Stewarts Creek capped off homecoming week with a 35-6 win over Antioch on Friday.
For their third win in four games the Red Hawks (4-2) relied on their stingy defense and countless mishaps by the Bears (0-5).
The Red Hawks held the Bears to 141 yards of offense and forced four turnovers, three in the first half, including a 28-yard pick six by Darius Burns that gave the team an early 14-0 edge in the first quarter.
The offense didn’t make the game any easier, coughing up three turnovers, including a fumble in the red zone with 40 seconds left in the first half.
The Red Hawks struggled through the air, switching between quarterbacks Chris Dye (2-of-7 14 yards, 1 INT) and Ryan Haraway (1-of-3, 15 yards) and were forced to rely on a committee of tailbacks to generate offense.
Zach Long led the way with 17 carries for 98 yards and three touchdowns. Kayshawn Walker and Tre Bailez also contributed as the Red Hawks gained 264 rushing yards.
Long brook loose for two touchdowns in second half.
The Bears finally got on the board early in the fourth quarter when Noah Scales (2-of-7, 59 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT) found Tycari Butler for a 35-yard strike along the sideline.