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No. 10 Bloomfield takes care of business against Avon in 48-0 victory

AVON, October 20 – Ky’Juon Butler ran for a game-high 215 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries to lead No. 10 Bloomfield to a 48-0 victory over Avon in CCC Division III East Division play Saturday afternoon. The undefeated Warhawks had a season-high 587 all-purpose yards (rush, pass, punt returns) in the victory.

Shakur Hill ran for 42 yards and a one touchdown while Anthony Simpson scored two touchdowns – rushing three yards for one TD and catching a TD pass.

Bloomfield QB Daron Bryden completed 11 of 15 passes for 241 yards and three TD passes including two TD passes to Jayvon Massey. Kicker S. Dixon-Bodie was 6-for-6 with extra points.

“The Bloomfield coach was very complimentary (about our play) inside,” Avon coach Jeff Redman said. “(Our offensive line) did move some big people. We shot ourselves in the foot (with some mistakes) but I was really happy with with the kids. Even though it was a big score, they just outclassed us with their athletes.”

Dan Quick led the Falcons (0-6) with 84 yards rushing on 17 carries. Avon’s Kevin Mullah came close to converting on a 47 yard field goal but it was just short. It would have been a school record since the current record is 45 yards, set back in 1989. The Falcons haven’t scored in four consecutive games — a new school record.

Bloomfield 48, Avon 0
At Avon
Bloomfield (6-0)                       13  14  14  7 — 48
Avon (0-6)                                   0    0    0  0  — 0
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Bloomfield – Ky’Juon Butler 13-215, Caleb Goodinson 4-44, Shakur Hill 2-42, Anthony Simpson 1-3; Avon – Dan Quick 17-84, Jadon Folkwein 12-49, Francisco Longo 6-15, Tim Del Gallo 7-24
PASSING: Bloomfield – Daron Bryden 11-15-0, 241; Avon — none
RECEIVING: Bloomfield – Anthony Simpson 3-98, David Robinson 3-42, Jayvon Massey 3-32; Myles Davis 1-25, Denzel Patrick 1-40
RETURNS: Anthony Simpson (B) 2-30 (punt), Denzel Patrick (B) 1-16 (punt)



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