Kacsor, who came in as the leading rusher in the Pioneer Football League, scored Dayton's first three touchdowns on runs of 52, 11 and 63 yards. His day was over after rushing 61 yards for a touchdown 45 seconds into the third quarter. He carried the ball just 10 times. The three long touchdown runs were the first over 50 yards this season for the Flyers (5-1, 3-0).
The Flyers rolled to their fourth consecutive victory with 514 yards offense, 443 on the ground, including a fourth-quarter, 66-yard touchdown run by Kyle Sess, a converted quarterback playing his first game as a running back. Jack Adams also ran for a score.