Waterville remains unbeaten with a win over Hamilton
By JASON POWLES
WATERVILLE, N.Y. (WKTV) - The Waterville Indians are a team on a mission and injuries are not slowing them down. Despite starting their backup quarterback and losing their fullback for the season, Waterville improved to 4-0 with a 35-9 win over Hamilton on Friday night.
Donnie March did not start due to a sprained ankle he suffered during the week. Pat Zenon got the start under center and ran the offense very well. He was 6-7 for 95 yards and a touchdown pass. However, he didn't have to pass when his team ran the ball so well. The Indians racked up 258 yards on the ground, 146 of them by Erik Miller who also scored two touchdowns. Dave Reynolds added 92 yards on the ground with a touchdown.
Fullback Garth Curtis, who scored the first touchdown of the game, later broke both bones in his leg and will be out for the rest of the season.
In the loss, Hamilton drops to 1-3.