The Raiders struck early and often as Brooklyn could not get on track early in the game. A fumble and two interceptions gave the host a 21-0 lead in less than three minutes of play.
Junior Jordan McKeever "took it to the house" on the next return with a 80 yard touch down run up the Hurricane sideline. Josh Gentile banged in the extra point to pull the Canes to within 14.
That joy was short lived, as the playoff bound Raiders took advantage of more turnovers and built a 49-7 halftime lead. Kenny Squires rushed for 100 yards for the first time this season and provided a touchdown. Deric Martin connected with McKeever on an 18 yard scoring pass.
Freshman Andy Winceick scored his first point of his Hurricane career by blasting an extra point late in the game. Defesively, the blue and gold were led bySenior Andrew Grose, Sophomore Gilbert Diaz, and Junior Kenny Squires. Dennis Clark added a sack, while Sophomore Austin Guder and Senior Brandon DeJesus had fumble recoveries. The Hurricanes return home this week to the corner of Roadoan and Hurricane Alley to take on Clearview.