In week two of the 2014 season, the Rockwood Summit Falcons looked to be in mid-season form with an impressive 51-0 win over the Seckman Jaguars. On a night dedicated to the late Falcon, Ryan Hummert, Summit put on a display in all three phases of the game, gaining 450 total yards during the game. The standout of the night was junior, Jordan Haliburton. Haliburton accounted for 272 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns in the first half alone; scoring on an 87 yard run, 29 yard catch, and a 75 yard punt return. The junior receiver was not the only standout for the Falcons, senior Keecie Powell rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns to help lead the rushing attack. Junior Brenden Keller was 7 for 11 for 103 yards and a touchdown, as well. The Falcon defense stood tall, limiting the Jaguars to only 170 total yards and securing the coveted shutout.
The Jaguars struggled to maintain any type of rhythm throughout the night. While they showed flashes of promise, they never could string together a scoring drive against the vaunted Summit defense. Junior Joe Ambrose carried the ball 15 times for 43 yards, and junior Garret St. John caught two passes for 56 yards. Seckman struggled to keep sophomore quarterback, Connor McCoy, upright throughout the night. The sophomore was sacked four times and was hounded throughout the night by the tenacious Falcon defense.
Both teams will return to non-conference action next Friday. Seckman will head home searching for answers before their home opener and take on Jefferson county foe, the Hillsboro Hawks (1-1). Summit will look to continue their torrid start to the season as they go on the road to take on the Parkway West Longhorns (1-1).