Geoff Cowles/ News Danville receiver Corbin Hazen (2) runs for a touchdown on a 35-yard pass from Skyler Durbin in Friday’s Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference game against Fredericktown. The Blue Devils won, 42-7.

FREDERICKTOWN — Danville Blue Devils quarterback Skyler Durbin threw three touchdown passes to Corbin Hazen, including two in the first quarter, to go up big and cruise to a 42-7 win over the host Fredericktown Freddies in Friday night Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference football action.

“Fredericktown is always a tough place to play,” said Danville coach Ed Honabarger. “What helped us is that we jumped on them early. When you jump on someone early, you can get them out of their game plan. Our kids played a great game, especially in the first half.”

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