Hillsboro-Deering-Hopkinton runs for 320 yards in 50-19 win vs. John Stark

  • ABOVE: Jack Morrall runs for a 38-yard touchdown for Hillsboro-Deering-Hopkinton during the first quarter of Saturday’s game in Hopkinton against John Stark. Morrall finished with 170 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries as the Redhawks improved to 2-1 with a 50-19 win. BELOW: HDH’s Dylan Barrett rushes for a 19-yard touchdown. JEFF SULLIVAN photos / sullivaneventphotography.com

  • Jack Morrall runs for a 38-yard touchdown for Hillsboro-Deering-Hopkinton during the first quarter of Saturday’s game in Hopkinton against John Stark. Morrall finished with 170 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries as the Redhawks improved to 2-1 with a 50-19 win. JEFF SULLIVAN / sullivaneventphotography.com

  • Dylan Barrett runs for a 19-yard touchdown for Hillsboro-Deering-Hopkinton during the second quarter of Saturday’s game in Hopkinton against John Stark. Barrett finished with 91 yards on eight carries as the Redhawks improved to 2-1 with a 50-19 win. JEFF SULLIVAN / sullivaneventphotography.com

  • Eli Tanuvasa returns a kickoff 74 yards for a touchdown for Hillsboro-Deering-Hopkinton during the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game in Hopkinton against John Stark. Tanuvasa also carried the ball seven tiems for 63 yards and a touchdown as the Redhawks improved to 2-1 with a 50-19 win. JEFF SULLIVAN / sullivaneventphotography.com

Monitor staff
Published: 10/11/2020 4:21:07 PM
Modified: 10/11/2020 4:20:56 PM

The Hillsboro-Deering-Hopkinton football team ran wild on Saturday against John Stark, pounding out 320 yards on the ground. About half of those yards belonged to Jack Morrall.

The junior had 170 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries as the Redhawks rolled to a 50-19 win in Hopkinton.

Dylan Barrett (eight carries, 91 yards, two TD), Eli Tanuvasa (seven carries, 63 yards, TD) and Mike Oberheim (4-for-5 passing, 64 yards) were also part of the 50-point afternoon for the Redhawks in their home opener.

“The offense played well as a unit,” HDH coach Jay Wood said.

Tanuvasa opened the scoring with a 30-yard touchdown run. Morrall added a 38-yard scoring run and two 2-point conversions in the first quarter and the Redhawks had a 16-0 lead after one.

The Generals (0-3) answered with a 34-yard touchdown pass early in the second quarter, but HDH countered with touchdown runs from Barrett and Morrall and took a 28-13 lead into halftime after Stark finished the high-scoring quarter with another long touchdown pass.

A 30-yard touchdown run from Barrett and the 2-point conversion run from Tanuvasa, were the only points of the third. Morrall pushed the lead to 44-13 when he scored from 40 yards out before the Generals ran one in from the 1-yard line. Tanuvasa returned the ensuing kickoff 74 yards for the final points.

Morrall and Jonathon McMahon (sack) both finished with a team-high nine tackles for HDH. Alex Brown had seven tackles, including two for a loss.

FOOTBALL

Bow 48, Kingswood 7

Key players: Bow – Ryan Lover (2 TDs), Andrew Bliss (TD), Cooper Larrabee (TD catch), Alex Boisvert (TD pass), Justin Filteau (TD), Evan Provost (TD), Nick Aubrey (TD)

Highlights: Bliss opened the scoring on Saturday with a 35-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. that was followed by one of Lover’s two touchdowns and a 25-yard scoring play through the air from Boisvert to Larrabee as the Falcons opened up a 20-0 lead after one. Filteau scored on his 18th birthday, Provost’s touchdown was his first of the season and the Knights didn’t score until late in the fourth to break up Bow’s shutout.

Coach’s quote: “Another solid victory with all players contributing made for a memorable October holiday weekend game. I am very pleased by our success thus far. But, as always, we will not rest on our proverbial laurels; preparation commences for our next opponent on the road.” – Bow’s Paul Cohen

Records: Bow 3-0; Kingswood 0-2

Raymond 46, Bishop Brady 28

Key players: Bishop Brady – Jerome Donohue (3 TD catches), Matt Wiley (3 TD passes), Connor Treybig (TD run, 2-point conversion run)

Highlights: Donohue scored on an 83 yard pass from Wiley to give the Giants their first lead of the season (15-14) early in the third quarter after the Rams took a 14-8 halftime lead, but Raymond scored back-to-back touchdowns to go up 30-15 in the third and held on for the win.

Records: Raymond 1-0; Bishop Brady 0-3

Goffstown 35, Concord 0

Highlights: The Grizzlies led 14-0 at halftime and built on the lead in the second half.

Records: Goffstown 3-0; Concord 0-3

Boys' Cross Country

Coe-Brown 22, Concord 37

Key players: Coe-Brown – Aidan Cox (1st, 15:59), Luke Tkaczyk (2nd, 16:10), Carter Sylvester (5th), Lars Hogne (6th), Wyatt Mackey (8th) Concord – Eben Bragg (3rd, 16:22), Brayden Kearns (4th, 16:30), Sam Hilts (7th), Zachary Hooper (11th), John Murphy (12th)

Highlights: The Bears defeated the Tide for the second time this season in another matchup between the two top-ranked teams in the state.

Girls' Cross Country

Coe-Brown 19, Concord 39

Key players: Coe-Brown – Addison Cox (1st, 18:53), Mallory Taylor (2nd, 20:23), Sheldyn Fisher (4th), Bella Lemay (5th), Samantha Lemay (7th) Concord – Katherine Kennedy (3rd, 20:30), Katie Watt (6th), Alina Pincoske (9th), Sophie Hopkins (10th), Alexis Christie (11th)

Highlights: Cox won on her home course by a minute and a half, leading the No. 1 Bears to a victory over the No. 2 Tide for the second time this season.




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