Hayden scored early and often. The Wildcats piled up 481 yards in the game compared to 209 for Curry.
Walter Finley open the scoring on a one yard run with 8:35 remaining in the first quarter. Quarterback Tim Curry connected with Blake Adams for the two point conversion to put Hayden up 8-0.
Hayden’s defense came up with a turnover on Curry’s next possession. Adams capped the drive with a one yard run to make the score 14-0 with 4:22 remaining in the first.
Hayden’s Ben Baldwin recovered a fumble on the ensuing kick off to put the Cats in business at the 46.
Patrick Hargett got into the end zone on a one yard run for a 20-0 lead with 1:26 still remaining in the first quarter.
Hayden’s Clay Hogeland scored the next touchdown on a 2 yard run to make the score 26-0 with 6:42 to go in the first half.
Curry’s Tristan Warren ran in from 34 yards to get Curry on the board. Fernando Pascual-Miquel point after cut the lead to 26-7 with 3:40 remaining in the half.
The Cats answered in less than two minutes when Tim Curry hit Adam Payne for 30 yards and a score for a 33-7 lead with just over two minutes left in the first half.
Hayden took the second half kick off and drove 60 yards for the score. Curry carried in from 1 yard for the score and a 40-7 lead with 6:37 in the third.
Hargett added the next score from three yards outs to make the score 47-7 with 11:55 remaining in the game.
Curry’s Warren got his second TD of the night on a 7 yard run. After a Hayden fumble on the kick off, Curry would score again, this time Eric Niles ran in from 10 yards out. The score was 47-19 with 6:53 to go.
Leonard Johnson put Hayden up 54-19 with 5:47 remaining with a rushing touchdown. Curry’s Westbrook got into the end zone on a 1 yard run with just over three minutes to go and Curry’s Trew Woodley hit Chath Morgan on a 10-yard score with 56 remaining for the final score.
The Yellow Jackets have now dropped 18 straight region games dating back to the 2011 football season.
Curry (1-8, 0-7) hosts Cordova in next week’s season finale, looking to end an 8-game losing streak. The Yellow Jackets’ only two wins over the last two seasons have come against Carbon Hill.