TAMPA — Hillsborough (5-2) had 305 total yards of offense on homecoming night in routing Blake (2-4). Hillsborough scored twice early in the first quarter on passing plays and never let up.
Hillsborough was led by quarterback Jeremy Agrinzonis, who went 7-for-18 for 110 yards and three touchdowns. Agrinzonis' favorite target was Charles Lovett, who left the game with an apparent injury after the first quarter, in which he had three catches for 61 yards and two touchdowns.
Tim Randolph scored on a 9-yard run in the third quarter as Hillsborough extended its lead to 28-0.
The Terriers defense allowed 77 yards of offense. Blake had only three first downs in the game, and it had four turnovers.
Cason Ulmer, Times correspondent