Hallandale 54, Pembroke Pines Charter 7

Huntley, Rolle lead Hallandale over Pembroke Pines Charter

 

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Hallandale quarterback Tyler Huntley threw for 99 yards and three touchdowns, and Derrelle Rolle rushed for 59 yards and two scores for the visiting Chargers in a District 15-6A matchup.

In the win, Hallandale (4-0) scored more than 50 points for the fourth consecutive game.

The Chargers used a balanced attack of the run and pass on offense in the first quarter.

Hallandale capped a 10-play drive in the quarter on an 11-yard pass from Huntley to running back Treyvon Rolle to give the Chargers a 7-0 lead.

On its second possession, a 20-yard run by Treyvon Rolle led to an 8-yard touchdown pass from Huntley to Dana Levine to put the Chargers up 14-0 at the end of the first.

Derrelle Rolle broke runs of 34 and 25 yards for touchdowns to pace the Chargers to a 34-0 lead at the break.

Pembroke Pines Charter’s run-option offense struggled to move the ball on Hallandale’s defense. The Jaguars gained three first down and lost three fumbles in the game.

The Jaguars (1-3) ended Hallandale’s shutout on 19-yard touchdown pass from Kyle Weisman to Jordan DeLeon in the fourth quarter.

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