"We have a lot of guys, a lot of good backs,'' Sturm said, "who can put the ball in the end zone and can make plays happen, so that's good to hear, good to see.''
About the only highlights for Buffalo were a pair of trick-play passes featuring Brandon Buntura and a 67-yard touchdown scamper by Jordan Tucker.
Buntura, last year's backup quarterback to Levi Jordan who has since been moved to receiver, took a pair of lateral throws across the field from Smith and found Tucker with a 28-yard TD toss in the second quarter and Robinson for a 23-yard gain to the PC 11 with 10 seconds left in the first half.
That drive stopped at the Crusader 4, however, as the half ended. Buffalo earlier saw a 42-yard scoring pass from Smith to Tucker wiped out by a false start.
Smith completed 5 of 16 passes for 38 yards with one interception. Tucker ended with 99 yards on 12 carries and 48 yards on three catches.
Sawyer didn't know the severity of the injury to Hensley, a first-year player who transferred into Putnam County late last school year.
"If it's dislocated, I don't know,'' Sawyer said, "if he can come back, I don't know. It's his throwing shoulder. I don't know what the prognosis of it is, or if he's out all year.''
Reach Rick Ryan at 304-348-5175 or rickr...@wvgazette.com.