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Football: Pasco 70, Hudson 0

HUDSON — Jacob Guy and Pasco's passing attack proved to be too much for Hudson, as the Pirates rolled to a 70-0 victory Friday.

The Pirates (7-0, 4-0) scored touchdowns on all 10 of their possessions.

The first score came on Pasco's second play from scrimmage when Guy connected with Trey Dudley-Giles from 33 yards out. Dudley-Giles finished with four catches for 140 yards and two touchdowns.

The Cobras' next possession came to an abrupt end after they fumbled, giving the Pirates the ball on Hudson's 34.

On the next play Janarion Grant took the ball out to the right side and scored, giving the Pirates a 14-0 lead six minutes into the game.

After a three and out by Hudson (0-6, 0-4), Pasco running back David Emmanuel ran in from 2 yards to extend the lead to 21-0. He had an 8-yard score with just less than three minutes remaining in the half, making the score at halftime 49-0.

In the first half Guy also had a 10-yard score to Grant, a 65-yarder to Dudley-Giles and another to Grant for 59 yards.

Guy finished 12-for-13 for 264 yards and four touchdowns with no interceptions.

In the second half, backup running back Blake Holtzhower added two rushing touchdowns for Pasco.

With the win, Pasco coach Tom McHugh is tied with coach Ricky Thomas for second all-time in school wins with 45.

Football: Pasco 70, Hudson 0 10/14/11 [Last modified: Friday, October 14, 2011 11:19pm]
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