MONTCLAIR – Sultana had not relinquished a touchdown since the first week of the season, so it is no wonder the Montclair Cavaliers found it hard to move the ball on Friday. Stopping the run with stout defense that was too fast to the sidelines and too strong in the trenches, Sultana’s (4-1) defense forced the Cavaliers (3-2) to pass early in coming away with a 21-6 win. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 After a bad punt midway through the third by Tashawn Williams set the Sultans up at the Montclair 32, the defense stepped up. The Cavaliers stopped Dustin Hoegerl twice on QB keepers at the goal line, eventually taking over on downs at the 1-yard line. The Cavs’ defense didn’t get any help, or rest. The offense went three and out and put the defense on its heels again. This time they broke. Hoegerl found Tim Schilling on a pass in the flat and he raced to the sideline for a 36-yard score. There was a clear holding penalty on the play, but it was not seen by the official and the touchdown put the game out of reach at 21-0. The Cavaliers finally got into the endzone on the ensuing kickoff with an 82-yard, seven-play drive, culminating in a 3-yard TD by Williams. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! As a result Montclair only had 68 yards rushing and did not get into the end zone until midway through the fourth quarter with the game already out of hand. The offense was set up by senior running back Wade Holden who had 168 yards on 25 carries with one touchdown. “He’s very strong. He’s our workhorse and he knows that’s his role,” Sultans coach Zane Sweeney said.