Hickory’s signal caller Matt Voytik threw for over 300 yards and ran for another 150-plus as the Hornets rolled past Sharon, 38-7. The victory extended Hickory’s win streak to four-games as they stay unbeaten away from Hermitage (3-0).
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Voytik completed a 62-yard touchdown score to DeQuan Lewis to give Hickory a 14-7 lead heading into halftime. To begin the scoring in the second half, Voytik plunged in from a yard out. Jordan Wombacher kicked a 27-yard field goal to extend the advantage to 17-points (24-7). From there, Lou Derloni (12-yards) and DeQuan Lewis (59-yards) both had touchdown runs to finish off the Tigers at 38-7.
Sharon (3-3) had lost their first two games of the year by 12 and 5 points respectively. The Tigers are now 1-3 this season at home.
Hickory has now won the past 3 games by a combined score of 130-14. The previous six meetings were won by the Tigers.
Next up for Sharon is a homecoming match up against West Middlesex. The game will be a contest between the mentor and his pupil. Jim Wildman coached Ed Roberson in the mid-90s. Hickory will play at Farrell.