With a big homecoming crowd looking on, the Oneonta Redskins piled up 339 rushing yards in a 63-19 victory over Fairview last Friday night.
As Oneonta was building a 49-0 halftime lead, the Aggies were running in place against the Redskin defense. At the half, Oneonta had rushed for 268 yards and passed for 63 while Fairview had rushed for 13 yards (on 11 attempts) and passed for 48 yards.
In the first half, the Redskins got a 25-yard touchdown pass from Ko Powell to Keaton Jones, scoring runs of 2 and 33 yards from Avery Reid, a 50-yard run touchdown run from Powell, and three touchdowns from Terrell McDaniel – runs of 20 and 76 yards and a 65-yard punt return.
The Redskins got touchdowns in the second half on a 1-yard run by Jones and an 82-yard kickoff return by Rashad Roberson.
Oneonta put up 464 total yards – 339 on the ground; 125 through the air – while Fairview managed just 156 yards – 66 on the ground; 90 through the air.
Powell completed 8 of 9 passing for 118 yards and a touchdown and added 62 yards and a touchdown on just three carries.
McDaniel finished with 155 yards and two touchdowns on just eight attempts. Reid had 46 yards and a pair of touchdowns on just three carries.
Trevor Smith caught four passes for 64 yards.
Ethan Boyd led the Redskin defense with 11 tackles, while Thomas Boyd had eight tackles. Each had a sack. McDaniel had an interception.
Oneonta (6-1 overall, 5-0 in 4A Region 6) will travel to St. Clair County this week.