Hudson Valley Sports Report


Spartans Win Second Straight Behind Backup QB

DOVER PLAINS – Anthony Hoyt is turning out to be quite the backup, and we use that term loosely given his performances.

After stepping in at quarterback for the injured Dan Collins, Hoyt guided the Spartans to their first victory last week.

Make it 2-for-2.

Hoyt accounted for more than 300 total yards on Friday as Spackenkill rolled past Dover, 46-24, in an Eight-Man Footbsall League game.

Both teams are now 2-2.
Hoyt completed 11 of 17 passes for 200 yards and four touchdowns, and also rushed for 120 yards and a score to guide the offense.

Hunter Gent was the other cog in the Spack Attack, rushing for 179 yards on just 14 carries with two touchdowns.
Kole Dominick led the defensive effort with 12 tackles, three of them for losses.

“The kids are working really hard and everything is coming together,” first-year Spackenkill coach Josh Riley said. “We’re on a good track but we still aren’t where we want to be, and the kids know that. We’re very excited to be where we’re at though.”

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