Von Walker had yet another record-breaking night but even with his great individual game, he was just one part of what was a great team effort.
The Wildcats made it look easy Friday night, shutting out Huntingdon 40-0.
"I thought we played well at points but we gave up a lot of yards in penalties," CM head coach Vinnie Kishbaugh said. "You can't do that because next week we're going to face a team in Central Columbia where we can't afford to play like we did tonight. If we play the way we did tonight against Central Columbia, it could be a very different outcome."
All the talk during the pregame, was how Walker had a great chace to break the Southern Clinton County career rushing record set in 1992 by Bald Eagle Nittany's Brad Gilmore. The senior needed 124 yards to tie the record.
At the half, Walker had 123.
The inevitable two yards to break the record came in the first series of the second half. Walker bursted up through the middle for 27 yards, and say hello to the new record holder.
North Penn 34, Cowanesque Valley 8
Derek Bird caught a touchdown and ran for two more as North Penn beat Cowanesque Valley. Bryce Zaparzynski opened the scoring with a 70-yard punt return for a touchdown in the first quarter.
Brandon Whitesell ruined the shutout bid with a one-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Milton 14, Shamokin 7
Jarred Fogelman's third-quarter touchdown run from 16 yards out held up as the go-ahead score as Milton beat Shamokin.
Jayson English scored for Milton in the first quarter and rushed for 87 yards.
Larry Gren scored twice in the first half and Bucktail pulled away with four touchdowns in the second half to beat Montgomery.
The Bucks held Montgomery to minus-4 yards rushing while Aaron Ransdorf ran for 129 himself.
Athens 40, Wellsboro 0
Troy Stivason kicked a 52-yard field goal and also threw a touchdown pass in shutting out Athens.
Sayre 32, Canton 21
Al Bodolus' 6-yard run with a minute left iced Sayre's win over Canton.
Tim Bassett, Wes Moore, and Eddie Larcom scored for Canton.