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Hillsborough 37, Freedom 0
By Peter Pupello
Published October 7, 2007
TAMPA — Hillsborough again was outstanding, defeating Freedom 37-0 Saturday to remain undefeated.
Both the Terriers and Patriots got off to a slow start Friday as the first quarter ended in a scoreless deadlock. Once the Terriers opened scoring in the second quarter on Marc Thomas’ 30-yard touchdown run, they were relentless in their pursuit of points. As halftime approached, Lindsey Lamar tacked on another six points by sprinting 20 yards just before the rain suspended play.
As the game resumed Saturday, Hillsborough continued right where it left off. Neither the inclement weather nor the Freedom defense could put a damper on the Terriers’ juggernaut offense. Tarean Austin threw two touchdowns to Colby Walden and Iziah Wyche to give Hillsborough a 30-0 fourth quarter lead.
"I came out and executed pretty good. I had to concentrate and keep the lead to give our team the win," Austin said.
Running back Rodney Johnson also contributed a 27-yard touchdown run to seal the victory. The performance by Hillsborough’s defense matched that of its offense. Though Freedom’s Kari Gallespie had a good game rushing for 81 yards on 20 carries, the Terriers held their opponent scoreless — something they’ve done four times this season.