Adrion Boyd of Summit tries to run away from a Bloomington defender during the SkyHawks' victory.  (Contributed photo by Mike Myers)

The Summit SkyHawks started their Sunkist League football season impressively with a 50-0 win over Bloomington on Oct. 4.

Christian McDonald completed 2 of 4 passes for 38 yards and a TD, and he also rushed 3 times for 76 yards and a touchdown to help boost Summit, which raised its record to 5-1 overall.

Marquis Roby completed 4 of 8 passes for 71 yards and ran 2 times for 9 yards.

Darrin Thomas rushed for 48 yards in 4 carries and scored 2 touchdowns, while Adrion Boyd acquired 45 yards in 5 attempts and scored a TD. Jesse Davis provided 40 yards in 2 carries.

Devean James caught a 32-yard touchdown pass and Joshua Hornsby had 2 catches for 61 yards and also had a 12-yard run from scrimmage. Other receptions were by Michael Anderson, Nayati Hendrix, and Thomas.

Nate Ellison energized the Summit fans by returning a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown.

Alberto Gutierrez kicked 5 extra points and Mads Rodes kicked a 25-yard field goal.

On defense, Matthew Leyva made 5 solo tackles and 5 assists. Jesse Bradberry had 5 tackles and 2 assists, Donovan Connor had 3 tackles and 4 assists, and Devean James had 2 tackles and 5 assists. Connor had a sack. Bradberry and James each had 3 tackles for loss, and Ellison, Eric McCraney III, Leyva, Frank Ruiz, and Marcellus Mason all had 1 tackle for loss.

James recovered a fumble that was caused by Sean Badibanga.

Summit will travel to Colton for its next game on Friday, Oct. 11.

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