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HUDSON - Hudson shocked everyone when it recovered an onside kick to open the game. It pretty much went downhill from there.
Wesley Chapel scored on eight of its final nine possessions of the first half for a 45-8 rout at Cobra Stadium.
Wildcats running back Mario Melvin rushed eight times for 154 yards and two touchdowns playing just the first quarter and one series in the second.
Melvin gave Wesley Chapel (2-0) a 10-0 lead after he whipped around quarterback Greg Jenkins, taking the handoff 27 yards through a field of defenders for the score. He squirted through on the Wildcats' next possession untouched for a 21-yard touchdown and a 17-0 lead, crediting his offensive line.
"They actually did a good job," Melvin said. "They came through tonight. They did good. The holes were big."
Jenkins was 4-of-5 passing for 134 yards and three touchdowns. He hit Michael Alvin on identical fade routes for touchdowns of 25 and 28 yards, including a one-handed grab to give Wesley Chapel its final score.
"Greg's getting better each game," Wesley Chapel coach John Castelamare said. "He's getting to be a better leader."
This wasn't purely a whipping for Hudson (1-1). Cobras coach Mark Nash huddled his players knowing there would be better days ahead.
Freshman quarterback Zack Wynn hung in, going 11-of-23 passing for 113 yards and an interception and earning the respect of Castelamare. And Jake McFadden rushed for 71 yards on 12 carries, including an 8-yard score in the second quarter.
"I'm never going to take the fight out of the team," Nash said. "We're going to fight to the end."