Spring football: Hillsborough 28, Middleton 0; Blake 14, Chamberlain 13



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Fri. May 20, 2011 | Todd Foley

At Chamberlain

Hillsborough 28, Middleton 0
Blake 14, Chamberlain 13

Spring game-breakers: Hillsborough cornerback/running back Jeremiah Green was all over the place for the Terriers. He had a 17-yard touchdown run as well as a 54-yard interception return for a score. Green also made several key open-field tackles. …Hillsborough’s Armaud Herndon also had a big interception return of 63 yards for a score. …Neither team completed a pass in the first quarter of the Hillsborough-Middleton game. …The first quarter of the Blake-Chamberlain game started with a bang. The Chiefs scored right away on a 63-yard run by Xavier Johnson. Blake answered on the following kickoff when Darreon Telfair ran the kick back 99 yards for the score. …Blake running back Deandre James had a number of nice runs for the Yellow Jackets, getting to the second level several times.

Did you know? Former Buccaneers defensive lineman Chris Hovan was on the sideline as a volunteer assistant for Chamberlain. Former Bucs’ linebacker Richard Wood is also on the Chiefs’ coaching staff.

Audible 1: “Obviously I was pleased with how we played. Of course we have some stuff to work on, but no one got hurt and I was really proud of how well our defense was playing already.” — Hillsborough coach Earl Garcia

Audible 2: “I think we did a lot of good things out there tonight. We are working to get better, but we ran the ball pretty well and were able to knock some balls loose on defense.” — Blake coach Harry Hubbard


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