Jaquell Fitts' big night helped Station Camp secure its third straight victory Friday night.
Fitts carried 41 times for 223 yards, including 78 yards on 15 carries during an 11-minute second-half drive that helped the Bison knock off host Hillwood 27-7.
"That was a huge drive," said Fitts, who topped 200 yards for the second time in three games. "I was taking a lot of shots, but the offensive line was moving the pile, and I kept getting 4 and 5 yards at a time."
Station Camp (3-3) held a 13-7 lead at halftime. After both teams were held to three-and-out drives to begin the second half, the Bison executed a 21-play, 86-yard drive that took almost an entire quarter. It ended early in the fourth period with Fitts' 2-yard touchdown run to give the visitors a 20-7 lead.
"That was a heck of an effort," Station Camp Coach Shaun Hollinsworth said of Fitts' performance. "I can't remember having a back have that many carries, but we used to run the Wing-T, so the carries were divided a lot more."
Kasey Kammerzell hit field goals of 43 and 36 yards, and quarterback Kyle Anderton had a 1-yard touchdown run in the first half to give Station Camp to a 13-7 lead. Decorey Miller's 2-yard touchdown run kept Hillwood (3-3) in the game at the break.
The Bison dominated the second half in large part to the long scoring drive. Hillwood ran just 10 plays in the final two quarters and gained just 19 yards. The Hilltoppers also threw two interceptions after halftime.
"That's the longest drive I can remember in a while," Hillwood coach Bubba Spears said. "Our kids hung in there, but Station Camp is a tough team. They controlled the ball in the second half. We made some adjustments at halftime, but we weren't able to get on the field. It's tough to score when you don't have the ball."
Fitts' 29-yard touchdown run and a pair of Austin Janco interceptions helped the Bison put the game away.
Station Camp held Hillwood to 86 yards for the game.