Matt Koenig's return has Hutch-Tech knocking on the door for a playoff spot.
The Engineers' senior captain missed three weeks with an ankle injury but was back on the All High Stadium turf Saturday afternoon, and made nine tackles in a 16-0 Harvard Cup victory over South Park.
Charles Lecounte carried 13 times for 100 yards and a touchdown and Chris Gyzl carried 11 times for 34 yards and a score, and completed 3 of 8 passes for 53 more yards.
Hutch Tech (4-4 overall, 4-3 in Harvard Cup) will finish its regular season Saturday against Grover Cleveland (6-2, 5-2). The winner most likely will join the four-team playoff field.
Frontier 33, Lockport 19: Alex Zak carried 30 times for 175 yards and five touchdowns for the Falcons (7-3) in Class AA. Marcus Davis scored three times for the Lions (6-4).
Kenmore East 33, West Seneca East 10: The Bulldogs closed the season with a flourish, winning their fifth straight game to finish 6-4. Kenmore East outscored its final three foes, 73-18. Quarterback Jon Anthony Wiltberger was 7 for 13 for 118 yards and two touchdowns in the Class A game. Kevin Wagner had four catches for 83 yards and two scores while Corey Martin and Brian McGowan each had 10 tackles. Andy Pangalo passed completed 15 of 25 passes for 107 yards and rushed 13 times for 91 yards for the Trojans (4-6).
Southwestern 14, Lackawanna 6: Sean Uber made 10 tackles and Tyler Scott carried 25 times for 110 yards -- giving him 1,600 this season -- to lead the Trojans (8-2) in Class B. Capone Smith scored on a 9-yard run for the Steelers (6-4).
JFK 26, Cassadaga Valley 17: Mike Bartoszek was 10 of 17 for 226 yards and three touchdowns -- two of 54 yards or longer -- as the Bears (6-4) prevailed in Class C. Aaron Schaefer had three receptions for 126 yards and two scores, plus a 50-yard interception return for a touchdown.
Pine Valley 30, Hinsdale 13: Dalton Kashmer carried 13 times for 156 yards and two TDs and made 12 tackles on defense as the Panthers (7-3) won in Class DD. David Mosher caught a pair of scoring passes and Robert Lindquist made 17 tackles to go along with an interception. Dustin Washington rushed for two second-quarter scores for the Bobcats (6-4), who took a 13-12 lead into intermission.