Two weeks ago Stamford High School football coach Bryan Hocter was concerned that his team, winners of two in a row at the time, would lose its momentum because the Black Knights' scheduled non-league game scheduled had been cancelled. Friday night at Fairfield Ludlowe's Taft Field, he realized it might have been silly to worry.

The Knights couldn't have played any better in routing the winless Falcons, 45-0.

"Yeah, I guess we still had (the momentum)," Hocter said after his 4-2 team dominated the young Falcons (0-7) in every facet of the game. Barry Boderick and brother Bryan combined for the first three scores as the Knights cruised to their third win in a row.

But, as usual, it was the Boderick Boys who made the biggest impact. Barry Boderick returned a punt 78 yards for the Knights' second score and then caught a 13-yard touchdown pass from Bryan Boderick. Bryan started the scoring on a 39-yard TD run before hitting his brother on the 13-yard scoring pass.

"They are both great athletes," Ludlowe coach Matt McCloskey said. "You can only do so much to defend against them."

Bryan Boderick ran for 70 yards and threw for 43 while Barry caught four passes for 71 yards, to go with the punt return. Both would have had more impressive numbers had they not been replaced by subs for good late in the second quarter.

"They certainly are difficult to defend," Hocter said. "They're extremely good athletes. Barry is our outside linebacker, punt returner and wide receiver. He can do almost anything, and so can Bryan. It's a real tough combination."

The Knights, however, showed that they are more than a two-man team. Chandler Foster capped the first-half scoring with a one-yard run that made it 25-0 before backup quarterback Tyler Kane stole the show in the second half. Kane went 5-for-5 passing in the second half for 77 yards (6-for-9, 105 yards), looking cool and collected.

"Kane is a nice, bright kid," Hocter said. "He's our guy next year (Bryan and Barry Boderick are seniors) and we're happy with what he did with the offense."

Jake Demetros returned the opening kick of the second half 90 yards for a score that made it 31-0. Good-looking sophomore running back Cameron Webb then scored from five yards out before Jake Bivona, the eighth Knights' back to carry the ball, rumbled 47 yards to make it 45-0.

The Falcons were unable to do anything all night, even against the Knights' second-teamers. The Falcons had two first downs, were 1-for-10 on third downs and committed three turnovers.

Ludlowe will travel to Danbury on Friday night to take on the Hatters at 6 p.m.

Danbury is 4-3 thus far this season and has won its last two contests by a combined 80-28