TAMPA — Hillsborough (4-1) had three touchdowns called back Friday night because of penalties, but that didn't sidetrack the Terriers in their 51-13 victory over Leto (0-5).
Hillsborough's offense clicked on every level. Terriers quarterback Jeremy Agrinzonis was 4-for-6 for 109 yards with three touchdowns. The Terriers also ran for 175 yards and three touchdowns, while holding the Falcons to 162 yards total.
Leto quarterback Michael Serra passed for 61 yards and a touchdown, but also threw an interception that was returned for a TD. The Falcons did surpass 100 yards on the ground, but couldn't find the end zone until their final two drives. And one of those touchdowns was set up nicely by a Hillsborough fumble at its 35.
Kyle Beckett, Times correspondent