's nine first downs. The Hawks averaged 6.5 yards per play on offense while Greensboro averaged just 2.2 yards per play.
Huntingdon quarterback Luke Bailey had another great game for the Hawks, completing 17 passes on 23 attempts for 174 yards and four touchdowns.
Otis Porter and Willie Coleman were on the receiving end of most of Bailey's passes. Porter finished with 64 yards and two touchdowns on four receptions and Coleman hauled in four passes for 41 yards.
Jonathan Robinson and John Iwaniec led the Hawk's rushing attack with 12 carries each. Robinson finished with 64 yards and a touchdown and Iwaniec finished with 59 yards and a touchdown.
Dontavion Cunningham also added a rushing touchdown and finished with 55 yards on 10 carries.
The Hawks' defense held the Pride rushing attack to just 19 yards on 33 attempts for an average of 0.6 yards per carry and forced four turnovers. Greensboro's offense fumbled the ball three times and Huntingdon's Cedrick Lowe picked off a pass from Quentin Chavis, which he returned seven yards.
Huntingdon's defense recorded five sacks against the Pride for a loss of 32 yards.
The Hawks improve to 7-1 with the win and will travel to Tennessee on Nov. 5 to take on Maryville.