Hallandale 54, Hollywood Hills 21

Tyler Huntley throws four touchdowns, leads Hallandale past Hollywood Hills

 

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With both teams coming off blowout victories in their opener, it was Hallandale continuing its blazing pace with a 34-0 run en route to a 54-21 victory against Hollywood Hills at McArthur High.

Tyler Huntley threw four touchdown passes and ran for a 1-yard score as the Chargers (2-0) gained 388 total yards. Huntley completed 14 of 19 passes — to eight different receivers — for 287 yards and no interceptions.

“We’re riding on [Huntley’s] coattail this season,” Hallandale coach Dameon Jones said. “We’re going as far as he takes us.”

The defense accounted for two scores, both in the second half, with linebackers Joshua Robinson and safety John Battle scoring on interception returns of 28 and 60 yards, respectively.

“Hollywood Hills (1-1) jostled us a little, but we made the adjustments at halftime,” Jones said. “Then the big plays started coming, and getting involved with the turnovers.”

Despite its 196-84 advantage in total yardage, Hallandale managed only a 14-7 halftime lead, with both scores coming in its first two possessions.

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