BATH - Hornell used a strong first half to get past Haverling 28-6 in the final of the Connors and Ferris Bowl Wednesday in Bath.

Red Raider quarterback Tyler Acton tossed three touchdowns in the first half including two to Malik Arnik.

Acton connected with Arnik on a 47-yard touchdown the first play of the game to jump out to a 6-0 lead.

A few drives later, Acton found Jackson White for a 67-yard touchdown that put the Red Raiders up two scores.

Hornell added two more scores in the second quarter on an 18-yard touchdown run up the middle from Dorion Bowles followed by a 47-yard touchdown to Arnik from Acton the next Red Raiders offensive possession.

Haverling entered Hornell territory in the first half, but wasn’t able to break through for a touchdown.

"Hornell had some big TD pass plays in the first quarter that put them on top early," Haverling head coach Matt Ford said. "Being down 28-0 at halftime, our players were reminded they only have 24 minutes of football left for the season. For the seniors, this is it. I couldn’t be more proud of the way our team responded and came together to play a great second half of football."

The Rams finally broke through in the second half when Damien Hall scored on a 7-yard run with four minutes left in the fourth quarter.

"Our players continued to fight hard in the second half and it felt great to get one in the endzone following a big 37 run by Adams to get us near the goal line," said Ford.

Hall had 93 yards on 14 carries and Adams led the Rams on the ground with 27 carries for 185 yards.

Blake Palmer had a sack and a forced fumble for Haverling.

Haverling finishes its season 3-6.