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HUNTINGDON (September 6) — The Huntingdon Mustangs earned their third dominating win in as many contests in this early season as they won 56-14 over the Hollow Rock-Bruceton …
HUNTINGDON (September 6) — The Huntingdon Mustangs earned their third dominating win in as many contests in this early season as they won 56-14 over the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Tigers.
Huntingdon’s Devin McClerkin ran back the opening kickoff for the first points of the game. Brandon Lawton added the two-point conversion for an early lead of 8-0.
Huntingdon, just as in earlier contests, scored often in the contest, running up a 50 to 0 score by half. The second half was filled with substitute players, who earned valuable playing time.
Hunter Ensley’s pass to Brandon Lawton earned a TD at the 8:49 mark. Ensley punched in a three-yard rush for a TD at the 3:44 mark, and Lawton added a TD with 39 seconds remaining in the first quarter.
Malek Cannon added at TD at the 9:46 mark in the second quarter and Austin Baker added the two-poimt conversion. Then Cannon had a pick 6 of a Tigers’ pass to at the 6:46 mark in the second quarter.
Konner Pearson added the two-point conversion. Lawton added the final TD and two-point conversion of the first half for a score of 50-0.
The Tigers added points of their own in the second half. In a tenacious effort, Brayden Fyre added a TD on a pass reception and Mason Binkley added the point-after kick for seven points.
Jacob Robertson added six for the final score for the Mustangs.
Tigers’ QB Mason Binkley added the final TD and PAT to make the final score 56-14.
Huntingdon plays Camden Friday night at Paul Ward Stadium. Hollow Rock-Bruceton has a bye week.