The Creek Wood Red Hawks rolled past White House Heritage 34-7 on Friday night, picking up their second road victory of the season and raising their record to 4-2.
The Red Hawks got on the board immediately when Will Secker took the opening kickoff 70 yards for a touchdown, the first special team score of the season. After forcing a punt on the Patriots opening possession, Creek Wood went down the field and scored again when Sam Askins found the end zone on an 18-yard score.
Askins would add a 68-yard touchdown run in the second quarter to give the Red Hawks a 21-0 lead. The Patriots would respond, scoring on a 60-yard touchdown drive, capped by a three-yard score from Jackson Maples.
Creek Wood would strike back with Askins again as the senior scored his third touchdown, scoring from seven yards out to push the lead to 28-7. Askins was the Manhattan Trophies Player of the Game with his three touchdowns. Quarterback Mitch Duke would later score on a 21-yard run. The missed two-point conversion made the score 34-7 which would hold up until the end.
Andre Darden notched his first interception of the season for the Red Hawks in the win.
Creek Wood will hit the road to face Sycamore on Friday.