Hurricanes coach Matt Nardo called it an offensive barrage.
Host Bishop McLaughin jumped out to a 27-6 halftime lead and had plenty to be excited about, particularly the emergency of Jordan Betancourt and Mitch Ritter.
Nardo said Betancourt returned a pair of kickoffs, including a 60-yarder, for scores. He also said Ritter threw and ran for two touchdowns.
Giovanni Perone had the biggest day with four touchdowns.
"We took some lumps last week at Santa Fe Catholic," Nardo said. "Our kids responded well to it. They were a little down, but once we got back to work you felt everything was back on track."
Izzy Gould, Times staff writer