Hallandale High went back home with the Bob Wood Memorial trophy after defeating South Broward 61-0 in the Bulldogs’ home opener. The Chargers (3-0) were able to dictate the rhythm of the game and overcame an early turnover to dominate.
Quarteback Tyler Huntley threw for 132 yards and three touchdowns. Two of those passes went to Bernard Scott, and Nshaka Neru contributed with a touchdown reception as well as 30-yard run.
Taj McGowan led all rushers with 112 yards and two touchdowns, and Rodney Holmes and Jerome Lindo also scored. Shawn Parker led Hallandale’s defense with a fumble recovery and he also scored off a 90-yard interception in the first half.
The Bulldogs (0-3) were led by Kris Thomas, who gained 23 yards.
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Hallandale will host Coral Springs next Friday while South Broward will open their District 7A-15 campaign, hosting Hollywood Hills.